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Letter: Against new taxes

James Roberts writes:
I don't think that it would be fair to collect additional taxes on the people of Adair County that have either lost or partially lost their income because of a virus that we have no control over or a government that has control over businesses that causes people to lose their jobs.

That's like saying I'm taking your lunch and your going to pay me so I can eat yours and mine. Doesn't sound very good does it? We vote for people to be good stewards of our tax money. When they don't or don't know how then it's time to go back home and let someone else take over.

Do you see any elected official taking a pay cut or donating a portion of their pay to help the fellow man? I didn't think so! All government entities needs a budget and needs to stick to the budget! Go ahead and add another burdening tax on us taxpayers and see what happens come election time! Just my opinion, James Roberts




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