Taxes, Like Laws, Are For the Little People
MANCHESTER, N.H. —U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., currently owes nearly $11,000 in late property tax bills for her Hopkinton home and another home nestled in the White Mountains, WMUR Political Scoop has found.
In fact, property tax records show Kuster has been delinquent on more than $40,000 in property taxes over the last three years. For her primary residence, she’s been delinquent on six different, consecutive assessments. For the most part, Kuster and her husband do eventually pay these bills along with a penalty.
Excuse me whilst I don my shocked face.
That aside, I’m not as concerned about her tax problems as I am about her fantastical belief that having an adjustable length stock on a rifle increases its lethality. Or that putting a barrel shroud around the barrel of said rifle makes it a more dangerous weapon. Or that a madman shooting up a mall with 30 loaded 10-round magazines is a more preferable scenario than one with ten 30-round magazine.
I’m sure, that as the 2014 election approaches, she’ll be holding a lot of open, public town hall forums where the voters in her district will be able to ask her such questions.
What, why are you laughing?