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Posted on February 6 at 8:19 a.m. (Suggest removal)

1st This article needs to be sent to every legislator in the country and especially the "Santa Clause' President. 2nd Taught in every school in the county. 3rd Required reading in every year of college especially those that will teach. 4th Every parent discuss this over the dinner table on a regular basis. This is just for starters.


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Posted on February 5 at 8:54 a.m. (Suggest removal)

gina

I thought the article was about the nasty, greedy corporations?
How did the corporations get the tax exemptions they receive? Are they legal?
Please give examples for your statements re: the Gazette editors.


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Posted on February 4 at 12:25 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Fritz,
See above'

Paul Jorgensen (former NYer)
Venice, FL


From: Higher minimum wage would have big impact on New Yorkers


Posted on February 4 at 12:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Fritz,

Be a man and give your name!!!!


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Posted on February 4 at 12:16 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Frank,
Funny you mention the Adirondacks, I'm selling my place on Sacandaga as we speak. Little over 900 sq ft cabin on peers, not winterized taxes $5000.00
Home in Fl 2600 sq ft taxes $3000.00


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Posted on February 3 at 6:02 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Frank,
I can't take all day to explain the difference between NY and FL, or any another state for that matter. Example: There is no income or death taxes here. I didn't have the advantage of the internet to investigate. I left NY in 1992 when 500,000 left in a 10 yr. period. That was under another Cuomo, Mario. Best move I ever made. I was born and lived there for 62 years. I regret that I did not leave sooner especially as a businessman. It is sad because it is a beautiful state. Spend some time investigating. Hope this helps.


From: Super soaker for taxpayers


Posted on February 3 at 11:18 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Welcome to America.
Read your last paragraph those nasty corporations pay for the commercials, pay the wages of those watching etc.etc. etc,
How about the contribution GE makes to Schenectady both by employment, taxes and funds to charity? etc etc. etc
Yes, give more to the government to waste. What a shame. How has the last four years worked out? Send more to Washington and is the middle class better off? Yes, over 8,000,000 are now unemployed and collecting disability, more expense for the taxpayer.etc. etc. etc.

Paul Jorgensen
Venice, FL


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Posted on February 3 at 10:24 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. Davidson,
Please read Milton Friedmans's books.
I am sick of hearing the words FAIR AND CHANGE. Try living in the real world of economics.
Please define the word FAIR. Please define the word CHANGE.

Paul Jorgensen
Venice, Fl


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Posted on March 27 at 4:15 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. Tonko,

When you front load bills, in his case, benefits, then tax after 2014, sure it looks good until you read the other 2600 pages. The longer it goes the worse it gets.


From: Letters to the Editor for March 27


Posted on March 19 at 3:50 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Why should government employees receive more than the average of the private sector? The same for other benefits?


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