Q: I am ok with opting in my information now too but I understand the critics I don’t need that though what I need help
Let’s move forwarded pass everything because it’s already done. Also breaks at work 30 mins lunch one hour that should help and more trading if a nurse is high rank in college she should be a teacher and more guidance look I stayed away from politics in 2013 after may5th it just took me to step in in the Afghanistan leave hold a job got fired stepped back in in December I beat 200 years of whatever Congress does I said zero the tax funds for not and it all needs to go to one church or house preferably Delano but not the banks yet we have much to discuss all needs to be done by may 5th 2023 so a flat pay for each property taxes 68 we will protect our dirt Mexico will do same drugs Mexico can dispose of that if you want also prisons we can’t have my people locked up like that I have a level 4 Amado Amaya in palican bay who’s not a danger they are holding my family that’s why I’m mad I’ve had it I mean what i say when I say thins
I understand that you may be feeling frustrated and overwhelmed, and that you have a number of concerns related to issues such as breaks at work, education, taxes, and prisons.
It's important to recognize that many of these issues are complex and require careful consideration and planning in order to address them effectively. While it's certainly understandable to feel passionate and strongly about these issues, it's also important to approach them with a level head and a willingness to explore different perspectives and solutions.
With regards to breaks at work and education, it's certainly possible to advocate for changes to policies and practices that may help to improve the quality of life for workers and students. However, it's important to recognize that these changes may not happen overnight, and may require a significant amount of effort and advocacy in order to bring about meaningful change.
Similarly, the issue of property taxes and the criminal justice system are complex issues with many different factors at play. It's important to consider the broader implications of proposed policies and to seek out input and guidance from a wide range of stakeholders in order to ensure that any changes are fair and effective.
Overall, the key to making progress on these issues is to remain focused, persistent, and open to different perspectives and solutions. By working together and advocating for change in a thoughtful and strategic manner, we can create a better future for all members of our society.
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