YES! The Far Right doesn't want ANY tax increases.
56%
No! They know it's just a ploy to shift blame to Democrats.
44%

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dave wdowiak 3 years 31 weeks ago

i think this is one of those things in life that is simply hard to let go. For what ever reason (usually for lack of reason) some things are just hard to give up on and you would have to have a strong background in mental; shall we say understanding, to able to get a good feeling about this question.

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