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This is great news. And such defined contributions really ought not be more than private employers pay into Social Security as their share, with the eventual goal of converting City employees to pure Social Security. These wonderful, bright City employees must be reminded that they are free to save for their old age as the rest of us have to do. Not mentioned, but we City taxpayers also ought not to provide (increasingly longer and more expensive) health care for life. On that, we all need to be in the same boat: Medicare (and hopefully, one day, single-payer, not insurance company-mediated health care, as part of a national system such as that in the rest of developed countries who spend far less for far better outcomes than we do).
A "pro" what, Guleff? At counting on the 73% bastardy rate in the "black" "community" to rebound into power eventually? Ask him how he talks to Ruby's "bunch of boys at home, and whether that includes the one who got convicted of criminal sex in east Tennessee for statutory predation of an underage (white) girl via the Internet. My f___g hero, AC Wharton. I never thought he would turn so racial since I met him and helped him a long time ago. Ask him if he plans to run for another office on racial rhetoric after this Mayoral scam he got away with running on us.
I will just keep drinking rather than point out the BS of people who will hate me for it or support people who will never thank me or repay me for it. I just hope I've paid my last POS tax bill passed by any of these whores.
Will you be fustest with the mostest on backgrounders and interviews with the 91 filers? Or will Dries?
It amuses me to see these Communists continue to stick ME with the costs of babysitting THEIR spawn while trying to stiff-arm the largely black underclass out of THEIR schools.
The federal government extracts too much money from the national economy so it can spend too much. Cohen's "something for everybody" means "something for every Congressperson" to brag about, and make contributors out of the contractors and other beneficiaries with, and get re-elected on. Why have to suck up to a strong speaker when you can have more of the collective judgment of 434 other members? And I hate to see Cohen continuing to pander by griping about the Supreme Court's recognition that it would have to grab this fourth rail of politics and end the discriminatory treatment of a few states absent continuing violations of civil rights, because Congress so plainly didn't have the guts to do it themselves.
IMHO, Sara was not an aggressive consumer advocate controlling state communication monopolies when for many years she enjoyed the emoluments of the nice state government sinecure her husband the State Senator got for her. Now, as I read the less punch-pulling coverage of Tom Humphrey, the REAL dean of political writing in Tennessee, I see that Sara will serve us if she doesn't let the needs of her aged mother or her must-be-30-something-at-least children drain her time and attention from the (not so laid back as the former TRA) job of governor of Tennessee.
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