For you liberals on here.. your politics are failing you


#41

No, you first since I don’t need asset to live.


#42

What? Well all I need is air, water, and food! :rofl:


#43

But if you don’t work, you need to apply for food stamps. You won’t qualify since your average asset value in the last 5 years would be over the limit.


#44

What the crap are you talking about? I’m done with this aimless exchange of words… :rofl:


#45

:rotating_light: :rotating_light: :rotating_light: 95% BS alert. :rotating_light: :rotating_light: :rotating_light:


#46

If you have a property tax, they can charge a stock tax and bank deposit tax too. Repeal income tax and only charge an asset tax, there’ll be no more rich people, you’ll get a communism by taxation.

You can ignore them, but they are calculating about you! Maybe this is what Jane Kim meant by “taking back her SF”


#47

Yes, and the universe will eventually come to an end and mankind extinct! :scream: Calm down, worrywart! :rofl:


#48

Tax $ at work


#49

Yeah, don’t put it toward the $100B+ pension problem.


#50

That’d be like trying to extinguish a fire with a glass of water.


#51

Future homeless person in the making.


#52

:scream: me and homeless!!!

Me, wuqijun, homeless!!!

:scream: :scream: :scream:

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


#53

Not that I support creating more nonsense, but who made this rule anyway?


#54

New rule since last week. The goal is to keep BS level around that level.


#55

Senator Pan? Didn’t he introduce a law saying you have to label your website when you believe something isn’t true?


#56

Politicians have important stuff to do like addressing size discrimination.


#57


#58

This guy’s got too much time on his hands.


#59

Engineers be damned. If you designed the ride with safety limits, politicians will mandate that they be ignored.

Ahh well!


#60

So you’d prefer they completely ignore it and do nothing? They need to start addressing it at some point. The fact it’s growing during a bull market is scary. Imagine how big the gap will grow the next big market drop. At this point, I’m not sure it’s fixable without a massive reduction in benefits (good luck) or a significant tax increase. California is effectively broke and pensions will eat up more and more of the budget each year.