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The Next Taxpayer Rebellion?

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  1. patsfan13

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    States are increasingly seeing property taxes as a source of income. Yet we see housing prices decline.

    charles hugh smith-Could Declining House Values Spark the Next Taxpayer Rebellion?




    More about killing the Golden Goose:

    The Price of Taxing the Rich - WSJ.com





    So the increased government so loved by libs is not sustainable. And taking more money from the rich is not the answer.
  2. DarrylS

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    All of this while the stock market soared at 700%+, while home values declined by 35%...

    Get the picture???

    The class divide is becoming more and more obvious.

    http://www.nj.com/hudson/voices/index.ssf/2011/03/tax_reform_close_the_bank_of_a.html

    Last edited: Mar 31, 2011
  3. Gainzo

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    Have you taken a look at Texas lately? They are in all kinds of trouble and have been controlled by the Republicans for a long time. They are looking at a $15 billion budget deficit.

    Note: Texas doesn't have an income tax but has some of the highest real estate taxes in the Country.

    Texas Property Taxes Third Highest in Nation, Percentage of Median Value | DallasDirt

    Those damn right wingers :rolleyes:

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