Skip to comments.Minnesota's leftists want to tax non-residents and raise spirits tax by 300% because they CAN
Posted on 03/25/2013 8:57:51 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
When they get complete control of your life, liberals dont just sit and smile, they use that power and control to remind you who is in charge. They hunger and thirst for power and control and are restrained only by their imaginations as they plot to run our lives.
Minnesotas Democrats are good examples of what life is like when liberals are given total control of a government.
Earlier this year, while lamenting how many of his subjects escape to Florida and other warmer places each winter to avoid the cold, Democrat Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton had an idea to recover the tax money they take with them each December.
Dayton proposed a snowbird tax and...
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Raising taxes gives them the power to grant exemptions.
Any doubt Democrats are communists? They will and generally have destroyed our Constitutional way of life.
California tried taxing thr retirement of people that had moved to another state upon retirement. ERISA struck it down. They still try to confiscate taxes from people still working that moved, trying to prove they still live there if they even go for a visit.
Drive us to drink then tax us for drowning our sorrows.
Minnesotans, make it a one-way trip next time.
Joseph McCarthy and the Birchers were right.
Money is to government as heroin and cocaine and methamphetamine are to drug addicts.
You've gotten right to the heart of the psychology. It's Ayn Rand's "Aristocracy of Pull" come to life.
This is a silly question, but would that include illegals?
Non-Citizens getting Taxed?? If I get a tax bill from MN for my FL house, I’ll tell them to STICK IT WHERE the SUN DON’T SHINE!
My thots too...
Looks like an opportunity to create another classification of “law-breakers”...
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