LETTER: No beef in business bill

Dear (Rep. Bob) Latta: You sent a copy of a bill you were submitting several months ago. I just read it again and am
Sandusky Register Staff
May 13, 2010

Dear (Rep. Bob) Latta:

You sent a copy of a bill you were submitting several months ago. I just read it again and am still trying to see how it helps us in the smalll-business trucking. Don't you get it? A business has to make money before there are taxes to pay on any income. There has to be an estate to leave behind before out children need to worry about estate taxes. All your nicey-nice talk about small business owners is just that -- talk. It's just lip service! What you propose is just "fluff" that probably wouldn't upset Obama or any other Democrat. You are following in the footsteps of your predecessor and just submitting bills that are easily passed. They don't ruffle any feathers so they get passed and make you look good -- to enough voters. That is not good enough for us!

There is no meat in that bill. Mr. Latta, where's the beef?

Virginia Sanderson

Clyde