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Westchester Gov, September 27, 2011

[Editor’s Note: President Obama has appointed radical integrationists to run HUD. They are requiring West Chester County in New York State to build subsidized housing and market it to non-whites. However, they cannot stop whites from applying, and since the new homeowners and renters will be chosen by lottery, they can’t stop whites from winning, either. You don’t even have to live in New York State to apply, so if you, or someone you know could use some government-subsidized housing, this could be an great opportunity.]

If you’re interested in housing opportunities and want to be notified of upcoming fair and affordable homes for sale or rent, read the following before signing up. You will need to complete and submit your contact and basic household information through the online fair and affordable housing interest form below.

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A number of fair and affordable developments are now available or are under construction and will become available in the next few years. By signing up now through the online form, you will be notified of these upcoming opportunities as the homes become available.

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If you need assistance completing the online form, you may have a family member or another person you trust assist you. Otherwise, you may contact one of the HUD Certified Housing Counseling Agencies listed above to assist you. At this time only English-Spanish-language assistance is available at these agencies. Speakers of other languages are strongly encouraged to ask a family member or a trusted friend to assist them.

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  • Anonymous

    White people in Westchester are uber liberals and preach diversity from behind their lily white walls. Let them experience the ‘joy’ the rest of us have been forced to endure.

  • Hirsch

    I left my neighborhood several years ago, joined the Army, and returned last year. When I left, it was peaceful, verdant, and really quite soothing. Now, thanks to HUD and subsidization vouchers, crime has gone up literally several-hundred percent points (there are real-time trackers, basically text equivalents of police scanners online). I cannot walk my dog at night. I cannot leave anything on my porch, ranging from a mop bucket to a grille, for fear of theft. Gunshots are not uncommon.

    Because I was injured in Iraq I have been granted service-connected pay for disability, and that, coupled with my VA home loan, will allow me to escape my once-livable neighborhood and move somewhere else. But what about those who didn’t have the misfortune to be injured in the war? Will they have to wait for it to happen here?

    As another poster frequently signs off:

    God help us all.

  • SS

    The only “white” people that will ever qualify are those with non-white spouses and/or children.

    We all know damn good and well that the objective is to destroy every single last bastion of Whiteness from one Shining Sea clean down to the other and right up to the very moment both our Shining Seas turn to mud.

  • GreatNorthWoods

    According to the settlement of the lawsuit with NY HUD, Overwhelmingly white towns must build an X- number of affordable units if the number of blacks residents is less than 4% and Hispanics 7%.

    But despite the lawsuit agreement, this is anything but a done deal. So not so fast Obama and appointed minion, Shaun Donovan, US HUD Secretary.

    Remember, These units aren’t built yet and mark my words, Westchester County will/is stonewalling, obfuscating and delaying this thing until Obama and company are gone, along with the political will to push this thing through.

    Affluent white northeast suburbs is where the $$$ and political power resides and they use it to fight back.

    I’m betting this thing won’t end up anything like what’s outlined in the settlement agreement. So they can go ahead and send out all the info’ gathering forms they want. Because Hispanics and blacks can live in units that don’t and probably won’t exist.

    GNW

  • Question Diversity

    The Clintons made their post-Presidential home in Westchester County (“Disgrace Land”). Hopefully, some of these new fairness developments are on their street.

  • Anonymous

    I wrote about this here a while ago. My blood boils every time I read about these programs. There is nothing these towns can do. The feds will destroy them. “It’s a pity we can’t live in Garden City” the troublemakers complain in Nassau County, NY. It’s just a matter of time folks. It’s not just the Democrats. The vile neoCON, the now deceased Jack Kemp, was a supporter of these schemes too. Does anyone know the voting patters in Westchester? It’s an upper middle class area. I hope it’s a Democrat town. Let them enjoy the diversity they love, but only force on less well off whites. I’m so looking forward to the diversification of the Hamptons or the Georgetown area of D.C. Or Judge Sand’s neighborhood!

  • bob

    According to Wiki:

    More than 63% of Westchester County voters voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential race, the seventh-highest percentage of any New York county, behind four New York City boroughs and Albany and Tompkins counties. Currently, two of the three U.S. congressional representatives from Westchester County are Democrats.

