October 31, 2009 in Letters

State takes too much

The Spokesman-Review
 

The advertisement states, “Vote no on Tim Eyman’s 1033 Initiative. It could cost the state millions.”

What are they talking about? Cost the state? It would save the taxpayer millions if 1033 becomes law. What does the state not understand? The voter in Washington is being taxed to death and even after death. Why are states in a bind today? Simple answer: high taxes; high unemployment; union domination; exodus from states, leaving reduction in projected tax revenue.

Give the state your hard-earned money in the form of tax and the state will use that revenue for redistribution. It is in the taxpayers’ best interest to vote yes on 1033 and they will be richer for doing so.

George C. Herion

Spokane


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