The disease of Californication
Doug Patton, over at CFP, has this wondrous article about Red State Governors Should Be Careful What They Wish For. As you know, these people have a very dark and dank disease of the mind in many, if not most, cases. They are infected, even if they don’t know it. Just like the ragheads that escape from their “cultural centers”, only to start bitching about our being “too free” and insisting that we must all bow to owlshit. If you want freedom of religion and all the other bullshit you were saddled with, fine, welcome to it. If. however, you continue to insist that your former way of life is the only way, that your religion is the only one, go the fuck home. You’re here, not there, and that’s not the way it is done here. Of course we know the concept of “sleeper agents”, just waiting for the word to do whatever it is they are here to do, but that’s another dimension of thought.
What Doug’s post is about is those who think they really are escaping from the leftist BS for free states like Texas, or Arizona, or Florida, or wherever, only to pollute the new state with those same entitlement programs that they left. Let me grab a quick quote:
Unfortunately, Colorado is not alone in its drift to the left. According to a 2012 Gallup Poll, one of the ten most liberal states in the country is now New Hampshire. That’s right. The “Live Free or Die!” state. So what happened? Massachusetts happened, that’s what. Residents of the Bay State, including business owners fleeing from crushing taxes and regulations, moved to New Hampshire. All was fine…for a while. New Hampshire was happy to have the business, and they welcomed their new neighbors.
Then, inevitably, election seasons began to roll around, and those self-transplants from Massachusetts began to vote for the same sort of meddling liberal politicians who had enslaved them and their businesses back home. And so, in 2012, New Hampshire helped re-elect Barack Obama and gained the dubious distinction of becoming one of the top ten most liberal states in the country.
That should give you a good idea of how the whole thing reads. Go check it out, and then come back for discussion.