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originally posted by: jimmyx
a reply to: Jamie1
i was reading the opening post....and then came your real beef about Warren and Obama...rolls eyes....how about Yale, and all the rich republican bastards that sent their kids there and to other elite colleges....can't anyone talk about the true villians, the wealthy, and how they play republicans off of democrats and vice versa, all the while we work for peanuts and bicker about abortions, guns, race, immigrants, etc....WE ARE GETTING PLAYED EVERY DAY!!
originally posted by: UnifiedSerenity
Yes, not only could Harvard live off of their collective investments and provide free education, food and housing for the up and coming crop of genius children, so could the rest of the country. Look into CAFR's. I just came across another article about what is really going on and how American's are being taken to the cleaners.
Walter Burien has a logical plan to use these collective investments to end taxation and set up investment funds to pay for everything using the expert financial managers we already have who are running these funds. Hell, the Gov't took in 16 trillion last year in it's investments which is far greater than taxation.
If you want to look on here, there are threads about CAFR already. Harvard is just continuing the game like all other schools, cities, towns, etc..