  • Shawn

    “You don’t even have to live in New York State to apply, so if you, or someone you know could use some government-subsidized housing, this could be an great opportunity.”

    The only problem is you will have to live with Blacks.

  • Dave

    I used to be against forced integration; but I’ve come to believe that far too many of my fellow Whites have been exposed to insufficient “diversity” to make an informed opinion concerning the pros and cons of such arrangements. I’ve known far too many White liberals who spend their entire lives among Asians, other Whites, and atypical, higher-income Blacks and Latinos. So, by all means, let the Obama administration spread the wealth around some.

  • Anonymous

    When is the last time the Federal Government did something good for White people?

    I think it was the GI Bill. But that exploded into a giant boondoggle for colleges at the expense of the grandchildren of the veterans.

    Now the government has morphed into a Soviet Union style police state tying to enslave White people.

  • Sampson

    As much as I dislike subsidized housing, I think that it could be put to use for a good purpose. For instance, the placing of subsidized housing could be a good way to direct the black population where they would do the least harm, as far away from the white population as possible. If only our leaders could figure that out.

    Once while visiting Florida, I traveled through some small towns that appeared to be all black. This was some twenty years ago, I do not know what has happened to these towns since then, but I think it would be a good investment to build subsidized housing in these small black towns to keep them there and away from the white population. For whatever reason they seem to have poured into the cities in recent decades which has been a disaster in every place they have gone.

    Some creative redistribution of population could make live much more bearable for us.

  • Mark

    Dave, I concur whole heartedly, I have been telling friends for years that the solution will only come when the blue bloods are force fed their own medicine. Up until then they will consider us hoi polloi backwards and racist. A good strategy may be for like minded individuals to pool their resources and move a particularly well qualified “family” into the blue bloods neighborhood. When they have to endure the beer cans in their yards, the loud music, the cursing, the mean mugging and the crime THEN we will be allowed to solve the problem!

  • Anonymous

    I used to live in Malibu California. There is NO section 8 housing there. I believe we should build high rise projects next to some of the rich liberal celebrities. Barbara Streisand would SCREAM if this happened to her. I would pay to see that. They would probably try to offer some lame excuse, like they are worried about the enviroment, etc. It would be hilarious to see rich liberals have a taste of their own medicine, and pathetically try to squirm their way out of it.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t recall any prominent Republican ever standing up against Section 8 Housing and forced integration. George W Bush, Ronald Reagan and George Bush Sr were in office for a combined 20 years. They did NOTHING to stop this. Most of the section 8 housing was built in my former home town during Republican administrations, both presidential and gubernatorial. They did NOTHING to stop it. They encouraged it, if anything. Richard Nixon actually helped engineer all of this decay. Obama hates us and is trying to destroy our communities, but he had some help from Republicans…politicians who acted as if they were on our side. They’re all the same. If anyone can prove me wrong, I would welcome that. Please list any modern Republican you can think of who stood up against Section 8 housing.

  • GREAT WHITE OBSERVER

    Bill and Hillary Clinton and Gov Andrew Cuomo own homes in Westchester County, I guess they are going to have their lives enriched by some new and wonderful neighbor’s. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of people, the sad truth is that it will never happen to them and their ilk.

  • Anonymous

    8 — Shawn wrote at 9:28 PM on October 7:

    “You don’t even have to live in New York State to apply, so if you, or someone you know could use some government-subsidized housing, this could be an great opportunity.”

    The only problem is you will have to live with Blacks.

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    So true! I am “elderly” now and I sure could use section 8 since 80% of my check goes on rent. But, as you say, I have seen far too many apartments that take section 8 and they are full of gangs, blacks, mexicans, hmongs, etc. The apartment complexes become ghettos/barrios in a very short time. I USED to live in many of those complexes back in my working days (before the section 8 nonwhites started moving in). No one needs to tell me about what it is like to live around those people. I had to keep moving to get away from it all. Now I live in a decent place and that is WHY I have to pay most of my income on rent. No section 8 is allowed here. I just wish section 8 was ONLY for the elderly and the disabled who TRULY need it. We are the ones living in true poverty.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    GreatNorthWoods writes:

    Remember, These units aren’t built yet and mark my words, Westchester County will/is stonewalling, obfuscating and delaying this thing until Obama and company are gone, along with the political will to push this thing through.

