Liquor store privatization

Liquor store privatization

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magic chef

Struthers, OH

#2 Feb 2, 2013
Bars and distributors will be closing down left and right.
Bessy Corbett

Erie, PA

#3 Feb 2, 2013
It ain't gonna happen! Ol Corbett needs to show his wealthy contributors that he is pulling for them, now especially since the new attorney general is on his heals about Sandusky.
The lottery sale and the State Store sales are just a diversion, Corbett has failed miserably as governor and hopefully this is his last stand.
Walleye

Erie, PA

#4 Feb 2, 2013
Bessy Corbett wrote:
It ain't gonna happen! Ol Corbett needs to show his wealthy contributors that he is pulling for them, now especially since the new attorney general is on his heals about Sandusky.
The lottery sale and the State Store sales are just a diversion, Corbett has failed miserably as governor and hopefully this is his last stand.
Yes, we should bring in a Democrat for Governor - that should solve all of our problems.
snag

Erie, PA

#5 Feb 2, 2013
Going - going - gone!
little help

Struthers, OH

#6 Feb 2, 2013
Walleye wrote:
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Yes, we should bring in a Democrat for Governor - that should solve all of our problems.
We will certainly find out soon.
Walleye

Erie, PA

#7 Feb 2, 2013
little help wrote:
<quoted text>We will certainly find out soon.
Maybe we can bring Fast Eddie back for an encore disaster.
Lou Schwartz

Erie, PA

#8 Feb 2, 2013
magic chef wrote:
Bars and distributors will be closing down left and right.
Another effing liberal idiot. Bars will not be closing moron. Have you ever been out of Erie???
Pa budget needs many cuts

Erie, PA

#9 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
Bars and distributors will be closing down left and right.
Privatizing state run stores needed along with many other things. I believe Pa and maybe Utah are only states that have state stores. Why? Because of the once strong unions that support them in Pa.

This state needs to quit protecting union jobs and look out for the state taxpayer overall. Yes, some job relating to those state stores would be lost, but freedom for private ownership will lead to much better management. That in turn will create wealth opportunities for business owners, and jobs through thriving stores.

Besides what does government run more efficiently than individuals? Nothing is the answer. Sure, businesses fail, but that's the beauty of the free market, it is survival of the fittest. When government runs a business, it is propped by the "endless" taxpayer money, so efficiency and costs are out the door.
magic chef

Struthers, OH

#10 Feb 3, 2013
There are corner bars in. Erie that derive 10 to 15% of their revenue from 12 pack sales. For some this is their entire profit margin. How do your propose they replace this income. I do have to agree with your efficiency argument., Wal-Mart runs. a pretty tight ship. They are the fittesst, and they will survive. Locally. owned distributors and bars will not.
snag

Erie, PA

#11 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
There are corner bars in. Erie that derive 10 to 15% of their revenue from 12 pack sales. For some this is their entire profit margin. How do your propose they replace this income. I do have to agree with your efficiency argument., Wal-Mart runs. a pretty tight ship. They are the fittesst, and they will survive. Locally. owned distributors and bars will not.
Obama phone, a beer in every fridge!
Ben Schmekel

Celina, OH

#12 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
There are corner bars in. Erie that derive 10 to 15% of their revenue from 12 pack sales. For some this is their entire profit margin. How do your propose they replace this income. I do have to agree with your efficiency argument., Wal-Mart runs. a pretty tight ship. They are the fittesst, and they will survive. Locally. owned distributors and bars will not.
why do you care... you sound like a pissdrinker anyways
magic chef

Struthers, OH

#14 Feb 3, 2013
Ben Schmekel wrote:
<quoted text>why do you care... you sound like a pissdrinker anyways
Ny wife just asked "Why do indulge these inbeciles?" Good question hon. Good day!
truth

Erie, PA

#15 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
<quoted text>Ny wife just asked "Why do indulge these inbeciles?" Good question hon. Good day!
Another lie from you. How does your wife like living in your mommy's basement?
Cashis Clay

Erie, PA

#16 Feb 3, 2013
Go on casablancapablogspot.com and you will read many accounts of what a great and wonderful leader we have in Pa. with Tommy Corbett. The sooner this guy is removed from office the better, he is total scum.
magic chef

Struthers, OH

#17 Feb 3, 2013
truth wrote:
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Another lie from you. How does your wife like living in your mommy's basement?
Haha , spoken like a true internet dork. Only inTopix land is having a wife seen a stretch. I find your comment very telling, lonely boy .
truth

Erie, PA

#18 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
<quoted text>Haha , spoken like a true internet dork. Only inTopix land is having a wife seen a stretch. I find your comment very telling, lonely boy .
Hi liar, I thought your wife said for you to say goodbye. Stay in Mama's basement, she is bringing down your Chef Boyardee for your lunch.
Chuck Darwin

Erie, PA

#19 Feb 3, 2013
Snag is brilliant, he is the one who predicted Janet Anderson in a landslide
missing points

Erie, PA

#20 Feb 3, 2013
magic chef wrote:
There are corner bars in. Erie that derive 10 to 15% of their revenue from 12 pack sales. For some this is their entire profit margin. How do your propose they replace this income. I do have to agree with your efficiency argument., Wal-Mart runs. a pretty tight ship. They are the fittesst, and they will survive. Locally. owned distributors and bars will not.
What does beer sales have to do with the liquor stores?
magic chef

Erie, PA

#21 Feb 3, 2013
missing points wrote:
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What does beer sales have to do with the liquor stores?
How the hell should I know. I am a democrat economist, not a bartender.
Moya

Erie, PA

#22 Feb 3, 2013
I'm not too sure if privatizing is all great. They make a profit and the state store system contributes to revenue. They make the profit and get the tax off every bottle. If there is a sale involved and the State sells off the Liquor business, they will have a huge windfall cash income from it. We all know how the gov. manages money. It will be wasted. Then the state would lose the income that keeps tax off cloths and food. I'd take the steady healthy flow of revenue from the state stores over the one time big payment.

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