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Land of fruits and nuts: legislator proposes banning single adults from being allowed to go to public parks

Land of fruits and nuts: legislator proposes banning single adults from being allowed to go to public parks

As well known radio show host Michael Savage famously attests to, liberalism is a mental disorder.  And in a new ordinance proposal from a lawmaker out in California that seeks to ban single adults from being allowed to go to public parks out of some fantastical belief that all non-married individuals over the age of 18 are either pedophiles or junkies, validation of the mental state of liberals in general seems to no longer be in question.

A Los Angeles city councilman provoked harsh criticism this week when he proposed a new city motion to ban single adults from parks and playgrounds.

As local outlet KTLA reports:

If you are in a playground without a child and you’re not a guardian, you’re not allowed there.”

This proposed ban, introduced by L.A. city council member Mitch O’Farrell, would apply to individuals who go to the park to exercise. KTLA reporter Christina Pascucci, who filmed her story at a local park, motions to a man exercising near the edge the playground, explaining that “according to this new motion, that would not be allowed because he is not with any kids.”

Pascucci describes the details of the proposed policy:

How is a playground area defined? Play areas and city parks are delineated by a perimeter, whether it’s sand, shrubs, a gate or a fence, and these areas would be clearly marked with signage stating the limited access — and you could be ticketed if you’re within that area.”

O’Farrell claims his motion is intended to address complaints from his Hollywood constituents that individuals are selling drugs in public parks, which endangers children. – The Anti-Media

It is ironic that lawmakers in the state of California have wasted valuable amounts of time pushing through any number of absurd new laws set to commence on January 1st when the state is under inordinate pressures in their budget and pension shortfalls.  In fact entering into 2017, state and local budget deficiencies are now in the range of $443 billion, which is 25% of their annual GDP, and 250% of their annual $171 billion budget.

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At the rate California legislators are destroying the social and economic structures of their state, it would not be surprising if every normal family unit, and every company or corporation finds itself leaving the state en masse, especially as calls for secession rise up following election of Donald Trump as President.  But the real question that might have to be asked a decade from now is not how many single adults are refraining from visiting local parks and public areas, but how many of these individuals no longer live in California where they used to provide tax revenues to an insolvent and bankrupt government.

Kenneth Schortgen Jr is a writer for The Daily Economist, Secretsofthefed.comRoguemoney.net, and Viral Liberty, and hosts the popular youtube podcast on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Ken can also be heard Wednesday afternoons giving an weekly economic report on the Angel Clark radio show.

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