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Old Today, 02:38 PM
Location: Nebraska
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The public safety record in Cheyenne sure is better 2 homicides and 34 robberies a year as opposed to 267 homicides and 2,639 robberies in Detroit and 342 homicides and 5,879 robberies in Baltimore.




A household making $100,000 a year would have 19% of their income going to state and local taxes in Bridgeport, 15% in Newark, 14% Detroit and 13% in Baltimore

In Anchorage and Cheyenne they pay a rounded figure of 4% state and local income taxes.

What a scam so many large legacy cities are. Can't believe people would settle for such a silly fraud.

I wonder which city has better schools and a lower crime rate? Cheyenne or Newark, Baltimore and Detroit
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Old Today, 02:43 PM
Location: DFW - Coppell / Las Colinas
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Taxes, Crime and Democrats go hand in hand.

You do OK as long as you're a rich Democrat. Not so good if you're one of the lower class.

Notice not a one of the candidates has talked about jobs and the economy so far.
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