    Affluent white northeast suburbs is where the $$$ and political power resides and they use it to fight back.

    You are right on the money, no Section 8 housing will ever be built there. They’ll take the lessons from the wealthy in California.

    In California, developers in wealthy areas (where THEY reside) have a choice to either “include” Section 8 or low-cost housing in their housing plans or pony up millions of dollars to a “low cost housing fund” to get out of any Section 8 mandates. They figure the small (to them) fine is well worth it to keep poor blacks and mexicans out of THEIR area and out of THEIR children’s schools.

    The wealthy also fund the campaigns of local city council members who have power over local zoning ordinances such as slow or no-grown plans or open space set asides.

    If they see a development on the horizon, they’ll contact politically powerful, zealous environmental groups (to which they donate large amounts) to agitate about “fragile environments” or “endangered species” (which may, in fact, be innocuous weeds, insects such as butterflies, snails or flies or 1/2″ non-native fish — all of which have stopped developments dead in their tracks). California has some of the most draconian environmental laws in the nation which can entangle a developer for decades as he’s forced to spend millions of dollars to fight each one in turn.

    For example, in wealthy Calabasas CA (from Wiki):

    Safeguarding the environment and the protection of open space has been a longstanding priority for the residents of Calabasas. Calabasas played a vital role in the 10-year battle to save Ahmanson Ranch, a 2,983 acres property in the Simi Hills in Ventura County nestled at the western edge of the San Fernando Valley, from development. The land was sold by Seattle-based Washington Mutual to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy in late 2003 for $150 million. Ahmanson Ranch is now known as the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve and is protected from further development.

    Extremely wealthy Santa Barbara, CA turned down a desalinization plant years ago, to keep the amount of city water severely limited. This stops development and keeps housing prices high. If one is a Santa Barbara elected official, try mentioning low cost housing or Section 8 around town and see if a recall petition against you hasn’t been mustered up by the following morning and your opponent’s war chest suddenly becomes flush with donations.

    As you stated, they’ll use their $$$ to fight back. (because it WORKS).

    Bon

  • Ben

    @ 13

    I would NOT pay to see that. While you may get some petty joy at seeing hypocrites have a taste of their own medicine, NOT everyone in Malibu is a Barbara Streisand.

    I love Malibu. I want it to keep it that way.

    Just keep that in mind.

  • Anonymous

    It was Richard Nixon who came up with section 8. Supposedly it was to break up the stranglehold the democrats had on the big cities of the big states that had all the electoral votes.

    The blacks would disperse to the suburbs and no longer be under the control of the reverends, Daleys, Kochs, Dinkins etc.

    Didn’t work out that way.

  • Frank

    My copy of the Constition must be out of date. I cannot find any authorization for this kind of activity. But then, BHO must know what he is doing.

  • Anonymous

    Why don’t they send the Section 8 tenants to go live in Bel Aire or Beverly Hills, with all the Hollywood types that love them so damned much?

    Hell, send them to Cape Cod. I am sure the Kennedys and their Liberal ilk will fall all over themselves when they hear who will be moving into the Neighborhood.

  • Anonymous

    To #14: The answer is Pat Buchanan and David Duke.

  • Anonymous

    I remember watching M*A*S*H years ago, and listening to Corporal Klinger doing whatever he could to get a Section 8 from Colonels Blake and Potter.

    In that Show, a Section 8 meant you were nuts.

  • Anonymous

    I am all white and on the waiting list for section 8 in my largely white rural area. Well, guess what anyone in the US can and does apply for section 8 anywhere it is open. This means I will have to wait another year because some blacks in the ghetto or mexicans in California are ahead of me. Also I know the ghetto blacks that have been moving in came here from other section 8 housing because they were accepting transfers, yes transfers and I live only one county away from a little Detroit of the North. I suggest everyone sign up and clog the waiting list. I am.

