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Why Hollywood Went Southern (Hint: Taxes)

Uber Dave Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 3:35 PM escape taxation while punishing others, running to offshore accounts to evade paying your fair share of the shared sacrifice is unconscionable. As always we must remind all that collecting revenue is not nor has it ever been to cover the cost of any federal spending but, again, for the overriding and fundamental goal of fairness.
Texan1984 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 9:16 PM
Dave, it would only be fair for you to go Eff yourself in a Soviet style gulag. Go there now.
don7968 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:26 PM
Take this statement "running to offshore accounts to evade paying your fair share of the shared sacrifice is unconscionable." Take your fair share baloney (rancid garlic baloney) and stuff it down your throat. I decide whats fair for me not some socialist that is a drag on society and I'll bet YOU have never been part of the shared sacrifice, just the shared stealing.
GodsLaws Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 3:57 PM
So YOUR solution to competitiveness among the states is forcing all states to become poison for business.

Yeah, and let's put ankle weights on the legs of the fastest athletes so they won't" unfairly" outperform slower ones.

Next, you'll advocate "leveling the playing field" by doing braindamage to me so I'm as stupid as you.


Hollywood is shifting production away from Los Angeles thanks to something many of its stars seem to oppose—lower taxes.


Excerpted from Townhall Magazine's February feature, "Why Hollywood Went Southern," by John Hanlon:

In the 2011 blockbuster “Battle: Los Angeles,” the City of Angels faced an attack from an outside force that threatened everyone in the town and their way of life.

In reality, though the alien enemy from that film doesn’t exist, an...