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Missing tapes? Try the Nixon Library. I despise this woman and this current Administration.
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Eminent Disaster

Michael542 Wrote: Mar 13, 2014 6:11 PM
Local bureaucrats always get in trouble playing with the big dogs. In Poway, CA near where we live, the local school board recently did a reverse mortgage type loan for $110 million dollars to complete existing projects and fund new projects. Problem? No payments can be made for 20 years under threat of major penalty and the repayment amount? $1 Billion dollars. Imagine moving into that town and 20 years from now you discover this major increase on your property tax bill to cover this ridiculous loan. At least with eminent domain, the owners received some financial compensation for their property. Try and sell your property when the buyer discovers these hidden loans coming due. I can't post here what should happen to these officials for burdening the citizens of their area like this.
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Eminent Disaster

Michael542 Wrote: Mar 13, 2014 6:05 PM
Unlikely unless Pfizer was the private developer mentioned in the article and the transfer, if it actually took place, specifically mentioned required development in a specific time frame as a condition of the transfer. It would be interesting to see who holds title to these properties now. More than sad.
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Eminent Disaster

Michael542 Wrote: Mar 13, 2014 6:02 PM
The article mentions giving the land to a private developer. Who is this developer? Did the transfer take place or does the City still own the property? Pfizer is gone so who do you litigate against for this travesty?
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Eminent Disaster

Michael542 Wrote: Mar 13, 2014 5:42 PM
In the truest sense of the law you are correct however, as we have seen lately, politico types always figure out ways around laws and the Constitution. I believe the Supreme Court should re-read the Constitution. Have you never heard of legislating from the bench?
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What Goes Up…

Michael542 Wrote: Feb 07, 2014 11:12 AM
When there's blood in the streets...
There it is! What took you so long to play the race card? Got a weak hand?
Too bad you and all your occupy friends do not have the ability to critically think this through. By paying a higher minimum wage, the lowest income people may be placed in a higher tax bracket therefore eliminating some entitlements. By raising the wage the end result is you pay more in taxes...the real reason behind the tactic. Simpletons.
Gee, the girl in the headline picture just posted something. What's the matter Goldie, the porridge too hot? Stop complaining. It is likely someone else paid for it.
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Sorry About Calling You 'Uncle Tom'

Michael542 Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 4:01 PM
It works so well because victimization and thin skinned polices are what our children are being taught in public schools. Think of a school yard as the ultimate example of the free market being violently intruded by government. Normally school yard politics play out the way nature intended. Now, due to government intervention, those early school yard interactions never take place. The child grows into an adult incapable of handling the normal pressures of daily life. The slightest indication of negativity is mishandled at best and violently attacked at worst. Welcome to the 21st century. We are currently about half way down the most slippery of slopes, the destruction of our most valuable asset as a Nation...it's citizens.
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