OK-SAFE: State Questions on Ballot November 6th — some vewy vewy twicky!
These questions will be on the ballot November 6th and two of the items masquerade as a tax cut but are really a tax cut for certain folks which means that the rest of us folks will pick up the tab for people who already got us into this fine mess of overspending and indebtedness and now they are weaseling out and selling you a tax increase and laughing all the way to the bank — because you will have done it to yourself. A word to the wise — be very careful! Read carefully, ponder who is supporting and why, when in doubt VOTE NO! Blessings all/sc
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[NOTE: OK-SAFE's printable State Question Voter Guide/Handout is available on the front page of the OK-SAFE website, (http://www.ok-safe.com). Click here for the document entitled OK-SAFE Recommended Vote - PDF.]
There will be six state questions on Oklahoma’s crowded November 6, 2012 ballot. Below is a list of the state questions, including the ballot title, the ballot language, and OK-SAFE’s recommended vote and assessment.
SQ 758 and SQ 766 deal with ad valorem (property) taxes. Because both questions may be perceived as a tax reduction, there may be puzzlement about our recommendation of a NO vote on both questions.
The question before us was, does either question result in an actual tax cut, i.e. does the measure provide tax relief for everyone and effect reduced government spending? The answer was no.
Standing on this first principle, OK-SAFE could not support either question. Transferring the tax burden from one…
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