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Texas vs. California

Frank130 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 9:11 AM
The Christian duty to care for one's neighbor is on a person-to-person basis, not a state-to-person basis.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 5:41 PM
The reason being that using force to take money from others is immoral and if you look at the 10 commandments, is a mortal sin (per Catholic teaching). Government force taking from some only to give it to others is simply immoral. That you would ask government to do it for you just shows you're a thief. If you weren't a thief, you'd do it on your own. And when you compare conservatives to liberals, liberals fall short in caring for others.
VeritasDeTejan Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 10:38 AM
YES! This is why government should not be in the philanthropy business. The private sector and non-profits much more efficient, since liabilities related to welfare and medical costs ARE the cause of our runaway spending.

I’ve been pointing out the differences between California stagnation and Texas prosperity for quite some time.

And since California voters approved a new 13.3 percent top tax rate last November, I expect the gap to become even wider.

Simply stated, California is the France of America and Texas is the Cayman Islands of America.

So it’s understandable that the Governor of Texas is telling employers in California that his state has a better climate for job creation.

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