Originally Posted by bucknutdet
It wasn't a statement regarding your vote, but a statement regarding the voting behaviour of NJ in general. My my, everyone gets so touchy.
So having zero state income tax in TX doesn't offset higher property taxes?(this is simply a ? so please don't take it the wrong way or be offended) How much higher are property taxes? The sales tax is an equitable tax, those who have more spend more and pay more tax, those with less probably(or should) spend less therefore they pay less?
No it doesn't. In this state items such as clothes, cars, appliances, insect repellant, etc are neccesities. Yes, people that make less should spend less, but how do you go without such items in Texas?
If you have a million dollar yearly income and choose to live in middle class housing, how is that paying your fair shair of taxes?