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    February 13, 2018


    Jeanne Byington


    Trump wouldn't pay a cent for his name on that or any other wall. He is used to being paid to lend his name and you can be sure he'll figure out a way to get at least a freebie, if not another source of revenue only this time it will be on our--the citizens'--backs. We already pay the freight for his security staff and every macadamia nut they take from their room fridges at Mar Largo. His face will be on posters every few miles and he will name the wall after himself. But I digress.

    This scheme falls under the title of Set Up to Fail. He can then blame others when roads and bridges and railroad beds continue to crumble. It's illustrative of what's happening to the whole country. I hope that the infrastructure can dust itself off and recover as our country must when the nightmare is over.

    David Reich

    @ Jeanne -- I don't care where blame falls. I'd rather have our infrastructure properly maintained and improved, but not by adding more burden to our taxes at the local and state levels. And especially if he is trying to up spending for the military, fund his border wall and at the same time cut funding for Food Stamps, Medicare, the arts and public education. It just doesn't seem right, especially as he and his super-rich cronies will enjoy massive tax cuts. He is sticking it to his core supporters who don';t even realize how he is screwing them. Typical, I suppose, of this master con man.

    Jeanne Byington


    I shudder to imagine tolls increasing in the NY Metro area. Verrazano Bridge toll is $17 now. More than the middle class will suffer.

    I agree that DT's supporters don't have a clue as to how they will be left holding many a bag. Here's hoping some wake up for this year's elections and totally when it's time to elect a new president. Democrats must tread softly--keep the "I told you so's" to a minimum and help his fans over the shock of what's happening to them and to their country.

    Dan Rather points to a lack of empathy as a hallmark attitude in our country today. I wish I could argue. While daily I am relieved to see interactions by gracious strangers in NYC streets, subways and busses, I am saddened to learn, also daily, of tone deaf initiatives out of Washington. Do people prioritize their home expenditures this way? Do they opt for a new phone when their current one works fine instead of paying to have a child's teeth or eyes attended to? How can Congress shake its head like an oversize bobble doll and consider paying one cent for a needless wall when 1) so many are hungry and ill and 2) for a fraction of the price technology and a few at a main office could surveil screens covering the border.

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