Where is the HELL NO option?

This was originally published on Peach Pundit. As the 2010 midterm elections drew to a close, Cobb County residents were in the midst of another political battle waged over the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) expiring at the end of this year. With what started as a six-year $750 million project list, the Cobb County Commissioners soon found that many fiscally conservative voices in the Georgia Tea Party, the Libertarian Party of Cobb County (of which I am the vice-chair), the Georgia Taxpayers Alliance, and now the local chapter of Americans for Prosperity, as part of a coal...
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