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And forget this business. I know a great deal of people, all in their 20’s and 30’s who just want out of Minnesota. But all my anecdotes are irrelevant. If you want to go through the state demographer’s data or census data, look and observe how lots of the youngsters are sticking around.
And we’re not talking welfare recipient youth who are just heading to remain around, spit out some future welfare collecting youth and demand more taxpayer money for the “chillllldreeeen.” We’re talking the GENUINE financial future of Minnesota. The STEM-educated 20 and 30 somethings. The ones who will work. The ones with purchasing power. The ones who, even without a degree, just want to work.
And the veritable geniuses who could have avoided things like economic collapses. They’re departing (you research the info, I’m too tired right now). Of course the stewards of Minnesota have failed to keep the continuing state up as a viable economic entity. Of today And now you understand our two-vocabulary terms. Brain drain is whenever your smartest people leave. Either because their work potential clients are too low, or they know that at the income they’d cause you to tax them too high, they leave.
And they take not only their production with them, but their spending, their tax bottom dollars and (quite honestly) their exemplary law-abiding citizen behavior. Capital flight is when money flees out of your country, condition or city in search of better comes back. 3M’s CEO may have said something concerning this, but I’m sure you MPR folk chalked this up to him just as an “evil greedy capitalist” and cannot realize why 3M has expanded overseas rather than here. In both full cases, you will have the key to understanding why casing prices in Minnesota are more reflective of Detroit and Las Vegas than it has been in the past.
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You’re losing your makers. You’re dropping your contributing people of society. In the long run I dread we can look to Detroit as the best outcome for Minneapolis. You’ll think the citizens would realize how anti-business Democrats, anti-corporate policies, and suffocating EPA and environmental regulations enough to prevent the utter destruction of the town soon, but apparently not.
Apparently the propaganda of socialism preferences so sweet and is so intoxicating you are completely oblivious to it destroying your neighborhood around you. You are completely oblivious to how it annihilates your life as well as your family. And it is so powerful, you can’t know how anti-business, anti-capitalism, anti-individual policies suffocateif not, eliminate growth. But for some social people that connection is very clear. And those are the cultural people with the brains and the capital. Those will be the producers and innovators. Those will be the entrepreneurs or just plain ole hard workers who are prepared to support themselves and produce something of value. As well as for whatever you Minnesotans who are those individuals, do yourself a favor.