Texas governor Rick Perry is targeting California businesses

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by hughb, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. hughb

    hughb

  2. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    Good for Perry. Smart.

    Truth be told, lots of governors do this. But it's kinda hard to attract a business to Illinois or California. I mean, what do you have to offer?
     
  3. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    High taxes?
     

  4. I see your little buddy tsing is still clueless .Maybe one day he will figure out why CA and IL have 2 out of the 5 biggest economies in the country



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  5. I love Rick,God bless the little fellow :)


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  6. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    And Texas and Florida have 2 of the other 5 according to your chart. They have NO state income taxes. So what's your point, dopey?

    Maybe YOU can explain why California is losing people, most of them taxpayers to states like Texas and Florida (which gains primarily from another liberal bastion of "hope" (New York).

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    Of course, you'll continue to hide behind your ignore function instead of engage in difficult debates.

    Lucrum, mind quoting this, please, so the resident forum troll can see it?
     
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  8. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    His "point", why trolling of course. That along with perpetuating his own delusion that all things democrap are good and all things republican are bad.
     
  9. Lucrum

    Lucrum

    NO, you love trolling ET's P&R forum.
     
  10. So AK47 has you on ignore now? Just like that coward Ricter who goes around spouting his Krugman-ism's.

    In the past, I thought that Ak had the good sense to just copy and paste liberal talking points, in between his creepy obsession with grouping together dozens of quotes and posting them repeatedly (in case anyone doubted that he spends all day and night obsessing on this site). But now that he is trying to debate economics I can only laugh. The guy is so far out of his element, it's almost pathetic.

    To try and even argue in favor of Illinois and California and their business climate is patently absurd. Both states are the bottom of the barrel for credit ratings and are failed experiments in liberalism "gone wild".
     
    #10     Feb 6, 2013