September 12, 2003
Ellen Goodman on I-77

Stefan Sharansky posted a long entry (complete with pictures) on the demonstrations against I-77 (the "latte tax"), a tax so bad that even the knee-jerk liberals at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer came out against it. That doesn't stop Boston Globe columnist Ellen Goodman (whose columns appear in the rival Seattle Times) from championing it as a small step against the evil intentions of the GOP's anti-tax position, one that is going to leave all the elderly and the children to die. Her column is a laundry list of why cutting taxes is a bad thing, and she even manages to throw in some opposition to the end of the death tax (or as she prefers to call it, the Estate Tax). It has to be read to be believed.

posted on September 12, 2003 08:03 AM


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