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Tag: Losing a home
By JGillman, Section News
How very interesting the liberal mind is. Lets start with this premise: Democrats seem to like taxes. Well at least one would HAVE to believe that is the case with all of the programs that the Socialist Democrats promote. Social program begins, money is needed, money is taken from taxpayer, Democrats proceed with next program and start process over. In true transpositive fashion, it would appear Democrats like to tax.
unless.. They have no intention of paying for those programs.
And given the high number of tax cheats in the administration, it seems to follow they might not. Funny however, that THOSE guys, who are a million miles from us bumpkins in Michigan have issues that drop off the radar so quickly, while some folks here in Michigan, have lost or NEARLY LOST their homes because of such matters. Fail to pay your taxes, face a government enforced lien so that programs making sure people are able to stay safely in their homes are not ..cut.
So what can we make of this?
Candidate for Attorney General David Leyton is a Democrat. Not just a Democrat, but one who is running under the Democrat flag. An ACTIVE Democrat. Transpositive arrangement (A=B, B=C, so A MUST equal C) also places him as a supporter of taking people's money for the Democrats' program wishes.. right? RIGHT??!!
Maybe not.. Or.. Mr. Leyton, at least a couple times in his life would loved to have taken the "Rangle Rule" to the tax man's office. Not once, not twice.. but..
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