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Posted by: thepinetree on 01/08/2019 06:31 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 01/08/2019 06:31 AM
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Governor Newsom’s Inaugural Address: “A California For All”

Sacramento, CA...The story of our state is the story of a dream – one that has drawn strivers and seekers here forever. It’s what brought my family to California three generations ago – the promise not just of a better life, but a bigger one, with opportunities they couldn’t find anywhere else in the world. So deep does the California Dream run in the history and character of our state that it can feel as enduring as our primeval forests or our majestic mountain ranges. But there is nothing inevitable about it. Every dream depends on the dreamers. It is up to us to renew the California Dream for a new generation. And now more than ever, it is up to us to defend it.

And thankfully we have our champion Speaker Nancy Pelosi. But there is an administration in Washington hostile to California’s values and interests.

California has always helped write America’s future. And we know the decisions we make, would be important at any time. But what we do today is even more consequential, because of what’s happening in our country. People’s lives, freedom, security, the water we drink, the air we breathe – they all hang in the balance. The country is watching us. The world is waiting on us. The future depends on us. And we will seize this moment.

California is a giant engine of commerce – the most creative and entrepreneurial in the world. We have the resources to ensure a decent standard of living for all. It’s not a question of whether we can do this, but whether we will.

At a time when so much of America is divided, we are united. Our people are big-hearted and fair-minded, when those qualities are more vital than ever. I’ve seen that again in just the past few weeks.

I visited Paradise after the fires swept through, and met people who literally lost everything they owned but were still reaching out to help others.

I went to San Diego and met volunteers providing relief to desperate migrants who others treat like criminals – like the 3-year old girl, just a year older than my youngest, at a shelter who captured my heart.

I spent time with farmers in Fresno who rise and grind before the sun comes up to feed the world.

There are everyday heroes all over our state who work hard, then come home and care for aging parents or new-born children, or who open their homes to foster kids, like my mother Tessa did. She was a single mom raising two children and working three jobs, and she still had room in her heart for more.

That’s the California I know. That’s the California I love. And that’s why I am so confident in our future.

Make no mistake, there are powerful forces arrayed against us. Not just politicians in Washington – but drug companies that gouge Californians with sky-high prices. A gun lobby willing to sacrifice the lives of our children to line their pockets. Polluters who threaten our coastline and pay-day lenders who target our most vulnerable. In other places, interests like these still have a tight grip on power. But here in California, we have the power to stand up to them – and we will.

We face serious challenges – some that have been deferred for too long. Even in a booming economy, there is a disquieting sense that things are not as predictable as they once were. That we must now run faster just to stay in place. Stagnant wages. Costs that keep rising – rent, utilities, visiting the doctor – the basics are increasingly out of reach. We face a gulf between the rich and everyone else – and it’s not just inequality of wealth, it’s inequality of opportunity. A homeless epidemic that should keep each and every one of us up at night. An achievement gap in our schools and a readiness gap that holds back millions of our kids. And too many of our children know the ache of chronic hunger. I’ve met families across the state who have to improvise where to tuck their babies in at night – making nests out of blankets on the floor, or turning dresser drawers into makeshift cradles – because they cannot afford a crib.

These aren’t merely policy problems. They are moral imperatives. So long as they persist, we are all diminished. We are all touched by the human condition – whether we ourselves are homeless or jobless, whether we ourselves can pay the bills or have safe drinking water at home. We all have our own frailties and vulnerabilities – we’re all susceptible to suffering and disaster.

So let us resolve to follow the example of rescuers and rebuilders in Paradise and Malibu and Santa Rosa and Ventura – and make sure our fellow Californians share in the compassion and empathy that connect us and make our burdens and anxieties easier to bear.

Our politics doesn’t always reward taking on the hardest problems. The results of our work may not be evident for a long time. But that cannot be our concern.

We will prepare for uncertain times ahead. We will be prudent stewards of taxpayer dollars, pay down debt, and meet our future obligations. And we will build and safeguard the largest fiscal reserve of any state in American history.

But let me be clear: We will be bold. We will aim high and we will work like hell to get there.

Here in California, we will prove that people of good faith, and firm will can still come together to achieve big things. We will offer an alternative to the corruption and incompetence in the White House. Our government will be progressive, principled, and always on the side of the people.

This will take courage. That’s a word that means different things to different people. To me, courage means doing what is right even when it is hard.

That will be the mission of our Administration. We will be a “California for all.”

