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Re: Recreational Weed
« Reply #75 on: August 15, 2018, 07:03:48 AM »

One mans ceiling is another mans floor.  I promise I won't step on your head when I get out of bed tomorrow morning.... ;D ;D


Don't worry about it...  you definitely missed!

If you care to do a little research into the subject (instead of blowing wind), you might be able to ascertain the actual revenue versus the incurred liabilities.  I guess that is asking a lot from you though.

I don't have that much interest in the actual numbers but more curious in what your 'actual' projections.  If you never actually peg down at least a range it's pretty easy to come back in 3-4 years and say "Well I told you so". 

I'm just looking for an actual projection so we can see how accurate you are in a few years.  Right now your adjectives don't tell squat!!!
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« Reply #76 on: August 15, 2018, 07:08:35 AM »

If you care to do a little research into the subject (instead of blowing wind), you might be able to ascertain the actual revenue versus the incurred liabilities.  I guess that is asking a lot from you though.

You're still attacking my integrity versus putting out any actual facts or even a passionate position. 

You might as well be standing under a big sign that says you're losing the argument.

I've seen plenty of tax projections fall short in the past so I have no idea where you're getting your factual information.  I would say if you can accurately project this (not a big broad range that means different things to various socio-economic groups but an actual figure...   then YOU should be in Lansing!!!
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« Reply #77 on: August 15, 2018, 09:46:42 AM »

You're still attacking my integrity versus putting out any actual facts or even a passionate position. 

You might as well be standing under a big sign that says you're losing the argument.

I've seen plenty of tax projections fall short in the past so I have no idea where you're getting your factual information.  I would say if you can accurately project this (not a big broad range that means different things to various socio-economic groups but an actual figure...   then YOU should be in Lansing!!!

Win, loose or draw, only time will tell.  Have a nice day.
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« Reply #78 on: August 16, 2018, 09:33:02 AM »

Those the 'hit the pipe' won't be employed either and if they are and get a random, they are done.  Not in my best interests and I see the County Comissioners election was close, very close this time.  Sounds to me like the voters are saying something.... ;D


Just what does this 'something' you're hearing sound like?

I've crunched the numbers every way I can and I don't see the pattern you're seeing...  just what it is that you're seeing...

please expound upon your vision here!

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Monroe County Board of Commissioners

District 1

Republican

David C. Hoffman = 1,409 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED

No Democrat candidates on primary ballot.

District 2


Republicans

Mark Brant = 894 - FINAL -WINNER

Richard Steckmeyer = 721

No Democrat candidates on primary ballot

District 3

Democrat

Jessica Paladino = 1,176 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY


Republican

Dawn Asper = 1,494 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

District 4

George L. Jondro = 1,133 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

No Republican candidates on the ballot.

District 5

Democrat


Jason R. Turner = 1,442 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

No Republican candidates on the ballot.

District 6

Democrats

John Gonta = 441 - FINAL

Jerry Oley = 834 - FINAL - WINNER IN PRIMARY

Republican


Bill Kipf = 949 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

District 7

Democrat

Thomas Rutledge = 1,149 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

Republican

Gary Wilmoth = 1,457 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

District 8


Democrat

R. Mark Ellsworth = 1,162 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

Republican

Greg Moore Jr. = 1,484 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED IN PRIMARY

District 9

Republican

J. Henry Lievens = 1,572 - FINAL - UNOPPOSED


No Democrat candidates in primary



The above is from:

http://www.monroenews.com/news/20180807/how-did-monroe-county-vote-here-are-final-yet-unofficial-results
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