As Californians continue to flee the Golden Shower State and infest other areas with Californianism, there is at least one good result:
Based on Monday’s [U.S. Census] figures, Texas is poised to gain two congressional seats, and Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon are expected to gain one. Eight states are expected to lose one seat: California, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and West Virginia.
If this forecast is correct, California will lose one elector in the presidential elections. No wonder they’re trying to abolish the Electoral College.
What this also means is that the Socialists in the House will lose at least four reliable votes in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Of course, those itinerant liberal assholes are, as I said, infesting other states which in the past have been reliable Republican ones — Arizona, Colorado and Nevada come to mind — so it’s a mixed result for us conservatives, to be sure.
As long as California continues to circle the bowl, however, it’s good news for the United States (i.e. the areas not run by Socialists).