I was doing some research last night and visited the official site for the California State Government. I noticed something a bit "funny" so started viewing the source code and was pretty amazed by what I saw.
You're going to want to visit http://www.ca.gov/ but you'll have to be quick they have a meta refresh running with a zero second time interval. Take a look at those meta keywords
<meta http-equiv="Keywords" content="Campsites, Camping, State Phone Directory, Tax Refunds, California, Welcome to California, My California, MyCalifornia, MyCA, Government, Welcome to CA, Business, Safety, Health, Health & Safety, History & Culture, History, Culture, Travel, Tourism, Vacation, DMV, DMV appointments, DMV registration, Vehicle Registration, Car Registration, State of California, California Facts, Governor, Governor Gray Davis, Training, Education, Consumers, Families, Family, Social Services, California Consumers, Labor, Environment, Transportation, Commute, Highways, Natural Resources, Professional Licenses, Lottery, Weather, State Parks, Agriculture, Emergency Services, Employee Resources, Financial, Health Care, Housing, Insurance, Legal, Public Safety, Technology, Silicon Valley, Golden State, Veterans, Working, Tax, Outdoors, natural, recycling, officials, governor, traveling, tax form, tax information, disaster, relief, assistance, disabled, schools, schooling, learning, living, driving, press, media, student, visitor, moving, resident, Californian, State Employee, official ">
Holy cow talk about a text book definition of meta keyword stuffing. It is kind of funny what you can get away with on a .gov PR8 website. In case you missed it looks like this one's been running for a while Gray Davis hasn't been Governor of for over 2 years now. When you bounce forward be sure to take notice of the blue on blue text on the top navigation bar as well.