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But LeBron is only doing what more than half of Cleveland's population has done over the in the last 60 years: Getting the hell out of the place.
He didn't leave because of money, though some analyses show that he can take home more in pay in Florida despite a lower salary. Ohio used to be one of the lowest-tax states in the country. Now it's one of the highest.
That's what Clevelanders should be outraged about. Their economy has enough to deal with already without being put in a full court press by high taxes.
Cleveland needs to get rid of its savior complex. LeBron James could never have saved Cleveland--no single sports star or entrepreneur or bailout can--but there are definite, proven steps that any city can take to improve
life for its citizens.