This made me smile...

Fig

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CA retards who pass ridiculous laws that create all sorts of problems for themselves, that are unquestionably destroying their own community, and they are totally incapable of considering any real solution because they are so blinkered by their fantasy ideology...

How are so many people so totally deluded and so clueless as to the most basic truths of the human condition?
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/f...ts-hollywoods-progressive-ideals-test-1174599
 
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hahahahahah! Serves them all right. Nothing turns a liberal into a conservative faster than being a victim.

I can't tell you the number of folks I knew who have fled Baltimore City to the surrounding rural part of the county because of the increasing lawlessness in that shit hole.
 

KZP

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But don't you know? Homeless people are the kindest and most virtuous human beings on the planet. We should be working to remove all housing so we can improve everyone's moral character.
 
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Fig

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You can't make this stuff up. From the woman who is incensed that they're building shelter for her, and "making" her live under a roof, to the dude who is living on the street, "against the wishes of his family", who are long time property owners in Venice Beach... Drink the bitter reality in morons.

Drugs and mental illness are cause #1 and cause #2. IMHO you're not helping them at all unless you are helping them to hit rock bottom so that THEY want to change their life. Making it harder on them is the only compassionate and moral answer. Making them comfortable in their self destruction and aiding and abetting it is entirely and completely immoral, and doing it on a mass scale like this will destroy the entire community.
Karma is right!
 

AIAW

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problem is that when these shitbirds move to somewhere else, they bring their fucked up ideals with them. they dont learn. the best thing is to make them stay and swim in their own mess.
Well that's the problem that Texas has now. Austin specifically, but yeah... I had heard at one point it was like 40 CA to TX driver's license exchanges per day - just in the city. That libtard quantity adds up over time. Granted, Austin has always been a little blue island in an otherwise red ocean.

With the Beto/Cruz race was ongoing it was a little close for comfort honestly. I could go on and on, too much shit and not enough time today.
 
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You can't make this stuff up. From the woman who is incensed that they're building shelter for her, and "making" her live under a roof, to the dude who is living on the street, "against the wishes of his family", who are long time property owners in Venice Beach... Drink the bitter reality in morons.

Drugs and mental illness are cause #1 and cause #2. IMHO you're not helping them at all unless you are helping them to hit rock bottom so that THEY want to change their life. Making it harder on them is the only compassionate and moral answer. Making them comfortable in their self destruction and aiding and abetting it is entirely and completely immoral, and doing it on a mass scale like this will destroy the entire community.
Karma is right!
"LIKE" times a gazillion!!!!!!
 

Shooter McGavin

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I lived out there in Santa Monica and there was a homeless problem there too. The thing is most of the libs believe they're helping by paying taxes and letting the government do the job. Than the city council votes to let the homeless stay there and then start programs to feed them. The homeless break into cars looking for change or items they can sell for drugs. They also panhandle in front of restaurants at the 3rd Street Promenade. Most restaurants have outside seating, this is where the homeless will walk up to you and your date's table and stand there with their hand out looking for a hand out. If you don't give them one they may spit at you. The restaurants won't even call the police, because the homeless will not be arrested and the restaurants windows will be broken that evening after they close in retaliation.
 

Spblademaker

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I lived out there in Santa Monica and there was a homeless problem there too. The thing is most of the libs believe they're helping by paying taxes and letting the government do the job. Than the city council votes to let the homeless stay there and then start programs to feed them. The homeless break into cars looking for change or items they can sell for drugs. They also panhandle in front of restaurants at the 3rd Street Promenade. Most restaurants have outside seating, this is where the homeless will walk up to you and your date's table and stand there with their hand out looking for a hand out. If you don't give them one they may spit at you. The restaurants won't even call the police, because the homeless will not be arrested and the restaurants windows will be broken that evening after they close in retaliation.
Homeless or not, if someone spits at me, they are being beaten until I tire. And my cardio is pretty good.
 
