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Old 11-06-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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Can a tax increase for California be far behind?

Since I question the motives of most politicians, that was my first thought when I read about them raising the withholding amounts

It certainly seems like a new way to accomplish the same old plan. Yes this year people will get a refund, but since it has no end date, it seems like the state will simply raise taxes to match what is being taken in, and suddenly no refund the following year. Not to mention that last year the state had to issue vouchers for a while didn't it?

Government has got to learn to restrain itself, somehow...
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Old 11-06-2009, 11:59 AM   #2
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High taxes in Kalifornia...I'll believe it when I see it. :smashfrea
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Old 11-06-2009, 01:21 PM   #3
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Hmmm, having to raise taxes to pay for all the failing social programs. Where have I heard that before?
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Hmmm, having to raise taxes to pay for all the failing social programs. Where have I heard that before?
Is that not an.....alien concept in CA?
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This is why I moved out of California.
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Old 11-06-2009, 04:14 PM   #6
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This is why I moved out of California.
And why all the people who don't want to work move to California. Such a pretty place to be in the $hitter.
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that's what you get with a "terminator" running the show. and a Republican to boot
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I say we sell California to the Chinese. Maybe throw in Oregon and Washington for half-price.
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that's what you get with a "terminator" running the show. and a Republican to boot
You know when he first got elected it looked like he had the balls to make the needed changes then he just turned into another politician.
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you know the old saying, money talks- bull shit walks
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you know the old saying, money talks- bull shit walks
I look at CA as a fine example of what will happen to the entire US if we keep coming up with new and expanding current social programs.
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we need something done. im not saying the bill in hand is correct. but ive been at my job for 16 years. i paid nothing for benefits my first year. i know pay about $70.00 a check. when does it stop?
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This is why I moved out of California.
Looks like many are , I watched a business show < CNBC? > , amazing how many small Business's have left and were leaving as the cost of doing business < taxes/Ins > were 30% higher than AZ and CO . The General Assembly in Sacramento ,,,, crazy bastards .
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we need something done. im not saying the bill in hand is correct. but ive been at my job for 16 years. i paid nothing for benefits my first year. i know pay about $70.00 a check. when does it stop?
Speak for yourself.
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i definitely will not speak for you, Mr. high and mighty. you probably should move out in the woods, as far away from everyone as possible
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