Nrews for those in FishTown (Sedan)

Nrews for those in FishTown (Sedan)

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Stranger In Strange Land

Wichita, KS

#1 Mar 11, 2012
As of Jan 1st, 2013 you can expect your rent to increase at least 3.8% to support Obama Care all land lords will have to pay this tax to the feds and you can be assured that they will pass it right along to you. All rent receipts will be assessed this federal tax and it will apply to all sales of real estate as well. You might remember that when you cast your ballot for president this November .
Doris

Pittsburg, KS

#2 Mar 12, 2012
It's about time renters paid some of the health care costs for the indigent. Property owners have been paying this tax for years via our real estate taxes.
Hmmmm

United States

#3 Mar 12, 2012
If you have so much money for taxes that you pay, why don,t you buy everyone a house so we can share in your taxes, not everyone this day and age can buy a home to call there own. I know many people would love to own a home of their own, but first you have to have a JOB, create more jobs so the renters can BUY and pay taxes.
Renter

United States

#4 Mar 14, 2012
Doris wrote:
It's about time renters paid some of the health care costs for the indigent. Property owners have been paying this tax for years via our real estate taxes.
Yeah, I bet ur one of the ones who let their houses fall apart instead of renting to someone who needs a roof over their head! Greedy Bitch!
tired

Mount Hope, KS

#5 Mar 14, 2012
Doris, Hmmmm and Renter must assume that Stranger In Strange Land is a property owner that rents to others. It is quite possible that he(she) is also a renter trying to pass along another surprise to the American people by the un-American Obamacare which is filled with little surprises for the American people. This is just another of many, many ploys by the would be Dictator Obama, to take over the finances of the american people. Ok now, heap upon me your rath for wanting to keep what I worked all my life for, I have broad shoulders and can take it. I would use my real name, but I don't want the Obama supporters filling the street by me.
Doris

Pittsburg, KS

#6 Mar 15, 2012
Good grief! I stirred up a hornet's nest. I am simply pointing out that real estate taxes pay for hospitals, libraries, schools, and fire and police protection. Renters do not pay this tax even though they may use the services. Distributing the tax burden more fairly across the citizen base is a good thing, in my opinion.

PS: I am not a landlord nor is my property derelict.
Mike

United States

#7 Mar 16, 2012
Amen to tired, Doris,I don,t know where you live, but the Obama,s get all our tax money and all his friends, not the hospitals and such as you say, look at the amount of money the oil have profited since our wondeful Obama has been in office, they elected him now they are getting rewarded not the American people, YEA MORE TAXES, he must need something else new to play with.
Doris

Pittsburg, KS

#8 Mar 20, 2012
Not to beat a dead horse here, but real estate tax is a county tax. None of it goes to Washington. It stays in the county to fund our local schools, county road repair, courthouse, and so forth. Washington DC and Obama have nothing to do with real estate taxes.

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