Thinking Right’s weekend free-for-all. Pick a topic:
● Forbes magazine identifies Cleveland as America’s city of greatest misery. The conclusion is based on unemployment, taxes, violent crime, commute times and other factors in cities with a population greater than 245,000. Pray tell why Georgia would spend public money to poach jobs from desperate fellow citizens? A story noting that in the past eight months three Ohio firms, two of them from Cleveland and one from Dayton, moved two headquarters and one production line to metro Atlanta was headlined “Ohio’s pain is Georgia’s gain.” As Americans, we have nothing to gain from the joblessness of our fellow citizens. And besides, with drinking water and traffic congestion problems here, why are we giving tax breaks to entice domestic-employer relocations?
● Georgia must prepare its finances for the coming tsunami of federal debt, which of course will be offloaded to the states. A possible outcome of the D.C. health care debacle,