NO On Issue 6 NO More Taxes
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“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

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#21 May 10, 2014
Nickled Dimed wrote:
Isn't RU one of Che's?
I believe it's Duke.
But since they're all inbred...what difference, at this point, does it make?
Bonnie

Columbus, OH

#22 May 10, 2014
Has anyone noticed the slobs who put up all the Yes on Issue 6 signs left them there to rot and litter the roads?

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#23 May 11, 2014
Gravedigger Jones wrote:
<quoted text>Why are we growing while your area is sliding into oblivion?
March, 2014 unemployment:
Delaware County, 4.1%
Union County, 4.6%
Franklin County. 4.9%
Fairfield County 5.3%
Licking County, 5.5%
Madison County, 5.6%
Now, let's see how you people are faring...
Cuyahoga County, 7.4%
Lorain County, 7.6%
Lake County, 6.9%
Geauga County, 6.7%
Medina County, 6.5%
Summit County, 6.0%
Cleveland metropolitan area growth rate 2000-2010:-2.8%
Cleveland city growth rate:-9.0%
Those are MINUSES, in case you didn't notice.
Columbus metropolitan growth rate 2000-2010: 9.5%
Columbus city growth rate: 5.5%
Those are PLUSES, much to your anger and sorrow.
Facts are inconvenient things, eh boy?
We still have world-class zoos, museums, restaurants and orchestras, not to mention a thriving theater district and three professional sports teams.

You. You have cows roaming your streets, huge numbers of butthurt white people, and Schmidt's.

I'll take Cleveland.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#24 May 11, 2014
Oh, and don't forget the world-class hospitals in Cleveland. Much better than your veterinary clinics.
Agree Brilliant Helpful

Columbus, OH

#25 May 11, 2014
Well Said wrote:
Same thing on School Levys-there is nothing to stop parents from giving a tax deductible donation to the School system of their choice.Kind of like user pays if they want all the frills above the the basics, reading writing and arithmetic. The greatest generation got along just fine with the basics..
There is nothing to stop all those who voted for paying more taxes to do so. Go ahead, give your money. They can make whatever contributions they wish. It will not be forced on them, however.

Let's see how many who voted for Issue 6 will actually start forking over some money!! 3:)
Funny

Columbus, OH

#26 May 11, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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.....I'll take Cleveland.
Please do and please stay there. ;)

“OG JD”

Since: May 14

Un-diverse white suburb

#27 May 11, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
We still have world-class zoos, museums, restaurants and orchestras, not to mention a thriving theater district and three professional sports teams.
You. You have cows roaming your streets, huge numbers of butthurt white people, and Schmidt's.
I'll take Cleveland.
We have decrepit buildings, geezers mourning the days before NAFTA, a great lakefront airport, and helium gasbags.

Akron, yo

woof

“OG JD”

Since: May 14

Un-diverse white suburb

#28 May 11, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
Oh, and don't forget the world-class hospitals in Cleveland. Much better than your veterinary clinics.
Medicaid, bro

woof
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#29 May 12, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
Oh, and don't forget the world-class hospitals in Cleveland. Much better than your veterinary clinics.
your cleveland clinic was forced to lay off 7% of employees last year.

Our vet clinics currently are having over a billion dollars worth of renovation in just 2 of our fleet of clinics. They are both equal now to anything you have in cleveland. I know, because both have been frequently visited by me.

Cleveland is rotting just like detroit did. Your weather sucks, and property devaluing faster than Miley Cyrus sticks her tung out.

The mistake on the lake has slipped further into a depressed rotting city like detroit.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#30 May 12, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
<quoted text>
We still have world-class zoos, museums, restaurants and orchestras, not to mention a thriving theater district and three professional sports teams.
You. You have cows roaming your streets, huge numbers of butthurt white people, and Schmidt's.
I'll take Cleveland.
Cleveland is current detroit 10 years from now.

Corn fields will replace the slums, and the slum dwellers sent to Chicago.

It was organized by Obama.
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#31 May 12, 2014
No on every tax issue, increase or just a renewal, always vote no. One way to get rid of over bearing government bureaucracies is to not fund them.

I have never voted for a tax and see no reason to start now.
cris7344

Columbus, OH

#32 May 14, 2014
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
No on every tax issue, increase or just a renewal, always vote no. One way to get rid of over bearing government bureaucracies is to not fund them.
I have never voted for a tax and see no reason to start now.
I'm with you. Coleman's "school" tax failed miserably too! LOLOL

He won't be hiring any new family members to collect "city" paychecks while sleeping in every day and never showing up to work. That must kill him. haa

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