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Telco

join:2008-12-19
reply to jazzy_

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You guys are talking up SC, as if it's the Hamptons, yet you accuse me of having "blinders". Yes, SC has 'some' expensive areas, that is known as the exception, not the norm. As does almost every developed country, however, their expense ranges in the tens of millions.

In terms of 'median wealth per adult', a Credit Suisse report illustrates that America does not make the top ten; all Big Gov type nations take the spots - ironically.

Not to mention, they do indeed pay more in taxes but have the cutting-edge infrastructure, modern and clean cities, and world leading quality of life to show for it. Whereas, not a single US city ranks in the top 40 globally for livability any more; not a single Southern city in the top 80.

With the exception of Florida, no Republican city is world renowned for travel. In fact, an easy Google search brings up the various reputable sources illustrating this reality firsthand. Heck, not a single foreign airline flies into Charleston versus the '92' that service London.

Back to the original point, the rest of the world is not poor as you guys assume they are or talk-radio tells you they are.


Corehhi

join:2002-01-28
Bluffton, SC
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said by Telco:

You guys are talking up SC, as if it's the Hamptons, yet you accuse me of having "blinders". Yes, SC has 'some' expensive areas, that is known as the exception, not the norm. As does almost every developed country, however, their expense ranges in the tens of millions.

So does the rest of the world. Hong Kong?? Singapore? London?? Just follow the money center banks all over the world that is where you find the rich people for the most part.