#TBT a year later – The Working Class Tax

Well how quickly time flies – it’s a year later and a #TBT and #TyrannyThursdayAlert is in order… Talking Taxes

Once again the elected officials are talking about raising taxes; which hurts our Businesses both big and small and the Working Class Families are the ones who are hurt the worst.

Are you tired of the out of touch elected officials wasting our families money on special interests and crazy projects?

Then maybe it’s time to gather together at the town halls and at the capitol and tell them #NoNewCTTaxes !

Taxed

Enough

Already

No New CT Taxes!

 

Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

Look around you when you are driving home tonight and; 

Specifically look around to see …
Just how many empty storefronts, closed businesses and; restaurants there are?
Those are people Not Working, people that aren’t working don’t have as much money to spend buying other things & going out to eat or taking their families on vacations.

How many Empty Homes & For Sale Signs are on the streets as you drive during your day? 
Those are families that are no longer part of the stable taxpaying CT Economy, no longer contributing to other families working by using Roofers, Plumbers, Carpenters or buying big ticket items for their homes.

Start taking pictures and; post them to the https://facebook.com/TillettForCT page


Ask yourself …
Do we need something else that will close more businesses and hurt more working class families?

or 

Do we need for our elected officials to stop attacking the small business owners and start cutting out the expensive projects that while are nice things to have but we just can not afford right now?


Is your job one of those that was killed off by the #DemocratsRaisingTaxesAgain ?

Will your job be next on the chopping block? 

Can you and your family afford to keep on paying these increasing taxes?

#YouHaveAChoice this November the Status Quo or a #FreshNewStart … 

Choose wisely #ElectionsHaveConsequences



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Author: Tillett for Connecticut

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