Sunday, May 13, 2007 | Now the big brains at Forbes claim that homes in San Diego are “over-priced.”

Gee. So is Forbes.

As for high home prices, why don’t, say, about a million and a half people just pack up and leave?

Would the freeways drive better? Yes. Would the air be cleaner? Yes. How about crowding in schools? And what about the growing ‘population bubble’ of ill-skilled, poorly educated workers?

Wow! There would be a lot of benefits. Housing prices would surely go down.

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