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- Jun 12, 2010
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- Kannapolis, N.C.
provide the definition of NANNY STATE, please.Maybe in right wing fantasy. Right wingers complain more.the only nanny states in America are leftists controlled statesAbolish our useless nanny-State alleged wars on crime, drugs, and terror, right wingers. We don't need your nanny-State socialism on a national or international basis. We have a common Defense clause not a common Offense clause nor a general warfare clause. All of that money could have been going to upgrade infrastructure the whole time.Moron if you believe me calling Californa a nanny state was an ad hominem well moron you don't know what a nanny state isHaving nothing but ad hominems is even more, moronic.Californa is a nanny state moronI blame the right wing for their nanny-Statism while alleging they are not really like that in socialism threads.Its always about the endless increases in programs. Never ending. Hidden taxes that strangles the common citizen who tries to be civil and follow the rules while others play the "system" with no conscience and survive through stealing from others.States can't print their own money and right wing tax cut economics ensures we never have enough money. Why do right wing allege to "hate the nanny-State" but love our nanny-State alleged wars on crime, drugs, and terror?Maybe Gavan should have thought about that before he killed his economyWe need infrastructure upgrade now to also stimulate our economy!Emphasizing that California must stay at the forefront of the fight against climate change, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday issued an executive order to restrict new car sales in the state to only zero-emission vehicles by 2035 and threw his support behind a ban on the controversial use of hydraulic fracturing by oil companies. Any questions as to what Democrats want to do?
Newsom orders 2035 phaseout of gas-powered vehicles, calls for fracking ban
noun [ C ]
mainly UK disapproving
/ˌnæn.i ˈsteɪt/ US
a government that tries to give too much advice or make too many laws about how people should live their lives, especially about eating, smoking, or drinking alcohol:
The government was accused of trying to create a nanny state when it announced new guidelines on healthy eating.