Prager: What’s the difference between California voters and the passengers on the Titanic?

The passengers on the Titanic didn’t vote to hit the iceberg.

The outrage of November 2 places the inexorable destruction of California squarely on the shoulders of its irresponsible electorate.

Those who believe in individual responsibility, the free market, and personal liberty are a minority in California. We greet each other as Americans would greet each other meeting in a foreign country.

We watch as one of the greatest places in the world — with its extraordinary natural beauty, almost uniquely beautiful weather, and agricultural abundance — wastes all of this as a result of having become a left-wing experiment. What is particularly saddening is to see a state whose success was achieved because it was a mecca for the adventurous in spirit do everything possible to crush that spirit and drive away those who have it.

Read the entire piece at National Review Online.

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