January 6, 2013 in Letters, Opinion

Make a deal on taxes


Mr. President, we agree that the current tax revenue is definitely not covering the spending, and there is a need to make adjustments. I propose that we make a deal in which I will accept a moderate across-the-board tax increase.

Here’s the deal: The spending must be absolutely capped to prevent additional increases. Government spending needs to be directed to actual constitutional requirements. When this is done and in place, I will not only accept but will campaign for a moderate tax increase directed specifically to wiping out the debt.

It is totally irresponsible to not curb spending, and it is impossible to balance the budget with taxes alone.

Dave Miller


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