6 Responses to WFMJ: Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor Visits Youngstown – Promotes Tax Cuts for Ohioans & Small Biz

  1. Charles Coogan March 16, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

    Mary,

    Thanks for what you and John are doing to promote business in Ohio. We are a small business that specializes in reducing the cost of our clients’ products and the cost of owning those products. We have been working with the Education Facilities Commission of Ohio to identify ways to reduce the cost of constructing and operating school facilities.
    We believe that reducing cost is a key ingredient to increasing business and creating jobs in Ohio. I would be pleased to have you visit our small business to hear about what we are doing to reduce cost for our Government and industry clients.

  2. Roscoe Bonifitucci March 16, 2013 at 6:00 pm #

    Obama and his Cadre of Marxist advisers fail to grasp that high taxes are designed to punish Risk but permit Little Reward for the risk takers. Obama is spending the Nation’s Hope, Wealth and Future on plans and strategies designed to reward “Correct Thought” as defined by Liberals, Progressives and Marxists. He also practices Crony Capitalism giving large sums of $$$ to his supporters and is buying votes with Low-Information/No-Information Voters while at the same time ginning up Race, Class, Income and Ideological division.

    In the meantime, the tax-payers continue to fund and support many who would not work even if they had jobs…the Looter Class. Thank God for Conservatives who believe in America and give more than Lip Service to the Constitution. Well Done Governor. Kudos Lt. Governor!

  3. Girish Chandra March 17, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    Keep up the GOOD WORk

  4. Stan Koehlinger March 18, 2013 at 8:58 am #

    I am opposed to the Governor’s proposal to apply sales tax on professional services – Architectural and Engineering. I am a structural engineer and I have much more important things to worry about than having to keep track of who gets taxed and how much. I am paying enough taxes already with my license, CAT, privelege to do business in Ohio, unemployment, workers comp., Social Security, etc. Please don’t add another one. I will need to hire another person to take care of this tax. I can’t afford to do it.

  5. Erma Johnson March 18, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    While you presentation sounds good however, I am not very hopeful in politicians. The consistant thing that I can verify is that your talk is good and your progress is poor. Yes I have a small and business and would very much like to see a reduction taxes, I refuse to operate with this hope. Today, my faith and trust lies in GOD who always act in my best interest. I cannot say that about politicians. You appear to act on behalf of yourselves, your career, family, your friend, your businesses. Yes, you go through the process however, your promise to do more is yet to be seen. Nevertheless, I will continue to prey for each of you. May God guide your thoughts and planning.

  6. Barbara Eakins March 19, 2013 at 10:08 am #

    Charging sales tax for services that are not currently taxed will reduce demand for those services, and place a greater burden on those with lower incomes. Taxing veterinary services will discourage people from taking their animals to the vets, and be a big added expense for farmers who keep livestock – which will increase food prices.

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