  • In the end, we are all victims

    @2 — Hirsch

    You served our country in the military, and return home to a neighborhood that has been devastated by Section 8. The insult is compounded by the fact that it is your Commander in Chief–a man who you would have obeyed to the extent of walking into certain death–who ordered this devastation of your neighborhood.

    My view: any presidential candidate who promises to eliminate Section 8 gets my vote. In my area it has destroyed both the schools and the property values. I not only have lost my chance of retiring at age 65 (my house is worth half what it was before the Section 8 apartment complexes began sprouting up), but–even worse–my kids are forced to attend schools with a sorry bunch of losers, who bully my son and make lewd comments to my daughters.

    Why is my government doing this to me?

  • Anonymous

    22 — Anonymous wrote at 8:23 PM on October 8:

    To #14: The answer is Pat Buchanan and David Duke.

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    For sure. I know I will not vote for anyone that does not have pro-White at the top of their list.

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    As for section 8. I feel that only seniors (who qualify by income) and the disabled should be the ONLY people that should get this help. NO WELFARE leeches OR immigrants, period. That would cut the cost of section 8 tremendously and cut off many of these blacks/browns from ever getting it who destroy whole neighborhoods and have kid after kid to stay on the dole. Most seniors worked their whole lives and paid all the taxes and now many have to live in poverty among these leeches and thugs.

  • Spartan

    If anyone told me twenty five years ago that the immediate south suburbs(Calumet City, Dolton, Riverdale, Burnham) of Chicago would resemble a war zone, I’d think they were nuts. I’ve seen many transitions compliments of section 8 Blacks, but the destrction of the south suburbs was probably the saddest of them all. Besides the crime, the saddest part was watching the mom and pop restaurants, ice cream parlors, bowling alleys, and comic book shop going out of business and being replaced with currency exchanges, payday loans, Shaniqua’s nail shop, and Chinese carry outs. I grew up in a white working class community that bordered these burbs. I was always in awe of the ammenities they had. It was always my dream to live in such communities. Now, I wouldn’t live there for free mainly because of the people that live there for free.

  • Howard W. Campbell

    I have a brother who lives in the Metro Atlanta area. The value of his home has dropped by at least 25% (if not more). In his neighborhood the people moving in are usually AA “government employees” who are chasing out the otherwise established residents. This is not section 8 per-Se; these are people bringing in otherwise nice salaries. Personally, I hope that if he becomes upside down that he would just mail the keys to the bank and make them deal with it. I have little sympathy for those banks that went along with these ridiculous schemes of the past few years.

    Prior to this house, he lived in an area where some developer built a bunch of “condo’s” across the street from the entrance to his subdivision. These were overpriced units that were only 900 sq ft. People in that area suspected that the developer was going to figure out a way to convert these to section 8 units. Then he would get in the good graces of whoever is in charge of dispersing inner city dregs to the hinterlands. I advised him to move out of Atlanta 10 years ago; whether he does that or not is his choice. He has pretty much decided that when and if they unload this house, he will just rent for a while.

    He complained that where I live, it snows too much. My response was: Snow lasts for a couple of months; the dregs of society are a 24/7/365 headache. I have a marketable skill that I can take anywhere. The wife however likes being within a couple of hours of her family. I am concerned that if I ever buy some land in rural Wyoming that HUD might feel the need to build section 8 on the parcel of land next to me. There might be something humorous about gang bangers trying to flash mob elk & buffalo.

  • Alexandra

    #13–Your post reminded me of yet another liberal hypocrisy.

    If they want to protect the environment, then why are they okay with half of Mexico coming over here and clogging up our roads with those low-riders and whatnot?

  • Chinh.

    I’m so grateful to live in a Chinese neighborhood- Section 8 will NEVER come to us because our neighborhood is already 80 percent ‘minority’- majority is Chinese with a sprinkling of Korean, Japanese, Indian, and white families. Liberals stay far, far away from us. Crime rate is non-existent- we can leave our doors unlocked and walk down the street at 1AM. Schools consistently score in the 95th percentile and above on standardized tests.

