YDR Opinion: Lay off the double standard

YDR Opinion: Lay off the double standard

There are 4 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Mar 30, 2011, titled YDR Opinion: Lay off the double standard. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Eyeing the financial squeeze most public schools face with next year's budget, state Sen.

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Tired of All of the BS

York, PA

#1 Mar 30, 2011
Look, it’s time for some REAL Change in Harrisburg. NOW is the Time with an all Republican Legislators and Governor. Property owners need some relief NOW.

- Pass legislation to repeal property tax and replace with a higher state sales tax on all items, services and purchases to fund our school system. That way everybody pays from Welfare Recipient to Corporate President. NOW that’s Fair……

- Take all taxing power away from the local school boards.

- Reduce all Welfare Funding by fifteen percent [ 15%]- the taxpayer has long been forced to make due with much more than a fifteen percent [ 15%] reduction in their household - TIME for the Welfare Freeloaders to feel the pinch too.

- STOP all funding and services to ALL Illegal’s…..

- The list could go on forever BUT this would be a Great Start….

Will the all Republican Legislators and Governor do this or anything close to this, Probably Not as they are to much of a P U $$ Y to do so, they do not want to hear all of the outcries from the Liberals and Freeloaders - WHY do the Right Thing by the taxpayers who are footing the bill for all of the wasted social programs spent. Heck over one-third of the state budget goes to Welfare.

The Time for Change is NOW….

Harrisburg, WAKE UP
Tired of All of the BS

York, PA

#2 Mar 30, 2011
F-ing Topix, try to do the right thing by using spell checker, then copy and paste and what do you get, a bunch of garbled characters...

Look, it’s time for some REAL Change in Harrisburg. NOW is the Time with an all Republican Legislators and Governor. Property owners need some relief NOW.

- Pass legislation to repeal property tax and replace with a higher state sales tax on all items, services and purchases to fund our school system. That way everybody pays from Welfare Recipient to Corporate President. NOW that’s Fair……

- Take all taxing power away from the local school boards.

- Reduce all Welfare Funding by fifteen percent [ 15%]- the taxpayer has long been forced to make due with much more than a fifteen percent [ 15%] reduction in their household - TIME for the Welfare Freeloaders to feel the pinch too.

- STOP all funding and services to ALL Illegal’s…..

- The list could go on forever BUT this would be a Great Start….

Will the all Republican Legislators and Governor do this or anything close to this, Probably Not as they are to much of a P U $$ Y to do so, they do not want to hear all of the outcries from the Liberals and Freeloaders - WHY do the Right Thing by the taxpayers who are footing the bill for all of the wasted social programs spent. Heck over one-third of the state budget goes to Welfare.

The Time for Change is NOW….

Harrisburg, WAKE UP
Anonymous

Greencastle, PA

#3 Mar 30, 2011
Teachers are grossly OVER PAID as it is.IN MY OPTION
Patrick Fero

New Freedom, PA

#4 Mar 30, 2011
Let's face it: The real reason for all this is that gov and legislators know that school boards will simply raise local school taxes; thus, taking the blame for raising taxes, not Harrisburg. I don't think it will work this time.

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