Friday, November 13, 2009

A Problem

Read today that the New York Times, champion of all things progressive on most of its editorial pages, in addition to laying people off, is moving editorial jobs to Florida ... well, we'll let the story explain why....
The plan for the news service calls for The Gainesville Sun, whose newsroom is not unionized and has lower salaries, to take over editing and page design. Ms. McNulty said new jobs would be created at The Sun to handle the work.
Also, how much you wanna bet employment/business taxes in Gainesville are lower than in NYC?

On a related note, I read in a comment on a blog somewhere today from a guy in Pennsylvania that people were moving out of the big cities where liberal social policies have driven taxes through the roof ... out to places with lower taxes outside the city ... and what are they doing?  Voting for more liberal candidates and policies than the people who already live there ... thus bringing the same liberal polices that led to the conditions they fled in the first place to people who don't want them.

Thanks, libs.  You're all heart.

Or you just see government as the route to the illusion of something for nothing by stealing from your neighbors.
"Government is the great fiction through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else." - Frederic Bastiat

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