Dear fellow tax hikers, we stand with Wyoming city leaders as they seek to raise the income tax by 25% on their citizens and workers. This money is needed for some very important programs, whatever they are. Since the current rate is too low, citizens deserve the privilege of giving more of their income to the government.
If taxes are not raised the city says they may have to cut some police officers. That prospect should appeal to School Board Party Mom Lynn Larson, who apparently wants her city's police to focus their efforts on black people and leave the "good white kids" alone.
Even worse, without higher taxes how could Wyoming afford to give away $800,000 of taxpayer money to the next restaurant they want to bring to town? If they can't afford their own Mahogany's-style deals, then the only restaurants that would land in Wyoming are the ones who want to be there.
Racial issues notwithstanding, we believe this tax hike is necessary for the good of the city. Wyoming residents and workers are undertaxed and must be allowed to give more to their government. After all, Mahogany's is looking to move and Wyoming Council might need that money to get them there.