Saturday, May 14, 2011

Why should the people NOT going to the Leavitt/Bomar baseball scam pay for it?

As is typical for Tim "The Liar" Leavitt, scurrying around like a rat, behind closed doors in secret, without public input or permission, we come to find out that not only does he want everyone ELSE to pay for his and Mike Bomar's baseball Utopia, he wants us to pay 95% of it.

That's right: WE, the NON-Baseball game attendees will be expected to provide 95% of the yearly tax revenue to pay for this set of brass balls on a monkey.

Do the math.

a 38 game season; 3500 spectators per game, each paying 5% as a ticket tax.

How much does that equal?

Well, 38 X 3500 = 133,000

Average ticket price at $10? The revenue raised from baseball directly?


Per year.

The slimbag shilling this, who, of course, doesn't live here, indicates that $1,000,000 a year will come in from the tax increase the commissioners would have to shove down our throats.

Guess what, fellow Clark Countian?  That means WE, YOU and I, have to come up with $950,000 tax dollars per year.

This is a crock.  This isn't "opportunity."  This is theft.

We already know what a scumbag Leavitt is.  Anything he wants has to be automatically suspect.

The idea that the movie-going public gets screwed so a few people can engage in their baseball fetish is sickening.

Just thought you'd want to know.

1 comment:

  1. I'd love to get in a room with these jokers. I want to hear them explain this BS with a straight face. This is a perfect example of why people distrust Government. (And I support Government.)