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  1. SkippingDog
    SkippingDog 14 October, 2016, 21:12

    As California goes, so goes the nation.

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  2. Spurwing Plover
    Spurwing Plover 14 October, 2016, 23:10

    Allowing for more illegal aliens(Future demacratic voters)to vote for the demac-RAT party

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  3. Joe
    Joe 15 October, 2016, 20:59

    Pretty simple, really.

    Hitlery Klinton wins Colliefornia (as Ahnode calls it) in a landslide.

    No Repulican gets elected to state wide office.

    Demonrats take a super majority in the Asssembly and Senate.

    And every tax increase and bond measure passes. (The sheeple think bonds are free money.)

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  4. Jose
    Jose 15 October, 2016, 21:01

    On a smaller, if no less symbolic, level, the first thing the Santa Ana City Council did when it went all-Latino in 2006 was pass a law requiring simultaneous translation of all of its meetings to Spanish,” the Times reported.

    All the gringos better learn espanol…comprende?

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  5. Bronson
    Bronson 16 October, 2016, 05:02

    Typical moron who thinks the world begins and ends with Mexico and border states. Climate change will cause decisions to be made. The future rulers, China and Russia will adjust the population of ignorant, self absorbed morons over tye course of a generstion.The only thing Mexican left will be Taco Bell, but I suspect hot Mexican women are good. At least, that is my vote.

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