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Say “NO” to West Muskingum School Levy this Election Day 2012

I can’t speak for anyone else but as far as I’m concerned between the school district, county, state and the federal governments, I’m taxed enough already. And now, since my family has lost over a third of its income there’s nothing anyone can say that’ll convince me these agencies know how to spend my money better or need it more than I do.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure the West Muskingum School officials and teachers are nice enough, but unfortunately for us they have become, “Pay me first” type people, who like to feed at the public feeding trough and saddle others with higher taxes so they can increase their salaries and benefits.

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Say “No” to Levies

lev·y / [lev-ee] 1. an imposing or collecting, as of a tax, by authority or force.

All you folks who plan on pullin’ the lever for the next levy – whether “it’s for the kids”, or for any other reason - follow me for a moment into hypothetical land.

Everybody should have a right to a good burger, right? Well, I’m from the government and I’m here to help, so I propose a government-controlled “public burger shop”. We’ll tax people based on income and property – so all you unemployed, disabled, retired, and impoverished folks suckling on the taxpayers’ nipple, don’t worry about a thing. It won’t cost you a dime. You stand only to gain. We’re going to take some money from the treasury to give you free burgers! Hooray for free public burgers!

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Fall 2009 levy


Endorsed by:

  • Alliance for the Separation of School
    and State 
    "In America, we don't let our neighbors vote on what we feed our children or where we send them to Sunday school - we should not let them vote on where we send them to Monday-school either. Free market schooling is a liberating, constitutional alternative to forced government schooling. The social friction of government school levies will soon be in the dustbin of history." -Marshall Fritz [visit the website]

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