California Lunacy Spills Over

Californians are fleeing the hell hole they created, and pouring into Colorado by the hundreds of thousands. Housing costs in Fort Collins have increased by 40% just in the last year – due mainly to refugees from the People’s Republic of Kalifornia. A big part of the Demokratik Party strategy to wreck the US, is to spread their cancer into as many different organs as quickly as possible.

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45 Responses to California Lunacy Spills Over

  1. Mohatdebos says:

    We observe the same in southeast Michigan. Democratic Party rule destroyed Detroit while the Republican suburbs prospered. Now the Democrats are moving into the suburbs and bringing the same policies that destroyed Detroit with them.

  2. squid2112 says:

    My family exited Kalifornia several years ago, but they did so to flee the progressive hellhole. My Uncle and his family are about as conservative as you could be, and proudly fly their “Don’t Tread On Me” flag along with their neighbors. In their case however, they fled to the progressive hellhole of Oregon. They like it better, but they still do not like all of the liberal/progressive/commie policies, like the inability to pump your own gas for example.

  3. We left California in 1960 to get away from the smog. Upstate NY in the Adirondacks is the most beautiful place on earth. No people, clean lakes, wildlife outnumbers humans 1000 to one.


  4. emsnews says:

    Yes, upstate NY is delightful. Fall is here, came before summer ended so the trees are showing reds, yellows and orange.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I grew up in upstate New York. It is very beautiful country. However I am happy not to have to shovel snow.

      North Carolina is pretty too. Just drove Route 24-27 between Carthage and Star NC. Hardly any cars or houses, a beautiful scenic road and I didn’t even get out of the piedmont. I am situated so a couple of hours takes me to the beaches and a couple hours takes me to the mountains without the bumper to bumper traffic jams you see in New England on the weekends.

      • Ernest Bush says:

        That is why I live in Yuma, AZ. It’s cheap living compared to many other places. It is also only a few hours away from mountains and Pacific beaches. I can play in the snow on those mountains in winter, but I’m not prone to want to do that. The city is large enough to support 4 Walmarts, but rush-hour traffic lasts about 15 minutes twice a day.

  5. philjourdan says:

    Kick them out! There are still plenty of space in the interior of California.

    • Andy Oz says:

      I understand Death Valley has no democrats. They should move there.

    • mjc says:

      Problem is that most of the open space in CA is being gobbled up as ‘untouchable’ land…park, national forest, some sort of preserve, ‘wild land’ and so on…of course, all created by those same loons now fleeing…

      • there is no substitute for victory says:

        I think that it was Victor Davis Hanson, a native Kalifornian who once said “That as soon as today’s Kalifornians settle on a place to live they get busy making sure that no one else can buy a house where they just did.”

  6. Robertv says:

    Demokratik Party voters should be forbidden to leave the sinking ship.

  7. Andy DC says:

    Mark Levin recently summarized how refugees from California and New York (plus New England) have moved to red states and are now making them blue. Between that and opening our southern border, he is not at all optimistic about these elections or the future for that matter.

    How interesting that the NY and New England people are climate refugees, leaving colder places for warmer ones, despite the fact that global warming is supposedly killing us all.

  8. BobW in NC says:

    The process of metastasis is silent until destruction of the tissues and organs involved becomes massive. Then, it is often too late…

  9. SMS says:

    There is a huge influx of people from all states coming to Colorado for another reason; to smoke pot. The governor and state senate have done nothing but chase good businesses away. To make up for this financial loss, we now sell pot. And someday we will have to pay for this bad decision as the number of mental disorders increases as growers compete to increase the THC value to near deadly levels. Democrats are members of Unintended Consequences Party.

  10. I lived in Colorado from 1978 until 1995. I remember a big flux of Californians in the late 80s to mid 90s. Many of them fleeing the riots, urban wild fires, earthquakes and the lunacy of the liberal government. If California politics was that crazy back in the 90s, it must be really whacky now.

  11. JP says:

    Progressives just go from city to city, state to state; and in their wake is profound destruction.

  12. Don says:

    And within a short period of time they will vote as they voted in California, for leftist Democrats. We have seen this happen when large numbers fled Massachusetts (aka ‘Taxachusetts’) for Vermont, and then for New Hampshire. New Hampshire was solid conservative/Republican, until those who had fled ‘Taxachusetts’ started voting the same way within a few short years of arriving in the Granite State.

    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Liberalism is a mental disorder.

      Very much.

      I used to live in New Hampshire before the Progressives from Taxachusetts invaded to escape the taxes they voted for. What did they do? Whine because the government wasn’t wiping their bum for them and so they voted in the same government goodies they had in Taxachusetts and then wondered why their taxes went up.

      My sheep are better at connecting the dots than Progressives are!

      • mjc says:

        A buddy of mine and I were talking about it, the other night. We agree that libs seem to be stuck at about a kindergarten level of development. It’s all ‘feelings’ and ‘me, me, me’. So that kind of developmental disorder is definitely a mental disorder…

  13. People in San Antonio think having the Raiders move here is a good idea. I remind them we don’t want more Californians than we already have.

  14. Keith says:

    A friend says 50 a day arrive in Austin Texas from California

    • Keep Austin Austin.

    • rah says:

      It’s the oil fracking money. Can’t believe how fast Texas is filling up now. Five years ago The stretch of I-35 from Dallas to Austin was terrible and the stretch from Austin to San Antonio just a little better. But I-35 from San Antonio to Laredo was free and open driving across open semi desert ranches. In five years that stretch of road has gotten about as congested as it is between Austin and San Antonio. Lots of oil service companies and new housing going in. Wide open spaces no more.

  15. catweazle666 says:

    Somewhat prophetic…

  16. DBD says:

    Climate refugees 🙂

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