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(Forbes)   So, Connecticut: how's it working out with that big tax hike that was going to fix everything? And the temporary surcharge on the temporary increase in that temporary corporate tax? It's a progressive paradise now? So why's everybody leaving?   (forbes.com) divider line 175
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2013-08-18 09:23:00 AM
I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.
 
2013-08-18 09:28:36 AM
Wisconsin lowered their tax rate and their 49th in job creation. Huh? Should be booming there.
 
2013-08-18 09:28:52 AM
As usual, the default response from the corporatists is more tax breaks. Up next: abortion restrictions.
 
2013-08-18 09:52:08 AM

Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.


This is some of your best work.
 
2013-08-18 09:52:57 AM
As long as the WWE stays CT has nothing to worry about
 
2013-08-18 09:53:31 AM
I'm sure Forbes is completely fair and objective on this one too, right?
 
2013-08-18 09:54:42 AM

johnryan51: Wisconsin lowered their tax rate and their 49th in job creation. Huh? Should be booming there.


They lowered their 49th in job creation, eh? I lowered my 49th in job creation once.
 
2013-08-18 10:04:05 AM

Nabb1: johnryan51: Wisconsin lowered their tax rate and their 49th in job creation. Huh? Should be booming there.

They lowered their 49th in job creation, eh? I lowered my 49th in job creation once.


Oops sorry. The spelling police never sleep.
 
2013-08-18 10:06:00 AM
Sounds like an excellent place to start a small business if all the big ones are leaving.
 
2013-08-18 10:22:00 AM
As a resident I can tell you why people are leaving. It's expensive and there is nothing to do. College graduates can't make enough money to justify staying in the state after they get their degree. Small businesses are closing because just about every town is large enough to justify opening a strip mall.

And yes, I would imagine every we would receive poor grades from the Conservative think tanks. We're not stupid enough to pass Right-To-Work legislation
 
2013-08-18 10:29:43 AM

Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.


We don't pay sales tax on clothes here in Pennsylvania.

heh

/btw... golf clap
 
2013-08-18 10:35:02 AM

manwithplanx: And yes, I would imagine every we would receive poor grades from the Conservative think tanks


Math has a Conservative bias?

We're not stupid enough to pass Right-To-Work legislation

Because that's clearly the only alternative.

/apparently you're stupid enough to have a shrinking economy in one of the wealthiest states in the country, loaded with executive talent and old money and nestled between two huge population and business hubs
 
2013-08-18 10:38:34 AM

Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.


You didn't mention God so you are a filthy liberal heathen.
 
2013-08-18 10:41:00 AM

cameroncrazy1984: Sounds like an excellent place to start a small business if all the big ones are leaving.


Good point. What's stopping you?
 
2013-08-18 10:59:52 AM
Cherry picked facts lead to right wing fapping
 
2013-08-18 11:05:38 AM

Nabb1: cameroncrazy1984: Sounds like an excellent place to start a small business if all the big ones are leaving.

Good point. What's stopping you?


I much prefer to live closer to socialist paradise Canada.
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-08-18 11:06:00 AM
Because the author is a spin doctor who works for the Cato institute and everything is about taxes cuts to him?
 
2013-08-18 11:07:25 AM

Because People in power are Stupid: Cherry picked facts lead to right wing fapping


Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-08-18 11:24:50 AM

chiett: Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!


Especially if you select only the one s that support your position and present them in a misleading way.

If you look at facts that don't come from Cato, you see that Connecticut's economy is mostly manufacturing which has been declining nation wide, mostly due to off-shoring.  Also, much of that manufacuring is military products, which is effected by the sequester and reduced military spending.


Though famed for its rural loveliness, Connecticut derives most of its wealth from industry. Textiles, silverware, sewing machines, and clocks and watches are among Connecticut's historic manufactures. The state's principal industries today produce jet engines and parts, electronics and electrical machinery, computer equipment, and helicopters. Much of Connecticut's manufacturing is for the military. Firearms and ammunition, first produced here at the time of the American Revolution, are still made, and Groton is still a center for submarine building. Declines in federal defense spending, however, have adversely affected the state's economy.

