USA Today features YES on 3 on Front Page

USA Today headline story of today (10/18/10) features Massachusetts ballot Question 3 to roll back the sales tax to 3% :
http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2010-10-18-1Atax18_ST_N.htm

“Carla Howell, chairwoman of the Alliance to Roll Back Taxes, hopes the Massachusetts vote will start a national movement to cut sales taxes, just as California’s Proposition 13, which cut property taxes and limited the rate of increase, started a nationwide property tax revolt in 1978. She says the tax cut would create jobs and force a 5% cut in total state spending.”

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3 Responses to “USA Today features YES on 3 on Front Page”

  1. Ellen says:

    It is about time we turn the tide and let them know OUR taxes are not only paying them their salaries but also their pension too along with the wasteful spending. They think it is their FREE MONEY! They are always talking about education…. Well, I think it is about time that they get educated and be taught how to spell the word WASTE. (Okay Children)…. Until they learn how to spell that word and what it means, they will never change and will still will only know how to raise taxes and spend it as they like. Time for a BIG CHANGE….Vote YES on ballot question 3….. Go Carla

  2. Ellen says:

    It is about time we turn the tide and let them know OUR taxes are not only paying them their salaries but also their pension too along with their wasteful spending. They think it is their FREE MONEY! They are always talking about education…. Well, I think it is about time that they get educated and be taught how to spell the word WASTE. (Okay Children)…. Until they learn how to spell that word and what it means, they will never change and will still only know how to raise taxes and spend it as they like. Time for a BIG CHANGE….Vote YES on ballot question 3….. Go Carla

  3. Jim Theriault says:

    Best idea of the year. Fat cats won’t bring themselves to cut expenses without an absolute requirement.

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