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Be Sure You’re Right Then Go Ahead by Bob Mack

“…you have to have something before you can lose it and California Governor Jerry Brown’s sanity is nonexistent … If any Republican displayed this level of incoherent thought, there would be calls for resignation. The problem with Brown is he has been this crazy since his political career began and I don’t think anyone notices anymore.” (Jerry Brown Loses It: ‘I Hate Everything’)

“By any reasonable, responsible standard, California is off of the rails…Our absurd pot loving dope pushing Governor Jerry Brown, aka the Moonbeam, working hand in hand with a primarily Democratic majority in the State Senate and State Assembly who are principally anti-American Communists, Racists, Socialists, Progressives, and Globalists are creating a frighteningly tyrannical system of governance that is anti-citizen.” — Jim Horn

“If it babbles and its eyeballs are glazed, it probably comes from California.” — Mike Royko

“When the Oakies left Oklahoma and moved to California, it raised the I.Q. of both states.” — Will Rogers

“Nothing is wrong with California that a rise in the ocean level wouldn’t cure.” — Ross Macdonald

Any state once governed by both Ronald Reagan and Conan the Barbarian, is by definition not exactly normal; but, even in a fiefdom world-renowned for its fruits, nuts, and Hollyweirdos, its current bossman stands out like a misshapen pistachio. Still, as long as the once Golden State continues to provide safe haven for the undocumented demented (see Pelosi, Clooney, Cher, and Mad Maxine Waters) Moonbeam Brown might have trouble holding onto his spot in the top five.

Hold It

Moonbeam grew up in San Francisco, where they’re all a toke or two over the line. He’s been occasionally accused by one or another of the local purge commissions of being insufficiently progressive, a charge which, within the wacky environs of the Left Coast, means someone a notch to the right of Mao Zedung:

“by California standards Brown is viewed as the last adult in Sacramento … After Brown leaves the Capitol, many Californians will miss him not so much for what he has done, but because whatever comes next will be far worse. (Will Court Filing Salvage Jerry Brown’s Legacy?)

One of Jerry’s problems is that he’s never worked for a living[…]

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