Printed letters, November 12, 2013

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Well done Mr.Phillips.  Why should we support the future taxpayers’ education of our valley? We want to attract ONLY retired wealthy that believe they got that way with no one else’s help. Make the public poor transported now by bus, walk…hey Chazen?
Why should we care about the ability of someone else’s kid or poor grandparent to breathe clean fresh air? They got sick because they are poor….the proverbial “other side of the railroad tracks” attitude…. let ‘um walk miles in the cold…..hey Chazen? 
What is wrong with this country? Well its not a Half-black/Half-white President. 
It is propaganda that too many people watch on TV and listen to on radio.  It is the spiraling trend of the wealthy people and corporations, that have no loyalty to what is best for the WHOLE country or a multi-generational future. They are not responsible to pay, or feed or educate for the future. No expectations on them for their countrymen….they are too wealthy to be touched by such.  Taxpayers, wake up, taxpayers are allowing the rich and corporations to tell taxpayers they don’t deserve to dream anymore.  After all, the taxpayer is only a dumb, uneducated, propaganda-filled mule not able to make informed decisions except to pay into the system that coddles and caters to the rich and corporations. We now have a “royal” class of rich and corporate executives.  Taxpayers don’t get to have a living wage. Taxpayers only get enough to hope for “just a little more” as my 87 year old aunt said as her food stamps are decreased by $47 a month.  At $15/hour that is $31,200/ year.  Is that a living wage for a family? Emphatically NO!  But taxpayers can walk…hey Chazen?

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