Obama: Following California’s Example

Tom McClintock

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Back a few years, everything was supposed to be better in California. It was supposed to be the land of milk and honey (no wonder Moses spent 40 years in the wilderness, he couldn’t get passage booked for California).

Anyway, everybody told us that whatever California was doing now the rest of us poor slubs would be doing in five or ten years. It was very often true too. California is a wonderful place climate wise, geography wise, just about any way you can think of, except for what the politicians have done to it.

Congressman Tom McClintock delivered a speech over the weekend on this very topic to the Council for National Policy. It is a barn burner.

Read and try to enjoy.

I want to welcome this groundbreaking scientific expedition to the savage lands of the Left Coast. You are here in California to answer an important theoretical question and now you have your answer.

Yes, this is what Barack Obama’s second term would look like.

Study it. Fear it. And then go home and make sure that it never happens to the rest of the country.

Of course, in spite of all of its problems, California is still one of the best places in the country to build a successful small business. All you have to do is start with a successful large business.

Read it all.

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  1. Pingback: California Business, an Oxymoron. « nebraskaenergyobserver

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