Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Tax Debate Missing the Point

The fight over differing tax policies in last night's debate was predictable and less than interesting. No one seems too excited by either candidate's tax policy, and for good reason. Neither policy really does anything to solve the underlying and fundamental problems in our economy caused by government intrusion into the private sector.

This morning I posted a discussion of a more relevant tax issue on my campaign blog. You can check it out here.

 - Jim Hanson, candidate for State Representative in House District 84

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