ANSWERS: 6
  • I think there must be some kind of gas over there from all the earthquakes that has impaired the minds of those people! They can't seem to think logically! How do they justify a water shortage with their entire coastline up against an ocean?!!!
    • Archie Bunker
      Cali should secede. I don't think too many people would have a problem with that.
  • I think that it is a good idea that there is at least one woman involved in the finance of any company or household. Women have the ability to budget probably better than a man so what's a good idea
  • I don't believe it. . . Such a law violates basic legal rights. . . For example: what if I wanted my company to become publicly traded? I'd have to hire a woman...just because she's a woman? That doesn't make sense. I don't believe that there is such a law.
  • Every State has the Constitutional Right to govern its state-wide laws. Right now, it appears that CA treats its women a lot better than TX does. You want CA to secede? What a stupid, short-sighted thing to say. You'd better first check with all your rural Red States, who get billions of Federal Dollars annually from California - the 5th Largest Economy on Planet Earth. A lot of your precious inbred Red States would fiscally collapse without the annual Federal Aid they get from California's Federal Tax revenue that gets redistributed to them... CA is singularly responsible for approx 15% of the entire US GDP.
  • If companies (and government) hired based on qualifications and not any and all other standards, there wouldn't be this problem. As it stands, the best chance of being hired is to be some kind of "token" - whether it be gender or ethnicity or whatever else you can think of that gives a person an advantage. Under these prerequisites, having experience at a position is less important than having the right "card" to play. People wonder why California and the rest of the country is so messed up. Gee...
    • Chicagoan
      Imagine the job offers you'd get if wearing a TINFOIL HAT was all it took to get a job...
  • Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! I am a lifelong resident of California, and I am proud that such a law was passed.

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