San Francisco’s Squalor Strips City of Lucrative Convention Cashflow

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As we examine the agitation around the nation, there are certain locales that tend to stand out for their particularly vicious brand of discussion.

Places such as New York State, a massive piece of land that is being governed wholly by the democratic majority packed into 6 neighborhoods in The Big Apple, have had their own fair share of theories on how best to deal with this disparity.  One such plan would simply allow New York City to become a district, much in the way Washington D.C. is in the District of Columbia.  The rest of the state would then become “New Amsterdam”…a state whose political makeup would likely fall more in line with Pennsylvania or Ohio than Vermont or California.

Of course, California is another prime example of this sort of politicly chasm being so acute.  Out west, unlike New York, the state splitting sentiment has made it onto a ballot and will be voted on by the people of The Bear Republic in November.

And, should the entire three-state plan come to fruition, the liberally held southern beach portion will be in for some difficult times.  That is, if their track record in San Fransisco is any indication of how they’ll handle things.

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A major medical association has backed out of holding its annual 15,000-attendee convention in San Francisco after a 20-pound bag of feces was dumped on a sidewalk in the city last week.

The unnamed, Chicago-based medical association’s decision to hold the convention elsewhere leaves San Francisco with a $40 million loss and the potential for even greater financial losses if other groups decide to follow suit.

According to NBC Bay Area, the convention business brings in approximately $2 billion in revenues for San Francisco annually.

The New York Post reported: “Human waste-related complaints in San Francisco have skyrocketed 400 percent from 2008 to 2018, according to data from the city’s 311 system. In 2017 alone, more than 21,000 reports were received, due in part to the thousands of homeless people living throughout the city without regular access to restrooms.”

There were towns out on the frontier in the wild west that were more sanitary than San Francisco is right now, and any fan of Deadwood will tell you that this is no small feat.

This is the sort of problem that you can only have in progressive communities, where the values of the people were warped by a whole lot of assistance and babysitting by the government.  There’s no personal responsibility in it for them, and so just dumping a 20 pound bag of excrement on a city sidewalk becomes the workaround for doing any actual work.

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