This is a cry of desperation from a County Supervisor that is watching California politicians destroy his state without any hope or power to stop them. Our country is starting to implode. I suspect more of this is coming and, undoubtedly, even worse things in the future.
President Obama's policies, lawlessness and disrespect for America and it's people have deeply fractured the population. Every time I see video or stories about the riots in Greece, I find myself wondering if the riots that come here will only be on the coasts or if they will be in the heartland of America. God forbid! We must hold on to the heartland if we have any hope of rebuilding our nation. I've said for months, and I still believe, the worst is yet to come.
One day, last week, I was buying something and when the cashier told me I was getting $17.76 in change, I said, "1776. That was a good year."
She looked at me with a blank face and I said, "Do you know what happened in 1776?"
"No," she replied.
In two days, we will celebrate Independence Day. How many Americans know what it means, anymore? God help us.
Please, click on the link to finish reading the story and watch the video they have with it. At the end of the story, they have a poll about secession. I was amazed at the lopsided results.
New state would have no term limits, part-time legislature
RIVERSIDE (CBS) — Is the state of California about to go “South”?
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone apparently thinks so, after proposing that the county lead a campaign for as many as 13 Southern California counties to secede from the state.
Stone said in a statement late Thursday that Riverside, Imperial, San Diego, Orange, San Bernardino, Kings, Kern, Fresno, Tulare, Inyo, Madera, Mariposa and Mono counties should form the new state of South California.
The creation of the new state would allow officials to focus on securing borders, balancing budgets, improving schools and creating a vibrant economy, he said.
“Our taxes are too high, our schools don’t educate our children well enough, unions and other special interests have more clout in the Legislature than the general public,” Stone said in his statement.