Next time someone tells you we need massive tax subsidies for the University of Wisconsin…

September 18th, 2008

…because we don’t want to end up like Mississippi, sildenafil viagra sale just point out that Mississippi isn’t all bad.

For example, viagra they had the highest personal income growth in the nation earlier this year.

Wisconsin, on the other hand, ranked 40th out of 50 states.

Maybe we can give the professors at the University of Wisconsin some more money so they can study how that happened.

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  • 1. Debunked  |  September 18th, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    If somebody’s making $10 an hour and gets a quarter raise, their personal income growth was 2.5%. Point: it takes less actual increase for the poor to have a higher growth, percentage wise.

    I’d be interested in the seeing the median income levels and median income growth compared.

    Afterall, averages are nice and good – but if Bill Gates walks into a bar with 10 people, the average income of everybody in the bar increases by millions a year.

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