San Francisco loses medical convention over unsafe streets


#1

The new TURD WORLD COUNTRY !!! :exploding_head:
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#2

A wise decision by the convention planners. I will never again set foot in California.

If California voters do not wake up and get rid of the socialist/communist liberals that have been turning the state into a compost heap for decades, there will be a point of no return at which the state will collapse entirely. I think it is not far from that point today.


#3

Fast track to turd world status ! :laughing::laughing::laughing:


#4

San Francisco is already there. Other cities will follow.

I favor the splitting of California into 3 or more states. There are plenty of good people in California that do not agree with the demented liberal oligarchy that has taken over the government.


#5

Just like New York City in the 1970s this is the point of Cloward-Piven strategy. Although, I will add that it only drives out the unwanted Middle Class, leaving the rich and the poor to duke it out.


#6

Perhaps they will move their convention to LA possibly Seattle or Chicago.


#7

This is a good advertisement for splitting California into 3 states. The Leftists Loons can have all the DREGS of society they want and clean up after them.They could build low income housing next to ALL the CELEBRITIES homes so they may have the BENEFIT of their company.
They would have the benefit of low cost labor and open borders without worrying about ICE.:japanese_goblin:


#8

Don’t be fooled 75% of califoricate is liberal and looney as hell !!!


#9

Now that is real funny, you left out NY City ! :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:


#10

Wanted to keep them on the west coast punish deBlasio.


#11

25% of Californians is a lot of people.


#12

Reagan started the deinstitutionalization of the nations mentally ill and we’ve been suffering ever since. A society has the moral and legal obligation to properly care for the mentally ill.

1967 Reagan signs the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act and ends the practice of institutionalizing patients against their will, or for indefinite amounts of time. This law is regarded by some as a “patient’s bill of rights”. Sadly, the care outside state hospitals was inadequate. The year after the law goes into effect, a study shows the number of mentally ill people entering San Mateo’s criminal justice system doubles.

San Mateo isn’t all that far from San Francisco.


#13

Monte I agree not all mentally ill people need to be institutionalized . Those that are able to should live in group homes or with family if possible .
Those that are a danger to themselves and/ or others, need the specialized care in a psychiatric hospital.
Unfortunately because of the waste and corruption , a lot of their needs aren’t met .:bomb:


#14

It needs to be in the budget…


#15

They have become infected ! :wink: