Editorial: Getting around Prop. 13

Editorial: Getting around Prop. 13

There are 3 comments on the The Wave story from Jan 6, 2013, titled Editorial: Getting around Prop. 13. In it, The Wave reports that:

One would hope that the Proposition 30 tax increases passed by voters would have sated the California Legislature's appetite for additional revenue.

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Antwan

Vacaville, CA

#1 Jan 7, 2013
With a super majority, the pols in Sacramento have no limit to how much money they can take from real producers. Prop 13 will be history soon.
John

Walnut Creek, CA

#2 Jan 7, 2013
GOOD! Taxes should be increased sky high and the revenue trickled up to the 1% who control most of the world's wealth.

Bartender! A round of austerity with a side of pain for everybody!

Since: Aug 10

South San Francisco, CA

#3 Jan 8, 2013
Antwan wrote:
With a super majority, the pols in Sacramento have no limit to how much money they can take from real producers. Prop 13 will be history soon.
True story. You know the old saying used to be "hold on to your wallet" but I don't. Think tha works anymore. Your wallet is going to be empty, so why bother holding on to it.

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