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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Gov. Walker Needs "I Cut Property Taxes" Line In His Campaign Ads, Calls Special Session

This should be filed under you can't make this stuff up, but it's Scott Walker. Soooo.

Coming just days after Mary Burke announced her candidacy for governor, Walker found a new urgency ...

Channel 3000 Excerpt:
Madison -- Gov. Scott Walker is proposing a $100 million property tax cut.

Walker has called a special session for the Legislature to consider the idea next week. Walker announced the plan Thursday. He wants the proposal approved by early November so the tax cut would be effective this year.

You can already see Walker chewing out the words, "And for the first to-ame since 1993, I cut property taxes in the State of Wisconsin," with Politifact's "True" editorial blazing across the headlines.

Never mind Walker also asked for $2.1 billion in new borrowing for the same budget he's property tax cutting, he's found a surplus on the backs of our children.

Walker's property tax proposal is expected to save the average homeowner about $1 a month - that's one dollar. But it provides a talking point that's worth millions to his campaign.


Anonymous said...

He really needs to get out and meet the people he thinks he's fooling. This fool and his minions haven't a clue as to how silly this looks and sounds. Again they're banking on most voters having a short memory and it's up to us to make sure the media remembers crap like this. GIVE US A BREAK....WE ARE SMARTER THAN THAT!!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope there will be a change in elections of local governments. We need people that represent the property tax payers to be sitting on school boards, park boards, etc. online property ownership record

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