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« on: May 21, 2009, 08:44:11 AM »

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6) Implement a State tax of 30% on outgoing international remittances.

7) Decriminalize casino gambling in the state. Tax heavily.

Cool Cut the state income tax rate 10% for those making $25,000 - $99,000.

9) Completely gut the State worker's comp system. Rebuild it to work on rates 25% lower than they currently are. Lower worker's comp rates will encourage more small businesses.

10) Increase payroll tax 5% on H1B hirings.


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" The mother load of waste, fraud, and abuse!

Check this out:

http://www.caltax.org/publications/waste_fraud_mismanagement_highlights_2009.html

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" I agree that the immigration laws need to be re enforced. Alot of our money end uo helping them when they are here illegally. Go about things the right way.
I remember russell crow on thi stopic, he had a damn good idea on how to get out of debit. "

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" This would be my advice to politicians and other so-called "public servants" with regard to tax money:
Spend it like you earned it. "

Would this be like the Obama rule at Notre Dame?  Treat others...

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$100 tax on ipods or anything made by Apple.

10% surcharge on organic fruits and vegetables.

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" I would enforce the immigration laws and not be teaching English as a second language classes. "

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" I am also impressed with the quality of responses here. For all the people who want to terminate a state workers retirement or other benefit. You are canceling an existing contract.
You can not do that.
If that happened there becomes no legal system. If you suspend all (Government?) contracts you have no government. And where does the authority come from
to suspend the contracts? From the government.
Obviously there is no logic here.

We, as a people, have to do the hard work of forcing our system to be accountable. The constitutional convention (which someone else suggested) should start with forced
transparency. Then, all the people of the state can (and will) systematically sort out the real needs from the political pay-offs.

Hmmm...Barack destroyed the standing of the first creditors in line for the Chrysler bankruptcy...didn't they have a contract too?

Who will be accountable for taking this money? 

http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2009/05/20/news/local/doc4a1444ee4a33f801955980.txt
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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2009, 08:49:13 AM »

The dysfunctional part -


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"California’s Dysfunctional Family - Obama and Congressional Motivations in Bailing Them Out"

Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Washington this week (hiding) participating in some mutual back slapping with Obama while his California’s ballot measures are predicted to go down in flames.  Good, if the measures are defeated and good for the apparent reemergence of common sense in California voters! These revenue raising measures have been correctly identified by voters as more of the “Kabuki dance of dysfunctionality.”  Like Michigan, New York, and other reliably blue “progressive” states with high taxes and crippling budget deficits, the problems with their economies rest with legislatures putting the cart carrying the “I wants” ahead of the “revenue” horse.  Hell, most of the legislators in these states are so inept that they fail to recognize what to feed the “revenue” horse so it will produce revenues.


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...Parents need to model living within one’s means with responsible prioritizing. Parents need to allow children to acquire independence.  They also need to be able to keep strong willed children from running roughshod over the less aggressive family members.  They need to encourage competition and allow failure from time to time. They must say no when necessary.


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The parents are certainly aware that they have resources that could go a long way towards getting them through their financial crisis. They could cut taxes on businesses and corporations to try to attract jobs and increase revenue to the state. They could start the ball rolling on reviving the nuclear power industry, creating good jobs and providing clean energy. California also has lots of oil just off the coast seeping out naturally and the ability to solve a lot of their water problems with simple solutions but their obstinate children continue to stand opposed, tying up projects and solutions that could help the “family.”   


read more about the family here -
http://www.australia.to/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9914:californias-dysfunctional-family-obama-and-congressional-motivations-in-bailing-them-out-&catid=53:jones-zach&Itemid=122

I wonder if Arnold is planning on selling off the 'coast'?  All those oil reserves?

Maybe Nancy's husband will buy it up at a bargain price?
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