Have you ever noticed

that some states, historically have 'psuedo-federal' legislatures, judiciaries, and government executives?

California has both its own state senate and its own state congress, as well as representatives in the federal house of congress and federal US Senate. Both the California Senate and California Congress are fricking huge, and they all pull huge salaries as well.

You think maybe its just California, but NY has its own 'supreme' court, and don't even talk about executive offices of states like Texas and Georgia.

Its almost as if certain state bodies intend on stepping in as a substitute for the federal government should the need arise, or that maybe they have plans to actively REPLACE those existing federal institutions.

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  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    ? You mean literally every state. From literally day 1 of the US? The state legislature and courts are the originals. The federal ones came after. The state ones create state laws and the state courts rule on state laws. What spastic shit are you going on about?

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      I'm saying that some state organizations are in a position to challenge the federal government. You see localizations like this all throughout history, like Chicago politics, New York and Philidelphia, were all the political power is concentrated in the hands a certain region within the united states, outside of where it claims it lies.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        There are strong state organizations indeed. In fact, we've seen over the past 40 years the rise of the moronic West Coast tech complex who think that if we have twenty percent more crippled black union-busters the people won't try to vote their quislings out or just pollute their money trough enough they have to change their ways.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          Black union busters? Wtf are you talking about why would wear coast tech try bust unions. They have the highest paid labor force on the planet they are in zero risk of unions being created at their companies.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            lol, right.
            programmers don't unionize because they are spineless pigs, they get treated like dogshit and they take it cause they live their lives like whipped dogs.

            I rather be busting concrete than go back to working with computers.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Ya making 250k out of college in a cush office, with unlimited PTO is worked like a dog. Your moronic, and your personal experience working a shit job for a shit company isn't how big tech, not whatever shit job you had works.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            give me a break man, no one with a CS degree from a 4 year is making more than 60 k out the gate, more like 40 at 'entry level' positions with frozen wages that barely keep up with inflation.

            Programming is the biggest fricking scam industry, they promise you 100k starting, phd's don't even clear 80k a year in this field.

            Its all frat bro 2 degrees of seperation nonsense, its a literal fricking aristocracy of tech moguls and their fricking social circus of sycophants and posuers.

            We are in the 'Andy Warhol' stage of tech.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Its fricking amazing to me that we are getting paid the same wage as programmers as we were getting paid by IBM in the 1980s, 40k a fricking year. That is what unchecked migration does to a first world economy.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Go look on dice right now you will find help desk positions for more money than that. Not even a programmer/dev.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            maybe in fricking fantasy land where you can afford to pay a fast food worker 20 dollars an hour minimum wage, or in the cities, where you make twice as much and pay three times as much. Not everybody lives in an inflation ridden urban ghetto, some people have to actually accept out of state currency despite having a functioning economy.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Wtf are you bableing about currency. And the whole conversation was started by you talking about Westcoast tech making black union busters. We are only talking about west coast tech. So bay area and greater Seattle. That west coast tech. I don't care how much you are paid to make websites for some flyover states corn dog stands. I didn't start this schizo argument.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            no they aren't.
            Trades people make comparable and often slightly better wages with as private contractors, and auto workers can expect to make about twice as much in a lifetime off their inflated union wages as the average programmer in silicon valley.

            Are you fricking delusional. I have friends who made that without a degree just a boot camp. People at 10yrs experience making 600k+ I wasn't even a programmer just IT and my first job with no degree was 65k. Also find me the auto worker making 600k after 10 years. You guys are high. And yes trades acrually can, but 99% do not. It matters enormously where you live and what's hot at the moment. There are no stats that support your delusions. O and half the auto workers are even unionized only the US company ones are. I think 1 foriegn one just lost a union vote and will have to pay a living wage.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            people who work in aviation typically make 2 to 3 times more money than computer programmers in entry level positions. The only fricking 'singularity' the tech industry is experience is a fricking economic implosion.

            The quality of education amongst 4 year STEM candidates gets worse every year.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            And there are a tenth the aviation engineers as software devs. It's not a large enough group to matter. Tech made the Bay area titanic ally wealthy. It made a 2bedroom 1000sq ft home cost 1.5 mil in the suburbs. The CEO's aren't loving those houses that's normal employees and they can afford them. That's how the price got that high. Like Boeing had a big effect on Seattle area but not larger than Microsoft and tech. The numbers just don't exist for aviation.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            They are all fricking confidence men and hucksters, they are trying to pawn off their brain dead inventions at TED talks like a garage sale. The tech industry is running its braintrust like its a fricking swapmeet, every single one of them is a hustler, borderline criminal fraud, silicon valley is so sleazy it might as well have a sign over the area that says 'cash only'

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            The only difference between a TED talk and a QVC program is that QVC actually gives you something in return for your money.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Ted talks are on YouTube for free.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            >highest paid labor force on the planet
            Hello, time traveler. Assad wins, Overwatch dies, Windows 8 is not the worst it gets, and watch out for that rascally RedPanels; he's a bad egg.

            In all seriousness it's not them needing union busters, I was going for that they cloak anti-worker (and anti-small business) initiatives in mealy-mouthed socially liberal pro-diversity when the best way to make a socially liberal and pro-diversity society is to fix the economic problems faced by the majority.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            You mean like hiring ESL immigrants who trained on windows 95 at third world wages to displace (white) programmers?

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Yes absolutely. But schizoing out against non existent Google anti union efforts is moronic. O and yes they are the highest paid labor force in history

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            no they aren't.
            Trades people make comparable and often slightly better wages with as private contractors, and auto workers can expect to make about twice as much in a lifetime off their inflated union wages as the average programmer in silicon valley.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Wtf are you talking about. Chicago machine politics existed because Chicago like new York was a large powerful city with a huge population that exerted local state level power your entire thesis is based on normal shit. Like London is super influential in the UK because it has a quarter of the countries population and half its fricking money. This is normal across all of society. And nothing to do with challenging federal power.

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >Its almost as if certain state bodies intend on stepping in as a substitute for the federal government should the need arise, or that maybe they have plans to actively REPLACE those existing federal institutions.

    one can dream

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    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      mo money mo problems man

      i'm discussing politics in historical context you fascist prick

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