Wagner: Makes plea to vote against Cali liberals

Posted 10/20/20

I spent most of my life in California and never thought I would leave. But I left for good in 2016 simply because the liberal, one-party state government drove me out. If you have never lived in a …

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Wagner: Makes plea to vote against Cali liberals

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I spent most of my life in California and never thought I would leave. But I left for good in 2016 simply because the liberal, one-party state government drove me out. If you have never lived in a liberal bastion like California, consider yourself fortunate.

Not only do California residents pay some of the highest income taxes, gas taxes, sales taxes, etc., California is also considered the worst state in the U.S. for business as they have the most regulations costing all business needless expenses.

But what do we get for all that: terrible, filthy, unmaintained roads, terrible public education, and the homeless. Nearly 50% of all the homeless in the U.S. are in California. Go visit San Francisco or L.A. or even San Jose, where I spent most of my life, and see how bad it really is.

We used to go to San Francisco for shows or dinner, but we haven’t been there for years now.

On top of all that, California has the largest public debt in the country, each taxpayer owes $74,000 to pay off the debt.

So, please don’t ruin Arizona by voting for those liberals that promise much but do very little good. Please, see our future if you do as it is next door just to the west. I know, I lived there!

Dennis Wagner
Paradise Valley

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