- Oct 13, 2004
chemical sterilization if you are relying on tax payers to subsist
No doubt! There are many different walks of life that abuse welfare systems. Some even have six figure salaries..
relying on my hard work to improve your life is bullshit, whether you are ceo of a large company or some lazy ass on long term government assistance.
neat to build your explanation around your philosophy.You've relied on someone else's hard work to improve your life. You required someone to build a company for you to be employed, he required someone to build a community where his company could thrive, and that community required a developed etc..
Not the same thing at all. What you describe is self-perpetuation govt bureaucracy living off people that work in the real world.Not exactly the same thing, that I understand. The point of this is that great things happen when people work together.
"Great Things Happen" when the government stays the fuck out of the way. The owners of Microsoft, McDonalds, Sears, Ford, etc didn't 'rely' on the government to provide anything.
The owners of Microsoft, McDonalds, Sears, Ford, etc didn't 'rely' on the government to provide anything.
A decade ago, Illinois showered Sears Roebuck & Co. with $60 million in state and local tax breaks to build a suburban campus far from its easily accessible downtown tower. Every state has similar examples that dwarf the new subsidies now being offered to cities.
http://www.nytimes.com/books/first/s/schlosser-fast.htmlEver since the administration of President Richard Nixon, the fast food industry has worked closely with its allies in Congress and the White House to oppose new worker safety, food safety, and minimum wage laws. While publicly espousing support for the free market, the fast food chains have quietly pursued and greatly benefited from a wide variety of government subsidies. Far from being inevitable, America’s fast food industry in its present form is the logical outcome of certain political and economic choices.
http://www.siteselection.com/ssinsider/bbdeal/bd041108.htmOAKVILLE, Ont. Ending an anxious eight-month wait, — Ford Motor Company (www.ford.com), has picked Oakville, Ontario (www.ontariocanada.com) for an US$818-million expansion. What's more, in a major departure from historic form, Canada and Ontario have together ponied $164 million in subsidies.