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Fwd: California Disinvestment Accelerates — voting with one’s feet


     This is another great item from Harmon Taylor. The same activity has been going on in New York State for at least a decade. According to the 2010 Census, both New York City and New York State have lost 1 million in population, the central issue being taxes. States and municipalities can’t hold people prisoner and squeeze them dry.

7 July A.D. 2011
It works a little bit.  One CAN reduce the insane level of control and “taxation” to a less insane level by geographically relocating.  However, one can terminate that control completely by only one method — terminating the “gotcha agreements.”
One need not relocate to terminate “gotcha agreements” right where one finds himself/herself at the moment one is reading this note.
To relocate is to “vote.”  It’s in the nature of a “veto,” but it is a “vote.”  In this sense, we vote with every commercial transaction we engage.
Harmon L. Taylor
Legal Reality
Dallas, Texas
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