    If you whites are interested in safe neighborhoods with good schools without worrying about the wrath of section 8 and the thugs they bring into the neighborhood, consider moving to an Asian neighborhood if you live in city with a significant Asian population.

  • Sampson

    Anonymous #24

    I don’t know if you know this but local housing authorities do not have the right to limit the housing to local people. There have been court cases in which the judge decreed that the lists should be open to all people from everywhere. Hopefully, another local housing authority could try

    a new version of the attempted old rule, but instead of limiting subsidized housing to local people, I think that local people should at least get to go to the top of the list. That only seems fair. I wish someone who is on the side of right and fairness would do this and take it to court. They could argue that local residents have paid taxes their all their lives and have family and friends in town. This is a very humane sounding argument–preserving a sense of community. You know, how the left is always pretending that they have humanitarian concerns when they are really taking a wrecking ball to society, well by not totally excluding outsiders but simply putting local people at the top of the list, it would keep out most of the outside trouble makers. I wish we had more people with organization. Judicial Watch might be a good organization to try, they have taken cases to court and won.

  • Sampson

    #24

    Guess what I just found on Judicial Watch? Our tax money is going to help find subsidized housing for illegal aliens.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2011/oct/649k-recruit-foreigners-public-housing

  • Anonymous

    Bon, thank you for the information on Santa Barbara. I can afford to retire to Santa Barbara. I thougth a small house downtown. I have been worried about the hispanic household help and restaurant employees.

    Get enough of them and their thug children and a city can be destroyed. But since Santa Barbara does not tolerate section 8

    I will definitely consider it.

    I have been emailing realtors around California. I found that they can respond to carefully worded inquiries about section 8.

    They cannot make any mention of race, but they can tell you whether or not there are or will be section 8 housing in any one city.

  • American Cowboy

    Mark wrote at 12:35 AM on October 8:

    “A good strategy may be for like minded individuals to pool their resources and move a particularly well qualified “family” into the blue bloods neighborhood.”

    A great idea, a non profit Amren corporation helping poor ghetto-ites move to their white supporters neighborhood. A win win all the way around. Tax deductions for the contributions and sticking it the liberal hypocrites at the same time. Hell, the Feds may even throw in a HUD grant.

  • Mike

    If you are white and want a chance at winning this lottery.

    I don’t know how they can call it a lottery when they will go through the applications and hand pick those to be blessed.

    But anyhow use your correct last name but for your first name list something like, Tyreese, DeVonte, or even LaDonte will works or pick your own, just don’t write down names like Bill, Mike, Larry

  • (AWG) Average White Guy

    It’s a sad fact that the black community, with few exceptions, needs to be subsidized to survive. Otherwise, it will quickly morf back into the shanty cultures of Haiti and Africa.

    I would be in favor of housing for low-income blacks, providing some contingents were satisfied.

    1. To qualify, those living in the housing development were required to be neutered.

    1. Or, the housing was built in sub-Saharan Africa where participants’ citizenship was revoked and they were disallowed from re-entry.

  • Fritz

    I’m experiencing first the affects of Sec. 8 housing in my forerly White/Hispanic suburb of Chicago. As they have been tearing down the “affordable housing” built for Blacks in the 60s/70s in Chicago, they are moving the inhabitants that destroyed those places, to the burbs where they will work their magic on nieghborhoods like mine. Maybe someday in the future we will have a president who will compensate Whites for the ravages we’ll have suffered from affirmative action, welfare, and this whole anti-White crusade we’ve been engaged in, but I’m afraid if it happens at all, it will take a dictator to fix this mess.

  • Anonymous

    I found myself in a mostly asian neighborhood some years ago. As poster #30 states, it is relatively safe. It was actually working class italian, irish and jewish up until about 15 years ago, when the explosion of immigration from asia really took root here. Now I am the only white face for three blocks in any direction. Really weird if you ask me.

    There is some section 8 about ten blocks away, and sometimes those blacks maraud in the neighborhood.

    But while it may be ‘safe’ on the surface, there is a wide network of chinese gangs that my chinese neighbors always mention. They operate below the surface, being smarter about their crime than blacks and browns.

