"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"

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

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

"Thanksgiving for the Taxpayers" by Patriot Paul

Indy beauty seems thankful for Patriot Paul's faithful service
2007 NFL Opener - Indiana Tea Party

Current Mayor Peterson’s refusal to hold a joint news conference with Mayor-elect Ballard to show a smooth transition is a sad example from the president of the league of cities. Still licking his deep wounds, his lame duck administration has few bright spots except for a circle of lights event as his 8 years in office flicker out. The enormous damage done to taxpayers range from escalating taxes, a billion $ budget busting oppression, a ethics and arrogant plagued city county counsel, prejudiced police and fire department personnel, bogus numbers for minority business contracts, record foreclosures, the worse property tax debacle in history that documents show they knew was coming, a library run amuck in millions in overcosts, just to name a few.

What is so special about this thanksgiving? Tax payers need to thank themselves! They voted out culprits they held responsible for this mess by changing the guard in the mayor’s office, changing the complexion of the CCC, and changing the debate from everyday ho-hum business to property tax reform mania with tax forums, neighborhood association meetings, and media saturated with protestors. Historically, Indiana has never seen these exact events unfold and certainly not tax assessment Tea Party dunkings, Indians, Patriots, Pirates, Pinhead, Grim Reaper, Ghost firemen, coffins, and whatever else elevated awareness, including putting State lawmakers on notice that a coffin is reserved for them in November for failure to permanently fix a broken system they have presided over for years.

When you sit down with friends and relatives, give thanks to the average tax payers, many of whom sacrificed a chunk of their personal time to elevate awareness and help return to a path of fiduciary responsibility long forgotten by our public officials. The battle is just beginning, but we need to give thanks along the way.

Your faithful servant,
Paul the Patriot

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