Albert A. DiMillo Jr., Retired Corporate Tax Director, CPA & Life-Long Democrat. Tax Reform: Reducing the tax burden for Maine

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Robert
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Albert A. DiMillo Jr., Retired Corporate Tax Director, CPA & Life-Long Democrat. Tax Reform: Reducing the tax burden for Maine

South Portlander Campaigns Against Tax Law

Albert A. DiMillo Jr., Retired Corporate Tax Director, CPA & Life-Long Democrat

Editor's Note: This is an excellent piece, Robert. I'm adding some text from its opening paragraph. Doing so, I hope, will prompt more people to read Mr. DiMillo's piece.

"Unlike my representative, I have spent over 300 hours analyzing the details of the law. The following are the statements made in the Legislative Update and the real facts that prove the statements are all false:"

Tom C
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Excellent.

Excellent.

Robert
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I sent this link to Mr.

I sent this link to Mr. DiMillo. Hopefully he will add to this thread.

Thrasybulus
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It is VITAL to get this

It is VITAL to get this message out everywhere NOW.

Islander
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I would love to see him

I would love to see him debate this with any of the liberals in Augusta.

Traci G
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thanks Robert for bringing

thanks Robert for bringing this to our attention~ perfect explanation.

copied and forwarded to everyone on my email list. I suggest others do the same.

J. McKane
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They simple will not debate

They simple will not debate us on this because they know that this bill is a loser.

Last summer at the Windsor fair, when Seth and co. were passing out fliers and interupting signers, I asked one of them to explain one thing to me - what about the 300,000 mainers who don't file income tax but will still have to pay the new sales taxes? We know that at best, only 1/2 of them will file to get their "credit."
Her answer - We're going to go door-to-door to get every single Mainer to file.

When other points are brought up, their answers are along the line of, "No sahah." Or, "liar liar pants on fire."

You can see why they wouldn't want to debate this in public.

PressMan247
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Where is the YES on 1

Where is the YES on 1 Campaign?
The website looks like a teaparty promotion and all the local support gives you a Maine GOP email address.
I hope the people who ran the TABOR campaign are not running this one as well.

J. McKane
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The campaign needs money to

The campaign needs money to get the message out. See this thread - http://www.asmainegoes.com/content/peoples-veto-golf-tournament

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