We will not be divided between rural and urban or north and south or coastal and inland. We will strive for solidarity, and face our most threatening problems – together.

It is with deep faith in our state and our future that I ask you to join me in the work ahead. Let us be pioneering optimists who look to the future not with trepidation but with creativity and boundless energy. This is a time for courage – and we will rise to meet it.

Our state has been on a journey together since the worst of the Great Recession. Back then, we were $27 billion in debt. Unemployment above 12 percent. The worst credit rating of any state in our nation. Today, our economy is larger than all but four nations in the world. We’ve created nearly 3 million jobs and put away billions for a rainy day.

Where Washington failed on the epochal challenge of climate change, California led, extending our cap-and-trade system and setting bold targets for lowering greenhouse gas emissions, then beating them.

So much of this progress has happened under the leadership of Governor Jerry Brown. It has been an honor to serve with him these past eight years – and to learn from him, not just as his Lieutenant Governor, but throughout my lifetime.

When Jerry last took the oath of office, he reflected on a parable from the Sermon on the Mount. It tells of a foolish man who built his house on sand. A storm washed it away. But a wise man sought a sounder foundation. And when the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on the house he built, it did not fall. “For it was founded upon a rock.” For eight years, California has built a foundation of rock. Our job now is not to rest on that foundation. It is to build our house upon it.

Now more than ever, we Californians know how much a house matters – as so many of our neighbors have lost theirs. Together, let us build a house stronger than the coming storms, yet open to the world. A house that provides shelter to all who need it and sanctuary to all who seek it — where opportunity abounds for all who will work for it. A true California house, sun-kissed, dream-soaked, and built with the sweat of honest work. We will not have one house for the rich and one for the poor, or one for the native-born and one for the rest. We will build one house for one California.

Because what is a house but a home. And California is our home.

In our home, every child should be loved, fed, and safe. My wife Jennifer and I have four children, and there is nothing more important to us than giving them a good and happy life. But all kids – not just the children of a governor and a filmmaker – should have a good life in California…. Not ripped away from their parents at the border… Not left hungry while politicians seek to pour billions into a wall that should never be built. We will support parents so they can give their kids the love and care they need, especially in those critical early years when so much development occurs.

In our home, no one should live in constant fear of eviction or spend their whole paycheck to keep a roof overhead. We will launch a Marshall Plan for affordable housing and lift up the fight against homelessness from a local matter to a state-wide mission.

In our home, every person should have access to quality, affordable health care. Far-away judges and politicians may try to turn back our progress. But we will never waver in our pursuit of guaranteed health care for all Californians. We will use both our market power and our moral power to demand fairer prices for prescription drugs. We will stop stigmatizing mental health and start supporting it. And in California we will always protect a woman’s right to choose.

In our home, we believe in justice for all. We will defend the progress we’ve made to reform our criminal justice system. We will continue the fight against over-incarceration and over-crowding in our prisons. And we will end the outrage of private prisons once and for all.

In our home, working people deserve fair pay, the right to join a union, and the chance at a middle-class life for themselves and their families. We will fight not just for growth at any cost but for inclusive, sustainable growth. We will shape the future of work… and connect higher education and skills training to the next generation of middle-class jobs… because in this time of swift and unsettling change, all Californians should be able to count on a measure of security and a real shot at opportunity.

And those who dream of building something of their own – a restaurant, a bookstore, a family farm – they will get our support. Our small businesses help explain why we have one of the biggest economies on Earth.

For me this is personal. I will never forget the day I got a $20 tip bussing tables at Ramona’s restaurant in San Rafael. I was 16 years old. Trust me, busboys don’t get tips like that. I know it sounds strange, but it changed my life. It meant that my hard work mattered and it motivated me to keep going. Eight years later, I started my own business. So I know how much hard work and sacrifice is behind every small business in this state – and how good it feels when that hard work pays off. California must never turn its back on the entrepreneurial spirit that has always defined us.

And in our home, when trouble comes, we will stand together. When fires strike or the earth shakes, we will be there for each other.

As a former mayor, I learned the wisdom of the African proverb: If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together. To my friends in the legislature, Democrats and Republicans alike, I promise you an open door and an open mind. Californians didn’t send us here to bicker or sulk – they get enough of that from Washington.

And let’s not forget that it is not only in the corridors of the Capitol that change is being forged. I will partner with mayors, sheriffs, and supervisors all over this state, I know the pressures you face. I’ve been there. The only way to fix our problems is if you are empowered to lead the way.

