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||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 17:31:03
"Once upon a time, when I was Gov. Jerry Brown's Resources secretary, his office was all about the moon; now it's narrow economics that have taken over. While the governor deserves being seen as a good leader with a tough fiscal burden, it is no excuse to let the environment go down the drain. Our precious resource assets include forests, parks, air and soil, to name a few factors that make California a world-class place to live. No issue is as important as water for the future of our state."
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||Posted - Apr 05 2012 : 18:43:16
I'm with you Charlie! I love living in NorCal, but there isn't enough money in the world to get me to live in SoCal.
||Posted - Apr 03 2012 : 08:31:55
You are making comments about California and you live in Ohio. Cleveland just rated the worst city in America to reside.
||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 20:51:45
I wish they'd just cut the state in half. Make SoCal fend for itself.
||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 19:01:00
Thanks, we enjoy it :)
Oh, and thanks for your tourist dollars. Every little bit helps.
||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 19:00:09
I've been to California many times, and you can keep it.
||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 18:17:51
Maybe you should stay in your own backyard - I don't see Ohio doing so well
||Posted - Apr 02 2012 : 18:11:29
If you really mean California is a path to follow then I say no. You are bankrupt and it's just going to get worse.