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If you lived in NJ, you cannot afford to live there on a fixed retiree income, property taxes kill you.
Just go there and visit and enjoy buying tax free clothing and groceries if you are camping.
Sheer idiocy! If the tax rates are so low, how do they pay for quality education? Which naturally leads to the next question, how do they pay for effective law enforcement? (Where did you think those undereducated kids were going to go when they could be tried as adults?) Since the elderly are vulnerable to disease, how do they pay for proper sanitation? What about libraries, parks, museums, & other sources of free entertainment, so important to those on a fixed income?
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