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Prop 30 -- Delphic Oracle Pronouncement

Ted358 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 9:41 PM
Ah! The beauties of the physical California...mountains, beaches, high deserts, vast forests, and great rivers...and chumps for citizens. I admit to missing those wonderous attributes...but not the chumps. Florida has no income tax, low sales tax and is a right to work state. It is great to be back rooting for the Gators again. Oh, and we have a Republican Governor and Republican controlled Legislature. C'mon down!
Daddio7 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 10:50 PM
Sure, come on down, rent a hotel room, go to the beach,go to Miami and watch the Gators win another national championship, then go home. We have enough residents already thank you very much. Third generation Floridan, that's the cut off date.
When he ran for governor of California in 2010, Jerry Brown traded on cryptic pledges -- most notably, "no new taxes without voter approval" -- that, like pronouncements by the oracle at Delphi, could mean whatever listeners wanted to hear. Most insiders figured that Brown wanted to raise taxes but was too cagey to tell voters, who had rejected a tax-increasing ballot measure by a 2-1 ratio in 2009. It is because Brown was so darn clever that Californians now are stuck with a Hobson's choice -- vote for his Proposition 30 and raise taxes that could kill jobs in a...