What really galls me is that these tech companies like google, Twitter, Yelp, etc. reside in the Bay Area, get lavish tax breaks, use public bus stops for their bus behemoths without any contribution, and yet they can't do something simple like give money to a food bank. It's especially disgusting if you see how much food is just lying around Google, and how they joke about new employees gaining the "Google 15" at the beginning of employment. Just plain sickening.
Check out Daly City. You'll find that Manillatown is alive and well.
Tell you what, when all city workers start paying for their health insurance benefits and retirement plans, THEN we can look at proposing a 'health' tax like this one.
If I have to pay into my health care plan and retirement plan, so should everyone else. Also, if I have to pay taxes based on how much I make, so should everyone else.
We've become a nation of people who, if they have enough money, dodge their responsibilities of paying their fair share to keep the government funded. Sorry, but the gravy train needs to end. Starting with extreme cuts to Congress. Term limits for Congressmen, along with getting rid of their free gym, free plane rides, free limo service, free hotels, free meals, and their free healthcare for life. Not to mention, that Congressmen need to have payments stopped once they are out of office,unlike the current salary for life they currently receive.
A few teabaggers didn't like that they were going to lose the vote on the Affordable Healthcare Act, so what do they do? Hold the government hostage until they get their way. That's the very definition of terrorism, and these teabaggers should be rounded up and thrown in Gitmo as "enemy non-combatants". The GOP have become domestic terrorists, and should be treated as such. There should be no coddling by the government for these people and their actions. If the situation was reversed, the GOP wouldn't hesitate to lockup members of Congress that acted this way, so why should the Democrats be any different?
So she reaps the benefits of these blood suckers AND votes for the people and actions put forth by the Board (as all shareholders get to do), but she doesn't want to lose her money. Typical, greedy, and just as guilty as the rest of people who made the decisions not to perform any safety checks.
He wasn't killed, he died. Big difference. Use a dictionary if you're unsure of the meaning of each.
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