California governor blames Texas for California’s policies that caused the homeless crisis.

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    Sounds like something JoeyB Dolezal would come up with. Perhaps they’re related?
     
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    Not when you dont work.
     
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    that is why California needs to pioneer equal protection of the law for adults who are merely unemployed in our at-will employment States.
     
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    Last road trip I did was from Minnesota back to Cali, went through Colorado and spent time camping in Utah and Yosemite. Utah was unbelievable. Yellowstone and Wyoming are next on my list.

    Big sur and Carmel haven’t changed much since the 70s except for the cost of living is insane. Still beautiful place to live though
     
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    Jesus Christ... Democrats cannot accept responsibility for ANYTHING.

    How about the rampant homelessness in Seattle or Portland? Is that Texas' fault too?
     
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    it shouldn't matter. we are part of the Union, now. we should be faithful to our State motto.
     
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    I'd put you on ignore if it wasnt for your hilarious posts..:auiqs.jpg:
     
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    i never realized equal protection of State law was that funny.
     
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    There you go again!!!:auiqs.jpg:
     
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    Guess I should have seen those areas then. Napa valley was ok. But (the only way I can put it) it seemed a bit like a theme park.

    Colorado has some very nice areas but seems like a large number of figured out the nice areas. Wife liked Canyonland but like me was mostly unimpressed with Utah. Love the area between Denver and Grand Junction but when you come into Utah it is kind of a let down.
     

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