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Published: Friday, February 15, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Democrats seek income tax bill

Why do we keep electing the same people that keep trying to do things that we, the citizens of the state of Washington have repeatedly rejected? Perhaps next time we can do some real house cleaning. To what am I referring?
Here is something that has repeatedly been shot down by the citizens, yet again the Democrats, who have proven over and over again that they have no idea what fiscal responsibility is, have a new plan to open your wallets to extract more of yours and my hard earned money.
Can you guess what that is? I bet you can if you give it but the smallest moment thought.
I guess they think us all just plain stupid. Oh, wait! That part is really true! I had forgotten that several of them had been caught making similar statements about the portions of the populace.
Well, I, for one, do not support throwing open the doors to the vaults!
Have you figured out what they want to do yet? It's another attempt to establish a state income tax!
Well, here is a link to the actual bill.
Norman Moss
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