“Property-tax hike will help bail out Philly schools”

Posted: June 17, 2011 in Bidness, Hou$ing/Real E$tate, Politricks, Skool Districk

If the tax base is made up of homeowners, and the homeowners find the taxes too onerous, and they can’t send their kids to the local schools then they very likely will leave the city.  So then if less property is available to be taxed, what happens to school funding?  I don’t think we really need to worry because those fiscal conservatives at the helm of the SDP always seem to act responsibly!

Well, at least those hard-working Teamsters will still be able to afford their homes in New Jersey…ooops, I mean in Philadelphia, now that their livelihood of  delivering obesity-friendly beverages to the locals has been saved.

It may be a long hot summer, so drink up!

These would have gone down easier than the property tax hike...

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