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Old 01-17-2013, 09:59 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by wzd1a View Post
I don't know why anyone would be suprised by such a post - it is simply an emulation of what officials in the highest levels of Gov't have promoted and more than 1/2 of the US population support. The haves and rich are mostly Gov't employees (they get pensions and make more than private sector employees), so they should certainly "pay their fair share" and such tax avoidance "loopholes" should be closed.



I really hope you are joking Zach. I work for the government. I make water safe for use of the people. I know not an important job. With my skill set I can get payed more in the private sector. What you say than why do you work for the gov? Like you said it is a choice. I like the job security in what I do. It is hard to outsource water treatment to India since the water is here.
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