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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    $10+ Billion Dollars Leaves Michigan in Just One Year

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sat Jan 18, 2014 at 11:42:07 AM EST
    Tags: Money Walks - Bullsh!t Talks, Tax Hikes, Big Govt, Bloated Budgets, Amnesty, Common Core, A pair of Dicks, Snydercaid, Costly Energy, Slick Rick, Mr 36%, MEDC, Detroit, Bailouts, Transparency, Cronyism, Lying Liars, NERD Fund, Rich Baird, Any Dillon, Kevyn Orr, Obama donors, One Term Nerd (all tags)

    It has crossed my mind. If growing government is considered "a success" by an alleged Republican dominated state with every lever of power in Lansing, then WhyTF would I want to remain here just to be fleeced?

    Michigan's population is slowly rebounding, but millionaires may not be sticking around for the state's revival. [Where is the "revival"?]

    Despite encouraging economic trends and a booming stock market, the state had 10,000 fewer millionaire households in 2013 than 2012, the Phoenix Global Wealth Monitor estimated in a report released this week.

    Continued below the fold

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    The affluent are typically better insulated from economic downturns, but they can only absorb so much, said David Thompson, who oversees the report.

    "Michigan has definitely taken a hit," said Thompson, who produces the report for Phoenix Marketing International in New York. "The economic circumstances in the state will always eventually have an impact on the number of wealthy households."

    The survey of savings and investments - which doesn't include traditional pensions or real estate - estimates there are 6.1 million millionaires nationwide. Michigan was home to 170,000 of them last year, down from 180,000 the year before.

    The state's per-capita rank fell to 37th from 27th over that time. That's a far cry from its heyday in 2007, when Michigan ranked 14th and had 214,000 households with $1 million or more in investable assets, the Phoenix Marketing Group found.

    In Birmingham, financial adviser William Messner has noticed clients leaving the state

    Of course, this just wouldn't be a news article without tossing in some flapdoodle by a noted Corporate Welfare parasite and Common Core pimp.

    Richard Studley, president of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, said the overall findings don't square with population gains, increases to the state's per capita income and a host of other statistics showing Michigan has emerged from its 10-year funk.

    Here. Now you can't say you don't know Dick.  ☜ that Dick, and this Dick wants Amnesty too.  No, not Bee-esSing.  Aw, but CS, those poor f#@%ers are forced to live in the shadows.

    < Unconstitutionality Of Energy Mandates | Ummm, maybe it would have been a good idea to read that fine print? >

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    by KG One on Sun Jan 19, 2014 at 12:03:30 PM EST
    Just the Cloward/Piven Strategy being put into effect on a state level.

    Nothing to see here.

    Move along.

    On a related note, I sure hope that the Michigan Chamber likes sticking it members with higher UI costs.

    Contrary to the assertions of Nancy Pelosi, those UI benefits don't pay for themselves.

    Take a wild guess who does?

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