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"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Memo to Indiana Farm Bureau: Cutting property tax by 1/3 does not equal REPEAL !

You may recall that back in August we touted Indiana Farm Bureau's State Fair efforts to rally Hoosiers around property tax repeal. Their carefully worded statements sure made it sound like they were on the side of repeal. How disappointing to learn that they are offering just another Orentlichter/Kenley taxation shell game that gives politicians power to raise our property taxes again in the future.

We are sure that many unsuspecting Hoosiers signed their petition thinking they were putting their names to property tax REPEAL, not another taxation method.

Please sign and circulate this on line petition for property tax repeal to your friends to send your message that nothing short of repeal is satisfactory. Ask your friends to forward the petition.

Ft. Wayne's Journal Gazette covered Farm Bureau's press conference yesterday which was staged to present yet another plan that is not in line with the will of the people. Comments on the Indy Star's article indicate that the People (you know the one's footing the bill) are not happy!

A decrease in property tax by 30% is NOT, we repeat NOT, repeal.

As long as property tax exists in Indiana, politicians have the ability to put our homes and families in peril. Overwhelmingly Hoosiers want a complete elimination of property tax and we will continue to stage protests and vote out politicians who do not support repeal.



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That was a real reversal-wonder what brought that on-needs investigation-If that idea goes on, more of the same, we would be back in this mess within two years. People you have got to speak up-if you can't go to the protests take a second to write the legislature and the Governor. You can do it online, only takes a few minutes of your time. Only you can save this state. If everyone who visited this website just did that it would keep the pressure on. Surely you can't be that busy.