Thursday, October 24, 2019

one arm voting bandit


ONE ARM VOTING BANDIT
A question that confuses the crap out of all of us is, why do people reasonable enough to leave communist hellholes turn out to so so unreasonable when it comes time to vote making your new destination a new version of your old craphole? It makes no sense. Unless you follow the money. I think this confusion stems from assuming people leaving People's Republics are capitalists. It also mistakes change for politics with change for money. It also assumes anyone still thinks freedom of choice must also entail responsibility.
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Boiled down to essentials, people vote for themselves. It really is as simple as that. They want something for nothing, and while at it, their chicks for free. It has nothing to do with politics. If voting like a communist gets them something, they would make Mao blush like a school girl getting her first pubic hair. If voting like a fascist gets them what they want, they would make Mussolini envious. Because people don't vote for a better community anymore, they just vote for themselves. And you can't shout about greed or lack of responsibility. Everyone is the same.
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Not that anyone would ever admit to being an evil twat so lacking of morality or common courtesy that Lucifer himself would disavow them. People NEVER think they do anything wrong. Nancy Pelosi sleeps like a baby each night, and it isn't JUST because her stock portfolio made up of companies that kill babies and foreclose of homes of seniors doubled in value. She really doesn't think she is doing anything bad. That is why the best response to evil is to apply violence in dissuading its continuation. Otherwise no one sees the error of their ways.
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And yes, I hear you thinking, damn Jim, you manly man whom all woman must be saddened to have not bedded, how does voting like a communist make people money? It makes no sense. Well, correct. But it does profit people, even if in intangible ways. But mostly, it is money. Take California passing a semi-auto ban in the early 90's after the False Flag attack at the elementary school. Nobody is going to vote against the Second Amendment as if that was violating the Bill Of Rights. Instead, it makes perfect sense to “introduce Common Sense additions to make us all safe”.
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What, or who, was being made safe? Was it the children? Not really. It is a lot better, were one to want a high body count, to sit atop an overpass and toss a Molotov Cocktail on a school bus, cause it to crash, then snipe at the little burning bodies running away from the wreckage. A bolt action works just fine, and as long as ghetto residents drink Thirty-Two's, and Soccer Mom's taxi the Coneheads about and there is plastic litter around, there will be ingredients for firebombs. No ban on those. Banning semi-auto's was not only unConstitutional, it serves almost no purpose.
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So why vote for it? Yes, I understand it was just pushed through the legislature and not voted on. But the idiots that did that were reelected, the state went Full Retard Democrat, so in effect it was voted on. Plus, when the scumbags move to Nevada, they vote for gun control here, so that is also indicative of a positive vote. So, why? How did it benefit the people of California? I think it helped jack up property values, at least in peoples calculations. In nice neighborhoods, nice people don't own guns. The lower class trash, they own guns.
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Nice people in nice neighborhoods have a better police force, who do a much better job of preventing criminal activity. Armed home owners merely shoot burglars, and allowing that kind of vigilantism escalates crime in the neighborhood. That is how poor people live, with a pistol under their pillow. Rich people pay for a better police force. If someone wants to own a gun, they should join the police, right? And what does low gun ownership and a better police force and only the better off people in the neighborhood cause? Right. It causes home values to go up.
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Paying higher taxes is used to hire more police ( and causes higher salaries to those folks living in the nice neighborhoods who are civil servants ) to make select neighborhoods more expensive which is a retirement nest egg. At retirement, these people cash in that nest egg. They then leave the state. They leave the higher taxes. They leave all the consequences of their actions. To them, personally, higher taxes and regulations and zoning laws to keep out poor people directly benefited them, costing them tens of thousands of dollars extra, which jacked up their house hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Then they move to a much lower real estate cost area. This gives them a very nice cash reserve. But, wait. There is a slight problem. The reason the new state has such low cost homes is because taxes are low. When taxes are low, and everyone is armed and hence polite, you don't need a lot of police. But the retired Californian ( or any Yuppie Blue state resident who pulls this same scam ) equates safety with police and, importantly to our discussion here, a lot of laws keeping out poor people. Good God! Actual poor people ALSO bought these cheap homes!
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Increasing regulations and taxes bring back safer streets and more importantly, get rid of poor people who are unruly. My goodness! They openly take Black Assault Rifles to the range, and open carry pistols! I don't feel safe with my children in that kind of environment! Yuppie Scum don't actually believe that more armed parents also make their own children safer. Only more police make their children safer. If that wasn't true, why would someone have paid EXTRA for their California house, with its better police force? They have actual proof, it isn't just a ill thought out theory, like the Second Amendment!
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Now you understand the mentality of “property value enhancement” people, even when they won't ever sell or move from this second home. And lest you think, “I'd never be like THAT. I'm a true blooded 'Murican”, well, not so fast. You still come over and vote for things that are simply obviously needed like wider roads and railroad improvements, or improving your own home. No obstruction of anyone's Bill Of Rights, correct? No, but indirectly you are still feeding Big Government and growth, increased taxes and regulations. That, covered tomorrow.
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12 comments:

  1. Jim, you are so right! Private pilots saw the same type of action from home owners. They would buy a house off the departure end of an airport because it was cheap. Then complain constantly about the noise and unsafe aircraft operations to the governing bodies to get the airport closed. This was used to increase their house prices so they could sell and walk away with more bucks.

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    1. People are scumbags. This is my default assumption on a good day. On a bad day...

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  2. There is little want to be artist town near here. They built nicer subdivisions near previously light industrial areas. Them complained about smells and noise and caused the businesses to shut down.

    Retiring from Commiefornia? Back in the early 2000's I worked with guy who retired from LAPD. Sold his modest home for $800,000 which was likely lower middle class. Brought his $60k pension and bought a $300K house here (That means your neighbors are doctors and lawyers here back then) and started at a local PD on his second career and pension. Guy never stopped smiling.

    At least he didnt bring a liberal attitude.

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    1. One guy I worked with at the casino bought a $20k mobile home and lot, sold it for $60k at the bubble top, moved to Missouri and bought a $30k two story house on acreage, cash, and his wife transferred to another Wal-Mart and they were going to live off her income as he did whatever at home. He was too smart to discuss politics, but if he was a liberal, at least it ain't Nevada's problem any more.

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    2. Nightshift, he won't be smiling if that pension fund goes bankrupt and he gets a 30% haircut.

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    3. Understand Thomas. I too am on a State Pension.

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  3. To James: Not quite. Only the scumbags are scumbags.

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    1. I'll be properly nice and say, with the exception of my minions, almost everyone sucks elongated pus dripping mule member.

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  4. Ha, the day my place rises to my sell price. Will be the day I say goodbye to Floriduh.

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  5. "...people, even when they won't ever sell or move from this second home..."

    Back in the 90's the mantra in the real estate industry was that the average home changes hands every 7 years. I didn't question that when I lived in Florida, but here in ruralville I think that is not true, so it's probably a regional thing. Houses should have card slots on the front, like ATM machines.

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  6. When I was looking at my property for the first time the realtor started acting funny, as I got to the east side. She started trying to apologize about the junk cars on the neighbors land, afraid it would hurt the sell. I said that I was glad his land looked like shit because it would help keep taxes down and meant I could do what I wanted. Plus a possible SHTF resource.

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    1. She was channeling Yuppie. You were probably the only one, ever, to go counter to that. She deserves her 7%-you probably gave her nightmares for years.

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