From the Bluest State - Obama's America - If Re-Elected This Will Be Commonplace

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    This formerly productive citizen, identified as Hobo Dave of Massachusetts, was an employee of the shuttered business seen here. The owners of the small business, the Obama socalled 1%, chose to close the business rather than deal with excessive taxation, burdensome regulation, and constant vilification from Washington.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GQtQBoyMy8]Obama's America - If Re-Elected This Will Be Commonplace - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    that's just the most visable part, inflation has already started and will progressively get worse due to Maobamas monetary policies. That's the hidden tax of this regime and no one is exempt.
     
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    Bain blame in 3... 2...
     
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    If re-elected, and if His budget is adopted as written, I'll be the guy in that video.
     
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    If Republican policies are so awesome then red states would have the richest citizens, the lowest unemployment, the lowest poverty and the lowest deficits over the last thirty years, they have not, just like Romney has failed to make the case of how he would be the miraculous improvement over Obama he claims to be.
     
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    "Improvement over Obama"?

    That's a pretty damn low threshold LOL.
     
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    How is any of that Obama's fault? That's their problem and failure not any President's problem. I guess that the people of Massachusetts agree! :lol:

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 - Massachusetts: Romney vs. Obama
     
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    Maybe, you would think a guy like Romney could beat such a horrible president with his hands tied behind his back, did you think he could actually rise above his image? The GOP gave you all a lousy candidate but I am not sure any of the primary challengers could have done better.
     
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    Let's look at how liberal policies are working in California, shall we?

    2011 total: 254 companies leave California | moved, companie - Business - The Orange County Register
    In 2011, 254 California companies moved some or all of their work and jobs out of state, 26% more than in 2010, according to Irvine business consultant Joe Vranich who has been tracking these departures since 2009.

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    The pace is accelerating, Vranich said. An average of 4.9 businesses left California each week of 2011, compared to 3.9 per week (202 total) in 2010 and one a week (51 total) in 2009.

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    For all California departures, the top destinations were Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and a tie for Utah and Florida, Vranich said.​

    All red states. Things that make you go "Hmmm..."

    So, it looks like liberals simply aren't business-friendly. Let's look at how they treat people, shall we?

    California demographic shift: More people leaving than moving in - Los Angeles Times
    California demographic shift: More people leaving than moving in

    More people are moving out of the state than are moving in. It's the economy, of course, especially housing costs.

    Recent census figures show the state is losing more Californians like McCluer than it is attracting from other parts of the U.S. And the trend toward out-migration is looking less like a blip than a long-term condition.

    The proportion of Californians who had moved here from out of state reached a 100-year low of about 20% in 2010, and the decade measured by the most recent census was the first in a century in which the majority of Californians were native-born.

    The demographics of California today more closely resemble those of 1900 than of 1950: It is a mostly home-grown population, whose future depends on the children of immigrants and their children, said William Frey, a demographer and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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    Experts point to various causes of the turnaround, most of them rooted in a flagging economy. But exorbitant housing prices — too high for many struggling Californians despite a burst housing bubble — still play a role.

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    As domestic immigration slowed between 1970 and 2000, foreign immigration filled in the gap. But since 2000, even the state's once-growing immigrant population has been frozen at 27% of total residents. Since at least 2005, more residents have left California than arrived here from other states.​

    Liberals figuratively beat their dog, then wonder why their dog runs away.

    There is no rational way to place the blame for CA's crappy economy on anything other than liberal policies.
     
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    No, it looks like Romney really is the best hope for them.
     

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