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Phil Isn't the One Who Needs to Apologize

JiminGA Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 7:03 AM
First; we miss you on the radio Neal. Second; Phil is one of the good guys in professional sport, one who is a real gentleman ( I have been there when he displayed that). God gave him a talent and he works hard to maintain and improve it. Along with that he employs people and supports charities that actually do good. But of course, to a leftist he is among the evil rich who must be punished for their success. I'm sure Phil will notice the humidity in Florida is much higher than California but he always did know how to adapt.
latebloomer Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 10:16 AM
There's also Texas.

Hopefully, I'll be able to persude my In-laws (leading citizens in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area) to sponsor our admission once everything else collapses and Texas is once again an independent republic. Short of then, my wife is too rooted to our current location. I'm fond enough of it myself to keep working to reverse course- we're not as far gone as the basket case that is CA yet, but you can see it coming.

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...