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Frankfort mayor made great strides, brought new energy to city in first year

There are 966 comments on the Journal and Courier story from Dec 30, 2012, titled Frankfort mayor made great strides, brought new energy to city in first year. In it, Journal and Courier reports that:

Before even stepping foot into his office in Old Stoney, Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes was making headlines.

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UNO

Frankfort, IN

#640 Jul 25, 2013
All of you are off of whom profits the most from the government !! The real takers who threaten the dynamism and fairness of industrial capitalism are not the welfare-poor or even the farmers. The takers are the unproductive rich, they are the true parasites from the private sector that suck the system dry.. Just a thought why you are scwobbling about farmers and less than fortunate....
Really

Frankfort, IN

#641 Jul 25, 2013
UNO wrote:
All of you are off of whom profits the most from the government !! The real takers who threaten the dynamism and fairness of industrial capitalism are not the welfare-poor or even the farmers. The takers are the unproductive rich, they are the true parasites from the private sector that suck the system dry.. Just a thought why you are scwobbling about farmers and less than fortunate....
How? Please explain!!!
bewilderedbyilli teracy

Frankfort, IN

#642 Jul 25, 2013
It is "squabble"
Interesting

Michigantown, IN

#643 Jul 25, 2013
punjab wrote:
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If the Farmer works and puts in many hours then why does he need government checks?
As for the lazy people who collect government checks, they are a blight on society as well. They should survive on their own instead of sucking on the government teat.
I bet the welfare and unemployment abusers make the farmers look like angels.
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#644 Jul 25, 2013
bewilderedbyilliteracy wrote:
It is "squabble"
No shit! Glad you learned something :)
Moron

Frankfort, IN

#645 Jul 25, 2013
punjab wrote:
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If the Farmer works and puts in many hours then why does he need government checks?
As for the lazy people who collect government checks, they are a blight on society as well. They should survive on their own instead of sucking on the government teat.
Great uneducated response there jabby
Really

Frankfort, IN

#646 Jul 25, 2013
UNO wrote:
All of you are off of whom profits the most from the government !! The real takers who threaten the dynamism and fairness of industrial capitalism are not the welfare-poor or even the farmers. The takers are the unproductive rich, they are the true parasites from the private sector that suck the system dry.. Just a thought why you are scwobbling about farmers and less than fortunate....
Waiting????? Please explain your lack of logic!!!
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#647 Jul 25, 2013
Really wrote:
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Waiting????? Please explain your lack of logic!!!
"really" look it up I don't have time to educate you.. Maybe tomorrow, my schedule permits time teach you lol ;)
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#648 Jul 25, 2013
Really wrote:
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Waiting????? Please explain your lack of logic!!!
I know who you are anyhow and I'm not in the mood for you to be picking on me!! I get picked on enough, you know that!!!! If I want to get on this site and debate or give my opinion, I will and you can't stop me. I can give an opinion and yes it is educated, I'm not going to toss out all of the degrees that I have, there is no need. There will always be human error, that doesn't mean I am belittling someone. You need to learn to read tone! This message has a tone, I hope you caught that... Have a nice evening.
Really

Frankfort, IN

#649 Jul 25, 2013
UNO wrote:
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I know who you are anyhow and I'm not in the mood for you to be picking on me!! I get picked on enough, you know that!!!! If I want to get on this site and debate or give my opinion, I will and you can't stop me. I can give an opinion and yes it is educated, I'm not going to toss out all of the degrees that I have, there is no need. There will always be human error, that doesn't mean I am belittling someone. You need to learn to read tone! This message has a tone, I hope you caught that... Have a nice evening.
Wow, you totally skirted that question!!! Expected!!
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#650 Jul 25, 2013
Really wrote:
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Wow, you totally skirted that question!!! Expected!!
Why must you annoy me so... Ok sit up straight and pay attention I am only going to say this once! The corporate elite is about 2% of the nation, this is a fact. The working class runs around 66%. These elite run these so called "rents"...(Google it). The expenditures from corporate tax loopholes is around 700 billion dollars for about 5 years, give or take a year.

1- graduated corporate income
2- inventory property sales
3- research and experimentation tax credit
4- deferring taxes for certain income earned over seas
5- alcohol fuel credit
6- credit for low income housing investments! Not mention grants!!!
7- deduction for domestic manufacturing

There is a couple to get you started... Oh and by the way, you're welcome, good night..
Really

Frankfort, IN

#651 Jul 25, 2013
UNO wrote:
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Why must you annoy me so... Ok sit up straight and pay attention I am only going to say this once! The corporate elite is about 2% of the nation, this is a fact. The working class runs around 66%. These elite run these so called "rents"...(Google it). The expenditures from corporate tax loopholes is around 700 billion dollars for about 5 years, give or take a year.
1- graduated corporate income
2- inventory property sales
3- research and experimentation tax credit
4- deferring taxes for certain income earned over seas
5- alcohol fuel credit
6- credit for low income housing investments! Not mention grants!!!
7- deduction for domestic manufacturing
There is a couple to get you started... Oh and by the way, you're welcome, good night..
At least that 2% work... US government spent 800 billion on welfare in 2011, 790 billion in 2010. I think that is where the problems lies.. Sorry..

Since: Jun 12

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#652 Jul 25, 2013
Frankie,The Hot Dog,was subpoenaed to testify on the mayors behalf. Over this rape case. Interesting
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#653 Jul 26, 2013
Really wrote:
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At least that 2% work... US government spent 800 billion on welfare in 2011, 790 billion in 2010. I think that is where the problems lies.. Sorry..
No that 2% does not work silly man! They are privileged parasites that sit on their asses collecting royalty checks and so called "rents" and then crybaby to the government that they have to pay taxes on their free money!! Apparently you missed that.. You didn't google it did you :)...
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#654 Jul 26, 2013
And I do not agree with the misuse of the welfare system either, I am not supporting lazy women/men to sit on their asses all day long pocketing government monies when they are not trying to move up in the world.. Sometimes people need help, but I do not agree with the abusers of the system..
hotdog

Elkhart, IN

#655 Jul 26, 2013
bewilderedbyilliteracy wrote:
It is "squabble"
dynamism=dynamics? lol
hotdog

Elkhart, IN

#656 Jul 26, 2013
UNO wrote:
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I'm not going to toss out all of the degrees that I have, there is no need.
It's Dr. Bill Clinton!
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#657 Jul 26, 2013
hotdog wrote:
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dynamism=dynamics? lol
Geesh "hotdog" I hate to tell you this but the word "dynamism" means:
a : a theory that all phenomena (as matter or motion) can be explained as manifestations of force compare mechanism
If all you can do is pick apart single words you are missing the entire point I was making... How very disappointing..
UNO

Frankfort, IN

#658 Jul 26, 2013
hotdog wrote:
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It's Dr. Bill Clinton!
You are way off!!!!!!!!!!
Bewildered byilliteracy

Frankfort, IN

#659 Jul 26, 2013
You' re offering the meaning of dynamism when you can't even spell mundane words such as squabbling? Come up against me, I've got 12 years college in comparison to your 7. Hit me with your best shot. Just looking at the word "dynamic" and knowing it's meaning is enough to give you a general idea what the word means... Wanna scwobble?

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