I'm sick, sick, sick of California's answer to budget woes.
In the '60's there were about 10 million Californians.
Now there are almost 40 million. Unfortunately, we have an equal amount of deadbeats in that increase.
One could always LEAVE California and move to another fine U.S. state!
>>I’m sick, sick, sick of California’s answer to budget woes. <<
That is why I departed, departed, departed after living my whole life in California. I won’t stay where I am reviled and robbed, which is how California treats those of us who work hard to make a decent living (I took my 6 figure income with me).
I am a proud Texan — join us!
posted on 04/17/2012 2:38:22 PM PDT
('RETRO' Abortions = performed on 84th trimester individuals who think killing babies is a "right.")
Most of the Californians who voted for Prop 13 and for Ronald Reagan are dead or have moved out. They have been replaced by illegal aliens and their spawn. The schools are run by commies. The brain washed electorate will vote to raise other peoples taxes. The sooner that California defaults the better.
posted on 04/17/2012 2:49:21 PM PDT
by forgotten man
Well, just so long as they say it's a cigarette tax, there's plenty of Freepers who'll support the proposition. They just need to slip something in there about ‘In hopes to get the message across, we are assessing every Californian the tax for 18 cartons of cigarettes.’ There - the unions and politicians can continue embezzling from the people of California, and those who love Mommy Government can ‘strike another blow’ against evil tobacco.
posted on 04/17/2012 3:05:29 PM PDT
(Everything starts with slashing the size and scope of the federal government.)
Me too! Not only are the taxes in the article proposed but in the city in California where I reside they are asking for another parcel tax for the children which will most likely pass because everyone including non property owners get to vote on the parcel taxes. I have had it with these taxes.
posted on 04/17/2012 3:33:39 PM PDT
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