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Brian1696 Wrote: May 16, 2012 9:02 PM
I agree! Let's start with the Czars, the EPA should at least be severely slashed, the IRS can be slashed with the institution of a Fair Tax, if we get businesses rolling the rest will take care of itself!
Joycey Wrote: May 16, 2012 10:12 PM
You are not being factual. If there is a river that everyone owns a business might dump toxic chemicals into it if the corrupt government does not stop them. And if the corrupt media fails to mention it. And if corrupt hospitals do not make an issue about the children that are sick from it.

Private property is always cared for by its owner better than rental and far better than publicly held.
Joycey Wrote: May 16, 2012 10:08 PM
First goes the Dept. of Propaganda. I mean education.
Brian1696 Wrote: May 16, 2012 9:52 PM
Did you read the article here about Tombstone? Do you think that is about the Enviroment? I think maybe its about using regulatory agencies to beat up your adversaries
xj7134ny Wrote: May 16, 2012 9:41 PM
Well, Brian, we were talking more about individuals who are collecting salaries/benefits that are not aligned. I'm not putting my trust in businesses to be stewards of the environment -- they have proven that immediate profits are valued far more than clean air and water -- and they have shown us that time and time again that their greed is boundless. So , I wouldn't remove regulations.
The real class warfare in this country isn't rich vs. poor, it's government employees vs. we, the taxpayers, who pay their salaries.

Working for the government is supposed to be a trade-off: You can't be fired and don't have to exert yourself, but you will receive smaller remuneration than in the private sector, where layoffs are common (especially in the Obama economy!). Instead, government jobs are safe, secure, pressure-free -- and now, amazingly lucrative!

Whether it's in Wisconsin, Illinois, California or the nation's capital, today's public sector workers expect to do little or no work (I'm not counting partying...

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