Gov. Christie proposes 10% N.J. income tax reduction

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    Gov. Christie proposes 10 percent N.J. income tax reduction | NJ.com

    A politician looking out for 100% of the citizens? What a concept. :eek:

    Gearing up for 2016?
     
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    You realize of course that the lefities will call that "a tax cut for the rich" or even "a tax increase on the poor" or some such nonsense.
     
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    Yes. If you look at the comments on the article, many are saying "but the rich guy will save thousands and I only get hundreds" and the like. Even when you try to please everyone, some still think they deserve more.
     
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    The Dems will of course start recall proceedings against him for having a positive impact on the financial condition of the state.
     
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    It appears that you nutters do not need or desire an opposition in order to carry on with your dumb arguments. Do you grasp how ridiculous that is?
     
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    There have been two other times in my life that I have seen this.
    In the mid 90's Virginia reduced state sales tax.
    In Alaska state income tax was abolished (late 70's early 80's)
     
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    what are you babbling about?
     
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    Did you not understand my comment? Unfortunate, but not surprising.

    I was mocking you and your pal's for having an argument with the "left" on this issue when nobody from the "left" has weighed in one way or another. Get it?
     
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    Bet the folks in NJ ain't seen a tax reduction in that State in decades.

    Good news for them and better news for Christie.

    If CC decides to run for Gov again bet he wins in a landslide.
     
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    wow... you really ARE that stupid. I thought it was an act or something.

    I made no argument with the left... I made a comment on a possible future action by the left.
     

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