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Old 03-11-2018, 08:25 AM
Location: Fairfield County CT
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Originally Posted by Vegabern View Post
And the things I receive in a high tax county in a high tax state are worth every penny to me. I have well maintained sidewalks, street lighting, police and fire protection, wonderful schools, lovely parks, and a fantastic community beach.

I could horde all my money in jars buried in my yard but it would be kind of a waste as there would be no roads to take me anywhere and nowhere to spend it.

Taxes aren't the boogeyman they're made out to be. They can be a good investment in the greater good and bettering of a community.

And the taxes for education are worth their weight in gold.
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Old 03-11-2018, 08:45 AM
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Originally Posted by AJT123 View Post
I stand corrected, then.. I really was under the impression that you were a liberal.

I agree with each one of your bullet points, and would officially consider myself "center right".

Back to taxes..
Don't let her fool you... she's as liberal as they get.

Yes Connecticut has great schools, but the state is so liberal that a vast majority of money goes to social programs.
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