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r3020
Senior Advisor

Georgia's two senators' great success

So far they have managed to cheat the people of Georgia out of $600 of promise stimulus and $190,000,000 economic impact of an all star game. Flooding the country with ILLEGAL + covid kids is just the icing on the cake. 

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rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: The people doing the cheating were the ...

.. were the Georgia Legislature and the Georgia governor, cheating people out of their vote, that is.  Everything else follows directly from their actions.  As far as their $600 stimulus goes, most have already received theirs and another $1200 is on the way.

  As far as the All-Star game goes,  “These numbers are ridiculous and do not conform to existing studies of the economic impact of MLB’s All-Star Game,” said J.C. Bradbury, a nationally known expert on sports economics and a professor at Kennesaw State University. “If anything, studies show there is a negative impact on sales revenues.”

 

Edmund55
Senior Contributor

Re: The people doing the cheating were the ...

(The people doing the cheating were the .. were the Georgia Legislature and the Georgia governor, cheating people out of their vote, that is.) 

I know you have to toe the party line but you'll have to explain how this bill will cheat anybody out of their vote?

(J.C. Bradbury, a nationally known expert on sports economics and a professor at Kennesaw State University. “If anything, studies show there is a negative impact on sales revenues.”)

Your putz boy bradbury is gonna have to do more than spew out a sentence and back that up.

 

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: The people doing the cheating were the ...

Hey Trickdicky, Georgia's two senators just told the black business owners of Atlanta to go f themselves. And you cheer the loudest. Mean while MLB has their head quarters in New York which has tighter voter rules than the new ones in Georgia. Wear your I'm Trickydicky and I am  Hypocrat T shirt with pride.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: Oh really, Black business owners, which ones?

Meanwhile, "More than 70 top Black executives from across the U.S. called on corporate America to publicly oppose any legislation limiting Americans’ right to vote. In a full-page ad placed in The New York Times, Merck & Co. CEO Kenneth Frazier, former American Express CEO Ken Chenault and the other executives described the Georgia law and measures being contemplated in other states as “undemocratic and un-American, and they are wrong.”"

Edmund55
Senior Contributor

Re: Oh really, Black business owners, which ones?

(Meanwhile, "More than 70 top Black executives from across the U.S. called on corporate America to publicly oppose any legislation limiting Americans’ right to vote. In a full-page ad placed in The New York Times, Merck & Co. CEO Kenneth Frazier, former American Express CEO Ken Chenault and the other executives described the Georgia law and measures being contemplated in other states as “undemocratic and un-American, and they are wrong.”")

What are they saying about the more restrictive new york voting laws?  Or are they hypocrats?

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Oh really, Black business owners, which ones?

What did you expect from the rich Trickydicky? They support the dems, the party of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich.

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: The people doing the cheating were the ...

Well, if 60,000 people fly in for the All Star game and spend $1600 each in the city (peanuts these days) you got your $100 million.  3 day stay at hotel, maybe longer, eating at swell restaurants, drinking like fish, other attractions.  It`s a economic blow to the city and since the taxpayers already put up the damned stadium, it might as well be generating income.

rsbs
Veteran Advisor

Re: The people doing the cheating were the ...

$10,000 per acre prime land looks like a bargain right now.....the farms I bought two years ago when the downturn hickup occurred look like great deals now, even if they are a ways away and have travel costs.

I would not be surprised to see $25000 per acre farmland sales in your area BA, especially with your low Iowa real estate taxes, the nature of farming and values in Iowa, and the low interest rates and expectation of uber inflation rates. Hang on to your hats.