Deadbeat state: California

Two Stanford professors explain in one sentence everything you need to know about why California is a failed state:
From the mid-1980s to 2005, California's population grew by 10 million, while Medicaid recipients soared by seven million; tax filers paying income taxes rose by just 150,000; and the prison population swelled by 115,000.
HT: Tim Sheithner

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W.C. Varones said…
Sorry about that, LCR. Can I pour you something to remedy that?