What Matt said.

You messed up your state, don’t try to come here and mess up ours.

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8 Responses to Californification

  1. TJP says:

    Best thing California could do is stop paying federal taxes and stop receiving federal tax money. If it’s possible to plan a national economy, surely California’s top-notch social planners could take one li’l old state and show the rest of us greedy red neck capitalists how it’s done.

  2. bluesun says:

    Amen. ‘Course, in Colorado, we also blame the Texans, but they seem to be leaving Texas to escape the Californians, so I guess it all goes back to Sunny CA.

  3. TBeck says:

    This situation reminds me of the chaos during the Dark Ages as waves of steppe barbarians displaced other tribes, which in turn migrated and displaced even more people. The end result was the sacking of Rome. Do we really need to open the gates?

  4. Heh. Like I said over at Matt’s place, Texas singer-songwriter Brian Burns wrote and recorded a great song about this very phenomenon.

    You don’t like our drivin’, you don’t like our roads,
    you make fun of the way we talk, make fun of our clothes,
    but you clog up our highways, been pourin’ in for years;
    if you don’t like the way we do it, what are you doin’ here?

    Yes, indeed.

  5. Pop N Fresh says:

    which brings this Texan to his favorite quote on this subject
    “If you don’t like it go the hell back where ya from”

  6. Riley says:

    Preach on brother!!!!

  7. BobG says:

    They’ve been invading Utah since the late sixties; when they do get here, they immediately start bitching about everything and try to Caliform the place.

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