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How come that California is 4th most hostile to business state, and also has 4th worst unemployment rate?

This puzzles me. According to Barack Hussein Obama, the more you crack down on private business and the more you peruse green technologies, the more jobs are created. Yet California hit 11% unemployment rate and rising. What's wrong?

Asked By: Track P - 4/20/2009
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Link the source to the claim that Ca is 4th most "hostile" to business and 4th highest unemployment rate
Answered By: John V - 4/20/2009
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And yet still has the 7th largest economy in the world. Must be all those homosexual-Marxists-feminist-abortionist-hippies.
Answered By: Holy Cow! - 4/20/2009
 
That trend will be reversed once the state tax hikes start being felt. After all, liberals tell us tax hikes are good, right?
Answered By: Laissez-Faire Guy - 4/20/2009
 
Liberalism destroys everything. More and more businesses will move out of California. We moved our business out 4 years ago.
Answered By: Straight is Great! - 4/20/2009
 
Businesses are fleeing California because of their punitive tax burden... More
Answered By: Philip H - 4/20/2009
 
Because California is number 1 in i****************s and most likely # 1 in under the table pay. No one but the hollywood liberal trash can afford to live or work in California and they do not want small business to survive just like their leader Barry O... More
Answered By: kathington22 - 4/20/2009
 
Such a theory would be valid if it were not for "pro-big business states" of Nevada, North & South Carolina also experiencing double-digit unemployment. Other "right-to-work" states such as those in South are quickly approaching the double-digit threshold. http://www.bls.gov/web/laumstrk.htm
Answered By: ¡Nü¢µlar ReÄç†or!™ - 4/20/2009
 
Oh! I got another one for you. They wanted change, right? Check out the red dots and compare them with 2007 red dots. Oh, and also keep in mind which stated voted for the "change" I think they got what they asked for, don't you? Click on the link below.
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Answered By: TripleGrandeWhiteChocolateMocha - 4/20/2009
 
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