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Old 08-13-2013   #37
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Default Re: The Dirty Little Truth About the Texans Roof Policy

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Originally Posted by Porky View Post
As usual, the taxpayer gets soaked at the enrichment of the owners.
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p.s. agree completely with you about taxpayer funds paying for billionaire playgrounds, but that's another subject for another day...
Each deal needs to be examined individually and I think y'all are unfairly presenting the process.

First off these deals are all approved through the local rules and/or populace. But y'all are acting like the city takes a big fat check over to McNair, hands it to him and says hope you make another billion, we don't expect anything in return. The cities are partners in these deals. They sit down with all the other potential partners/investors, let McNair pitch them that it would be a mutually beneficial relationship and then if they judge it would be, partner up with him.
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