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Michael Ramirez for November 06, 2017

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    rbmumsie  about 4 years ago

    As a native Californian, the higher tax is worth it.

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    RAGs  about 4 years ago

    The republicans want to cut support for the states, and punish those who try to make up the difference.

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    "It's the End of the World!!!" Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Democrats rarely, if ever, believe in cutting taxes. Both parties, in general, seem to be against reducing the size of government, cutting redundancies, streamlining anything, or going after fraud, waste, or abuse in the government or those dealing with it at the state or federal level.

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    Sadandconfused9  about 4 years ago

    Maybe Democrats don’t believe in making tax cuts simply to increase tax cuts for the rich to increase their profits. Maybe spending cuts to humanitarian programs, educational programs, infrastructure programs, even Medicare and Medicaid programs, are not the best places to be taking the money to make up for the tax cuts for the rich. Maybe cutting spending on larger military budgets would be a better economy for the country as a whole. Maybe?

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    DonnyTwoScoops  about 4 years ago

    But Trump will take the $31 million bump that the GOP tax plan gives him next year to the bank.

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    DrDon1  about 4 years ago

    If a state’s citizens want certain services and are willing to pay for them, so be it!

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    Fembly  about 4 years ago

    They can’t cut the state income tax rate. They have too many GD SEIU pensions to pay for. The famn dool Femocrats have finally run up against the “somebody else’s money got all used up” wall. The state is run by certifiable innumerate idiots.{+_+}

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Want CA to be a paradise like KS.

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    AmericanPie  about 4 years ago

    NEEDACHUCKLE – Kansas IS a paradise. It’s got room to breath and move around, not like the beehives in CA.

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    twclix Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Oh “jlocke” you’re such a card! You can’t stand the truth, can you? California is thriving and Kansas is dying. Tax policy is only one part of it, but it is a particularly instructive part for those challenged by reality. Facts matter. Maybe not for you, but for reality-based people, facts matter.

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    Striped Cat  about 4 years ago

    ^State with an extreme budgetary crises or a beehive of activity? I would pick beehive of activity.

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    streetbeater  about 4 years ago

    Hmmm. California has high taxes AND the largest and healthiest economy of the 50 states. Kansas radically lowered their taxes and ran their economy into the ground and the state into massive debt. Tell me again Mr. Republican about your economic theories?

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    AmericanPie  about 4 years ago

    I guess that depends on what you call “thriving”. Kansas has its ups and downs (as do all states) but the people are still free to breath and move around while coastal CA is still jammed to the gills in their “thriving” warrens (when they aren’t quaking or burning). You just measure things differently than we do in the country and think you’ve found truth.

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    pantograph  about 4 years ago

    As a senior, my California taxes are almost zero, since they don’t tax my Social Security like the Feds. Sadly, for younger Californians, the state has to make up for the excess per capita federal taxes flowing to states like South Carolina, which receives $7.87 in federal money for every dollar their citizens pay to the IRS.

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