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Phil Isn't the One Who Needs to Apologize

dhsjks Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 7:12 AM
Phil is only doing what some of us have already done. As soon as I saw the misleading and deceptive ads for Prop 30 I was certain it would pass. Bought a home in Arizona in October and moved everything here by December. Sold three homes in California before the new tax on real estate sales. Now, if that's greedy, so be it. Smart people didn't earn there money by being stupid.
Pistol Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 7:19 AM

Good job, dhsjks. I like to hear about successes. With Arizona so close, I can hardly imagine why anyone who can leave Ca, does not.

I presume you are properly mortified by your phonetic spelling of their. I find myself making this sort of mistake once in a while. Never had the problem before I was in my 70s.
Bruce2142 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 7:26 AM
Let me also add, good on ya' dhsjks! Over 60,000 other people wised up and moved out of the failed state of CA. Unfortunately, the insidious liberat mantra that prevailed there, has also been responsible for the degradation of life in OR, WA and CO. I have noticed a lot of CA plates here in liberal, DemocRAT controlled MN, where the useful idiot, low information voters, along with an expected 300,000 cases of voter fraud by them, removed all of the checks and balances in November. Now, our trust fund, drugged out Governor has proposed huge increases in taxes. So, we will most likely have the highest state income taxes in the nation!
Jules65 Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 10:06 AM
You need to get your butt outta MN. The CA plates you see are just the beginning. They also bring with them the liberal mindset to screw up things anywhere they settle. I watched them migrate to WA state and proceed to screw things up there. I left and will never move back. Escape now. Before they figure out a tax for those leaving the state.

Please tell me this is some sort of a sick joke.

Phil Mickelson is a professional golfer. He makes boatloads of money. Millions. What’s more, he makes boatloads of money for a lot of other people in the process, including generating massive contributions to charity. He’s a jobs creator and an engine of economic growth, as are many other pro golfers and athletes.

So Mickelson takes a look at his income tax burden, and is displeased. First we have Obama and the Democrats riding roughshod over the GOP and enacting a 4.6% tax increase on the evil rich. Then we...