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California Should Not Sell The Valuable San Quinton Island Real Estate San Quinton Prison Island is now closed and yet that very valuable real estate may be for sale in the near future, as the government is way over budget and really needs the money. This island is a great asset, and should not be sold at the bottom of the market, but then again politicians and bureaucrats never were very good at business decisions. There are many good reasons not to sell that property, for instance, here is one a comedian recently brought up during his quick skit and comedy routine; "The politicians might need it to get away from the angry mobs if they keep spending our state into oblivion. The Island would be a great strategic defensive position to hold in the case of riots by the people or if the society and civilization collapses due to inept California Leadership?" Interestingly enough, this makes great sense, in fact, that might be a very good screen play for Hollywood. Crazier things have happened in history as nation-states collapse. And San Francisco has been likened to a Socialist Republic all of its own. Now the question is how much could the State of California get for that real estate right now? Some believe it would be well into the tens of Billions, others say not, but all agree if the State of California waits and sells it later when the real estate market regains its highs, that it could easily be in the 100s of Billions of Dollars and that is a lot of money. Money the State of California desperately needs. Think on this. Sherman oaks real estate