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WFP Roundup

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The Working Families Party’s executive director, Dan Cantor, reveals the final results of a lawsuit against the WFP and what health care votes might do to New York’s political landscape.

Comments [9]

Ron Raphael from 16th Street-NYC

I feel that a withholding tax should be levied upon all bonuses. It is imperative that they be paid to NY state as many of these"bonus babies" live in other states, such as NJ and CT, and we don't want the taxes to go to those states and not our own.

Mar. 23 2010 03:50 PM
hjs from 11211

Ben
are you talking about breaking contracts?

Mar. 23 2010 11:11 AM
Ben from Brooklyn

Note that Brian will never ask my question about public employees...

Mar. 23 2010 10:59 AM
Daniel from Beacon, NY

McDonald's is a horrible example! What about the SMALL BUSINESS that is living week by week??

Mar. 23 2010 10:55 AM
JJ

How does the WFP party define who is rich? I ask in the context of the Tri-State area where say 300K does not go as far as it would in Alabama?

Mar. 23 2010 10:53 AM
Ben from Brooklyn

Since he advocates putting everything on the table, how does your guest feel about opening up government employee deals and pensions?

Mar. 23 2010 10:53 AM
sophia canellos from new rochelle

"Voting like Republicans" is what most of the Democratic Party did by voting for Romney-Care and the republican health care plan from the 90's.

So the WFP a group which is supposed to be about pressuring democrats from the left is nothing more than a bunch of lackeys for Obama , a crypto DLC candidate who lied his way through the primaries and is now pushing through every piece of Republican legislation he can.

Will the WFP be there for Obama when he tries to finish Bush's job of destroying Social Security?

Mar. 23 2010 10:52 AM
Daniel from Beacon, NY

Dan sounds a little scared... if he hiding something from us? The fact that supporting this overhaul is going to bankrupt this country????

Mar. 23 2010 10:52 AM
Ben from Brooklyn

We have the most oppressive total tax load in the nation... how much is enough for this guest? "Working Families" what a joke. What about families stuck with the tax bill?! Let's get real.

Mar. 23 2010 10:51 AM

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