Tuesday, May 15, 2012

East of Eden

It turns out that California's budget shortfall will not be the $9.2 billion earlier predicted, but instead upwards of $16 billion.  Democrat Governor Jerry Brown's solution?  What else?  Raise taxes.

There was a report a few months back about the huge number of Californians fleeing the Golden State for Texas where the taxes were lower, the regulations fewer, and, no surprise, the opportunities greater.  Which proves a point I and many others have made countless times.  Everything liberals touch, much less run, they ruin.

Think of it, California is for the most part an undeniable paradise and Texas chiefly desert.  How bad must it be for people even to consider leaving the one for the other?

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