MIB is right.
"Assuming the city still agrees to spend $10M in 10 years, how about if we create a poor peoples' dental insurance and hand out tooth brushes and FLUORIDE toothpaste at the dollar store. "
This was the argument on the No side that I found the most naive. You know how far $10 million over 10 years goes in health care, even dental health? Nothing. It's not even a fucking blip. That's the whole point of fluoride: it's incredibly cost effective.
This story is truly horrific. You know that movie "The Purge"? That's basically Josephine County, without the 12 hour limit on lawlessness.
BTW, small thing, but you should probably link to the source of the article, which is the report from OPB.
"But pay anyway, because it's the law."
We'll see about that
So if you went to the show, that counts as paying the Arts Tax, yes?
You can tell neither has ever wielded a crow bar in real life. You're never going to brain someone holding the middle of the bar.
And if you couldn't find the humor in Anchorman, you're living your life far too seriously.
Trying to be "true to the voters" by making change after change to an incredibly poorly written tax seems contradictory.
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