With all this talk about Kim Simac’s taxes, we have to ask “Who pays Jim Holperin’s taxes?” Oh yeah, we do: the Wisconsin taxpayers. So, Jim has no problem paying taxes, and if he needs more money he just votes himself a raise. We pick up the bill.
Don’t worry, Jim. If times get difficult, you can always run to Illinois.
Months after the unions’ campaign of vandalizing our state and threatening our leaders, the unions have returned with a sleazy ad campaign about Kim Simac. They are alleging that Kim chose not to pay her taxes, and they have spent heavily on dishonest ads. The truth is that Kim’s business had some down years, and she did not owe any taxes for those years.
“My business has struggled in years, especially with a down economy and a hurting tourism industry. There have been years when my net income has fallen into a tax bracket that has no yearend tax liability.”
Kim Simac led the recall effort against the union-backed, democrat State Senator Jim Holperin when he fled the state to prevent a vote on the budget. After the successful recall, Kim won her primary race and is now engaged in a race to unseat the Jim Holperin. Kim is a strong candidate and is well-positioned to become the next 12th District Senator. Help Kim Simac restore fiscal discipline to Wisconsin and loosen the unions’ grip on our government.
The State Senate recall elections in Wisconsin are heating up. The race for the seat held by Jim Holperin is the most likely pickup for the GOP in the recall elections. The republican challenger, Kim Simac, is a Tea Party candidate who lead the the recall effort to remove Holperin when he, along with the other democrat senators, fled the state and went to Illinois.
In this ad, Kim Simac expresses her outrage at the lies that democrats are spreading about her not paying her taxes. This isn’t too surprising. The union-backed democrats have no support in Wisconsin and democrat candidates have shunned the union label like the plague. On the other hand, republican governor Scott Walker’s policies have been extremely successful in repairing the economy in Wisconsin. The only hope the democrats and unions have is to attack their opponents.
Mitch McConnell explains the real reason why Obama has rejected the recent bipartisan bill to raise the debt ceiling. According to McConnell, Obama demanded that “the only bottom line I have is that we have to extend this debt ceiling through the next election, into 2013.”