    It may have the veneer of safety, but still I despair every day when I look around and feel as if I am in a foreign country. And I am not even old yet! What will the next fifty years do to my once great country?

  • Mr.White

    33 — Anonymous wrote at 6:36 PM on October 9:

    Bon, thank you for the information on Santa Barbara. I can afford to retire to Santa Barbara. I thougth a small house downtown. I have been worried about the hispanic household help and restaurant employees.

    Get enough of them and their thug children and a city can be destroyed. But since Santa Barbara does not tolerate section 8

    I will definitely consider it.

    I have been emailing realtors around California. I found that they can respond to carefully worded inquiries about section 8.

    They cannot make any mention of race, but they can tell you whether or not there are or will be section 8 housing in any one city.

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    I was in Santa Barbara two weeks ago. There were homeless vagrants EVERYWHERE downtown. Saw plenty of mestizos too!

    BTW…Santa Barbara has “affordable housing” as well as Section 8. Here is the link http://www.hacsb.org/cm/Home.html.

    I wonder if this affordable housing is attracting the homeless in such large numbers.

    Santa Barbara needs to clean up its city because it’s turning into skid row El Norte.

  • Anonymous

    32 — Sampson wrote at 6:12 PM on October 9:

    #24

    Guess what I just found on Judicial Watch? Our tax money is going to help find subsidized housing for illegal aliens.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2011/oct/649k-recruit-foreigners-public-housing

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    That is true. HUD usually will never admit it but it is true. I read the LA Times one day a couple of years ago and the writer had investigated and found that the illegals were getting Section 8! The LA TIMES!!! They said they found 20 or more illegals living in these expensive homes under section 8.

  • Paleface 6

    Suppose Section 8 was repealed tomorrow. Who here thinks the former recipients would move out peacefully? They’d trash the place (or finish the job), or burn them down. And probably do the same to their neighbors’ houses out of spite.

    I fear I will see Civil War II in my lifetime.

  • Anonymous

    Sampson #31: You can also try the American Center for Law and Justice, or ACLJ, the United States Justice Foundation, and The Thomas More Law Center.

    It’s time to use their laws to defeat them.

  • Anonymous

    Sampson #31: I was remiss in forgetting to mention The Institute for Justice. They took on some hard hitting cases.

  • Anonymous

    #42: If we move those former Section 8 Housing residents out of their homes, once that insane law is repealed, we could do it the same way we moved out entire Japanese Neighborhoods, to relocation Camps, after Pearl Harbor; under armed guard.

    Many of their Neighbors are armed, so it is probably a good idea to leave their property alone. Comprende?

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Saw plenty of mestizos too!

    The mestizos ride in on buses from outlying areas, in no way can they afford SB’s exorbitant housing prices:

    This beautiful City exacts a high price from those who live here. Housing costs are among the highest in the nation, and vacancy rates are among the lowest. The gap between incomes and housing costs is great. 25,000-35,000 commute to and from Santa Barbara long distances from less expensive housing in outlying areas

    The housing stock in Santa Barbara is severely limited due to water restrictions and activist city dwellers. Section 8 is in existing housing only, only 1,000 units, 700 of which are contained in one area of the city.

    Sept, 2011:

    Santa Barbara has less than 1,000 affordable housing units, and a waiting list of between 4,000 and 5,000 families who can’t afford market-rate homes. The list is so long that it was officially closed in July of 2009. Though the county is aware of its housing needs, no plan to address the problem is forthcoming.

    Goleta, a bit north of Santa Barbara, fights affordable housing as well. After contentious city council meetings pitting Section 8 advocates against city dwellers:

    Sept 20, 2011:

    The latest attempt to develop 240 acres of open space in the middle of Goleta met with total defeat on Tuesday night, as the Goleta City Council voted unanimously to deny studying whether Bishop Ranch should be rezoned from fallow farmland to a bustling suburbia.

    Just trying to protect their community from gangs, graffiti, drugs, rotten schools and other problems brought in by mestizos and blacks. They said they didn’t want their city to turn into San Bernadino. Can’t say I blame them.

    BTW: Your link didn’t work.

    Bon