Friday, July 31, 2015

Another sign Sen. Ann "Gas Tax" Rivers was dead wrong to violate her campaign promise and vote FOR the gas tax/tab fee increase.

So, imagine my surprise when I saw this:

Betty Sue Morris · 

OK - I know I'm the only one out there who feels this way, but I'm willing to pay the taxes and not complain. Transportation is critical to the state's economy and we have neglected our infrastructure way too long. And I'm pleased that Senator Ann Rivers had the character to vote for the tax.
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Confusing, that.


You see, "character" doesn't involve violating pledges or promises.

Unless, of course, you're a democrat.  Then, somehow, if you do what they want, that amounts to "character" when you they agree with you... which almost always means raising your taxes.

Of course, it's also easy for BS Morris to applaud Rivers' lies.  After all, BS isn't running for anything, is she?

Rivers blows, at best, a $500 million hole in this county's economy with her gas tax/tab fee vote, burdening every man, woman and child with a debt of something over $1500... without asking us, of course... and our local democrat icon says that such a vote, which flies in the face of Rivers' campaign-promise-to-get-elected pledge of refusing to vote for gas tax increases and tab fee increases because she's "heard the voters," some how represents what democrats call "character."

Is it any wonder that few democrats around here can get elected dog catcher?

Does Morris actually believe this sort of lie HELPS Rivers?

Senator, here's a clue: with friends like Morris, who needs enemies?

1 comment:

Jack Buckmeir said...

As Gas Prices were dropping like a rock, I wondered just how long it would take the greedy Bastards in Government to start stealing more money from the citizenry for more stupid "reasons" now we all have the answer.Government just can't keep it's greedy fingers out of everyone else's wallets.