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Posted by taxguru on August 21, 2003

As entertaining as the whole political freak show is out on the Left Coast, I’m just glad that we can laugh at it from the relative safety and security of two thousand miles away. Everything that is going on makes our choice to bail out of the PRC ten years ago look so much wiser. In fact, regardless of how the election turns out on October 7, I don’t see much hope for saving the State from its unstoppable slide into the abyss. Taxpayers who choose to remain are going to see more of their money under attack.

The Power of the Pledge. Merely saying “no” to tax hikes isn’t enough. – I too was very underwhelmed with Arnold’s performance in yesterday’s press conference where he wimped out on the issue of new taxes. Claiming that he can’t rule out new taxes because some kind of natural disaster might occur was a major cop-out. He’s talking like the “girly-men” he used to make fun of. Everyone knows that if a huge disaster happens, the Feds will pick up the reconstruction costs.

Prop. 13 change looks unlikely

Myths about Prop. 13 obscure its profound value in protecting taxpayers

Uncle Sam rips off California

Fixing California

Young Americans: Pay Attention, Or Pay The Bills

Higher Taxes Would Harm Alabama – Between this tax issue and the fight over the ten commandments statue, Alabama is running a close second behind the PRC for weirdness this Summer.

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Posted by taxguru on August 21, 2003

This isn’t too different from what IRS auditors experience when they make their first visit to our ranch, and are greeted by our three very large dogs, including Nikita, our Great Pyrenees, who is almost as tall as I am when she stands on her hind legs.

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Posted by taxguru on August 21, 2003

A Lesson for Arnold Schwarzenegger: Warren Buffet to the California Democrat’s Rescue – Thomas Sowell joins the chorus of pundits who believe that having a Marxist as his number one financial advisor has been an idiotic choice for Arnold.

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