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Lost: Female German Shepherd, Aug. 13, Oak Hollow and Hwy. 87, La Vernia, mostly black with tan on legs, white on chest. Reward for safe return, call 210-296-1183.

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Ken Semlinger  
Poth, TX  
March 31, 2011 1:02pm
 
Obviously changing the tax system is going to cause outcry, all changes do. Perhaps we should look at it this way: government, both state and national, needs enough money to cover it's spending. The more it spends the more it must take from it's citizens. The total amount needed spread equally among all the taxpayers. Exemptions or exceptions shift the tax burden, which was originally the amount needed pro-rated equally among the payers, to larger amounts due from those without the exemptions and less from those with exemptions. I would bet that most of those receiving exemptions now are not in favor of welfare. The rationale being that welfare recipient's are receiving a benefit at the expense of someone else. Yet the very exemption they are receiving is at another taxpayer's expense. Why is this fair? If welfare is wrong because it must be paid by other taxpayer's then so is the exemption. Please explain the difference.
     
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