Also about pay and taxes+101It's stupid people think that birth control shouldn't be provided by health insurance because they think it's wrong. I don't believe in the war, I still have to pay taxes that support the war. I think organ transplants are morally wrong, so either health insurance shouldn't cover organ transplants for anyone or people can just pick and chose what taxes they pay. No. Moral opinions don't get to make the law. You pay what the government tells you to pay and if you hate it that much, leave, amirite?
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Also about Food & Drink-28Restaurant food tastes better than food at home amirite?
Also about pay, taxes, and businesses+135If Catholic businesses don't have to pay healthcare costs for contraception, then I can start a religion that is morally opposed to taxes and have a tax-free corporation, amirite?
Also about low and taxes+137It's annoying when people constantly complain of not having their taxes low enough. Then they complain of lack of government services, due to lack of money coming in from taxes. Amirite?
Also about pay and workers-359Employers should re-think how they pay workers. I can understand paying men more than females, seeing men are typically the breadwinners of a family, but employers should think about the lives of their workers. For example if one of the workers is a single mother of 3 kids, they should pay her the same as a male. And if a male worker has a wife who makes a 6 figure income, he can take a cut, a... amirite?
Also about pay and taxes+196Complaining about having to pay taxes is like complaining you have to pay for a subscription to a magazine, amirite?
Also about big, pay, and taxes-45Suicide should not be that big a deal. If someone is an adult, and can vote, pay taxes, and fight in the military, he or she should be allowed to decide to just stop living, amirite?
Also about Food & Drink+47The thing that ruins a banana split is the banana, amirite?
Also about big and taxes+4We always hear about a need for new taxes to help our schools. I'm not buying it. One of the big pushes for legalization of marijuana here in Colorado was that the money would be used for education. Last year, Colorado collected over 260 million in marijuana taxes. Not one penny went to teachers or students. Now they want to increase property taxes and other taxes, to support our schools, once again. Where the hell is the money going and why aren't corrupt politicians being held accountable?