Ad blitz in California brings tax pla...

Ad blitz in California brings tax plan fight home

There are 14 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Nov 14, 2017, titled Ad blitz in California brings tax plan fight home. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

With a vote expected Thursday on the proposed GOP tax overhaul, California's House Republicans are being targeted with a blitz of ads highlighting changes that would hurt many California taxpayers. Five of the state's GOP members are being targeted in television ads that began airing over the weekend about the tax reform plan that would disproportionately impact residents of high-tax states such as California.

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Jesus Latter Day Taints

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Nov 14, 2017
The R., white, working class base _likes_ claimed "tax cuts" which in actuality further and further concentrate already concentrated wealth, however.
Ronald

Pomona, CA

#2 Nov 14, 2017
This is just more fake news from the LA Times. The only taxpayers who do not want to pay more taxes are "the rich". Ordinary worker ("middle") class taxpayers consistently vote for more taxes whenever the occupying politicians put new or higher taxes on the ballot. California taxpayers will continue to do our part!

LA TIMES! LET "democracy" WORK!

Ronald
China shop

Milwaukee, WI

#3 Nov 14, 2017
Jesus Latter Day Taints wrote:
The R., white, working class base _likes_ claimed "tax cuts" which in actuality further and further concentrate already concentrated wealth, however.
Didn't know your political I think the democratic party wanted publicity and tryed to use me as a puppet!!!!

Hay I was at the subway restaurant across the street from the greyhound station in bowling green Ky and someone who work's there called the cop's on me.the officer comes in and said I need to speak with you I said what ever you got to say say it.he said not in here so I step outside and he said what were you writing I put the pieces of paper in my pocket I was writing poetry on and said none of your business and said what is this about.he said some one called and said the last time you were here you were writing death threats to Hillary Clinton. I said what the only other time I was here was in May of 2016 this day was in September 2016. so why didn't the person report it when it allegedly occurred total crank yankers phony call.so I went to the local paper and told the editorial the story and said I wish no harm on Hillary or her family
spud

Bethlehem, PA

#4 Nov 14, 2017
If California was really concerned about their people paying too much in taxes, there's a simple solution. They should get responsible and lower their oppressive taxes.
mr gleeble

Columbus, OH

#5 Nov 14, 2017
NO Republican bill should be passed. Ever again. Not now, not tomorrow, not ever.

GOP = Traitor Party
mr gleeble

Columbus, OH

#6 Nov 14, 2017
spud wrote:
If California was really concerned about their people paying too much in taxes, there's a simple solution. They should get responsible and lower their oppressive taxes.
Insanity, or stupidity? Does it matter, when the posts are as demented as yours?

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#7 Nov 14, 2017
Californians must think we're all as stupid as they are.
They expct the rest of the country to subsidize their taxes so they can afford to live there.
Bryan Fischer s Hair Gel

Philadelphia, PA

#8 Nov 15, 2017
SirPrize wrote:
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Californians must think we're all as stupid as they are.
They expct the rest of the country to subsidize their taxes so they can afford to live there.
It is the buybull states which get more federal money than they pay to the federal government in taxes. CA subsidizes many of the more backwards states. Same for the other more blue states.

You are precisely the picture of 180 degree ignorance on issue after issue after issue. You have a perfect record of being stupid, lying and wrong.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#9 Nov 15, 2017
Bryan Fischer s Hair Gel wrote:
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It is the buybull states which get more federal money than they pay to the federal government in taxes. CA subsidizes many of the more backwards states. Same for the other more blue states.

You are precisely the picture of 180 degree ignorance on issue after issue after issue. You have a perfect record of being stupid, lying and wrong.
Well, then we should cut back on all the federal money that goes to those states, too!
I'd wager that most conservatives would support your intelligent suggestion.
Bryan Fischer s Hair Gel

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Nov 15, 2017
SirPrize wrote:
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Well, then we should cut back on all the federal money that goes to those states, too!
I'd wager that most conservatives would support your intelligent suggestion.
You posted a classically ignorant lie about the rest of the country subsidizing CA. I corrected you, stupid filth.
mr gleeble

Columbus, OH

#11 Nov 16, 2017
SirPrize wrote:
Californians must think we're all as stupid as they are.
They expct the rest of the country to subsidize their taxes so they can afford to live there.
lol...pretty obvious you're dumber than most of them if that's a serious claim...
mr gleeble

Columbus, OH

#12 Nov 16, 2017
SirPrize wrote:
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Well, then we should cut back on all the federal money that goes to those states, too!
I'd wager that most conservatives would support your intelligent suggestion.
When was the last time Conservatives showed intelligence or the ability to support intelligent suggestions?

I'll wait..
Retribution

Bladensburg, MD

#13 Nov 16, 2017
SirPrize wrote:
Californians must think we're all as stupid as they are.
They expct the rest of the country to subsidize their taxes so they can afford to live there.
Only in decapitated dumps and undesirable locations does property values, and property taxes decline. Without areas, towns and States making investments in public infastructures California regresses to South Carolina, Kentucky or god forbid Arkansas

Any person residing in areas and states where property values are appreciating would naturally oppose the Republican tax scam. They're stealing from hard working middle class families to finance a major portion of the $6 Trillion dollars in additional debt that exclusively benefit the wealthiest 400 Americans and corporations.

People who own property understand that those parcels of land are the cornerstone of their accumulated wealth.

As their property continues to increase in value so does their taxes on that property.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#14 Nov 16, 2017
Retribution wrote:
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Only in decapitated dumps and undesirable locations does property values, and property taxes decline. Without areas, towns and States making investments in public infastructures California regresses to South Carolina, Kentucky or god forbid Arkansas

Any person residing in areas and states where property values are appreciating would naturally oppose the Republican tax scam. They're stealing from hard working middle class families to finance a major portion of the $6 Trillion dollars in additional debt that exclusively benefit the wealthiest 400 Americans and corporations.

People who own property understand that those parcels of land are the cornerstone of their accumulated wealth.

As their property continues to increase in value so does their taxes on that property.
Any person residing in areas and states where property values are appreciating would naturally oppose the Republican tax plan. Of course!
As you say, They're stealing from hard working middle class families to finance a major portion of the $6 Trillion dollars in additional debt that exclusively benefit the wealthiest 400 Americans and corporations, I.e., those persons who can afford to live in high tax states.

What scam those states are perpetrating on working middle class families, getting them to subsidize their taxes

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