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Lol, while I find great humor and irony in all of this I'm still reminded of one important thing. Its California, and most people out there are retarded as fuck. You can point out the error of their ways until you're blue in the face and it will never register with them. Most seem to have the common sense capacity of Ralph Wiggum from the Simpsons, I truly feel for the few intelligent ones in that state who can see things for what they and they must have patience like a saint because by now I'd pull my hair out and probably smack someone for sheer stupidity.
 

ArmyJerry

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Man, maybe we should have a war on drugs and close the mental hospitals, yeah thats the ticket.

QUOTE="Fig, post: 7455812, member: 121174"]You can't make this stuff up. From the woman who is incensed that they're building shelter for her, and "making" her live under a roof, to the dude who is living on the street, "against the wishes of his family", who are long time property owners in Venice Beach... Drink the bitter reality in morons.

Drugs and mental illness are cause #1 and cause #2. IMHO you're not helping them at all unless you are helping them to hit rock bottom so that THEY want to change their life. Making it harder on them is the only compassionate and moral answer. Making them comfortable in their self destruction and aiding and abetting it is entirely and completely immoral, and doing it on a mass scale like this will destroy the entire community.
Karma is right![/QUOTE]
 
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I have zero sympathy for them. In this day and age, every single person who is homeless and wants help can have no fewer than a dozen agencies racing to get them off the streets, and with a screaming economy right now even felons stand little in the way of barriers to self sustaining employment. The issue is lack of desire to get off the streets and being satisfied with their current standard of living. They enjoy being vagrants and panhandlers, so why the fuck should we help those who don't want help? No reason to so we shouldn't. In America, one has the freedom to fail as much as the freedom to succeed, just keep the kids out of it.

Or they could just toss baggies of fentanyl out their Rolls Royces like candy at a parade, problem will solve itself pretty quickly.
 
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This should be required reading at the collegiate level just as anecdotal evidence of the effects of liberal policies. I love in the article how one guy was concerned that he is being driven to the right by protesting the proposed homeless shelter a crossed his street. All of these retards are progressives, until it affects them.

It is absolutely mind blowing how stupid these “Smart people” are.
 
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I can’t stop commenting, my mind is absolutely blown. Although I understood that this level of stupidity already existed, I find it hilarious.

The disconnect of trying to remove an unwanted people from your neighborhood? Why can they not rationalize the importance of a fence on the southern border. This level of cognitive dissonance absolutely blows my mind.
 
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I wonder if the fence/barrier on the Golf course is racist?
The three golfers don't seem to notice.
This deal reminds me of George Clooney ranting about the rights of immigrants on TV.
When they started shitting on his front yard in Lake Como the little bitch went to the local authorities to have them removed.
Ironic, good for you to be neighbors but I'll have none.
His virtue had been signaled and all is good with the sheep.

R
 

supercorndogs

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This should be required reading at the collegiate level just as anecdotal evidence of the effects of liberal policies. I love in the article how one guy was concerned that he is being driven to the right by protesting the proposed homeless shelter a crossed his street. All of these retards are progressives, until it affects them.

It is absolutely mind blowing how stupid these “Smart people” are.
His assumption that people on the right are against homeless shelters is stupid as fuck. If homeless shelters were run by leftists, they would be places to shoot up or sleep it off. Instead most require you to be sober to stay there. Enabling is the lefts way. Helping someone who is helping themselves already is mine.
 
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yes....and what the fuck is “jury-rigging”? i thought that was what crime boss’s did to evade the law. i think they meant “jerry rigging”....but if you are going to use a racist comment, but dont have the balls to actually commit to it, then maybe they should have just gone with “cobbled”. fucking idiots.
 

vh20

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How do homeless encampment tents get power to run the mini-fridges, TVs, and heaters mentioned in the article? I have an account with the power company who charges me for every kWhr I use. It is tied to my physical address.