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On July 2, 2015 Libertarian anti-tax advocate Tim Eyman snuck quietly into the Washington Secretary of State's Election Office and filed petitions for Initiative 1366 that he claimed had some 334,000 signatures collected by paid signature gatherers. If validated I-1366 will be on the Nov 2015 ballot. Eyman's Initiative 1366 is a Senator Ted Cruz Style Extortion Measure to prevent any new revenue being adopted by the Washington State Legislature. It would cut $1 billion a year from the Washington State Budget unless Legislator's do Eyman's bidding. Eyman's I-1366 wants Legislators to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot to allow a super minority of only 12 % of our elected State Legislators ( 17 Senators out of 147 Legislators) to have the power to prevent any new revenue being raised for any reason. It would also allow those same 12% of elected State Legislators to prevent any tax reform, even if revenue neutral if it raised revenue from a new source, like a capital gains tax, a pollution tax on carbon or closed any tax loopholes. Signature gatherers were paid with funds collected by Eyman from a few wealthy taxpayers that like their current low taxes while the rest of our state taxpayers pay a much higher proportion of their income in taxes. Tim Eyman's latest initiative I-1366 is a quagmire of problems for Washington State. Tagged12% legislators could overrule majority, Initiative 1366, Majority Rules, No on 1366, no1366, Tim Eyman Washington State Democrats Oppose Eyman's Initiative 1366 The Washington State Democrats at their April 18, 2015 quarterly meeting in Pasco, Washington passed a resolution opposing Tim Eyman's Initiative 1366. Eyman is ironically unable to convince legislators to do what he wants them to do and so is resorting to extortion tactics. He could just as easy have said Legislators would not be paid unless they vote for a constitutional amendment, or they would lose their driver's license or they would be sent to jail until they vote for what he wants. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washington State Democrats urge all Washingtonians to refuse to sign Tim Eyman's Initiative 1366 and, if it is placed on the ballot, to oppose the measure; Tagged2/3 votes, amending Washington State Constitution, I-1366, Initiative 1366, Tim Eyman, Washington State Legislature Eyman's 2015 I-1366 is a Repeat of Eyman's 2014 I-1325 Posted onMarch 27th, 2015|Comments Off on Eyman's 2015 I-1366 is a Repeat of Eyman's 2014 I-1325 Initiative 1366, sponsored by Tim Eyman, is a citizen's initiative for the Nov 2015 Election. It is a refiling of Initiative 1325 from 2014 which Eyman failed to get enough signatures on to qualify. Here are a couple of comments from last year about this proposal. Spokesman Review - Jan. 10, 2014 Editorial - "Eyman's Tax Initiative Looking for a Problem" Tim Eyman has a new idea, his worst ever, and that's saying something. Eyman calls the incentive "oomph. Blackmail is more like it. ... This is not about protecting taxpayers. I-1325 is about keeping Eyman in business. Crosscut, Feb 6, 2014 - "A 2/3 vote for tax bumps? Tim Eyman will rise again" - article on a vote by the Legislature for a constitutional amendment for a 2/3 vote for revenue to be placed on the ballot. Comments Off on Eyman's 2015 I-1366 is a Repeat of Eyman's 2014 I-1325 Posted inDemocrats, Elections, Initiatives, Republicans, Tax Exemptions, Washington State Legislature Tagged2/3 vote for taxes, I-1325, I-1366, Initiative 1325, Initiative 1366, Libetarian Anti Tax Anti Government, Tim Eyman, Washington State Legislature Initiative 1366is another Washington State initiative attempt by libertarian Tim Eyman to help the wealthy and corporate America avoid taxes and tax reform. Eyman's proposed amendment would require a 2/3 vote by the Legislature to raise taxes or eliminate tax exemptions. Eyman is not able to secure anywhere near the required 2/3 vote required by the Washington State Legislature to normally put a constitutional amendment on the ballot. So he is attempting this extortion tactic which requires only a majority vote of the public to reduce the sales tax by a billion dollars unless the Legislature takes a 2/3 vote and puts his "corporate tax loophole preservation amendment" on the ballot. Something just stinks about this sort of extortion style tactics to get what you want rather than following the normal political process. Eyman of course is trying to sell this to low and middle income voters as a way to keep their taxes low. Eyman uses the fear of tax increases by the legislature on those hurting the most by the regressive tax structure of our state. This fear recently saw another defeat of an income tax initiative - I-1098 which would have shifted more taxes to the