Posted on November 1st, 2005 in Colorado Politics, General | No Comments »
With a substantial chunk of Coloradans’ ballots already mailed in, the “forever tax increase” comes down to the day of decision. As the campaigns race to the finish line, a last minute flurry of Internet tidbits:
Vote NO, and force the legislature to craft a better solution to the state’s budget crunch next year – preferably one that includes a compromise on Amendment 23. If you still need convincing, read 30+ facts about TABOR from the National Taxpayers Union.
Need an extra little push to cast a NO vote against the forever tax increase? Here’s one.
Polls close at 7 p.m. Stay tuned. My official prediction is that Ref C gets 49% yes, 51% no… same for Ref D. But predictions only come true if taxpayers get out and vote against the forever tax increase.
Update: I was half wrong on C & D – unfortunately, it was the half that mattered more. Hats off to the Colorado Democrats, who have staged a two-year coup. I am beginning to rethink some things – more later….