Companies are “disinvesting” in California at a rate five times greater than just two years ago.
“There is a feeling that the state is not stable,” Vranich said. “Sacramento can’t get its act together…and that includes the governor, legislators and regulatory agencies that are running wild.”
The state has been ranked by Chief Executive magazine as the worst place to do business for seven years.
And what is California’s response to the bureaucratic nightmare it has created?
Later this year, California will set up a new agency that will serve as a focal point for economic development and job creation
Because another bureaucratic agency is obviously required to deal with a bureaucracy that is “running wild.”
I think CA would be better served if it created a new bureaucracy to deal with the impending failure of their new bureaucracy to deal with failure of their present bureaucracies. It might as well by-pass the failure of the new one by creating a new one to deal with the failure of the new one right off the bat instead of waiting around for results that are already known to sane and rational people.
Don’t feel bad if you couldn’t follow what I just said. It makes no sense, just like the government.
I’m very excited about watching the criminal looting state of California devolve into North Korea. I presently have front row seats to the action. I’ve loaded up on ammo, storable food, water filtration units, emergency medical supplies, junk silver for barter, and various other survival necessities. I feel like I should be able to survive the socialist Apocalypse that will soon unfold here relatively unscathed. I’ll at least be able to make it out of town once the riots and blackouts start becoming common place.