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Old 02-12-2018, 04:30 PM
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If you can't be bothered with reading comprehension, I won't bother with a reply...
It appears to me my sarcasm is a little bit over somebody's head.
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It was a joke. But I hear you. I don't think excessive immigration is as big of a problem as its made out to be. Most immigrants come here to work. And I beileve the stats show that the taxes they pay into the system outweigh any benefits they get.

However you might describe laws designed to protect workers, they don't seem to stop businesses from coming to California. Neither do the higher taxes. I will give that that there is luck involved, people want to live in fair weather places. But as the population grows so does the cost of government. Yes it's cheaper to live in Tennessee, but you won't find the amount of high paying jobs that California has to offer.

And that's the problem, yes California has great high paying jobs, even for low and unskilled workers, but the cost of living can be so high in places that it can negate those positives for a lot of people. However, I don't see much of a difference, sure Tennessee may cost less to live, but you will be making less and have less job opportunities. So in the end who is really better off?

But we are getting back to income inequality again. Rich get richer and permanent tax breaks, while everyone else gets the scraps left out.


We are on the same side beileve it or not. We just disagree on the small details. You mentioned New Jersey, you can't blame immigrants for the high cost of living there. And obviously if the laws were so anti business that they couldn't make a profit they wouldn't be paying twice as much as they do in tennessee. So what's the answer? I don't know. I'm not an economist, I just say what makes sense to me. So tell me where I'm wrong. But if we work togethor we could figure it out I'm sure. Like I said we are on the same side.
There you go again! You know the ONLY reason us working schmucks tax cuts are NOT permanent is because of the flipping democrats wouldn't vote for Trumps tax cuts and he needed 60 votes.
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There you go again! You know the ONLY reason us working schmucks tax cuts are NOT permanent is because of the flipping democrats wouldn't vote for Trumps tax cuts and he needed 60 votes.
Perhaps he doesn't know. Until now.

Like the poison pills in the Democrat's "memo, It's the political gamesmanship.

Thanks for reminding us.
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Perhaps he doesn't know. Until now.

Like the poison pills in the Democrat's "memo, It's the political gamesmanship.

Thanks for reminding us.
Yes, how soon we forget! We need the right out there everyday reminding us ( and the left ) about that.
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