On Corporations, wealthy won’t pay fair shares in Wisconsin
Kay,Can you explain why you accredit the best years to a Republican "Congress" during a Democratic Presidential reign; yet under similar circumstances, you place blame on the Democratic President with a similar Republican-controlled House when things don't look so good? Then again, during a horrible run with a Republican president and Dem-controlled "Congress," you again cast stones away from the Republican and onto the Dems.
On the surface it appears as though you are placing blame wherever is convenient to support your party, but I'd be curious to hear your rationale.
On School district could gain from state budget--if board raises taxes
billnewbie - I see you make the comment a lot. What do you not understand about the Governor refusing that deal?
kidsfirst - VERY accurate and informative post.
I'm surprised more people haven't commented on how our state-wide corporate tax breaks are panning out for us. Here's a fine example of how they're being compensated for at the local level. Cut corporate taxes = reduction in state aid at the local level. You and I get to make up the difference, but hey! Still waiting for those new jobs to come our way!
Hint #2: Open your mind beyond income taxes and how they impact everything else.
Let's turn the tables here. If the rich pay less and less percentage in tax, and they are the group whose percentage was the highest, yet the tax is not increased for the other classes, how do you see that panning out. Hint: It's ALL OVER THE NEWS!
There you go AGAIN! What did I say to make you think I don't know the difference between a budget and a budget resolution. Absolutely nothing.As for your question, "How does a lowered tax for all, including the middle class, place a burden on the backs of the middle class?" You can't be serious!
You're right. The bottom was a term I used too loosely. I didn't mean those that don't pay taxes anyway. I meant the bottom of the tax-paying population; those who would have to make up the difference. I guess I should have said that the burden lies on the back on the middle class. Hmmm, where have I heard that before? Oh yes, it's all over the news.There he goes again with semantics, misunderstood.
Do we know she's a woman? Just asking.
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