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I'm with you on this one greg, and I write off everything that I can but when a huge company like that starts doing damage to the small businesses in the area and hurts the community by not pulling their own weight is when the line should be drawn.
CISPD says they provide all these wonderful things but in reality they are stealing from the community but people will see things the way they want to and it's usually pointless to try and debate it with them greg. It's all fine and dandy until it starts to affect the small guy then it's a moral obligation as well as like greg said illegal so I hope they pursue them vigorously.
Nobody can say anthing to me since I donate way more than my share not just in taxes but in 10 free pizzas for this organization and 10 free pizzas for this organization and this guy can't afford to eat and this guy is short today and everyone thinks you can just write it off which sounds dandy but it never makes up for money not made. I know that I'll never set foot in wal-mart ever again nor will any of my family members and I can't get around paying my taxes on the businesses even with the write offs it's insane and probably rivals what some people make in a year it's sick and that's to live 10 minutes from scenic detroit can't imagine what a nice area would cost.