Yeah, Graham is on track with this one. There is a tiny bit of wisdom in what Newt says; teaching work ethics and all. But as usual with these guys (the Republican field) he can't help but put it into the most class hating terms he can. There is no nuance, let alone compassion, to the Republican field at all. What a bunch of bozos.
Are they going to follow this up with a Dockers brand version? Some of us aren't so young and skinny any more.
What's with the whole strict proportionality argument regarding taxes anyway? That's never been guaranteed for any version of a tax or assessment or user fee or what have you. I may shit a lot less than some people (I suspect this is true) but I pay the same sewer rates. This whole argument rings false. It can be applied to any program our government pays for as well, why concentrate on bikes and bike infrastructure?
Paul Cone hit the nail on the head. There are many problems with this consolidation plan. It concentrates too much power in the hands of too few, namely Leonard and the development community. The committee identified many problems with the consolidation but Leonard and Sam made it clear that they were going to ram consolidation through, all other concerns be damned.
There's a big difference from living in a "mixed use" environment and living at the mall. If you can't figure it out for yourself, I'm not going to be able to.
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