Marxist Political Whores
- Democrats choose to seize the wealth of American citizens of all races and re-distribute that wealth to the citizens of foreign nations.
- And the mouth-breathing Sheeple American citizen voters keep re-electing Socialists.
|Bakersfield Congressman Kevin McCarthy|
|And the moronic Sheeple of California keep electing this bald bastard.|
|California State Senate|
|Oh The Horror!|
An "evil" album cover that dares to show a picture of a gun.
|When a white man sings about crime he makes millions of dollars. So the moral of the story is if you are black don't sing.|
|California Almond Orchard|
|Water Sucking Los Angeles|
Welcome to Los Angeles. It is not just agriculture that sucks water. Since 1849 politicians from both parties eagerly imported millions and millions of water sucking people and businesses into a state that is mostly a desert.
|Los Angeles back when the state was Golden.|
Our limited water supplies were fine in 1900 when
our population was small.
Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks, c. 1910-1920
|A water sucking Ventura Blvd. today.|
|California voters gather around to see |
a rare site - the nearly extinct Republican elephant.
|Formerly Republican Palm Springs|
The Middle Class Abandons the GOP
Middle class Congressional districts around California have abandoned the Republican Party. Formerly GOP districts from Sacramento to Santa Barbara to Ventura to Palm Springs and San Diego rejected the GOP in last week's elections and sent Democrats to Washington.
|Republican Ling-Ling Chan|
Chinese-American Chan pulled a massive 64% of the vote to win a
Los Angeles County area seat in the California State Assembly.
Ling 4 Assembly.com
|(Left to Right) Young Kim, Michelle Steel, Janet Nguyen and |
Ling-Ling Chang at a dinner gathering.
Photo courtesy of Shawn Steel.
|Republican Young Kim|
Korean-American Kim won 55% of the vote to take an Orange County,
California State assembly seat.
Young Kim 2014.com
|Republican Janet Nguyen|
Nguyen won 60% of the vote for
a California State Senate seat.
|U.S. Senator S.I. Hayakawa|
Japanese-American Dr. Hayakawa (left) with Armand Vaquer from the Young Republicans. The California GOP got Hayakawa elected to the U.S. Senate in 1976. Hayakawa has been one of the few minorities elected the the Senate.