Michael Ramirez for November 26, 2012

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    ninety_nine_percent  over 10 years ago

    That is why raising taxes should be a federal activity, not a state activity.

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    msgreymare  over 10 years ago

    ReFlex-76, don’t judge all of Texas by the Houston area. Just as you can’t judge all of California by the L.A. area.

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    trm  over 10 years ago

    @ReFlex-76:" let’s see how long they put up with the filthy air and water."You really should visit Texas sometime. It’s not at all like the descriptions you’re reading on the Daily KOokS.

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 10 years ago

    “Whatshername said of California that there is no There, there.”

    Technically, Gertrude Stein (thatshername) was specifically speaking about Oakland, her hometown. Just sayin’.

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    ninety_nine_percent  over 10 years ago

    It’s the best “divide and conquer” strategy the radical rich (and the GOP) have come up with yet. Most middle class Americans don’t realize that “state’s rights” is a code phrase for: lousy jobs, bad roads, terrible schools, and below average medical care.

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    Kallaeum  over 10 years ago

    ninety_nine_percentStates rights simply means that states make decisions instead of the government. Basically, Massachusetts can institute a Healthcare plan if they want to, and Texas could care less. Are the liberals suddenly afraid the majority of the states no longer agree with them? Can the Democrats overcome political apathy just long enough to get Obama re-elected?Dredpiraterobt$Right to work allows employees to leave a union if they wish to. Some conservatives do want to abolish unions, but ultimately, freedom to leave or join a union is much better than either being forced into or out of a union.

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    braindead Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Whatshername said of California that there is no There, there.-Gertrude Stein. And she said it about Oakland, where she grew up. -If she had been a baseball fan, her most famous quote might have been different.

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    Newshound41  over 10 years ago


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    nos.nevets  over 10 years ago

    The Californians VOTED to raise taxes, didn’t they?

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    Libertarian1  over 10 years ago

    It is so amazing how people feel free to comment without having any basic knowledge. Read the US Constitution, the Federalist papers, the Declaration of Independence. We were formed as 13 (now 50) separate independent states each with all the power the Federal government now has. 50 laboratories to determine competitively what is best. Read Article 1 Section 8. All the powers are retained by the states and the Federal government only has limited enumerated powers.What you want is not our US but a future Greece. BTW, California can balance its budget if it simply cut government union salaries and benefits. They haven’t been touched.

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