rat race

retire 早early ,retire 富裕rich 假如 you are out of rat race

市长,市议员,市民,me

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1.建地铁:

市长:多市因交通不畅,每年经济损失60亿以上, 改善交通需建地铁 议员:没钱不干。 市民:建地铁好。

点评:议员们保住你的位子就无需敢想敢干。现得省,联邦资助建地铁。

2.环保费:

市长:收5分钱塑胶袋能改善的效果有限。 议员:强行推广 市民:劳民伤财,废掉吧。现在已废。

点评:议员劳民伤财的政治上正确没用的。

3.鱼翅禁令(被法庭毙掉)

市长:让该管的上一级部门管吧 议员:强行禁止 市民:劳民伤财的市议员,没事干回家去洗洗睡好了。

点评:吃任何东西由自然界来定,议员不吃米我也要吃饭。

4.工会利益与纳税人利益

市长:为纳税人想,省下几个亿。 议员:警察,TTC,公务员,议员自己,靠吃市府财政皇粮。。。。 市民:为市民省税的人就应该当市长。

点评:想当年底特律三大汽车公司的工会多么牛x,多市人不想成为今天的底特律人.

5. 为5000 筹款 干下市长。 市长:rule of law please 议员:……. 市民:又有人要利用法律来浪费公驽。

点评:历史上没见过。现法官判市长上诉得直。

6.警长PK市长

市长:警长越位犯规应辞职 议员:市长应辞职 市民:警长公器私报

点评:警察应该中立,不能界入政治。

7.市中心建立大型娱乐会议中心

市长:投资(?亿)进来肯定促进多市发展 议员:投资促进犯罪?否定项目 市民:欢迎投资?

点评:市长出生于亿万身家的家庭,明白投资肯定利大于弊。投资移民的设定就基于此理由。

8.民主:

市长:市民选的市长由市民来罢免。 议员:市长由议员我们来架空。 市民:市长是我的打工仔,干好市长活后就给他发奖金.

点评:市长用自己钱买毒品或毒奶,他健康或短手(断背)以及他有二奶或管不好拉链,他私人生活连他亲爹,他祖宗都不够格管,闲人勿入!

9.工会阻挡收垃圾私营化

市长:敢想敢干do it. 议员:talk it 市民:smell it 2009, never from now .

点评:I do not  care who is Rob  Ford,I support our Major!,我不需要知道谁是萝卜福特,我支持我们的市长。

10 市长 .PK欧巴马 President Obama, (Future)Prime Minister?

市长 : not just a talker but a doer, budget surplus(2011年支出94 个亿。2012年支出94 个亿,净余1个亿。 lower city debt .

President Obama:Yes we can( spend  more),budget Negative, debt over  ceiling set by law makers,Government  close. kill US dollar soon.

Future Prime Minister(Tru..)  talker but some are  no brain ideas, looks handsome, just another celebrity.

11. 上下前后左右里外

bc省长曾酒后驾车;安省省长曾吸大麻;30%百姓曾吸大麻;何兰吸大麻合法;加国吸大麻非刑事化;bc省全国唯一合法免费毒瘾者使用中心;克林顿,赖士民等等没管好裤子拉链…….

金无足赤,人无完人,左派为何对其置于死地而后快?无他,唯左派,唯工会要对触动其利益的市长进行政治上的疯狂报复罢了。

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安省彩票局(OLG)主席高佛瑞(Paul Godfrey)21日向多伦多人喊话,在多伦多建立一座能带来数十亿元投资和上万个工作职位的大赌场,对多伦多人来说是一代人才遇到一次的机会,千万不要错过。 他在多伦多贸易局发表演说时表示:「如果诸位想要,这就是你们的。如果诸位不想要,那也行,我们把这个大赌场建到别的地方去。」

多伦多市议会的执行委员会成员们,预期数周后便开始讨论安省彩票局在多伦多市设立大型赌场暨娱乐中心的建议,高佛瑞就是在这个时候发出上述呼吁。

高佛瑞主张,在多伦多市中心或者湖滨建造赌场暨娱乐中心,多伦多市必须迅速作成决定,安省彩票局虽然没有规定最后期限,但最晚要在明年1、2月确定到底要不要这样的赌场暨娱乐中心,使安省彩票局得以按时进行规画。

他表示,彩票局不必强行将大赌场暨娱乐中心建立在某个城市,因为很多城市非常希望能将这个赌场暨娱乐中心建造在他们那里,「我认为,如果不建在多伦多,便将建在其他地方,例如万锦、烈治文山、旺市、密西沙加,但建造在其他城市,规模将不会像建在多伦多那么宏大。」

