Bob Stone Beware of Question 1: It is Not a Tax Reform Issue
A war has been waged under the guise of Question 1 on the November 4th ballot. Make no mistake about it -- powerful forces are at work in an attempt to mislead we voters into making poor choices at the ballot box.
Oct 15, 2003 - 5:33:00 PM
Bob Stone Let's Look at Question 1B
A wee bit ago, we pretty much dismantled Question 1A on the November ballot. A very expensive campaign, featuring a terribly deceiving television ad is attempting to fool Maine’s voters into voting ourselves a multi-billion dollar tax increase. I think Maine’s voters are too sharp to fall for this money grab on the part of Maine’s city and town officials.
Oct 11, 2003 - 7:48:00 PM
Bob Stone Let's Look at Question 1A
Conventional wisdom says that newspaper readers often read only 20 percent of a column. If you take anything away from my column this week, please take the advice in the first sentence. If you vote 1C, you will avoid voting yourself massive tax hikes.
Oct 11, 2003 - 7:35:00 PM
Bob Stone No, It Ain't NAFTA!
In the last 30 years of liberal control of the Maine legislature, Augusta has been crafted into a perfect job-killing machine.
Sep 16, 2003 - 10:11:00 PM
Bob Stone On Choosing Between the Tax Reform Measures
In November, Maine voters will be asked to select from three options relative to so-called “tax reform” measures. The wording of the questions on the ballot does little in the way of informing the voters as to just what they are actually voting for. Let us look at the three options and examine their impacts on Maine.
Sep 11, 2003 - 12:35:00 PM