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10/29/2010

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I voted NO on this because I read the piece in the PostDisgrace about this guy who is a big time lib and I can guarantee that he has spent his whole life voting for hiring taxes for me and not for him. This is opening an pandora's box for every group to start wanting exemptions and they will all be libs as usual.

Missouri has a Veteran's trust fund. If a POW veteran can not stay in his home because of finances, I would support the Veteran's trust fund helping out. Tax relief should be something all citizens receive, just as all citizens should pay their fair share of taxes.

I'm almost on your side in this one.

Almost.

Yet, when we consider the one group who sacrificed nearly all they have in this world for the defense and survival of this nation - former prisoners of war who have a total service-connected disability - exemption from property taxes is the least we can do to say "Thank you."

http://locomotivebreath1901.blogspot.com/2010/10/ballot-initiatives-for-jackson-county.html

So what other government benefits should we confer upon a class you favor?

And how, exactly, is this conservative?

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