It's pretty obvious why the economy there has problems and it's not taxes.
 
2013-08-18 11:26:33 AM

Fark It: manwithplanx: And yes, I would imagine every we would receive poor grades from the Conservative think tanks

Math has a Conservative bias?


Conservative think tanks love numbers, but they hate math. To them, numbers are just words to be thrown out in an argument. They aren't things to be understood.
 
2013-08-18 11:35:50 AM
Nothing more permanent than temporary. Nothing more temporary than permanent.

Somewhere on your phone bill is a tax to pay for the Spanish American war of 1898, levied on the 1% who had phone lines.
 
2013-08-18 11:36:16 AM

Mike_LowELL: But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.


That killed it for me. Sorry. 1/10

/English major. Can't help it.
 
2013-08-18 11:36:30 AM

vpb: It's pretty obvious why the economy there has problems and it's not taxes.


Actually it's both, the taxes meant no new industry was replacing the dying industries.  While the taxes were low enough to make moving a factory unreasonable, the tax incentives offered by other states caused no new factories to be built.
 
2013-08-18 11:41:05 AM
"So why's everybody leaving?"

Everybody?  That's one broad brush there Subby.
 
2013-08-18 11:45:41 AM

wildcardjack: Nothing more permanent than temporary. Nothing more temporary than permanent.

Somewhere on your phone bill is a tax to pay for the Spanish American war of 1898, levied on the 1% who had phone lines.


That was repealed in 1902, but restored in 1914, dropped in 1924, then restored again in 1932.  It was finally dropped "permanently" in 2006.
 
2013-08-18 11:46:11 AM
Connecticut is a buffer zone designed to keep Yankees and Red Sox fans a safe distance apart. It was never intended as a place for people to live.
 
2013-08-18 11:46:37 AM
Forbes? You mean the folks that tried to compare the lowest discounted specialized Internet healthcare rates to the general exchange rate to try and make the claim that the ACA raised everything by 140%. Yeah seems legit.
 
2013-08-18 11:47:02 AM

Tom_Slick: Actually it's both, the taxes meant no new industry was replacing the dying industries.  While the taxes were low enough to make moving a factory unreasonable, the tax incentives offered by other states caused no new factories to be built.


Connecticut has a lot of problems - a lot of young people who grow us there Move to Boston or New York immediately on graduating. The people who stay are those who rule and those who drool - Those who are too invested to move or those who can't move. It's also cursed by its proximity to New York - which has a massive suburb in Fairfield county. Even New Haven county is in the orbit of NYC.

And these MBA types are taking 'cost centers' and moving them south not because Alabama or Mississippi or Florida is giving them a tax break. It's because those states have a lower cost of living and they can pay 25% less. Add to that the fact that you get a clean 'break' and get to lay off all the people who have had the temerity to work there for fifteen years, pilling up promotions and salary increases through terrible, horrible things such as 'quality service'.

This has been happening to the Northeast since we introduced electrification, quinine and air conditioning to the South.
 
2013-08-18 11:47:21 AM

chiett: Because People in power are Stupid: Cherry picked facts lead to right wing fapping

Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!


There was a term before the word fact that I used "CHERRY PICKED"
http://cteconomy.uconn.edu/articles/2013N3_Summer/Forecast_Su2013.pd f

Looks like all the Job losses in the Connecticut economy were during the previous republican administration.

imageshack.us
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-08-18 11:48:43 AM

Tom_Slick: vpb: It's pretty obvious why the economy there has problems and it's not taxes.

Actually it's both, the taxes meant no new industry was replacing the dying industries.  While the taxes were low enough to make moving a factory unreasonable, the tax incentives offered by other states caused no new factories to be built.


I didn't see anything about taxes at all in the article I linked to, and the "tax cuts cause growth" canard has been pretty throughly debunked offer the last 30 years or so.

