You have your math but Rove has *the* math.
I heard that interview yesterday! All I could think about is 'who is this ornery republican?'
Once I realized it was Karl, I got worried.
The thing the estate tax repeal people need to keep repeating is this: The funding gap created by eliminating this tax will have to be filled - and it will be filled by homeowners, renters and college students. We can't/won't just cut services.
The rich need to pay their fair share.
I trust the Elway Poll. Anyone who can consistently drive a football team 80 yards in 2 minutes is good by me. ::rimshot::
SRSLY, tho, the ad campaign against the estate tax repeal does a GREAT job of stating the exact points Catalina brings up, plus the fact it only affects 250 rich people. The No campaign has stepped up and called the Repealites on their bullshit.
Does anyone have a link to the Elway Poll handy?
Protecting property rights is just common sense.
Here are the real facts...
Vote yes on I-933!!
Man, I hate spammers. Especially for incredibly lost causes.
Isn't it about time for someone to sponsor a "property responsibilities" initiative?
There is a "property responsibility" initiative, it was called the CAO. It requires the rural KC landowner to use only 35% of their property and invokes a number of complex regulations around land use in an attempt to balance Ron Sims mandates, environmental and landowner concerns. What you get is an imperfect and costly system opaque to most city dwellers. (DDES is self funded through permit fees, so no cost to metronaturals.)
933 will make it worse, but rubbing salt in the wounds about "responsibilities" is taking a match to gasoline.
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