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Tag: Wholesale Tax Hikes
By Corinthian Scales, Section News
That's prolly the nicest thing I have to say about Lansing Republicans. They aren't even faking it anymore, they just want to raid folks bank accounts.
via The Detroit News
Bills introduced Wednesday in the state Senate include a proposed constitutional amendment to raise the 6 percent sales tax to 8 percent and devote the extra revenue to transportation funding.
A scant few days after the Obama amnesty loving Nerd finished his SOTS, there you have it. Senate republicrats rushed to hammer out SJR J (Richardville - Kahn/Caswell) tie bar to SB 85 (Kahn - Pappageorge), and SB 88 (Kahn), or SB 86 (Kahn), and SB 87 (Kahn). Look, Team R Governerd lackeys, you serve feces on a croissant, but it's still a sh*t sandwich. Look elsewhere for revenue? Oh, Hell no. Tax 'em because it's a crisis. If I were one of the Socialists on Team D, I would make you Lansing republicans pay through the nose for that tax hiking yes vote you need to pass either of that crap being served. And, they will.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Michigan voters could face a May 7 vote on how they want to pay for billions of dollars in road and bridge repairs in the next few years.
Yessirree, SSDD in Lansing.
Funny how 2¢ was viewed not long ago. Keep that stiff upper lip, Speaker Bolger.
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