Walton County GOP


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   Roy Roberts
 
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Due to recent events, we are cancelling our December meeting.  Hope you all have a great holiday season and next year will be as good politically as this year. We miss some of our departed friends and pray for their families.  

MERRY CHRISTMAS

 

Roy

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     Georgia Tax Dollar
Where do they go?
In Sunday's 10 a.m. primer on state government, Institute of Government staffers Paul Burks and David Tanner, both veterans state government planners, shared basic facts on the state, state government and a little bit of how the budget process works in a two-hour session.

Here's some of what Burks and Tanner told them:
* The number of state employees is down by nearly one-fifth in six years - about 67,500 today versus 83,000 in 2008.

* Most of Georgia's annual state budget goes to three kinds of expenditures: education (54.1 percent), health, including public health and Medicare (23.1 percent) and safety, such as police courts and prisons (8.4 percent). Georgia pays about 5.4 percent of its annual budget ($20 billion this year) for debt service.

 * Georgia sets a limit of 10 percent of the state budget for debt, but in practice, Georgia leaders have observed a 6 percent limit - low compared to many states. That low debt load is a big reason Georgia has a AAA bond rating, which allows the state to get the lowest possible interest rates when it issues bonds for building projects such as the University of Georgia's $45 million Student Learning Center.

 * Georgia state revenues come mainly from two sources - sales tax (25.2 percent) and individual income tax (45.8 percent). Corporate income tax accounts for about 4.1 percent. One kind of tax, gasoline tax, can only spent in for roads and bridges - and not for purposes such as mass transit.

 * Georgia state revenues come mainly from two sources - sales tax (25.2 percent) and individual income tax (45.8 percent). Corporate income tax accounts for about 4.1 percent. One kind of tax, gasoline tax, can only spent in for roads and bridges - and not for purposes such as mass transit.

 Now you know, over half of ALL MONIES collected here in Georgia goes to education, why then is Georgia still at the bottom of our sister states in all categories?

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REPRESENTING   WALTON   COUNTY

 
                 
   Ga. Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-46)
   404 651 7738
 
   
   Ga. Sen. Burt Jones (R-25) 
   404 656 0082
     
    Ga. Rept. Bruce Williamson(R-111)
    404 656.7859
 

    
    Ga. Rept. Tom Kirby (R-107)
    404 656 0177

     
    U.S.Senator Johnny Isakson 
     
    Washington 202  224-3643 
    Atlanta (770) 661-0999

     
    U.S.Senator Saxby Chambliss, 
    202-224-3521 
    Atlanta, 770-763-9090

   
    U.S. Congressman Paul Broun
   10th District Congressman

These are our collective voices that represent our wishes in Washington D.C.  and our State, make sure  they know how you feel, E-mail or call them today, they need to hear from you
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  Leading from behind? SO! how's that working for you MR. President?

       Walton County  
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          On the second Monday
            7:30 pm each month
      Monroe Community Center
              645 Church Street,
                    Monroe Ga.
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 we now know where they ended up!

Ironic Reason IRS Won’t Reveal Docs Shared with White House Would Be Funny            If It Wasn’t Infuriating

 By Juan Leon | Nation, Politics

 According to Fox News, an IRS watchdog is admitting that “thousands of documents related to requests between the White House and the tax agency for unauthorized tax information exist.”
But the IRS is refusing to disclose which documents are involved. The reason? Privacy. An attorney for the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) wrote a letter to Cause of Action — a non-profit group whose lawsuit precipitated the IRS’ response — explaining their decision to withhold the documents:

“These pages consist of return information protected by 26 U.S.C. § 6103 and may not be disclosed absent an express statutory exception, because no such exception exists here, we are withholding those.”

 The “Most Transparent President ever” is getting slammed on social media for a perceived lack of accountability in his administration. TIGTA’s letter to Cause of Action indicated 2,509 pages of “documents potentially responsive” to the non-profit’s FOIA request. A spokesman for Cause of Action, Dan Epstein, considered the IRS’ refusal to reveal the documents a victory. What about the sheer number of documents? According to Epstein, they’re indicative of “scandal.”

 Whether or not the administration is guilty of wrongdoing when it comes to this latest IRS controversy, it seems that a little transparency could help clear up the doubt. In either direction.

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                 www.fairtax.org
                            OR
              
www.gafairtax.org



    Want to stop the IRS
  here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY


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MERRY CHRISTMAS!


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