Source: Lake Geneva Regional News

Re: Enough Already
July 14, 2011 | 10:36 PM

You seem to be implying that the Koch Brothers' money is "theirs" but the money a teacher or public employee earns by years of hard work is somehow "not theirs." I guess it's much more noble to run a major corporation and make millions (or billions) than it is to live your entire life on a moderate salary and then have the nerve to expect medical and dental coverage. But hey, you're right... Everyone should be able to keep all their money. Let's just eliminate taxes altogether, shall we? Let's see how that works out. I was sick of drinking clean water and driving on paved roads anyway. And to answer your question, of course the same thing applies to George Soros. He's filthy rich too, so why on Earth would I think he should he be excused from a 3% upper-class tax hike? What a silly question. And by "freeloaders," I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you're not talking about educators (particularly one who has been a top-flight educator for 41 years). I'm assuming you're referring to people who abuse the welfare system, false disability payments, bogus lawsuits, etc. If this is the case, then... well... I'm opposed to fraud. I'm also opposed to kicking old people in the shins and biting the heads off kittens, but what does this have to do with whether or not this lady is a dedicated public servant or just an evil greedy "money sucker" as the genius at the bottom of this thread believes.

Seriously... try thinking.
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