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October 21, 2011

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Alan in Burlingame

Wow. Climate-change deniers -- in Burlingame. I've only been reading "The Voice" for a few months, but have suspected it was run to promote business interests rather than to provide a source of good local information. Now that suspicion is confirmed. Good bye.

holyroller

Wow,
What a ridiculous posting.
Why in the world are the censor/editors of the Burlingame Blog putting this forward?
How about the labor/management employment negotiations going on now regarding City of Burlingame employees?
Oh, wait a minute...
Gahdafii-President of Libya, was overthrown.
Burlingame cares.

Anne

Holy, take your meds.

holyroller

There you are..
It is good to feel the love once again.

Gotham City

Looks like Alan won't be reading the Examiner either

http://www.sfexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/2011/10/bureaucrats-dont-mind-jobs-leakage

I'll leave the name-calling to Alan. He seems good at it.

Murchison Johnson IV

Calif. tax climate 2nd worst in U.S.


The nonprofit Tax Foundation, started in 1937, aims to educate Americans about government finance. It advocates tax policy that is simple, transparent, neutral (not favoring some industries over others), stable and not retroactive.

The top 10 states:
1.South Dakota
2.Alaska
3.Wyoming
4.Nevada
5.Florida
6.Montana
7.New Hampshire
8.Delaware
9.Utah
10.Indiana
The bottom 10 states:

The States policies has done more to starve innocent Californians and destroy the middle-class who can no longer afford to eat let alone breathe the air.
50. New York
49. California
48. New Jersey
47. Connecticut
46. Ohio
45. Iowa
44. Maryland
43. Minnesota
42. Rhode Island
41. North Carolina

Lamont Relish

More about pensions;

http://goo.gl/ZTLGm

Lamont Relish

webmaster,

When I log in through facebook and I don't get the CAPTCHA before posting and apparently the posts do not get on to the voice. Is there a problem?

Editor

We're not sure, but keep posting and we'll try to trace it to figure it out. Just don't post anything about mortgage rates or ladies shoes! :-)

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