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California .... right at the top. A Dem state with no budget or no economic leadership?? Sound familiar?? Calf will go bancrupt in the next year and right behind it will be the US.
You go ... Barry!
Its understandable that a relitively small populous state like arizona would be on the list but when the largest state is number 1 that really is mind blowing.
If you can get out of California you need to leave now before it is too late, it may already be too late but get out while you can.
As this spirals further and further downward you will see the crime rate explode upwards, don't put your familly at jeopardy, get out now.
Leave it to the liberals who made this possible....they need to pass a law that you can only collect a state penion if still reside in the state.
of course CA is at the top. chased small AND large businesses out of the state, killed the construction industry, burden business with all the "green" crap that only the state spends money on. bunch of brainless residents and even dumber politicians. and let's not forget all the illegals that don't pay a dime in taxes, send their "under the table" earned cash to their family in Mexico while collecting benefits reserved for AMERICANS. the illegals that don't work are criminals that only add to our TAX burden.
the dumba$$ libs reelect "Moonbeam" Jerry Brown one week after he said "i want to give college educations to illegal aliens"...and the dumba$$es ask " WHY ARE WE BROKE?". funny how the dumba$$es don't include Pelosi, Boxer & Feinstein in the 1% and spew their vile and hatred of rich people at them also.
So we should be good. Ignore the headlines.
Fiigure puke libtard state of CA is leader here! They should have the most wealth - all things considered, but liberalism has destroyed the state!
Eff you libtards!
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