[quote="Dann757"]Sam how could you possibly embarass yourself more. Why don't you just post:OHH BOO HOO EVERYTHING'S SO UNFAIR!!!
What, do you have a pathological condition?
We all have our bias, but don't bait us with an initial post and then turn around and say you've had enough.
Here's what the guy in your link is all about
:"Among his current cases, Professor Turley represents Dr. Ali Al-Timimi, who was convicted in Virginia in 2005 of violent speech against the United States. He also represents Dr. Sami Al-Arian, accused of being the American leader of a terrorist organization while he was a university professor in Florida." Did you want to say you support this guy?
Yeah, rich people or anybody
that meets the requirements gets a farm assessment. It's a legal claim since 1964 in NJ.
All the rich people I used to work for had a farm assessment. SO FREAKIN WHAT.
It lowers their already astronomical property taxes. My employer's taxes on one of their Morris County properties were in excess of $35,000 with
One family had a ten acre front lawn, some of the most valuable and expensive real estate in the country. They harvested hay twice a year and sold it under contract to a local horse farm. The other guy harvested and sold firewood in accordance with the law.
What do you think, somebody just gave
them their land and their success? They struggled for years
to get what they earned and that's a direct quote from the lady that approved my paychecks for seven years.
I cleared an acre of their land one summer to prepare for an apple orchard, they were hard working people who succeeded in life. Man that really sticks in your craw doesn't it?
They spent $500,000 a year in property maintenance alone. Some of that money paid my salary and created jobs for the private sector. More power to them. Go live in Red China if you can't stand private ownership of land.
These people were self-made and never stop working. http://www.state.nj.us/agriculture/Farm ... tGuide.pdf
If you're looking for something to do why don't you google the Mt. Laurel Decision? They forced low income housing in all the exclusive communities in NJ, I don't know how it's paid or subsidized, but I bet the high taxes the "rich" you hate so much has something to do with it. Low income housing also brings problems.
By the way, these same horrible rich people donated a $3,000,000.00 addition to the town church, had their own family foundation, and the list of charities I saw them support was impressive.
Keep digging up the extreme left wing articles!