Tuesday, October 10, 2006

We're told the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights is Bad For The Children

Of course it is. After all, a 'child advocate and attorney' says so.

If Oklahoma puts a so-called Taxpayers Bill of Rights into effect, a Colorado child advocate and attorney, warns of dire consequences.

And how does she know this? Gephardt says when Colorado put a Taxpayer's Bill of Rights into effect, children, disabled people and the elderly bore the brunt. Followed by "She says" twice. With The net effect, according to Gephardt, was a major increase in disease, pregnancy and alcohol abuse among young people.

So there you have it. You want a taxpayer's bill of rights? YOU DON'T CARE ABOUT THE CHILDREN, you bastard. OR the elderly and disabled.

You'll notice she didn't give specific numbers, no study, no nothing. But she tells us so, so it must be, right?

These people are so full of crap I should have one standing in the garden for a month in the spring as fertilizer.

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