I intend to represent all Californians, not only those who voted for me. I will be a governor for the dock worker in Long Beach, and the farm worker in Lost Hills, the small business owner in Corona, and the teacher in Compton. I recognize that many in our rural communities believe that Sacramento doesn’t care about them – doesn’t even really see them. Well, I see you. I care about you. And I will represent you with pride.

That notion – that we’re all in this together – is a powerful one. It’s also how I was raised. Some of you may know that I lost my father just before Christmas. He was a judge. Justice Bill Newsom. For him, “Justice” was more than a title. It was in his bones. He believed to his core that all people should be treated fairly and with respect. That’s always been a bedrock “California value” to me.

So 15 years ago, when I was a new mayor and I heard politicians in Washington sneering at “California values” and attacking our LGBT community, I remembered what my father taught me: “It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing.” And that’s what we did. In San Francisco, Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin, two women who had been in love for nearly 50 years, had the courage to stand up and say those two powerful words: I do. Thousands more followed in their footsteps. It took a long time, but love won.

Just like fifteen years ago, this is a time for courage. We will stand up for what’s right, and we will defend our people. My pledge to every Californian is this: no matter what comes at us, I will have your back!

If we do this right, the progress we make will never be unmade. As Cesar Chavez said, “You cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore.”

There is a story we tell about our history, from Sutter’s Mill to Steve Jobs’s garage, about how this is the place where anything is possible. This is the “coast of dreams.” And that’s true. But you shouldn’t have to find gold or make it in the movies or create a billion-dollar start-up to live the California Dream. It is for everyone.

Everyone in California should have a good job with fair pay. Every child should have a great school and a teacher who is supported and respected. Every young person should be able to go to college without crushing debt or to get the training they need to compete and succeed. And every senior should be able to retire with security and live at home with dignity. That is the California Dream. Not to get rich quick or star on the big screen, but to work hard and share in the rewards. To leave a better future for our kids.

The work we have spoken of today cannot be the job of a governor alone, or a legislature, or even the entire government. It will only be achieved if all of us share the spirit of the young DREAMer from Los Angeles I heard recently. She said: “I wasn’t born in California, but California was born in me.”

There’s a spark of California hope and California courage born in all of us. It’s up to us, what we do with it. The eyes of the world are upon us. Now more than ever, America needs California. It needs the guiding light of our values and the progress they make possible. This is where America’s future is made. This is our charge. That is our calling.

Let’s get to work. Thank you and may God bless California.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 07:22:54   By: Anonymous
California is crashing slowly.
Most of us, myself included have closed our businesses and left the state for better taxes and more freedom.
The sanctuary state mentality is dangerous and its really sad that no politician on the left or right can find middle ground, everything has to be the extreme.
Well good luck Cali. Even in my time in Arnold I saw how the laws effected that little mountain town.
The homeless are now in masse walking the streets. Crime is uptown fold, and the middle class is gone.
If you need to buy school supplies for your child, or diapers you have to leave the county but if its "welcome to the woods" decorative signs or bear light switch covers there is 15 stores in town.
A entire economy based on serving snotty people who destroyed their own towns on the coast who have come to destroy yours.

Leaving Arnold was the best thing I could have done for my family, and Its nice seeing so many doing the same.
Good luck with Gavin, your screwed!

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 07:43:42   By: Anonymous
    See Ya !!!

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      Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:06:33   By: Anonymous
      I'd like to bang Gavin.

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      Truth is poison to Liberals
      Posted on: 2019-01-09 17:35:59   By: Anonymous

      If Gavin Newsom has funds to fully fund Illegals before Fire Victims then Commiefornia does not need any Federal Funding! Seriously. He claims we have a $15 Billion Surplus of Funds but he chooses to fully fund Illegals before his own Legal Citizens. So yes I fully agree with President Trump on yanking Federal Funding! Which is the more important our own Legal Citizens in need or Illegal Immigrants?
      #NeverVoteDemocrat #NeverVoteRino
      #NeverVoteSocialist #NeverVoteLiberal
      #MAGA2020 #Trump2020 #NODACA
      #BuildTheWall #FundTheWall #VoteThemOutIn2020
      #FundBorderSecurity #NoGlobalism

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 07:45:57   By: Anonymous
    Dont let the door hit you in the ass
    Glad your gone, now convince some other trailer trash Trumptards to join you

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      Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:02:53   By: Anonymous

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        Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:04:42   By: Anonymous

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          Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:06:27   By: Anonymous

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            Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:42:12   By: Anonymous

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              Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:45:32   By: Anonymous

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        Re: Profanity
        Posted on: 2019-01-08 11:50:13   By: Anonymous
        Word has it, Trump wants to purchase Mexico and make it part of the United States. Great idea,then, we'll have an extension to southern California. Texas will send the migrants to our boarder in El sengundo. If he don't win, he'll join them. Time will tell.

