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Comment: Re:I'm confused (Score 4, Insightful) 179

The problem is that, at least in NC, the hypocrisy of the states rights group is large and thick. They dont want federal involvement in state affairs, but the state has no problem taking rights away from the cities, counties and other municipalities, same as they account the federal government. This is a local city trying to get the feds to stop the state governments abuse of power.

Comment: This is just a repeat (Score 5, Interesting) 275

This is a repeat of 2k9. They laid us off scheduled the 4th of July, but we were removed from our posts on 4th of May, and our access revoked. And while they hired the same number of people immediately the people who were laid off could not apply for 5 months.

Comment: Re:Gots to find more ways to avoid taxes (Score 1) 533

by thaylin (#47466231) Attached to: Rand Paul and Silicon Valley's Shifting Political Climate
So instead of paying taxes to a government that can use volume to make management cheaper, and use the funds for other public goods you pay it to an insurance company, unless you really though insurance costs would not skyrocket for the new services they provide, and in the end you get less value, but the insurance company makes more money.

A LISP programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. -- Alan Perlis