The Prostitution of Bed Tax.

The Prostitution of Bed Tax.

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Joe

Leesburg, FL

#1 Jun 23, 2014
As an example a prostitute on the corner of Main Street will check into any infamous hotel or motel. The Streamline is an example of where the bed tax is going. A revolving door policy that could involve a special rate. Anyone not willing to accept the offer of an imposed bed tax will be fined in code enforcement violations - as a threat for not complying to the rule. Anyone not generating enough income to cover the bed tax will be under enforcement. The bed tax becomes a reflection of the tax codes effecting the surrounding area. No use for the property becomes a reminder that this could involve any hotel at anytime which by example was a recent news report about the demolition of the Sea Side Inn as an eyesore. The conflict of interest in property would be in reviving a hotel previously managed by a pedophile that wasn't convicted the first time. When those rules apply it becomes easy to understand that both are just another above the law idea. The bed tax is a smaller amount reported as an increased percentage that will only be increased by the number of hotels/motels that are willing to comply that can include favors not a tax write off for the owner a tax exempt write off that the government will allow as a payment recorded as the bed tax
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#2 Jun 25, 2014
Joe wrote:
As an example a prostitute on the corner of Main Street will check into any infamous hotel or motel. The Streamline is an example of where the bed tax is going. A revolving door policy that could involve a special rate. Anyone not willing to accept the offer of an imposed bed tax will be fined in code enforcement violations - as a threat for not complying to the rule. Anyone not generating enough income to cover the bed tax will be under enforcement. The bed tax becomes a reflection of the tax codes effecting the surrounding area. No use for the property becomes a reminder that this could involve any hotel at anytime which by example was a recent news report about the demolition of the Sea Side Inn as an eyesore. The conflict of interest in property would be in reviving a hotel previously managed by a pedophile that wasn't convicted the first time. When those rules apply it becomes easy to understand that both are just another above the law idea. The bed tax is a smaller amount reported as an increased percentage that will only be increased by the number of hotels/motels that are willing to comply that can include favors not a tax write off for the owner a tax exempt write off that the government will allow as a payment recorded as the bed tax
JOE!!! You're rambling again HOWEVER I agree with you (imagine that) If we are going to be forced to accept legalized MJ use, then we need to look at a realistic system for legalizing prostitution with STRICT health requirements, MONTHLY health certificates, NO body to body bare contacts( required condoms for those that have no clue) and make it a situation that if you follow the rules and don't get out of line, then the vice squad CAN'T touch you or your "customer". For those weird people with sexual hang ups, they can go out , pay the price, and go back to their dark world leaving the NORMAL people alone to enjoy their life without the perverts lurking about. It works in the free thinking countries around the world, so why not here?
Dragonfly Hummingbird

Oviedo, FL

#3 Jun 26, 2014
Might as well make it legal. It cost too much to take them to jail every week. Tax them and we might erase the national debt.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#4 Jun 26, 2014
Legalized MJ use nothing to do with the topic Prostitution [only mentioned to get to the point of a corrupt bed tax that has nothing to do with health laws or requirements. It has to do with the bed tax as an imposed fine enforced by code violations - moving along- you want to pass a law that prostitution should b legalized where the customers are not allowed to touch the prostitute after spending tax dollars to examine that possibility and enforce the law under a look but don't touch policy using 100's of dollars at time. Way to go Meatball now you have agreed that its the public who should pay a vigorous amount for a law you want to pass and pay the government for without getting anything.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#5 Jun 26, 2014
Dragonfly Hummingbird wrote:
Might as well make it legal. It cost too much to take them to jail every week. Tax them and we might erase the national debt.
The bed tax raises the issue. From a technical aspect prostitution has been legalized into another public/private concern. The true definition of public private is legal/illegal the properties benefit the laws punish anyone else wanting to be rewarded. It defeats the purpose of making the idea legal. Prostitution has been legalized to the point of becoming a public private concern as much as anything else. Those businesses profit from a write off by providing a private service to the public that would effect legitimate business. The quick buck profit margin assists in lowing the property values to benefit the time share market which in itself is a private enterprise.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#6 Jun 26, 2014
Dragonfly Hummingbird wrote:
Might as well make it legal. It cost too much to take them to jail every week. Tax them and we might erase the national debt.
With reality that close to your door it's a tough thing to do. You're taxed by the county that enforces an illegal property tax. That means the owner of the Shark Lounge can profit from a girl snorting or sucking coke off of somebodies [D**k ] The club that Lentz closed down was a hard time because he was caught by an informant. Not the owner the owners son?> What's going on here? Where is the owner. Nobody knows. The person on the tape was the owner it was shakedown. When it his a newspaper outside of the DBNJ that's when everything became a question. Pat Northey mention that she's just going to wait for the problem to go away- that's what she did. Her campaign funds reflect that no one will challenge her seat outside of the commission. False numbers.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#7 Jun 26, 2014
Prostitution alone is a career crime in theory. Career crimes in Florida would have to lead to some belief that repeat offenders have difficulty in being represented. If you can not afford an attorney one will be appointed to you... it's a lower level of the judicial system. Keeping the public defenders in their place would explain why the case that should be high profile isn't ! The court system moves back. It creates a back log where anything can happen. The DBNJ will write stories that will never make sense. The crime rate is on a rotation. More time for the lawyers that make money to build a defense or find a corrupt judge / or both.

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