wealthy and reduced the regressiveness of our state's tax structure. Voters need to understand that 2/3 vote requirements like Eyman is proposing help the wealthy and corporations the most. They allow a minority of 1/3 of the Legislators in either Legislative house who are anti - government anti- tax to overrule a majority of Legislators that want both to enact a fairer tax system and also fund public services like educating our children and helping the needy. Eyman is motivated by an anti-tax anti-government libertarian agenda that puts wealth accumulation and concentration in the hands of a few. Tagged2/3 vote for taxes, 2/3 vote unconstuitutional, constitutional amendment, Initiative 1366, Initiative 601, Tim Eyman, Washington State Legislature Unfortunately the Tacoma News also gives a plug for libertarian anti tax Tim Eyman who for years pushed the unconstitutional 2/3 voting requirement in initiative campaigns. He is now pushing a "Ted Cruz style shut down the government stop educating our kids until I get my way" initiative. While he likes the 2/3 voting proposal when it suits his purpose, he hates it when it is an obstacle to get his way. The Washington State Supreme Court said the only way a 2/3 rule could apply was if it was in the Washington State Constitution. But that's the kicker - it takes a 2/3 vote of the legislature to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot. Eyman doesn't have anywhere near what he needs for 2/3 since Republicans are his main base of support. Don't support Eyman's latest corporate benefiting initiative that would further damage education in our state. TaggedInitiative 1366.Senate Republican Rule requiring 2/3 votes to raise revenue., No on I-1366, Tim Eyman, Washington State Legislature Why Eyman's 1/3 Constitutional Vote Proposal is Bad for Washington Taxpayers Posted onJanuary 26th, 2014|Comments Off on Why Eyman's 1/3 Constitutional Vote Proposal is Bad for Washington Taxpayers `Tim Eyman is trying to convince voters that Washington State needs a constitutional amendment to allow 1/3 of the Legislators to decide issues regarding raising revenues in Washington state. He has filed Initiative 1325 to try to force the legislature to place a constitutional amendment on the ballot by a coercive tactic of proposing to cut the state component of the state sales tax by 15% if they don't. Eyman calls it a 2/3 vote measure but the reality is that it allows 1/3 of the Legislators to make budget decisions on raising revenue rather than a majority. Eyman's attempt to enact his 1/3 constitutional amendment is a repeat of the recent Republican extortionist proposal regarding raising the debt limit in Congress by shutting down government. The 15% cut under Eyman's measure if the Legislature doesn't play by his rules would occur by reducing the current 6.5% state sales tax to 5.5%. This would equal over a billion dollars a year. Of course to Eyman the one billion dollars has no significance, it is merely a tool to try to use as extortion to promote his libertarian view that taxes and government can do no good and the more we cut them the better. Continue reading → Comments Off on Why Eyman's 1/3 Constitutional Vote Proposal is Bad for Washington Taxpayers Posted inEconomy, Elections, Initiatives, Tax Exemptions, Washington State Legislature Tagged1/3 voting amendment, 2/3 Constitutional Amendment, Initiative 1325, Libetarian Anti Tax Anti Government, Tim Eyman Eyman would repeatedly say government was wasting money and pushed initiatives to gut government funding by opposing taxes of any kind. TaggedSenator Adam Kline, Tim Eyman, Washington State Legislature Vote "Maintain" on Five Eyman "Tax Advisory Votes" Posted onOctober 18th, 2013|Comments Off on Vote "Maintain" on Five Eyman "Tax Advisory Votes" The Washington St


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Tim Eyman, executive director of Voters Want More Choices, presents the Legislator of the Year award to Sen. Pam Roach in front of the capitol. - Courtesy photo
Tim Eyman, executive director of Voters Want More Choices, presents the Legislator of the Year award to Sen. In a statement to supporters, the group's executive director, Tim Eyman, pointed to Roach's leadership of the committee as a key reason for her selection. "She's been such a strong advocate for the initiative process that this year not a single anti-initiative bill was even introduced," said Eyman. Eyman cited her work to enshrine the popular initiative in the constitution as evidence of her strong advocacy for voters and taxpayers. "For us, the highlight of the 2016 legislative session was watching Senator Roach's relentless effort to convince her fellow lawmakers to respect the voters' approval of Initiative 1366 and refer a 2/3-for-taxes constitutional amendment to the ballot," Eyman said.


