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"California may be too big to fail"

I wish I had something intelligent to say about California residents' resounding refusal to do its representative government's job for them, but I don't. So I'll refer you to Hank's excellent discussion of the issue:

http://bucket-o-hank.blogspot.com/2009/05/bust-statewide-special-bucket-lection.html

Good thing California is too big to fail. Too bad our high school aren't! Ba-dum ching!

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