As April 15 came and passed, we were wondering how you felt about paying your taxes this year. Given all the bailout activity, and new spending matched against municipal and state cuts, we were curious if you were especially disgusted this year about paying your taxes. Or, do you view the recent government spending of taxpayer funds as responsible activity in the face of extraordinary times?
Was your tax money well spent last year or was it wasted?
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