Here's the chance fo everyone to offload on why taxes have ruined their lives...
luvthesouth, not yet . . .
Carry on . . . as you were . . . BeRight.
R1KRA8, yes i have but i have not had the inclination to seek it out to try. have you?
sorry about that beright. please feel free to continue any thoughts about the topic.
Yawn. I think I clicked into a chat room. LOL
Y'all are testing my resolve.
luvthesouth, have you ever heard of Kopi Luwak?
well now...something we can agree on. thats a start. maybe i should give it a try if our local wal-mart carries it. usually the folgers columbian is our go-to everyday coffee.
i know what you mean about mcdonalds. years ago when i traveled with my company, i always stopped at burger king. they always seemed to have the freshest coffee among the fast food joints around here. btw, i would cover your starbucks. it is really a step above and depending on what you get, a great value for your money. we grind our own at the house. the latest we have is a nice sumatra bean that is pretty good.
munster can go too!
moderation, i will chip in and we can go to starbucks.
munster, i don't think you understood my last post. i do not trust the politicians to always do as they say. that is why i am waiting to see real results, not just worthless blather.
My opinion,plus a dollar, will get me a cup of coffee most places.
munster...go spend words at the grocery store. they are worthless. i wish to see evidence of real savings overall and not simply a shell game by our politicians. there is no burying of my head in the sand. i deal with profit and loss on a daily basis just like anyone that has income and bills. i do not desire appeasement...i demand results...and you should as well.
good morning munster. i have a rather large crystal ball here and i could probably look into it and make a prediction as well. however, i am more interested in the present. the term savings can be very misleading as well as the term projected savings. that seems to be the prevailing claim now. i think you will agree that so far that has not been the case. i still have my money on the overall increase in expenditures and debt. when the debt clock actually begins to regress, you will have me most of the way convinced. until then, i had rather get my dose of hot air from the caribbean.
"And there has already been reductions and savings regardless of what your republicans say !"....munster, keep us posted of the savings verses the expenditures if you would my good man. i am betting on the expenditures myself.
Here is an interesting "Taxed too much?" story . . .
School Town of Munster cancels referendum vote, for now
By Carmen McCollum
munster, i was referring to the immediate 2% social security tax increase which affects everyone that currently pays into the program. only those that get income and currently pay zero into social security remain unaffected. we have yet to see the full impact of all of the increases to come whther directly or indirectly. however, as much as i hate to see it happen, it is necessary to wake up people to the true cost and impact from the free-spending and borrowing that we all have allowed to occur. sadly, i predict the debt ceiling will be raised yet again and there will be no real meaningful positive change in the tax policies.
so munster, did you notice the recent tax increase on all who draw a real salary? only the free loaders escape this one. hmmmm. i have to check with my accountant to see if there are any new "rich" guy loopholes.....i'll get back to ya.
In all fairness . . .
You WILL find people jumping from one UNION to another or even sitting on multiple UNION boards . . .
Frank Cyphers (President of the ICWUC/UFCW)
000-056 - Food & Commercial Workers National Headquarters (Washington, DC)
000-038 - Food & Commercial Workers Leadership Council Chemical Workers Council (Akron, OH)
516-301 - Food & Commercial Workers Council, Mid-Atlantic Regional (Suwanee, GA)
You can get the union financial reports . . . you'll see . . . @ . . . unionreports.gov
munster, so is it possible that some of the union leadership and the rank and file ever use their good ol' boy network to manuever friends and relatives into positions that would otherwise be filled by others? if so, then that is not a problem....right? in most cases those that sit on the board of directors have significant stock holdings or specialized skills to be elected by the stockholders themselves. i directly own quite a few shares of an insurance company, although not enough to be invited too join the directers mind you, but at the end of each term we vote on who will serve. one of the reasons you may find people jumping from one corporation to another or even sitting on multiple boards would be for the same reason they even get on one board. if you are going to single-brush stroke them, then in all fairness you must brush stroke others...thats right...you already do..re: your texas comment on another topic. good one.
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