CA Sales Tax Drops 1%

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    California taxes: Some California taxes take a dip - latimes.com

    Well, this will be a good test of "conservative" tax policy.
     
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    Why are libs obsessed with taking money from hard-working people? I mean, every time you blink, they're devising new scheme for getting into your wallet in some way shape or form.

    Are they just thieves by nature?
     
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    Ca pays so much in taxes that 1 percent is a laugher. I refuse to do business in Ca.
     
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    I'll give you this. You are consistent. First reply and already you are dodging the subject and trying to de-rail the thread.

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    Actually, I'm highly consistent with your theme that taking less taxes is a bad thing.

    Wanna try again?
     
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    I didn't think so.
     
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    Sure. I'll give you another shot to talk about how CA dropping taxes will lead to new jobs and an increase in business. Go for it.
     
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    :shock:HOLD UP!:shock:

    Did I just slip into some kind of parallel universe?

    CA is lowering taxes? :disbelief:

    what's next? TX bans oil drilling? :lalala:

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    Good luck on that. Right now there's a mass exodus out of Ca.
     
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    CA had raised taxes temporarily a few years ago to balance the budget. The Governor wanted to put those taxes on the ballot to allow the voters of CA to decide if they wanted to keep them or not. The GOP said no, the voters are not allowed to decide, and that the taxes should expire, which they did today.
     

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