If taxes are a factor at all they aren't a major one.
 
2013-08-18 11:49:05 AM
All that wealth and the state is crippled every winter by routine storms. I'd leave too.
 
2013-08-18 11:50:19 AM

Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.


Well played sir.
 
2013-08-18 11:51:33 AM

wildcardjack: Somewhere on your phone bill is a tax to pay for the Spanish American war of 1898, levied on the 1% who had phone lines.


Thanks, McKinley!
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-08-18 11:51:41 AM

Because People in power are Stupid: chiett: Because People in power are Stupid: Cherry picked facts lead to right wing fapping

Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!

There was a term before the word fact that I used "CHERRY PICKED"
Looks like all the Job losses in the Connecticut economy were during the previous republican administration.


So, the tax cuts stopped job loss and boosted growth?  (See I can play the same tricks with facts that a real Cato spin doctor can!)
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2013-08-18 11:52:51 AM

vpb: So, the tax cuts stopped job loss and boosted growth?  (See I can play the same tricks with facts that a real Cato spin doctor can!)


I meant tax increases.  I guess I'll have to work on my proofreading if I want to be a real Cato hack.
 
2013-08-18 11:56:44 AM

vpb: Tom_Slick: vpb: It's pretty obvious why the economy there has problems and it's not taxes.

Actually it's both, the taxes meant no new industry was replacing the dying industries.  While the taxes were low enough to make moving a factory unreasonable, the tax incentives offered by other states caused no new factories to be built.

I didn't see anything about taxes at all in the article I linked to, and the "tax cuts cause growth" canard has been pretty throughly debunked offer the last 30 years or so.

If taxes are a factor at all they aren't a major one.


Taxes are a major factor for one type of business, ground up start ups.  An established business doesn't really care about corporate taxes, they can offset enough to avoid them, but start ups, who need cash on hand for expansion, will have to pay them.  So in places like the northeast, where industries are dying, no new industries are coming in to fill the vacuum.
 
2013-08-18 11:57:24 AM

Because People in power are Stupid: chiett: Because People in power are Stupid: Cherry picked facts lead to right wing fapping

Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!

There was a term before the word fact that I used "CHERRY PICKED"
http://cteconomy.uconn.edu/articles/2013N3_Summer/Forecast_Su2013.pd f

Looks like all the Job losses in the Connecticut economy were during the previous republican administration.

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I'd like to see that expanded back to 2000 or so, before the economy shiat itself. I'm sure a lot of states had big job losses in 2008/09. Perhaps CT is more-or-less following the same trend as the rest of the country?

/still getting the fark out of here in a couple years
//almost have the money for a down payment
 
2013-08-18 11:57:25 AM

vpb: chiett: Yeah, FACTS can be so annoying!

Especially if you select only the one s that support your position and present them in a misleading way.

If you look at facts that don't come from Cato, you see that Connecticut's economy is mostly manufacturing which has been declining nation wide, mostly due to off-shoring.  Also, much of that manufacuring is military products, which is effected by the sequester and reduced military spending.


Though famed for its rural loveliness, Connecticut derives most of its wealth from industry. Textiles, silverware, sewing machines, and clocks and watches are among Connecticut's historic manufactures. The state's principal industries today produce jet engines and parts, electronics and electrical machinery, computer equipment, and helicopters. Much of Connecticut's manufacturing is for the military. Firearms and ammunition, first produced here at the time of the American Revolution, are still made, and Groton is still a center for submarine building. Declines in federal defense spending, however, have adversely affected the state's economy.

It's pretty obvious why the economy there has problems and it's not taxes.


But Detroit...that's one big librul circle-jerk! Amiriteoramiriteoramirite?!
 
2013-08-18 11:57:45 AM

vpb: vpb: So, the tax cuts stopped job loss and boosted growth?  (See I can play the same tricks with facts that a real Cato spin doctor can!)

I meant tax increases.  I guess I'll have to work on my proofreading if I want to be a real Cato hack.


