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California not taking part in enhanced U.S. border security operation

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So the Guard is being used for housework. How's that fit in with the fire teams running and gunning image Trump apologists imagined?

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I would have been floor smashed if they did. And now to other real breaking news of today....

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States rights, Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha,

Suck on it, Repubs!

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As long as Orange County keeps the real estate prices up and push against sanctuary cities they don’t have to worry about the rest of California becoming the largest 3rd world state.

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Blame it on California, as usual. Look at previous state deployments of their national guards such as then-Texas Gov. Perry and you'll find similar restrictions.

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Blame it on California, as usual. Look at previous state deployments of their national guards such as then-Texas Gov. Perry and you'll find similar restrictions.

Not anywhere near California. Again, had they’d sent troops down to the border, I would have been blown away, but we are talking about Jerry Brown, come on now...

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Hilarious to read people saying CA won't send the Guard when Beown has already agreed.

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Can't forget folks, it's the GOPers who are always advocating less Federal Gubmint and sending more control back to the states.

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Where does California get its cheap labor making it the worlds 10th biggest economy?

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Jerry Brown vs Donald Trump --- LOL! Trump's strategy: call Brown names, be snarky, racist and nasty. Brown's strategy: apply intellect, reason, and good governance to represent of all of California. Sounds to me like Trump is out gunned -- again!

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Tommy Jones - Hilarious to read people saying CA won't send the Guard when Beown has already agreed.

Apparently, "Beown" has changed his mind.

The state of California has opted not to take part in the Trump administration's effort to send National Guard troops to the country's southern border with Mexico, a Defense Department official said on Monday.

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