驚見「芳」東! 徐國勇、趙映光、黃承國同桌畫面曝光

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民進黨北市黨部前評委召集人趙映光之子趙介佑涉販毒詐欺遭羈押,內政部長徐國勇撇清不認識;此外,國民黨議員徐巧芯日前更在Facebook公布一張民進黨黨職選舉配票單,上面包括現任英系中常委黃承國,對此,黃承國表示,這張配票單是4年前他同額競選台北市黨部主委。綠營內部急跟趙映光切割,甚至謊稱不認識,對此,國民黨立院黨團昨晚(3日)公布徐國勇與趙映光同桌吃飯影片,怒嗆「說清楚,很難嗎?」

國民黨議員徐巧芯上月30日指出,「趙氏家族」與民進黨前主委黃承國友好人盡皆知,當時趙介佑參選黨代表時就是「黃承國一票,趙介佑一票」,趙獲黃強力背書,她質問,總統蔡英文願不願意站出來與黃承國切割,請他辭職?徐巧芯指出,現任民進黨台北市黨部「趙氏家族」與民進黨前主委黃承國友好人盡皆知,當時趙介佑參選黨代表時就是「黃承國一票,趙介佑一票」。他們在台北市的勢力龐大,包括不少年輕民進黨新生代的議員、政治人物都是其中一部分。

由於黃承國是英派要角,對此,徐巧芯質問,蔡英文除了震怒以外,願不願意站出來與國策顧問黃承國切割,請他辭職?台北市黨部主委吳怡農願不願意主動發起民進黨在台北市的掃黑行動,向耍特權、敗壞警紀的「假白道」宣戰?民進黨台北市的親黃承國派系議員、未來打算參選議員的候選人們,願不願意挺身而出支持吳怡農主委發起掃黑行動行動?對此,黃承國辯稱,當年他是同額競選主委,競選北市的全國黨代表、市代表的候選人不跟他印在一起,要跟誰印在一起?何況他2任北市黨部主委,也都獲得陳勝宏領導的綠色友誼支持,他至今也很感念。

此外,徐國勇日前在立法院強調,他很久以前認識趙介佑的阿公趙文寬,當年立委選舉黨員投票占3成,趙文寬是「想選舉的人一定會去拜訪的」。至於趙映光擔任民進黨北市黨部評委才認識,但他不認識趙介佑。但國民黨立院黨團卻公布影片打臉!該影片拍攝地點在新靚點花園飯店,只見徐國勇在席間不斷夾菜,旁邊坐著捲入同居緋聞的民進黨發言人顏若芳,討論威士忌添加可樂話題。

隨著鏡頭角度赫然發現,趙映光也在一角同桌吃飯,而且還違反菸害防制法規定,大剌剌在室內公共場所抽菸,毫不避諱吞雲吐霧。另外,也看到與趙家關係匪淺的國策顧問黃承國,還有民進黨籍台北市議員劉燿仁、張茂楠,以及民進黨前台北市黨部主委黃慶林、前評召周志賢等人、黨政高層雲集氣氛相當熱烈。國民黨團質疑徐國勇,「你說,跟趙映光、黃承國同桌吃飯,是真的不熟嗎?說清楚,很難嗎?」

影片曝光引起譁然,網友留言為何餐廳室內能抽菸?其他人回答,「因為綠的+黑的沒人敢怎樣」,還有人猜測這影片流出來,真的是黨內互打,更有人酸內政部長有失憶症?一起吃飯但是不認識?

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驚見「芳」東! 徐國勇、趙映光、黃承國同桌畫面曝光

  • Siobhan Millavic

    Wow this post really gave me new insights. Really glad I read it. I got hooked at the last paragraph explaining the meaning of liabilities.

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    • Andre Dubus

      Hi Siobhan,

      Thanks for your comment. Congratulations on your new home! Buying a home is usually a difficult subject to classify as an asset vs liability. A lot of it depends on the price of the house, what country you live in, the interest rates etc… However, I tend to stick to the definition of: If it puts money in your wallet it\’s an asset and if it takes money out of your wallet, it\’s a liability. So if I were to buy a house using a loan, and I need to pay that loan every month I may think it is a liability. However, if I rent a room in the house, or list it on AirBnb and someone pays me rent every month which covers the loan, then maybe it is an asset.

      The reason why I tend to think buying a house with a loan is a liability more than an asset is because owning a home also comes with a lot of other expenses. Other than the initial cost of ownership, there are many costs to maintain the house over time. Expenses like taxes, insurance, repairs, and it costs money to sell it (typically 3-7% in Canada depending on what region). That\’s a lot of money to sell your asset in comparison to other assets. For example, a $500,000 house would cost you $15,000 to sell, while the same amount of money invested in a stock in the stock market would cost you around $5 to sell (or free to sell depending on your brokerage). So it costs a lot of money just to get you your own money….

      While I know a few people who own multiple houses and who rent them out, they may make money each month, but they also have a huge amount of debt which needs to be paid off and if the rate of interest changes, the bank will take their home depending on the loan agreement.

      So I really think it depends on how you use your home, will determine if it\’s an asset or a liability. I currently do not own a home, but in Toronto where I live, a single detached house may cost around $1 Million dollars and would still need to be fixed up. Which way do you think about it? Do you think it is an asset or a liability?

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  • Ron Faucheux

    We have bought a home but we have taken loan for that… Is it a asset or a liability??

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    • Andre Dubus

      Hi Yana! Thanks for your comment – I\’m really glad you found value in this post. I\’m happy I explained liabilities in a way that resonated with you.

      Buying income generating assets is how you build wealth over time. It can be very temping to cash out and spend money on other fun things (liabilities), but I always remember every dollar I spend on a liability, I\’m missing out on putting that money to work for me. And not just the work it could be doing today, but all the years of work in the future especially as money grows and multiplies over time.

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  • Ralph Fiennes

    You have probably read or heard about Robert Kiyosaki and his uber-famous financial book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I have some issues with Kiyosaki’s overall up-sell business model, but this book contains a very useful idea for wealth building . Here is how Kiyosaki describes it :

    \”You must know the difference between an asset and a liability, and buy assets…. Rich people acquire assets. Poor and middle class people acquire liabilities, but they think they are assets.\”

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    • Andre Dubus

      Kiyosaki defines an asset as anything that puts money in your pocket. A liability is anything that takes money out of your pocket. The big mistake that poor and middle class people make, according to Kiyosaki, is spending their lives buying liabilities instead of assets. He teaches that if you want to be rich you simply need to spend your life buying assets.

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