按照高佛瑞的计算,如果未来的赌场暨娱乐中心建在多伦多市中心,即可在3年内创造6000个建筑工作职位,建成后可带来1万2000份「收入不错」的职位,和数十亿元的资本投资。

这个拟议中的赌场暨娱乐中心,将只有十分之一的面积是赌场,其余的用于酒店、餐馆、娱乐、零售和会议中心。 多伦多的部分市议员反对在市内建造大型赌场,他们担心这会导致治安恶化,和扼杀赌场暨娱乐中心周围的商业。

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In this occasional feature, the National Post tells you everything you need to know about a complicated issue. Today: Megan O’Toole examines the tentative contract deal for Toronto police.

What are police being offered?

The Toronto Police Association, which represents the force’s nearly 8,000 civilian and uniform members, reached a tentative agreement this week with the Toronto Police Services Board, an oversight body that includes three city councillors. Under its terms, which would replace a collective agreement that expired in December, police would receive a series of wage hikes: 3.2% in 2011, 3% in each of the next two years, and 2% in 2014.

How does this compare to other union contracts?

At nearly 12% over four years, it is significantly richer than the most recent contracts negotiated with the city’s outside and inside workers. The latest contract for CUPE Local 416 provided a raise of 6% over three years, equivalent to the deal for inside workers. Councillor Adam Vaughan (Trinity-Spadina), a former police services board member, says this is the most expensive deal the city has ever signed with Toronto police. With a budget nearing $1-billion, Mr. Vaughan says the city’s police were already the highest paid in the country. “This is gravy on top of gravy with a serving of gravy underneath,” he said.

 How are others receiving the news?

For the most part, not well. As the city prepares to wrestle an $800-million budget gap next year, critics argue this is simply not the time for such a generous deal, which would add tens of millions of dollars to the cost of policing. University of Toronto criminology professor Mariana Valverde called the tentative agreement “extremely unfortunate,” noting it could ultimately contribute to higher crime rates if the city ends up slashing youth programs, recreation programs and other social services to fill the budget hole. “I don’t think a wage freeze would have been unreasonable under the very serious financial crunch that we’re under,” she said. Representatives for the police association and the board did not respond to requests for comment.

So police are the highest paid in Canada, but so what? Isn’t it harder to police Toronto than, say, Kapuskasing?

Yes and no. “It seems logical that Toronto would be at the high end of the scale for municipal police officers, just given the size of the city, the complexity of responsibilities involved in policing in a city like Toronto, and of course the cost of living in Toronto,” Ryerson University municipal politics professor Myer Siemiatycki said, though he agreed the timing of the wage increase is justifiably “raising eyebrows” in light of Mayor Rob Ford’s stated goal to rein in the costs of government. Ms. Valverde, meanwhile, disagrees that Toronto officers inherently deserve higher wages, noting they also have substantially more resources than police in smaller rural settings. “I feel much more sympathy for the RCMP officers in small towns where there is no backup,” she said.

What is the Mayor saying about all this?

Nothing until the ratification vote, scheduled for May 25. “Unfortunately I can’t comment on the police contract until it’s ratified. I will comment after,” Mr. Ford said in a scrum this week. Asked about public comments from his brother, Councillor Doug Ford, who has come out in favour of the tentative deal, the Mayor simply laughed: “Talk to Doug, then,” he said.

How might this affect other union contract negotiations down the road?

It could have dramatic consequences in terms of what other unions will expect at the bargaining table, observers warn. The TTC is now an essential service, so if negotiations fail, the matter goes to binding arbitration, where the police contract could be viewed as a reasonable precedent. “Mayor Ford’s desire to declare transit an essential service is going to come back to haunt him,” Mr. Siemiatycki said. The police deal has set up “one of the most expensive rounds of labour negotiations the city will ever see,” Mr. Vaughan added. “[TTC union boss] Bob Kinnear is doing cartwheels.”

National Post [email protected]

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    3 条评论

  1. 1
    独立思考 - 2013年11月20日 00:48

    谢谢这么多的细节、实证帮助大家明辨是非。

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    不会游泳的水手 - 2013年11月20日 13:12

    一字不提市长吸毒,如何隐瞒吸毒事实,市长叫员工买酒,在市政大厦内喝酒

  3. 3
    奔远 - 2013年11月20日 18:27

    总结得好!

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