Stop attacking charters: Letters

Source: Los Angeles Daily News - View Original Article
Published: May 04, 2020
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99% Conservative


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Policies:

Social Security Privatization
Charter Schools

Sentiments

98% "Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is a strong leader for Los Angeles.""
93% "In fact, most of us are barely getting by with our pensions and Social Security.""
91% "How many sympathetic renters offered financial assistance to help their distressed landlords?""
90% "Not every public servant got a ride on the gravy train.""
86% "Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman states she won't be in the casinos.""
76% "Would the public think it equitable if the government mandated that all restaurants and businesses limit profits to 10 percent to help distressed consumers?""
74% "Re UTLAs shameful attack on charter schools (Editorial, April 2): Families are struggling to adjust to the challenges being posed as a result of the ..."
73% "Yes, it's difficult for businesses and the residents.""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

98% : Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is a strong leader for Los Angeles.
93% : In fact, most of us are barely getting by with our pensions and Social Security.
91% : It lacks compassion, leadership and causes further division at a time when all leaders should be coming together to assure working families that our schools and our school leaders are here to help and support us.
91% : How many sympathetic renters offered financial assistance to help their distressed landlords?
90% : Hearing the teacher's union leaders attack charter public schools and call for school evictions during this time is completely unacceptable.
90% : Not every public servant got a ride on the gravy train.
86% : Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman states she won't be in the casinos.
76% : Would the public think it equitable if the government mandated that all restaurants and businesses limit profits to 10 percent to help distressed consumers?
74% : Re "UTLAs shameful attack on charter schools" (Editorial, April 2): Families are struggling to adjust to the challenges being posed as a result of the COVID-19 health pandemic. Working families in particular are facing job loss, health scares, and the social emotional toll associated with this health pandemic.
73% : Yes, it's difficult for businesses and the residents.
72% : My child does not pose a health hazard to anyone.
70% : When I retired from my job in municipal government 21 years ago, I must have missed out in that boost in public pensions that Steven Greenhut writes about.
69% : Most of those employees were in management positions or police and fire.
65% : I'll stick with the leadership of Mayor Garcetti.
64% : Yes, there are retirees who made out like bandits in retirement; they're the same people who received huge salaries during their working years allowing them to cash in at retirement.
63% : Many apartment owners lost property and investment after the market crash of 2008.
58% : People should realize that purchasing rental property is a business investment.
57% : Stop blaming our students and using this health crisis as a political opportunity to slander us.
57% : I am a small business owner in the city of Torrance with less than 10 employees that had applied for the PPP loan program over two weeks ago and as now we have not received anything.
56% : Landlords are not greedy.
55% : But I don't want to revisit quarantine.
52% : Recent articles have characterized rental property owners as greedy.
52% : It is unfair and erroneous for Greenhut to paint state and local retirees with such broad brush strokes.
49% : What amazes me is how the Los Angeles Lakers already received $4.6 million in PPP loans so soon and why?
46% : It's not up to her to determine how to open safely.
44% : His leadership has been comforting.
43% : And, as with other businesses, the purpose of speculating their money and taking ownership risk is for monetary returns.
39% : Leadership matters!
30% : With a CalPERS pension of less than $2,000 a month, I'm certainly not one of the "virtual millionaires" he claims many public service retirees have become.
27% : Taking a risk to maximize profits is not greed, but the fundamental foundation of business.
26% : There are multiple government rent subsidy programs available, and the burden should not be on landlords to provide housing assistance by keeping rents below market.
19% : but you have to ask yourself, who in the organization applied for the loan and why? The money doesn't just drop into your bank account without a loan application process.
12% : Why would this multi-million dollar organization need the money, sure they said that they have or will return the money
9% : And if they weren't called out on this would they really return the money?

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