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    Re: Nice tone?
    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:06:01   By: Anonymous
    It's encouraging to hear optimism. I wish there was some optimism regarding Newsome and President Trump. Newsome clearly has only disdain for the GOP and President Trump and only cites the left as being right. "Any Twosome Newsome" is headed in the wrong direction and his first address to the people of California is scary liberal at best.

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      Re: Nice tone?
      Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:13:00   By: Anonymous
      Gavin how's Jessica?

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:06:29   By: Anonymous
    Amen! We are also getting out while we can. The Commiecrats are handing this once shining state over to drug cartels, sex perverts, and illegal Mexican border hoppers. Get your wallets out for all the new and expanded welfare programs for the Mexican and central American invaders. The Makers are leaving, the Takers will soon be left with no one else to fleece. The government of Mexico knows they are right on track with their RECONQUISTA dream of taking back the lands they lost in the wars with the US.

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      Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:19:22   By: Anonymous
      Take a deep breath . Just be thankful he is a Democrat. Republicans are in a downward spiral. Thanks the those old crazy GOP lawmakers. And the completely out of his mind Donald Trump.

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        Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:22:26   By: Anonymous
        Trump’s speech today will be broadcast live on Comedy Central

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          Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:31:07   By: Anonymous
          I'll be watching and wearing my MAGA hat tonight, LOSER

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            Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:50:16   By: Anonymous
            Tell that to your mom or daughter on food stamps.

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              Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:55:38   By: Anonymous
              Tell them what MAGAgain

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                Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:58:10   By: Anonymous
                Why their benefits won't be coming.

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      Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:47:03   By: Anonymous
      California will have its issues to address but I've traveled and worked in much of this country. So many are fleeing to places like Nevada or Idaho. Beautiful backdrops but a preponderance of minions who believe all that they hear on FOX News is the absolute truth and not open for discussion. The same ones that use racist slurs but won't miss a Sunday sermon. Good luck with that but don't mention your from CA or you may find your tires slashed or your home vandalized.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:41:14   By: Anonymous
    Hope your children have access to better schooling than you did.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:48:47   By: Anonymous
    The inability for both major political parties to find middle ground is a national travesty not limited to California. The current shutdown a case in point. You won't escape that by fleeing to another state.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:55:59   By: Anonymous
    That's great. Another property to be sold as a vacation property or second home with rental income potential. Lots of money to be made by contractors and real estate agents. Though it may also be you never owned a home yourself which would explain a lot.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 10:56:14   By: Anonymous

    #MAGA #USA #TrumpyBear
    This should drive the Liberals absolutely nuts!!
    Make way for "Trumpy Bear!!" Get one and send to your favorite Liberal today!! Send one to your favorite Liberal Socialist Congressmen and share the love!! Available on Amazon!! You can ship it directly to your favorite Liberal if you know their address!! Share share share share!!
    #votethemoutin2020 #nevervotedemocrat #nevervoterino
    On Facebook @trump2020electthatmferagain

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:03:42   By: Anonymous
    If leaving Arnold, and California, is so great, why do you come back via the internet to trash them? You wish you could have made it here, but you couldn't hack it so you left. Keep your bitter mouth shut back there in Davenport, and focus on where you live, not where you despondently left.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 18:59:30   By: Anonymous
    Sounds like this Arnold resident flatlander (resident-flatlander = the earlier rising flatlander the claims to be superior to the newly arriving flatlander) who wants box stores, whole fuds, Trader Joe's and Olive Garden in the woods. LOL

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    Truth is poison to Liberals
    Posted on: 2019-01-09 10:11:17   By: Anonymous

