Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Colonization of Texas a sign of California’s success: Joe Mathews

Boy, where has this guy been?  Surely, he doesn't believe what he is saying.  Colonization.  Puh-leeze! He's living in Bizarro World!

As I drove over to get my Double-Double fix in the heart of North Texas, a question occurred: If California and Texas really are in some sort of contest for cultural and economic supremacy, why do so many people labor under the delusion that Texas is winning?

Yes, California has an above-average unemployment rate and other economic problems, and many of our people and companies are relocating or expanding to states like Texas that offer cheaper living and generous economic incentives. But there’s another way to look at these departures of Californians and California companies: as a colonization of Texas and the rest of the country.

This colonization is not a sign of decline but of our success. Texas and other states are trying to steal our culture, our companies, and our jobs because we have so many things worth stealing.
Joe,  above-average unemployment rate and "other economic problems" are signs of one thing:  LOSING.

Colonizing is a term where one country "sends people out".  These people weren't "sent out". They just flat out LEFT.  And as fast as they could.

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