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On the mark and the worst of these States is New Jersey
which will loose 2 more congress critters in 2020.
Hey Jersey, can you say Vermont (3 EC votes)!
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I just don't understand why people let there ass over load there mouth.

“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority; still more when you superadd the tendency of the certainty of corruption by authority.”

-Lord Acton
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I would think there would be more.  As they book out so do the jobs. 

The problem, they will be taking the Blue way of doing thing into the Red states as they always do.

How long before California bans rich people from leaving?
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Conservative economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore are predicting a new mass exodus of wealth from New York and California because of the new tax law. But academics who have studied taxes and migration call the forecast "pure nonsense."

In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal headlined "So Long, California. Sayonara, New York," Laffer and Moore (who have both advised President Donald Trump) say the new tax bill will cause a net 800,000 people to move out of California and New York over the next three years.

The tax changes limit the deduction of state and local taxes to $10,000, so many high-earning taxpayers in high-tax states will actually face a tax increase under the new tax code.

Laffer and Moore say that the effective income-tax rate (what people actually pay) for high earners in California will jump from 8.5 percent to 13 percent. Wealthy Manhattanites would face a similar increase, they say. Those who make $10 million or more will see a potential tax hike of 50 percent or more, according to their analysis.

Those hikes, they say, will cause an exodus of residents to move to lower or no-income tax states.

"In years to come, millions of people, thousands of businesses and tens of billions of dollars of net income will flee high-tax blue states for low-tax red states," they said. They say 800,000 people will move from California and New York over the next three years. Connecticut, New Jersey and Minnesota will lose a combined 500,000 people over the same period.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/26/800000-people-are-about-to-flee-new-york-california-because-of-taxes.html

Libs blame the tax cuts but they should blame themselves for taxing people so much they have to flee the state. It's a sort of monetary colonic.

I would think there would be more.  As they book out so do the jobs. 

The problem, they will be taking the Blue way of doing thing into the Red states as they always do.
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The Living Room / Re: I have 3 cats
« Last post by walkstall on Today at 06:50:50 PM »
This thread is useless without pics of cats.

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Conservative economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore are predicting a new mass exodus of wealth from New York and California because of the new tax law. But academics who have studied taxes and migration call the forecast "pure nonsense."

In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal headlined "So Long, California. Sayonara, New York," Laffer and Moore (who have both advised President Donald Trump) say the new tax bill will cause a net 800,000 people to move out of California and New York over the next three years.

The tax changes limit the deduction of state and local taxes to $10,000, so many high-earning taxpayers in high-tax states will actually face a tax increase under the new tax code.

Laffer and Moore say that the effective income-tax rate (what people actually pay) for high earners in California will jump from 8.5 percent to 13 percent. Wealthy Manhattanites would face a similar increase, they say. Those who make $10 million or more will see a potential tax hike of 50 percent or more, according to their analysis.

Those hikes, they say, will cause an exodus of residents to move to lower or no-income tax states.

"In years to come, millions of people, thousands of businesses and tens of billions of dollars of net income will flee high-tax blue states for low-tax red states," they said. They say 800,000 people will move from California and New York over the next three years. Connecticut, New Jersey and Minnesota will lose a combined 500,000 people over the same period.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/26/800000-people-are-about-to-flee-new-york-california-because-of-taxes.html

Libs blame the tax cuts but they should blame themselves for taxing people so much they have to flee the state. It's a sort of monetary colonic.
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The Living Room / Re: I have 3 cats
« Last post by Sick Of Silence on Today at 06:40:00 PM »
This thread is useless without pics of cats.
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I work for the Port Authority! Do you know who I am?

Yeah, unemployed.


I just don't understand why people let there ass over load there mouth.
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The Living Room / Re: I have 3 cats
« Last post by walkstall on Today at 06:27:19 PM »
Never heard of that cat befor?


snip~
Feral kittens are those born to untamed mothers. These kittens may be anywhere -- out in the country, in a suburban backyard or a city street. While taming an adult feral is a difficult if not impossible task, feral kittens can grow up to be tame cats if socialized promptly
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I work for the Port Authority! Do you know who I am?

Yeah, unemployed.
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