De Blasio wants to treat all people "equitably," by making sure that the
"low income" have all the same amenities and cachet as those who are
paying many times more for their apartments. What is "equitable" about
that? Whatever happened to "You get what you pay for"?
It will become much worse as we let wealth decide the elections.
...and lobbyist get a private entry at our capital in SLC. Privilege is bought
and paid for. America, land of the free, where everything is for sale.
Ah, but of course,The Servant's Entrance.
class warfare is real and its wagged by the rich on all that are not rich. it
has been this way sinece the beginning of time. look what the banks did and got
away with it. no jail time. if you took 5,000 dollars you would got to prison if
you are middle or lower class. the banks swiped billions and its ok because they
are rich and people say they earned it. many rich people make money at the cost
of many of us like corporate farmers that get paid by tax to not grow food.
america started with the idea all could get rich. but it becomes almost
impossible with the cost of education and housing.
HVHprivilege is bought and paid for. BO's no different.lketwhich banks swiped billions? Too much MNSBC and john stewart for
you!investors in banks that failed LOST their money. commercial
banks that survived paid back their TARP money, plus interest. It was fannie
and freddie, forced to buy bad loans from low income folks by barney frank, that
still owe TARP. don't forget GM and Chrysler - in those bankruptcies public
employees' pension funds were hosed, but unions came out smelling like a
rose - like HVH said, privilege is bought an paid for. Unions bought BO and it
paid off for them.
I can't imagine having to live in NY City. What a liberal stink hole. Taxes
so ridiculously high any chance of getting ahead is impossible and add to that
the toxic culure of mis-fits. My daughter and her family took a short tour of
some of the city and she told me as I pikced her up from the air port that she
couldn't get out of that place fast enough. What a hole.
I can imagine there must be thousands of New Yorkers hoping for the day they can
move to their new home in ...Cedar Hills.
@patriotLol, you're my favorite contributor. Little did your
small town library know the amount of irony that would be unleashed when they
hooked up the internet.
FDRfanConsidering the Democrats are raising more money than the
Republicans, I couldn't agree with you more.Mark B Personally I hope no West Coast or East Coast people discover Utah. I snuck
in here from LA, and visited back there last month. No regrets in moving, and
would never go back. I'm a USC fan, not a Southern California (or Northern
Mexico, as it is becomming) fan.