Udut Amazing read. Sometimes it’s inspirational mythology, perhaps showing a commitment to science, showing a continuing willingness to be a part of the global scientific community. But I suspect a lot of it is rather like US nationalism, a pride that may or may not be deserved for things that may or may not have happened. Someday, I want to see a universal world history book. But at the foreseeable future, a lot is more of the same.

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“Taxes are reduced on average for all quintiles of Americans through 2025, although some would pay more due to the limitation of tax deductions. By 2027, after the individual changes have sunset, 83 percent of the benefits will go to the top 1 percent.” By then, it won’t be the problem of those who rushed this through as they’ll have made their money, bankrupting the country. Remember 2009? 9 years isn’t that long.

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Science will inform policy under Andrew Gillum. It’s fine to take into account people’s feelings but feelings don’t fix conservation issues such as red tide inflamed by unmanaged nutrient overflow by industries large enough to have the capability of managing output properly. After a $7 billion dollar tax break, they can certainly use _some_ of that free govt money to do business in a way that is not irresponsible for the State of Florida, its citizens and their employees and the waters and air quality. You’ll still get your upgraded private jets, industry chiefs. $6 billion dollars is plenty to work with, and tourists won’t be turned off by the effects of Florida’s preventable water/air quality issues. Who’s going to come to see dead fish and turtles? Voting is from Oct 27-Nov 6, 2018. Vote for Gillum/King, whatever your political party is. It’s correct.

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