Even a 100 percent tax on millionaires would only fund four months of government operations, failing to seriously address budget deficits and debt.
Says Democratic state Sen. Jim Holperin "voted against a property tax freeze" in 2009 and then voted for a "$1.5 billion property tax hike."
"The federal government is spending 25 percent of our entire economy versus 100 years ago we spent only 2 percent."
Says Democratic recall opponent Shelly Moore "opposes any limit on taxes."
The 2011-13 state budget "cuts overall funding for public schools by $1.6 billion"
Says Gov. Scott Walker’s budget "includes tax breaks for corporations and the rich that will cost the state of Wisconsin taxpayers $2.3 billion over the next decade."
"Two-thirds of Wisconsin corporations don't pay state income taxes."
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