Here’s one Californian who is going to learn his lesson the HARD WAY:
Phil Mickelson hints tax changes may spur career change.
On the day President Obama was sworn in for his second term, [top professional golfer Phil] Mickelson sent shock waves through the Humana Challenge when he said the political landscape in the United States was causing him to seriously contemplate his future in golf.
If you add up all the federal and you look at the disability and the unemployment and the Social Security and state, my tax rate is 62, 63 percent, Mickelson said. So Ive got to make some decisions on what to do.
In December, Mickelson, who was part of a group that had bought the San Diego Padres four months earlier, abruptly announced that he was no longer involved in the business deal. His reversal came shortly after California voters approved Proposition 30, which imposed a 13.3 percent tax rate on incomes of more than $1 million.
Asked Sunday if the election results played a role in his decision to sever his ties with the Padres ownership group, Mickelson replied, Yeah, absolutely.
This is why progressives despise federalism. What good is having complete power in one state if people can just move to some other state.