    It is quite sad being the Left thinks of themselves as so educated and smart but they fail to remember.
    People have been calling to seal the Border and Build The Wall since the 70's!! The problem has always been soft people who think it cannot happen to them. The problem has been Politicians who refuse to listen to their Constituents. The problem has been a demographic make up of Politicians who are Globalism Minded and want no Borders. The problem has been Voters allowing the Politicians to operate freely with absolutely no threats of recall or Class Action Law Suits for incompetence and misrepresentation. There are hundreds of more problems that can be named but nothing will change until the Voters decide enough is enough and they decide to vote out every Globalist and Socialist Politician in every State who is dragging everybody into the Globalist Minded Society. Globalism does NOT work. Look at Europe in shambles look at the UK and look at Venezuela!! Those regions are the future of California and this Nation unless you the Voter make a strong stand against the Liberal Progressive Socialist's now in Elected Offices in California and in all States.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:35:59   By: Anonymous
Give the guy a chance and let's see where this goes. It's not a bad thing to give medical insurance benefits to those undocumented as they're using resources already. Like those among us of all races and backgrounds, often the emergency room as a primary care physician. He also said that everyone will pay something according to their ability. There are many in Calaveras, mostly Caucasian, who have been milking our local clinics and hospital without contributing anything, making services more expensive for those already paying for insurance.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:39:53   By: Anonymous
Unlike Trump, Newsom is a true, successful business person who was not born into money. If he understands the bottom line while advocating for social programs, we might just end up better off.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:46:42   By: Anonymous

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:53:10   By: Anonymous
    Agreed, Newsom didn't have the ability to lose a million or three along the way and not worry. Nor did he ever tell a contractor after the fact the cost was too much and he wasn't going to pay. Please feel free to repost your colorful "Re" heading but you know I speak the truth.

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:56:10   By: Anonymous
    The Republicans ran California into the ground.
    Jerry Brown made a few changes, notably raised taxes a small amount, and California roared back.
    The NO Taxes Republicans closed parks, schools crumbled, then Brown changed the state. Newsome will continue sound social policies, what the Republicans, the party of NO showed they only cater to the wealthy.

    As Ca goes so America goes. As America makes the change to progressivism over Conservatism, the country will again prosper coming out of the Conservative disaster they pushed on the country thru stolen elections, tax cuts for those who didn't need them, and didn't help the 99% with jobs and investment in America.

    2020 will be a watershed for America, the politics of NO will change to YES we can. Ca did it, America can too. The people have had enough, starting with our elections, elections will reflect the will of all the people, not the voters Republicans choose to allow to vote. The Republican corruption is OVER.

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      Re: Republicans
      Posted on: 2019-01-09 04:38:37   By: Anonymous
      Why dont you get out and travel this country and see what a horrible joke ca. become. I avoid conversations about living here because of jokes and snide remarks. I have a year left on contract and after 40 yrs. Arnold I cant wait to get out here. Me, my dog and my cabin in Montana. Hope I never utter the word california again. C-YA!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:03:55   By: Anonymous
    He's from marin, he's from money.

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      Posted on: 2019-01-09 12:57:38   By: Anonymous
      Guess you didn't hang out much in Marin County.. my aunt and uncle, bunch of cousins ect. lived there during the eighties up til early 2000 and their neighborhood poor as fuk. They were poor also definitely not what you call came from money. It wasn't until way later that it became full through and through rich/living comfortable and so on. There is also government housing there, I wouldn't consider that coming from money. But hey how would you know?

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 08:54:05   By: Anonymous
Gavin does Jessica Morse really likes it in the donkey?

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    Posted on: 2019-01-08 10:02:41   By: Anonymous
    Gavin will be raising the gas tax 35%

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      Posted on: 2019-01-08 10:17:57   By: Anonymous
      Let’s hope our new Governor cares about the environment like Jerry Brown. In the Trump era , nothing but destruction

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 10:38:39   By: Anonymous
First off I nor any of my family had anything to do with the financial deal that gave California to the United States, I owe Mexico nothing or any of the Central American countries that are invading us daily! Case in point, you who believe Gavin is right, are going to wake-up someday with a knock on your door by some illegal and they are going to take your property, which most of us worked for! You think I'm kidding, you watch, going to happen sooner than later! Our court system is so corrupt they will allow this to happen and when the s---- hit's the fan your out of luck! I would challenge all of you that care, keep an eye on Gavin's attempts to ramp up the indoctrination of gay lifestyles in your kids schools, stand up to those that promote that idea, and demand to be informed by the local school districts try at making this a part of curriculum! This topic doesn't belong anywhere in th schools period!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2019-01-08 11:06:01   By: Anonymous
The Left not Trump has caused the greatest enviornmental disasters in this state! Wildfires, caused by untended forests guarded by people saving owls, opposing logical logging, and clearing of brush so that the fires could burn like you poured gasoline on the landscape are the biggest enemy to the enviornment in this state! Name one thing that could be named as an enviornmental disaster in this state, name one!

