Tim Eyman is again bragging about costing the State of Washington 35 billion dollars in support for Schools, State Parks, roads, buses, ferries, and healthcare.

Thursday, December 7, 2017
Working together over the past 18 years, we’ve saved taxpayers over $35 billion from our various tax initiatives (http://www.voterswantmorechoices.com/SavTax.html).
With our 4 voter-approved 2/3-for-taxes initiatives, we’ve stopped Olympia from raising taxes billions more.
Thanks to you, we’ve done extraordinary things.
This Tuesday, we’re making a huge announcement — you’re gonna love it!!
I/we take a lot of flak — but that just means we’re over the target. Opponents only attack the effective.
A newly elected Seattle City Council member recently said:”Tim Eyman’s legacy lives on, and we have to figure out ways to get enough revenue here.”(http://www.capitolhilltimes.com/Content/News/Homepage-Rotating-Articles/Article/Mosqueda-shares-victory-with-voters/26/538/5345).
It’s not my legacy, it is the voters’ legacy. Our initiatives thrive because the voters’ embrace them.
Solving Problems Politicians Won’t. That’s what Jack, Mike, and I have been doing for the past 18 years. But instead of us making the final decision, we’ve trusted the voters to decide.
Elitists think that regular voters and average taxpayers are the unwashed masses who cannot be trusted to make the “right” decision for their community.
That’s crap. Joe and Josephine Citizen are perfectly capable of deciding what direction they want their government to go. They’re tired of being ignored. They’re fed up with being talked down to.
Tuesday’s exciting announcement will make our supporters smile and our opponents frown.
It means we’re over the target.
We’re working super hard to Bring Back Our $30 Tabs and stick it to Sound Transit — here’s two ways you can help us:
1) ask for petitions and help collect signatures (collect 1000+ signatures and earn yourself an uber-orange $30 Tabs t-shirt – John Berry and other Ironing Board brigade members who’ve been diligently getting signatures at the Pierce County Annex recently earned them).

See Spokane Props, Levies, and Referendums for information about local Spokane stuff

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