[RANT] I HATE California

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by molonlabexx, Mar 19, 2014.

  1. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    Screw this POS state. From the Ares Armor raid to this

    I will not step one foot in that state, never. Granted it is beautiful, no thanks. Utah is prettier. The people there (the trendy ones) are a bunch of gun grabbing libtards who need to live back in 1776 and realize how good they have it.

    Screw California's laws and their logic. Succeed and go to Russia so you can jerk their guns away from them..



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  2. Ez2b

    Ez2b New Member

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    I feel ya brother
    this state is weird.
    And it's just going to get worse

    EZ
     

  3. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    Get out of there!!!
     
  4. manta

    manta Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Serious question, when thinking of somewhere to live is it only the firearms laws ( good or bad ) that's the most important thing. What about the climate, employment , lifestyle, etc.
     
  5. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    Liberty and freedom in general is what you should be looking out for when searching for a state.
     
  6. Eagle1803

    Eagle1803 New Member

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    CA is a L/Wing state that supports anti-gun, yet 2 thirds of the actors there will do some sort of gun movie, collect a paycheck for it and turn right around and support the Anti-gun Lobbiest in DC. they will say get the guns out of America cause they are killing our kids Then they will go make gun movies for the kids to watch.

    CA is also 54 electro votes that usually make and break a REP for the whitehouse.

    until America cleans up that scum state this nation will get worst on gun control and other issues that CA supports.
     
  7. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Depends on what floats yer boat. To me, the quality of life in a given place tends to be connected to just how much that place wants to control my life while I am there.

    And not to insult anyone's home- but right now, Urban California, New York City and Chicago would be at the very bottom of my list of places to be in the US.
     
  8. TekGreg

    TekGreg Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    When I left the Republik of Kalifornia about a decade ago, gun rights were a deciding factor. However, it's not as shallow as it sounds. Gun rights also show how a state feels about liberty. A state that does not try to disarm its citizens are not afraid of their citizens. Also, their business models in general do not try to tax small business and entrepreneurial enterprise to death to pay for their social programs. And if they are not taxing you to death, they tend to be lean on social give-a-way programs that are constantly bleeding money from the working class.

    So while it sounds a bit narrow-minded, states with permissive attitudes towards guns and arming its citizenry show a general attitude towards liberty, less taxes and a pro-business model that is the only model historically proven to solve financial recession and depression. While you certainly don't want to move to a climate that is unhealthy or you just plain can't stand, it is a good idea to place 2A concerns towards the top of the list if you generally believe in a government-light lifestyle.
     
  9. orangello

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    I recently saw a teaching position in Colorado that I was really interested in, but once I saw it was in Aurora, CO, I lost all interest. I wouldn't consider living in CA, CO, CT, NY, IL, MD, or other such anti-freedom states. Luckily, most of them are also too cold for my blood.
     
  10. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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    I knew of a co-worker that had an assignment to Edwards AFB, CA and he took the retirement instead. His guns were more important than the position.
     
  11. Anna_Purna

    Anna_Purna New Member

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    Idaho. But there is bears down there, so bring your diapers! :p
     
  12. Dearhunter

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    Now tell us how you really feel!:D
     
  13. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    I know some people on the forums live there so I want to have at least a little respect. Cali is a beautiful state, but I will never go there as long as they hate our freedom and God given rights.
     
  14. ZeusEcho

    ZeusEcho Member Lifetime Supporter

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    There are too many beautiful 2A friendly states in this country for me to ever consider moving to CA, CO, CT, NY, IL, MD, or other such anti-freedom states. This is very very high on my list of deciding factors on where I do or might live in the future. I will never support anti-freedom states if I can help it!
     
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  15. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    If you cannot bear arms the rest doesn't matter because your either a serf or a victim or both.

    Freedom to choose to lead your life how you wish and be responsible for yourself is far more important than esoterics like climate employment lifestyle etc...
     
  16. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    Still kinda chilly for my taste.
     
  17. manta

    manta Well-Known Member Supporter

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    So the only thing that's important in life is being able to carry a firearm. I like having and using firearms, but it would not be my top priority in life. Apart from the right to carry firearms America has no more freedoms than a lot of other countries. American is like most other countries in practice. To a certain extent controlled by the government from the cradle to the grave. Birth certificates , driving licences , death certificate , rules and regulations , laws on most things , when you can drive , when you can drink , pay taxes, same in America as most countries. Is this thinking that Americans are somehow more free than citizens in most other countries just an illusion. As for looking after yourself do most people in most countries do that most of the time. ?
     
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  18. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    Not to be a total dick here, but this post makes you sound bitter or jealous or something.

    America does have a government, and that government does make rules for the citizens to live by. Whether those rules are more restrictive than the rules of other countries is a subjective judgment colored strongly by one's personal experiences with rule violations and authority figures and representations of such on social media.

    Personally, I feel free to do what I want most days, and some days I feel glad that I was held to a minimum responsible level of behavior by those annoying governmental rules. I am lucky in that most things I want to do don't get me in trouble with any government rules, most days.
     
  19. therewolf

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    When I was a sailor in the Navy, it seemed like

    it was a sport for the San Diego natives to rip

    off servicemen. We got treated like crap,

    by the very people who should have been

    lining up to kiss our a$$.

    I've heard it's the same in Norfolk, Va...
     
  20. Anna_Purna

    Anna_Purna New Member

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    you list CO, NY, IL and yet Idaho is kinda too chilly for your taste?

    I think its the grizz's that yer fraid of! lol ;)