What I always say is if you can't win then lose!
I was just talking about this. Joey wants to use my and your good credit rating to penalize us to help people who have no idea how to keep up mortgage payments and maintenance or keep the taxes paid. The people did not seem to incur any problems from their colossal failures. They just let the lending institutions keep the house. But everybody else that was applying for a loan had to jump through 29 more hoops. Once again the folks doing the right thing are punished. This is exactly BHO 2.0 from 2008. Unbelievable they keep trying what has failed famously.This administration has no shame. If it gets what it wants, we will see 2008 again. Remember “subprime” mortgages? Many new homeowners didn’t even have to document their income. Result: Housing market collapse due to massive foreclosures. Mortgages are a routine part of “bundles” of investments bought by investors. The failed mortgages ruined bundles worldwide, causing America to have to borrow billions in bailout money to give to companies that insure stupid greedy investors after they cause a global collapse.
Now Biden wants to raise origination fees and mortgage interest rates for higher income people to cover these things that the “poor” struggle to pay. Call it reparations, call it higher taxes, call it what you want. If this socialist disaster passes, look for a collapse sooner than you expected and worse than you imagined. Public housing will be the new American dream.
That ought to make few thousand more get out of Dodge and move to a red state. This is sick stuff people.New York City Mayor Eric Adams has vowed to severely limit the amount of food households will be allowed to purchase as part of an effort to cut carbon emissions. According to reports, Mayor Adams and Mayor’s Office of Food Policy (MOFP) Executive Director Kate MacKenzie will reduce absolute carbon emissions from food purchases across its city agencies by 33 percent by 2030.
Frontpagemag.com reports: Just wait until they do an inventory of carbon emissions based on population and announce that they’re cutting the population by 33% by 2030. If you don’t think it’s coming, look to the history of the Left.
If you think that this is just going to affect public school students and patients in hospitals, you’ve got another thing coming.
Mandates will come to restaurants and then grocery stores. Food accused of carbon emissions will be taxed appropriately.
First, they’ll starve the elderly though. It always seems to start with children, the sick and the elderly. Probably because they’re the most vulnerable.
Wasn't it NYC that banned a big slurpee or a big soda??Has NYC become a prison? How does some bureaucrat decide what you get to eat and how much. Someone should get photos of the mayor eating a big meal in an expensive restaurant and plaster it on billboards with a quote of his proposal.
It was Mayor Bloomberg who banned large sodas. The current Mayor I believe is a vegan, and was trying to impress his diet upon others. Not sure but I think he was trying to get a day where there was a vegan lunch day in schools. How about a higher standards day, and make that every day.Wasn't it NYC that banned a big slurpee or a big soda??
Crazy! Some people buy a huge drink and sip on it all day.
Well like it says in Rom 14:2 One person has faith that he may eat all things, but he who is weak eats vegetables only. (NASB)It was Mayor Bloomberg who banned large sodas. The current Mayor I believe is a vegan, and was trying to impress his diet upon others. Not sure but I think he was trying to get a day where there was a vegan lunch day in schools. How about a higher standards day, and make that every day.
Has the good mayor said how he is going to measure any success that his actions take? Or will he just look at New York city and measure the climate changes there?
It was Mayor Bloomberg who banned large sodas. The current Mayor I believe is a vegan, and was trying to impress his diet upon others. Not sure but I think he was trying to get a day where there was a vegan lunch day in schools. How about a higher standards day, and make that every day.
I would skip the fish. Just the thought of it makes me nauseous. I remember back in the day how bad the school lunches were and how bad the cafeteria smelled. The burgers were like hockey pucks, the kids would throw the hot dogs around to see them bounce and the pizza kind of looked like brains. I always brought a bagged lunch.Organic! Or at least non-GMO. And no soy.
Maybe offer an organic salad bar with really, really fresh veggies, fresh fruit, unsalted roasted and unroasted tree nuts, no-rBST cheeses, pasture-raised hard boiled eggs, etc., etc., etc. Organic olive oil, vinegar, fresh lemon wedges, and herbs, too. Fresh, scratch-made organic salsa and salad dressings. No salty, sugary, additive-laden, soy-based salad "dressing"
If the Mayor wants to have vegan in the schools, it could be an offered choice, just like fish used to be one of the choices every Friday when I was growing up (IDK if they still do that or not). And not offered opposite things kids are known to not like, or that are known to be especially bad school lunches.
And what is the answer??It's not just higher income people. The Biden plan is to raise fees from anyone with a good credit score to subsidize those with bad credit scores. What is the point of working to pay bills on time and live within your means if you're going to be penalized for having good credit?