Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Support the $300 million property tax hike

Dear fellow tax hikers, we are delighted to report a fantastic opportunity to raise property taxes by $300 million on the rich landowners of Hamilton County.  The Museum Center's building needs some repairs, and because of that they are asking for nearly $300 million from the taxpayers.  We at Republicans for Higher Taxes are 100% in favor of this important tax increase.

Who wouldn't want to spend $300 million of taxpayer money to repair a building?  That's cheaper than the $400 million Bridge to Nowhere.  We tax hikers happen to believe that both of these projects are equally important to the health of our country.

We encourage our friend Greg "Tax Hike" Hartmann and the other Commissioners to approve this request at once.  We are not concerned that the Museum Center will not be going through the normal review process for tax levies.  They shouldn't have to.  We don't need to be asking questions before raising taxes.  If the Museum Center wants to spend $300 million for repairs to one building, who is anyone to question them?  Tax us more!


Tax Hikin' Rick Bryan said...

May I be the first to endorse this absolutely necessary tax increase?

Bob Bedinghaus said...

This is definitely the kind of tax increase I would champion if I still had my good name.