When politicians start talking about making “investments,” grab your wallet and run in the opposite direction.
That’s because in public-sector parlance, “investment” means taking money from individuals who earned it through hard work — that is, taxpayers — and giving it to those who neither earned it nor deserve it.
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Which is a "http://medicaljustice.org.uk/files//#_online"> online. In August 2011, ESPN eagerly accepted " /#here">here $17.5 million “loan” from the state’s Department of Economic Development (DECD) in return for a promise to create 200 jobs over 60 months. For those who may be math-challenged, that’s $87,500.