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Where did all Puerto Rico's money go?

The bigger question that needs to be IMMEDIATELY answered and accounted for is why does an island of 3.4 million people have $70 billion in debt and a total of nearly $145 BILLION of unfunded liabilities?

This is bullshit and they don't deserve another DIME~!

They have debt equal to California with 8% of the population!!!

This island run by Democrats is another cesspool of corruption and crony capitalism. I don't give a shit about Puerto Rico and that scumbag mayor can go drown in the flooding for all I care.........

That is all!
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Old 10-05-2017, 11:12 PM   #46
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Old 10-06-2017, 07:43 AM   #47
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Tell the Spanish to pay reparations for the money they robbed from PR and we'll be set.
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Old 10-06-2017, 07:46 AM   #48
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WWII generation - Greatest
Baby boomers - Worst
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Millineals - Terrible
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Old 10-06-2017, 08:29 AM   #49
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Old 10-06-2017, 01:00 PM   #50
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I can agree that they have not done so great for this nation. As a group, self centered, selfish and feel entitled. Grew up with high hopes and thought they could change the world, which they did, but not for the better but for the worse. They were too busy meeting their own needs to ever think about the effects they were having on the country. They lacked discipline and moral conviction of what was right and wrong and did things because they wanted to, and they felt good. That is why we have a huge divorce rate, broken homes, crime rate, and continue to ignore their actions.


World War II Vets that was the greatest generation we have ever seen. They worked so hard providing us a better life and we squandered it.
As a guy who eeeeked in as a boomer, I'd say we seem to be the givingest group.

Hmmmmmm..

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Charities looking to bolster their fundraising efforts should focus their attention on the Baby Boomers, from whom the bulk of money will come for at least the next decade.

That's one of the most important implications of a study released today that compares the giving habits of Boomers (aged 49 to 67) with so-called "Matures" (who are 68 or older), Gen X (33 to 48) and Gen Y (18 to 32). The survey, commissioned by Blackbaud, which provides software to nonprofits, found that not only are Boomers the largest group numerically, with 51 million individuals comprising 34% of the donor base, they are also the largest contributors, giving an estimated total of $61.9 billion per year (43% of all the dollars donated). Matures accounted for 26% of the donations; Gen X, 20%; and Gen Y 11%.

The study involved an online survey in May of 1,014 U.S. donors 18 or older who had made a monetary donation to at least one non-profit organization or charitable cause within the last 12 months (excluding a trade union, children’s school, alma mater, or place of worship).

Social service charities, houses of worship and health organizations are supported by the largest percentage of donors across all generations, but for other causes there were differences between the generations. For example, Gen X and Gen Y are more likely to support children’s charities, human rights and international causes, while Boomers and Matures are more likely to support veterans’ causes. Most donors across all age groups do not plan to expand their giving in the coming year. If forced to cut their overall charitable giving by half, participants said giving to health-related causes would become a lower priority.
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Old 10-06-2017, 05:40 PM   #51
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Boomers can go get fooked can't wait to tear down everything they love.

AKA Racism and shit health care.


Boomers values are shit.
So you are saying the generation that got rid of segregation is now racist? There are many flaws with the Baby Boom generation, but I would not call racism one of them.

Millennials are in many ways far worse for America than the boomers ever were.
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:19 PM   #52
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As a guy who eeeeked in as a boomer, I'd say we seem to be the givingest group.

Hmmmmmm..

https://www.forbes.com/sites/deborah.../#789d0b4931c8
The Baby Boomers had all of the luxuries of the post-war economic “boom” that lead to surplus and comfort, increased labor force and opportunity diversification.

Millenials span three mini-recessions and the rise of a special breed of Older Generation Disdain.

In 1980, $6/hour is equivalent to $18/hour today.
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:37 PM   #53
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I used to walk to school, uphill both ways, in one shoe , holes in it, in the snow in the morning, in 105 degree heat in the afternoon, dodged rapid dogs in both directions, got beat by the nuns at school, came home to a punishiment from my dad, then I went to work, then my boss yelled at me all afternoon, then I walked home in the rain, then I cooked dinner for 10 family members, then I cleaned up after dinner, then I cleaned the house, then I did my homework, then I did my chores, then I went to bed. THE END
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:58 PM   #54
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I used to walk to school, uphill both ways, in one shoe , holes in it, in the snow in the morning, in 105 degree heat in the afternoon, dodged rapid dogs in both directions, got beat by the nuns at school, came home to a punishiment from my dad, then I went to work, then my boss yelled at me all afternoon, then I walked home in the rain, then I cooked dinner for 10 family members, then I cleaned up after dinner, then I cleaned the house, then I did my homework, then I did my chores, then I went to bed. THE END
It is physically impossible to walk uphill to school both ways, using the same route.
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Old 10-07-2017, 12:04 AM   #55
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I said I can't wait for them to die not that I want to hurry it along.


It's not my fault baby boomers wrecked the country.
You spelled Gen X wrong.
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So you are saying the generation that got rid of segregation is now racist? There are many flaws with the Baby Boom generation, but I would not call racism one of them.

Millennials are in many ways far worse for America than the boomers ever were.
Gen X is shit.
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Gen Xers: The people who will tear/are tearing down the entrenched institutions of the Boomers, while the Millennials will be the ones to rebuild from the rubble and return order to the resulting chaos.
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The Baby Boomers had all of the luxuries of the post-war economic “boom” that lead to surplus and comfort, increased labor force and opportunity diversification.

Millenials span three mini-recessions and the rise of a special breed of Older Generation Disdain.

In 1980, $6/hour is equivalent to $18/hour today.
LOL, boomers are the kindest, the most giving, group of them all. I'm sorry that fact bothers you.

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LOL, boomers are the kindest, the most giving, group of them all. I'm sorry that fact bothers you.

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lol I love Baby Boomers (Old People)even those who can't afford to be charitable. It's just that their charity is a lot more nuanced then you realize.

Here is an excerpt from an article..https://www.forbes.com/sites/nextave.../#2dc02a8e21a0

The Charity Divide: Boomers Vs. Gen X And Gen Y

When it comes to making charitable donations, boomers do things a lot differently than members of Gen X and Gen Y, according to a fascinating new study. Maybe it’s time we take a page or two from those younger generations.

In The Next Generation of American Giving, the nonprofit fundraising consultant Blackbaud and its partners at Edge Research and nonprofit consultant Sea Change Strategies analyzed the charitable habits of four generations of Americans: boomers, Gen X, Gen Y and “matures” (born in 1945 and earlier).

The Great Charity Divide

Here are four key findings from a survey of 1,014 U.S. donors online in May:

Only 10% of boomers said they plan to increase charitable giving over the next 12 months. By contrast, 21% of Gen Y respondents and 18% of Gen X’ers said they will give more. (This mirrors the results of a 2010 study by Convio, a nonprofit research firm that’s now part of Blackbaud.)

About 60% of Gen Y and 50% of Gen X said the ability to see the direct impact of their donation has a significant bearing on their decision to give. Just 37% of Boomers feel that way.

Boomers are much less interested in buying products because some or all proceeds will go to charity. About 36% of boomers have made purchases for this reason, comparerd to roughly half of Gen X and Gen Y.

Unlike Gen Y, boomers rarely give to charity through crowdfunding appeals such as Kickstarter or Indiegogo. Only 13% of boomers say they’d be likely to make a donation through crowdfunding online, compared with nearly half of Gen Y (47%). And a mere 6% of boomers have ever done so; 17% of Gen Y have contributed by visiting one of those websites.
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