I propose to give a 5% tax break on all under populated areas in United States. It will give under developed small town better business and jobs AND
will spread out the population, making it less congested. Highly concentrated population often cause discomfort among neighbors and unfriendliness. It
is hard to be polite when you meet hundreds of people every day and 1 or 2 will ruin your mood. The tax will also help with housing market, obviously.
When population spreads, houses will need to be built, more stores and small local stores will emerge to support small needs. Crazy liberals will
learn how to behave and live in harmony
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a reply to: suvorov I live in the country and do not want vast segments of the population to relocate here. We do not want
'crazy liberals' moving here, we have enough 'crazy conservative' here already..
Around here, there's already a huge difference in property tax between city living and country living. Much more then 5%- and the cost of property is
much lower too. Problem is, all the jobs are in the city.
Can't move away from work when you still need to pay the banksters.
I welcome a tax cut, but if more people build, my taxes are going up. I live in a state forest for a reason. I don't want walmart next door, I don't
want Starbucks anywhere near here. I live rural on purpose. I rather keep my tax and drive 30 miles to the big box store, than have the city all
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