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Kaliforniya reflux disease

A follow up to Kaliforniya.

From R:

I took this photo in the San Joaquin Valley: As can be seen, it is a farmers’ sign attacking politicians who created a legislated agricultural crisis.

Further up I-5 I saw a vast dead orchard that I couldn’t get a shot of. Maybe next time.

Sign - San Joaquin Valley CA - Water Crisis


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It seems like those signs have been there for decades. What is impressive is the priorities demonstrated by people in large Liberal cities – they really don’t care what happens to the poor farmers and the very poor farm workers.

I wonder who is buying up land cheap.

This was Nancy Pelosi’s doing when she was speaker. The whole San Joaquin valley was/is predominately R – nothing more than removing Republican money from CA

Calypso Facto | March 21, 2013 at 10:39 am

Water in the desert: What the government giveth, the government can taketh away.

There are a few dozen of these signs, with some variations along I-5.

This is “The Valley Hope Forgot” that Sean Hannity reported upon.

As a semi truck driver who picks up food from farm warehouses I can tell you… the damages are far more than seen from the Interstate.

Phillep Harding | March 21, 2013 at 7:43 pm

Every time there was a water shortage, agriculture had to give up water because the cities had first claim.

Quite a bit of the water to the cities went to watering lawns.