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Ken Mills  
March 31, 2011 12:03pm
 
Right, we do have some segments of society that have tax breaks....The elderly have disability exemptions, and the elderly can have their school taxes frozen so that they can afford to live in their own homes in their last years, and farmers and ranchers and anyone else that is seriously involved in agriculture have exemptions for Ag operations so that they will not be forced out of their farms by high taxes.... There are many farms and ranches that have been in families for generations but with encroaching suburbs they would see there property taxes rise so high that they would have to sell their farms/ranches to pay the property taxes. Yes, indeed we need to make those cruel and evil disabled selfish folk and farm and ranches operators pay their fair share or kick them out of their property. Even if they can no longer afford to pay the full amount of taxes because they are old and feeble and can't work or live on inherited property that is in the way of suburban growth...that's their problem not mine.

And, sales taxes are historically unfair. It's terribly unfair that 'everyone' has to pay the exact same sales tax....that billionaire that buys a $1 million yacht and that derelict that buys a burger have to pay exactly the same sales tax rate...how unfair.

Now, the Federal Taxes...tht's a whole different matter.

Marcelina Muse, you will find out just as I have that anything Alvin believes is going to be bogus once it is analyized a little. And, the reason is because he belongs to that clan called 'liberal' that believes spending more by the Feds will create jobs. They believe that micromanaging and totally controlling health care will lower insurance premiums. They also believe that the more you tax, the more money in tax revenue will come in. They also believe we are terrible to kill civilians in Iraq but have not qualms about killing 100s of thousands of babies in the USA (abortion) every year.

So, anything Alvin is for is going to be based somehow in fairyland and have fairy dust sprinkled all over it.
     
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