Skip to comments.Tax cap rally devolves to shouting match
Posted on 05/10/2011 11:56:45 AM PDT by statestreet
Assembly Republicans organized a rally calling for the imposition of a two-percent cap on local and school property tax increases, but it was crashed by a coalition of liberal and labor groups who want a circuit breaker adjustment to property taxes, in which higher income taxes are used to provide tax relief to less-affluent individuals.
Joe Seeman, a local leader of MoveOn.org, engaged in several shouting matches with cap supporters yelling Tax the Rich! as he was called a communist and socialist. He asked his debaters whether they were rich; one woman carrying a tea party Dont Tread on Me flag said he was the one who was rich.
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Too little too late, you guys wanted it all so now stay in Hell (NY) and suffer...
It’s time we “man up” to these libtards. If they start shouting and asking if we are rich, tell them it’s none of their pinko commie business. Then tell ‘em “IT’S NOT YOUR MONEY”.
The “less afluent” pay NOT taxes unless you’re talking about property taxes and sales taxes.
Did Cuomo propose a bill to cap the tax increases?
Give up and quit? We didn’t get into this tax mess overnight, and we’re not going to get out of it overnight.
I saw the welfare state destroy not only black families but most of the upstate...one at a time...Folks don't talk about the NY fascist welfare system but they really do think you belong to the state
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