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    Tag: Income Tax

    Captain Cave man

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Wed Oct 16, 2013 at 06:41:51 PM EST
    Tags: Legislature, Speaker Bolger, Richardville, poisoning the party brand, Democrat-lite, Change It, Suffer With It, Slick Rick, 2013-HB-4714, Baby Ruth, Gov. Snyder Pension Tax Hike, Income Tax, #BolgerSchmidtFraud, Bobby ShowStak, backroom shenanigans, Matt Mojzak, election integrity, Big Box Protection Bill, Internet Sales Tax, Main Street Cronyism, Internet Sales, More Taxes, More Paperwork, Crushing The Little Guy, Transparency, NERD Fund, Michigan Banana Republican Party, Obamacare, Exemption Employees, Amnesty, Snydercaid, Big Budget, Big Govt, One Term Nerd (all tags)

    "...balance their budget based on what's actually in their checkbook not what they wish was there."

    After replacing the MBT with a State Income Tax Hike, plundering retirees pensions, cutting the Homestead Tax Credit, electioneering with Democrats, continuing to gift illegal aliens over $900M annually, and passing Obamacare Snydercaid, the guy I see in the propaganda video above is the best argument presented for a Part-time State Legislature.

    Go work on growing your second chin, Jase.  Like Snyder, you're the problem.

    One Term Nerd

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    It is time to return what is rightfully ours.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Sun Jan 08, 2012 at 11:26:59 AM EST
    Tags: Rick Snyder, Senate Fiscal Agency MICHIGAN'S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK AND BUDGET REVIEW FY 2010-11, FY 2011-12, FY 2012-13, and FY 2013-14, Too much money coming in, Why? Republican initiated tax hikes that's why, Speaker Bolger, Sen. Richardville, Snookered, Pension Tax, Income Tax, Medicaid Tax, Death Tax, Time to fix it. (all tags)

    "I BELIEVE government must practice fiscal responsibility and allow individuals to keep more of the money they earn."  - Republican Principles, Michigan GOP

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    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Republican plan to raise taxes in Lansing now in danger.

    By KG One, Section News
    Posted on Wed May 04, 2011 at 05:27:22 PM EST
    Tags: Gov Snyder, Rep. Gilbert, pension tax, HB 4480, income tax, SB 290, and now with a twist (all tags)

    Governor Snyder's plan to hit up Michigan Taxpayers for more of their money isn't looking very promising.

    Just last week, Rep. Gilbert's bill to shake down pensioners; HB 4480, JUST cleared the Michigan House 56-53 and moved over to the Michigan Senate.

    This week, things just got a little more interesting.

    {Details after the fold}

    (1 comment, 373 words in story) Full Story

    Lansing Lefties pushing a pair of new taxes

    By Nick, Section News
    Posted on Mon Apr 13, 2009 at 06:47:59 AM EST
    Tags: 2010, Cherry, Granholm, Granholm - Cherry, tax hike, income tax, beer tax (all tags)

    It's the day after Easter.  If you're like me, yesterday featured some awesome family time, a trip to church (for many of you, the only time this year... shame!) since, you know, all that Jesus conquering death stuff is sort of important to this particular holiday, and heaping helpings of chocolate and jelly beans.

    Because apparently rabbit shaped confections are also important to this particular holiday.  

    After a day like that there's little more I'd like to do this morning than revel in the realization that He is Risen (!), enjoy the fact that I've been blessed with an awesome family and roll around on the ground like a dying bear as I battle mightily to digest the giant ball of sugar currently sitting like a rock in the pit of my stomach.

    Alas.  That would be too easy.  Can't even browse the morning's headlines without being shaken violently back to the reality of John Cherry's vision for Michigan.

    Two new tax-hike schemes in one morning?  Say it ain't so!

    Read on...

    (4 comments, 581 words in story) Full Story

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