Just three days ago I wrote about J.E. Dyer of HotAir.com ignoring immigration's impact on California.
There isn't much fundamentally different between that and their earlier post. Both present helping corporations as the solution, while ignoring the three million or so illegal aliens present in California. Johnsen's post is keyed to a Chief Executive magazine survey (chiefexecutive.net/best-worst-states-for-business-2012) finding that California was the worst state in the U.S. to do business . But, both engage in the Fiscal Con: see that link and the first link in this post for more.
Please take a moment and let all of them know what you think: @erikajohnsen @optimisticcon @EdMorrissey
 New York state claimed 49, and Illinois 48; Texas was 1 and Florida 2. Most of the top ten are southern states. If you think living in Florida, Tennessee, Indiana, South Carolina, or (non-DC) Virginia would be better than living in California, please by all means move there.
Thu, 05/03/2012 - 13:27 · Importance: 3