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“The California Democratic Party utterly dominates state politics because of its huge coalition of union members, trial lawyers, environmentalists, Asian-Americans, Latinos and African-Americans.”

They left out women and young adults! And the Christ-haters! WTF?  Why not just say democrats “dominate” CA state politics because people? This pretty much sums up so much that is wrong with Republicans – a very, very twisted world view that they would be the majority and in control but for a bunch of Republican-hating special interests only interested in grabbing and exercising political power. Talk about projection! I mean, it couldn't possibly be that a majority of Californians might actually just want to make the world a better place, less poor, cleaner, better educated, less sick, more employed, better access to weed, respectful of civil rights and privacy (women’s’ rights, minorities’ rights, gay rights), separation of church and state, pro-democracy, etc..  That’s just crazy talk.

Maybe the California Republican Party utterly does not dominate state politics because of its petty coalition of angry old while men, and greedy people who would rather not be taxed than have a democratic society try to improve our collective lots in life, and evangelical Christians who want to shove their religion down our throats and up women’s vaginae, and people who hate unions and think the only purpose of government is to benefit the rich, and people who think corporations are people, have religion, and should be free to pollute the world or foist unsafe and dangerous things on the rest of us for profit or because AMERICA.

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