No, you had it right the first time if you're going for Cato hackery.  The reversal in job loss and boosted growth was clearly a delayed effect from the tax cuts, and would have been even better if CT hadn't gone all socialist.  I even heard they elected a Marxist governor who instituted ObamaCare years before Obama made it mandatory!
 
2013-08-18 11:59:56 AM

Tom_Slick: An established business doesn't really care about corporate taxes


Which is why you never see established, corporate enterprise lobbying aggressively for lower taxes.  You sure know what you're talking about!
 
2013-08-18 12:02:38 PM
fta Depression era unemployment didn't come down until the government began conscripting millions of young men for military service during World War II.

I agree with this teabagger's point that massive government spending is good for the economy.
 
2013-08-18 12:13:17 PM
So they have a lot of executives, and still aren't wealthy? Well that just doesn't make any sense at all, now, does it?
 
2013-08-18 12:15:10 PM
...investors and entrepreneurs - the key people who make prosperity happen.


Okay, that's just dogma. I'd say "[citation needed]" but I don't think I'd get one that didn't come from a right-wing op-ed or a faith tank like Heritage or Cato.
 
2013-08-18 12:15:17 PM

Tom_Slick: but start ups, who need cash on hand for expansion, will have to pay them.


And here I was thinking you could deduct business expenses from your taxes.
 
2013-08-18 12:18:56 PM
http://westhartford.patch.com/groups/bernard-kavaler--ctbythenumberss - blog/p/bp--population-growth-driven-by-new-haven-hartford-facdadaeda81

When i hear statements by conservative publications, it makes me wonder where they get their info.
 
2013-08-18 12:21:23 PM

phaseolus: ...investors and entrepreneurs - the key people who make prosperity happen.


Okay, that's just dogma. I'd say "[citation needed]" but I don't think I'd get one that didn't come from a right-wing op-ed or a faith tank like Heritage or Cato.


This guy apparently  writes for Cato.
 
2013-08-18 12:22:10 PM
Wait, so you are telling me that old people and rich people aren't ACTUALLY creating jobs?

Whodathunk?

Also, horseshoe crabs. WTF are they about?
 
2013-08-18 12:26:07 PM

Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.


Awesome
 
2013-08-18 12:27:09 PM
Why do conservatives lie about easily verified facts? What pleasure do they get from that?

lh6.googleusercontent.com
 
2013-08-18 12:27:43 PM

RedPhoenix122: Mike_LowELL: I can tell you why people are leaving: People are tired of being bossed around by their government.  They just want the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  But that is not the case here.  If you want to continue voting for liberals, go ahead.  But just be wanted that this is exactly what will happen.  You will become rich and successful and then the government will take your money away.  This is what happened to me back in 1986.  JCPenney was having a ninety-nine-percent off sale on disco clothes and I knew this was my chance to be with the in-crowd.  So I bought an entire rack of the things for six bucks.  It was the most incredible and empowering feeling that had ever come upon me.  Finally, I was going to be the coolest person at the discotheque.  But suddenly, when the JCPenney employee checked out the clothes at the cash register, the total said six dollars and thirty cents.  I asked the lady, "What the hell is wrong with you?"  She said that the extra thirty cents was a "sales tax".  That was enough to drive me over the edge.  "Help, help, I'm being oppressed!", I said, attracting the attention of the other Tea Party Patriots in the building.  The employee told me that she would pay for the sales tax if I would stop "making a scene", but the only thing I seen around here is tyranny.  Tyranny exacted upon us by the president of the United States.  Being that this is 1986 and I do not read history books, I cannot remember the liberal who was in office at the time.  All I knew is that Ronald Reagan would save us from that horrible Planet of the Libs.  He did.  He saved everyone but Connecticut, which is why they are in the mess they are in right now.  Thank you, Ronald Reagan, for making an example of Connecticut.

This is some of your best work.


Lets pitch in together and buy this patriot some bulk chinese carriage returns.
 
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