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Periodically it seems one of the taunts made to Tim Eyman has been to urge him to run for office and then see how he would deal with the reality of his tax cuts and the public demand for services.
Fagan is a co-director with Tim Eyman of Voters Want More Choices which has run a number of anti-government, anti tax initiatives, including this year's decisively defeated Initiative 1033, which proposed to freeze both state and local public services. Dunmire contributed $300,000 to the I-1033 campaign and has been a long time contributor to Eyman and Fagan's initiative campaigns. Tagged with: Amber Waldref • Association of Washington Realtors • initiative 1033 • Mike Fagan • No on I-1033 • Spokane City Council • Tim Eyman Eyman is dishonest about the actual impacts of I-1033 on this state and cities and counties. Eyman is in essence proposing repealing existing taxes; he is not allowing government to function as a representative democracy but wants to impose budgeting by referendum. But Eyman is saying anything above this year's recession level of public spending is increasing taxes. This is false. There is an increase in tax revenue but it is not raising your tax rate. Eyman is pandering to people's fears and misrepresenting our actual tax collection process. He then says that by allowing for a slight adjustment for inflation and population he is allowing government to grow. Tagged with: I-1033 • Initaitive 1033 • initiative • No 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • Tim Eyman • Washington Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 will be bad for Washington State. Tagged with: Lynn Allen • No on I-1033 • Rebuilding Democracy • Tim Eyman Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 points out the difficulty of trying to write complex legislation and budget by initiative. Tax and budget issues are not simple and most people do not understand our tax and revenue system Eyman proposes to freeze government services at this year's level and transfer any revenue received over that limit to reduce property taxes. Taxes come in from multiple sources but Eyman does not propose people get rebates for what they have paid in taxes. Eyman opposes that. Eyman's scheme just transfers more money to people with lots of property. For example Kemper Freeman who owns Bellevue Square gave Eyman $25,000 to get I-1033 on the ballot. Vote No on I-1033 and keep Tim Eyman's hands out of your pockets. Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • Tim Eyman • Wealth Transfer Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 claims to be helping "struggling working families and fixed income senior citizens" pay their property taxes. To the constitutional issue, Tim as usual is only telling you part of the story. The Legislature has the power to provide special property tax exemptions and has done so for low income seniors and disabled people. http://dor.wa.gov/Docs/Pubs/Prop_Tax/SeniorExempt.pdf If Tim was concerned about seniors staying in their homes he would increase the Property Tax Exemption for seniors and the disabled and extend it to all taxpayers. Tim Eyman has said repeatedly that Homestead Exemptions and circuit breaker legislation are unconstitutional. That doesn't make it so. It might be true if he wrote the legislation like the many initiatives of his that have been overturned by the Washington State Supreme Court. Realize Tim is not looking for solutions to just help those most in need with their property taxes, he is trying to get voters to freeze state spending and spending by all 281 cities and 39 counties in the state and is using his property tax reduction scheme to get you to also swallow his freeze on public services by freezing spending at the current recession level. He is also not looking to help those less well off as he has opposed expanding the Homestead Exemption in Olympia. Eyman's property tax rebate scheme is the fatal flaw in I-1033 that should help defeat Initiative 1033. Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • senior tax exemption • Tim Eyman • Washington State Initiative 1033s Fatal Flaw BySteve ZemkeOnSeptember 30th, 2009 · Leave a Comment Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 does not give "refunds to taxpayers". It's not as simple or straight forward as Eyman wants you to believe. http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/text/i1033.pdf Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • Sales Tax • Tim Eyman No 1033 • No on I-1033 • Tim Eyman It is not as simple a measure as Tim Eyman wants you to believe it is. You see Tim doesn't trust us to elect our own representatives to run our cities and our counties. He obviously doesn't think voters like you have made the right choices in electing our current public officials. And he doesn't trust you to vote "right" in the future. So he proposes to change the rules for everyone. His cynicism of the way we currently do things is because he thinks everyone should believe as he does that our locally elected officials are not capable of making the right decisions. The right decision of course is that the best government is the smallest one and the one that taxes the least. One size fits all he says. I do not see any crisis that demands such a radical change as Eyman proposes. There are additional problems with this wealth distribution scheme that Eyman proposes. The amount of rebate that you get is not proportional to the sales taxes or other fees you pay but to the amount of property you own. So the more property you own the larger your rebate. But wait, did Tim also tell you that first some 40% of the rebate must go to pay commercial property taxes. Businesses already have a tax exemption on paying sales taxes on things they buy for resale. But they'll still benefit under I-1033. That's because Tim says that when more revenue comes in as the economy improves the one and only thing it should be used for is to pay property taxes unless voters vote for something else. The voting process is intended to a another hurdle to make it more difficult for communities to provide public services. Eyman says that that helping businesses and wealthy property owners pay their property taxes is more important than restoring any public services and jobs cut as a result of the current recession, or providing more money for schools or repairing roads or keeping parks and libraries open or hiring new police or fireman or investing in new infrastructure or helping seniors stay in their homes or paying for health care for seniors or children. Also keep in mind when you consider Initiative 1033 that Tim is misrepresenting our state and local tax burden to to make you think we are severely overtaxed. He says in the voters pamphlet that we are the 8th highest taxed state in the country. What he doesn't tell you is that this number includes your Federal taxes which I-1033 doesn't change. The final decision on I-1033 ironically is that of the same voters that Eyman doesn't trust to elect the "right" public officials. Do not take your vote lightly because Initiative 1033 would impose significant long term drastic changes in Washington State for years to come. Here are a few questions you should answer before you vote on Initiative 1033: 1. Do you agree with Tim that your property taxes are so "obscene and unsustainable" that you're ready to jettison our current system of local and state representative democracy and institute budgeting by repeated referendums? Tagged with: Association of Washington Realtors Initiative 1033 • initiative • No 1033 • No on 1033 • No on I-1033 • Tim Eyman As reported by the Kitsap Sun today, The Washington Association of Realtors came out today in opposition to Tim Eyman's Budget Freeze Initiative 1033. Tagged with: Association of Washington Realtors Initiative 1033 • No 1033 • No on I-1033 • Tim Eyman What's Wrong With Eyman's Initiative 1033? BySteve ZemkeOnSeptember 11th, 2009 · 2 Comments What's wrong with Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 which is on this November's Washington State ballot? Plenty. It a complex measure that proposes radical changes in our form of representative government and in our state's tax policies. We are in a recession and Tim Eyman is proposing that state and local government should permanently freeze state and local spending at this year's level. Eyman is in some imaginary world where all that seems to matter is keeping


initiative 1033 | Majority Rules

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First off the Legislature will have to repeal Tim Eyman's I-960 which requires the Legislature to pass by a 2/3 vote any tax or revenue increase or put it to a vote of the people. . Under I-960 Eyman also required that the repeal of any existing tax exemption also required a 2/3 vote of the Legislature or a vote of the people.
