How funny that The Seattle Times would have the nice writeup on the Opinion page about former Gov. and U.S. Sen Dan Evans [“Dan Evans and the efficacy of bipartisanship,” Opinion, Jan. 13] on the same day that there is an article about the response to Gov. Jay Inslee’s State of the State…More
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What has happened to our heart?
It is my hope that every legislator, on the state and national levels, will read “Are we a nation of takers?” by Nicholas Kristof [Opinion, March 29].
Congress wouldn’t need to worry about balancing the budget if all the corporate subsidies for private planes, yachts, hedge funds, etc., were eliminated. Congress, where “the majority of members are millionaires,” only talks about cutting food stamps while ignoring the billions of tax subsidies for corporate meals and entertainment. This happens when, according to a Gallup poll, that almost one-fifth of American families struggle to buy enough food to avoid hunger.
What has happened to the “heart” of our great country?
Anne Corley, Mercer Island
Wealthy need to buy things to grow economy
I am astounded by Nicholas Kristof’s incomplete reporting in his Sunday column.
There was a reason for the tax breaks for those who can afford to purchaseMore