The Real Danger Of A California Drought

An exodus of tens of millions of mentally diseased California voters to the Rocky Mountain states and midwest could be catastrophic.

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19 Responses to The Real Danger Of A California Drought

  1. Bob Greene says:

    That’s why I’ve been a strong supporter of a border fence. πŸ™‚

  2. Sundance says:

    Will that make them climate refugees in the eyes of the UN?

  3. Martin C says:

    . . . dang, that sure would suck for Colorado . . . and I thought maybe I would retire to Colorado Springs in about 12-15 years . . .WELL, maybe things will be better by then . . .

  4. Blair Ivey says:

    We’ve been putting up with them in Oregon for years. And yes, they’re trying to ruin our state, too.

  5. The fruit and nut capital

  6. Okie says:

    Perhaps they will be human lemmings and leap into the Pacific Ocean; especially if a sign points West and says “Food Stamps this way.”

  7. phodges says:

    It’s too late for Colorado…you have overtaken us in extremity if not in depth.

    If I did not live in the coolest place ever I would flee CA immediately. I have spent time all over the SW and no where compares, in spite of the totalitarian freak show politics.

  8. crosspatch says:

    Repeat after me:

    California has experienced megadroughts of century or longer duration several times during the Holocene.

    Now keep repeating the above sentence until it sinks in. Once that sinks in, realize it has been about 700 years since the last one. Lake Tahoe was below its outlet for over 800 years about 3000 years ago. People have no clue how dry California can get.

  9. Karl W. Braun says:

    This Californian will soon travel to a place where warmth and water is always in abundance. πŸ™‚

  10. gator69 says:

    That’s one reason why I keep stockpiles of ammo. πŸ˜‰

  11. GoneWithTheWind says:

    In the San Bernardino county museum is a slab from a 400 year old sugar pine. The grwoth rings clearly show a 40 year cycle of dry and wet periods. 20 years of decreasing rainfall followed by 20 years of increasing rainfall for 400 years. I have lived in California and travel to California everyyear and have seen these trends. But for most people a 40 year cycle is too long to absorb and each time California endures one of these droughts it is all new again with no nowledge of the past history.
    P.S. sorry for bringing up tree rings.

  12. redc1c4 says:

    i’ve lived here all my life, and this winter, such as it is, reminds me of the 76-77 winter, except my memory of that (i was in high school) was that the Santa Anas came for January and never left.

    this one teases with breaks, but i don’t think it’s going to rain anytime soon.

    good thing we planted the yard in all native plants, no?

    if this household emigrates, you’ll know us by the NRA stickers on the car, and our utter disdain for Ear Leader, “green” anything, and political correctness in general.

    however, i’d settle for the drought chasing out all the NY and other east coast a55holes back to whence they came, so we could reclaim paradise for intelligent people.

    wish us luck!

  13. Don Penim says:

    California Permanent Drought Update: January 7, 2014

    …”Northern California is bracing for the biggest storm of the season Friday…

    … the main event won’t make landfall until the afternoon. When it does, it will be impressive: The coastal hills of Sonoma County could see as much as 10 inches of rain over the weekend, and forecasters are warning of localized flooding of small streams.”…

  14. Don Penim says:

    California Permanent Drought UPDATE 2:

    Posted: 11:52 a.m. Friday, Feb. 7, 2014
    Drought fears replaced by threat of urban flooding

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