Video: Stephen Moore: CA is crushing the middle class

Video: Stephen Moore: CA is crushing the middle class

Stephen Moore, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, gives his take on California and what he terms its entitlement mentality.


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  1. Ulysses Uhaulp
    Ulysses Uhaulp 17 April, 2014, 18:51

    Pack and Ship before you’re squashed by your rulers!

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    • Ricky65
      Ricky65 18 April, 2014, 08:44

      That’s right might as well profiteer on other people’s misery. With that attitude maybe you ought to dump the trailer business and get into the lawyer business. Besides with all the U-hauls going mostly one way out of state with the productive people, its only a matter of time before your business collapses due to lack of paying customers. Better yet, run for office as a Dema-Rat politician and just become a full time parasite.

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  2. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 17 April, 2014, 19:53

    Good video, and he is correct as 35% of the state lives in poverty.

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  3. SeeSaw
    SeeSaw 18 April, 2014, 00:37

    What do you expect–there are 39,000,000 people in CA–it can’t be compared with other states. All of the good jobs have left CA. Give the people jobs, and they wouldn’t have to live in poverty. People should not be accused of having an entitlement mentality, because of their poverty–food and shelter is a necessity–that’s all that the people on social services are getting–no entitlement mentality in that condition!

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