Ann is so right: “growth” requires new people, more people require more services, more services require more money–and where does that money come from? Taxpayers, in this case of “growth” likely property tax payers, which is THE most unfair tax ever created.
And when tax money becomes short then more growth, more people, more services, more money is required–an unending spiral that requires a pinprick to burst the bubble.
I’m not an economist, but what exactly is growth—is growth more houses being built that gobble up open space? Is growth putting more cars on the road? Building more roads? Is growth constructing more schools and hiring more teachers? Building more Walmarts or more low-income housing? Does growth require more government agencies including for more services such as welfare and police? And, does growth mean that we generally need more government to control everybody and every thing?
You betcha! The refugee slowdown is effecting this resettlement contractor’s “growth.” It is all Trump’s fault says its executive director Jane Graupman. Five of nine federal refugee contractors share the refugee pie in MN because business is good (for them). Or, has been good for them until now!
I know, call me an economic ignoramus, but why is all that a good thing—that we must haul in more and more (culture challenging) immigrants…
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