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    Re: Profanity
    Posted on: 2019-01-08 11:40:06   By: Anonymous
    Word has it, Trump wants to purchase Mexico and make it part of the United States. Great idea,then, we'll have an extension to southern California. Texas will send the migrants to our boarder in El sengundo. If he don't win, he'll join them. Time will tell.

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      Climate Change Denial Ignorance
      Posted on: 2019-01-08 11:57:16   By: Anonymous
      Some people will deny truth even when it is slapping them in the face.
      This is ignorance, or willful ignorance.
      The numbers don't lie.
      They must be denying the precipitation data - numbers.
      Maybe they believe the data is a deep state conspiracy, again ignorance.

      Deny the melting polar ice caps, loss of glaciers, long term droughts such as Australia.

      The ice core data going back 30,000 years shows no such warming as we are experiencing now.

      The facts are well proven the cause is well proven, again the ice cores also have CO2 content , the CO2 levels are the highest since 30,000 years ago.
      The CO@ comes from burning fossil fuels.

      Willful ignorance/denial is nothing to be proud of, it's just ignorance.

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        Re: Climate Change Denial Ignorance
        Posted on: 2019-01-08 12:35:47   By: Anonymous
        Another tree hugger

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          Re: Climate Change Denial Ignorance
          Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:05:56   By: Anonymous
          I hug trees too.

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        The numbers don't lie
        Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:06:38   By: Anonymous
        Yes, they do.

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          Re: The numbers don't lie
          Posted on: 2019-01-08 13:36:03   By: Anonymous
          Homosexuals and illegals will have priority with this POS Adulterer

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            Re: The numbers don't lie
            Posted on: 2019-01-08 14:59:29   By: Anonymous
            Trump’s connections to Russia are looking quite real. His fake shutdown, Trump’s Shutdown is hurting real families. Tonight he will try to change our minds on his imagration policy’s. He is trying to end DACA and remove these good families from their lives. He has zero credibility in my thinking.

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              Re: The numbers don't lie
              Posted on: 2019-01-08 17:28:41   By: Anonymous
              Yup another $200k a year business owner who employed 4-6 people in the Arnold area who sold his home and got out.

              Good thing is a bay area liberal purchased it for three times what I purchased it for.

              Let that crap hole state burn.

              The reason I enjoy watching TPTN is I LOVE, I mean LOOOOOVE to watch you liberals cry when your shacks you call cabins are broke into by the huge homeless population, illegals or trimigrants almost as much as I love watching your state burn.

              Get out while you can, the waters great back in America guys!

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                Re: The numbers don't lie
                Posted on: 2019-01-08 17:36:07   By: Anonymous
                I love the fact that anyone who leaves is trailer trash to these liberal dolts.

                I smile every time I think of the money I made selling my cabin to some bay area snob.

                But please, keep the liberals there. The distaste for left winger Californians in Idaho is real, we don't want you hear!

                The pine tree lets us watch you libs ever summer, choking in the smoke, over paying your contractors who laugh at you while ripping you off, and stumbling around while drinking horrible wine.
                Its quite entertaining actually.

                Enjoy your forest fires Gavin! Haha Losers.

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                  Re: The numbers don't lie
                  Posted on: 2019-01-08 18:51:17   By: Anonymous

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                    Re: The numbers don't lie
                    Posted on: 2019-01-08 19:23:51   By: Anonymous
                    Holy hell batman, are you retarded?

                    You write like a drunken 8 year old.

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                      Re: The numbers don't lie
                      Posted on: 2019-01-09 01:12:15   By: Anonymous
                      Yes, he is retarded.

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      Re: Profanity
      Posted on: 2019-01-09 06:00:11   By: Anonymous
      That's El Segundo (misspell)

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        Re: Profanity
        Posted on: 2019-01-09 13:45:00   By: Anonymous
        Anyone notice these trumptards cannot put together a sentence? Well, let's just hope it's the same person responding to themselves.

        Cry baby whiners=the trump supporters. Sadly blind to themselves majority rules B I T C H E S. RIDE THE BLUE WAVE "SOMEWHERES ELSES"

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