Posted by user on June 9, 2009, 8:48 pm
Lord Gow333, Joey Styles' newest fan! wrote:
If someone has permission to build a pig farm or factory,yes it is.
The market has determined these products are needed and you are impeding
That's abuse of the free market. Now more
Not when they own shares in them they won't
Then they will go out of business in favor of
You are living in dreamland
It's the truth, the republican NIMBY situations are well known. Business
is great as long as it's not in your back yard.
Hardly, it provides everything you need to run a business. Roads,
hospitals, fire departments, state and federal control of banking,
investments education, national and state defense etc... all of which
guarantees' your customers the stability to spend money.
Everything beyond that is up to
You get a job or set up your own business, hardly everything.
Most businessmen, not all but most, are willing to mentor
LOL, my business does not require "Apprentices", those that do, do it
for sound business reasons, not out of philanthropy. As far as taxation
goes, any businessman worth his salt has ton's of write offs already.
Posted by William Wixon on June 10, 2009, 4:25 am
lol! that was my exact reaction too from reading lord gow's (entire) post.
Posted by Lord Gow333, Dirk Benedict's n on June 6, 2009, 4:10 am
They're the ones who kept gas below $ a gallon, right?
"I am a Democrat and here is my energy plan" (holding up a picture of an old
VW Bug with a sail attached to it) - Rep Devin Nunes
Posted by William Wixon on June 6, 2009, 5:20 am
probably with massive subsidies to the oil companies. you tax dollars.
seems the republicans know how best to spend your tax dollars. it's a sweet
set up, they take money out of your pocket, give it to the oil companies and
then you can be pleased at the pump you're paying less than $ and it's your
team who's doing it. saw a post by a german the other day, he said gasoline
is over $/gal. there, that's probably the TRUE cost of gasoline
btw, i loved krugman's column the other day, ripping reagan, pinpointed his
administration as the beginning of the downfall of our once great united
Posted by Lord Gow333, Dirk Benedict's n on June 7, 2009, 2:07 am
Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently. - Henry Ford