Remember the other day when I wrote about how Roger Niello cost me $170 roughly on the purchase of my new car?
I went back to my 2009 tax return. I don’t have children yet – but I figured out that my state income taxes would have been $496 lower had Roger Niello not voted for the largest tax increase in California History.
It adds up! Go buy something for $200 at Wal Mart? Niello cost you $2.
Eat $20 worth of chicken at Chick-Fil-A – Niello cost you $.20.
Every time you buy gas – you pay sales tax. That means Roger Niello costs you $.35-$.50 every time you get gas based on the size of your gas tank.
That’s how his votes add up to $12 Billion ripped out of the economy and funneled in to social welfare programs.
All we have on Niello is that he raised taxes – time and again.
Quoting Arnold Squishenegger: When they wake up in the morning, they’re taxed, when they eat breakfast they’re taxed, when they go to the bathroom, they’re taxed. Arnold+Niello = Pain.