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According to the nonpartisan Tax Foundation, if President Obama drives us over the Fiscal Cliff, it'll be New Jersey residents who'll bear the brunt of the pain.
New Jersey residents would be the hardest hit in the nation, with the average family of four paying an extra $6,933. That same family in Connecticut would ante up an extra $6,653 and in New York, $4,103, according to the nonpartisan research group Tax Foundation.
And that's on top of the $2,200 bucks each of us loses if the payroll tax cut expires too.
I can't wait to see the look on my liberal friends' faces when reality bites them in the ass. "I don't mind paying a little more!" is a familiar retort to my anti-tax protestations. Well then, I hope their definition of "a little more" is north of 11 grand. Otherwise, oops.
As a wise man once said, be careful what you wish for, you might get it.
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