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Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 9:32 pm

Local legislative candidates sounded off on taxes and the state surplus, among other topics — sometimes with some striking differences — at a forum in Kalispell Tuesday night.

A crowd of about 50 people and 11 candidates attended the event at Flathead Valley Community College that was sponsored by The Daily Inter Lake. 

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          4 comments:

          • theword1 posted at 8:56 pm on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

            theword1 Posts: 7

            OK Russ,
            come right out and tell all, who it is that you are voting for, for President and then those that question where your opinions come from will better understand them.
            I do believe I know, as a business man, who your choice is, but others may not. [beam]

             
          • flyfish posted at 6:36 pm on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

            flyfish Posts: 203

            $238 billion that is the amount that is given directly to corporate and agriculture welfare in 2010 according to the U.S. Budget office. This figure does not include tax breaks and other loopholes granted to multi millionaires and large corporations which is estimated to be in excess of $500 billion. And you say the Democrats are the party of moochers and deadbeats.

             
          • Roark posted at 4:38 pm on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

            Roark Posts: 246

            What has always been shocking, and rather disturbing, to me is that the Democrats never have a problem with taking our money.-in fact, they don't even like the idea that it IS our money or the idea of giving what is our rightful property back to us. The Democrat Party is the party of moochers, second handers, and tyrants. They use the gov'ts monopoly on force in order to intimidate and control everyone and everything, all in the name of good intentions. As we all know the road to destruction is paved with good intentions. At a certain point man has to ask himself "will I take responsibility for my life or do I want to forfeit my liberty to another"?

             
          • RussCrowder posted at 11:37 am on Wed, Oct 3, 2012.

            RussCrowder Posts: 414

            This election season, and regardless of political party affiliation and the public office being sought, there is only one relevant question to ask each candidate: Who are you voting for, for President? The answer to that question will tell you all you need to know.

             

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