Periodically it seems one of the taunts made to Tim Eyman has been to urge him to run for office and then see how he would deal with the reality of his tax cuts and the public demand for services. Fagan is a co-director with Tim Eyman of Voters Want More Choices which has run a number of anti-government, anti tax initiatives, including this year's decisively defeated Initiative 1033, which proposed to freeze both state and local public services. Dunmire contributed $300,000 to the I-1033 campaign and has been a long time contributor to Eyman and Fagan's initiative campaigns. Tagged with: Amber Waldref • Association of Washington Realtors • initiative 1033 • Mike Fagan • No on I-1033 • Spokane City Council • Tim Eyman We've written quite a few posts against Tim Eyman's budget freeze Initiative 1033 over the last several months. Tim Eyman Thinks Voters are Dumb Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 Overtaxed Hoax Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 Grassroots Joke Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on 1033 • Tim Eyman Initiative 1033 Transfers Tax Burden onto Lower Income Taxpayers BySteve ZemkeOnOctober 25th, 2009 · Leave a Comment Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 points out the difficulty of trying to write complex legislation and budget by initiative. Tax and budget issues are not simple and most people do not understand our tax and revenue system Eyman proposes to freeze government services at this year's level and transfer any revenue received over that limit to reduce property taxes. Taxes come in from multiple sources but Eyman does not propose people get rebates for what they have paid in taxes. Eyman opposes that. Eyman's scheme just transfers more money to people with lots of property. For example Kemper Freeman who owns Bellevue Square gave Eyman $25,000 to get I-1033 on the ballot. Vote No on I-1033 and keep Tim Eyman's hands out of your pockets. Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • Tim Eyman • Wealth Transfer Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 claims to be helping "struggling working families and fixed income senior citizens" pay their property taxes. To the constitutional issue, Tim as usual is only telling you part of the story. The Legislature has the power to provide special property tax exemptions and has done so for low income seniors and disabled people. http://dor.wa.gov/Docs/Pubs/Prop_Tax/SeniorExempt.pdf If Tim was concerned about seniors staying in their homes he would increase the Property Tax Exemption for seniors and the disabled and extend it to all taxpayers. Tim Eyman has said repeatedly that Homestead Exemptions and circuit breaker legislation are unconstitutional. That doesn't make it so. It might be true if he wrote the legislation like the many initiatives of his that have been overturned by the Washington State Supreme Court. Realize Tim is not looking for solutions to just help those most in need with their property taxes, he is trying to get voters to freeze state spending and spending by all 281 cities and 39 counties in the state and is using his property tax reduction scheme to get you to also swallow his freeze on public services by freezing spending at the current recession level. He is also not looking to help those less well off as he has opposed expanding the Homestead Exemption in Olympia. Eyman's property tax rebate scheme is the fatal flaw in I-1033 that should help defeat Initiative 1033. Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • senior tax exemption • Tim Eyman • Washington State Are You Ready to Play a Game of TimCity 2009? BySteve ZemkeOnOctober 16th, 2009 · Leave a Comment Tim Eyman has devised a new real life version of a popular game which he is calling TimCity 2009. Its rules are rather bizarre, but you had better read them now and decide if you like them, because Tim's Rules will become binding unless you vote NO on Initiative 1033. Here are the Rules to Play as proposed by TimCity creator Tim Eyman. Eyman also is proposing these same rules for almost identical versions of this game to be called TimCounty 2009 (39 counties to choose from) and TimState 2009 (Washington is the only state that can be played). Tim gets any future tax revenue above this year's recession based baseline. He proposes to use it to eventually cancel out the property tax, the only major tax on wealth that our state, counties, and cities collect. Sales tax will continue to be collected at current levels but only property owners will get any of the money that Tim's Rules prevent from being invested in services. You can try to take some of this money away from Eyman but you must hold a referendum. Only some 65% of households in the state are owner occupied, so realize that when you hold a referendum Eyman will claim you are trying to raise their taxes by taking away their special property tax cut he gave them. You will also have to pay for the referendum out of your existing city funds, so you'll have to cut something somewhere to pay the election costs. Eyman has the ability to oppose any referendum you propose. Their added taxes must go into Eyman's fund to cancel out property taxes. Hopefully the maker of a similar sounding game which is make believe, unlike TimCity 2009 which is proposed for real by TimCity Creator Tim Eyman in Initiative 1033, will not be angry for Tim's name being Tim and rhyming with their name. Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 is recycled, discredited trickle down economics mumble jumbo. He is pushing an economic theory that has no legs. I-1033 both proposes to cut state and local spending by freezing budgets and doing a complex tax redistribution scheme to use sales tax dollars and fees collected from everyone to help wealthy property owners reduce their property taxes. The threat to the state and cities and counties is severe. Eyman unfortunately is using people's fear of the recession and job loss to demagogue the public into believing that government is at fault for all their ills. Eyman proposes to do this in several ways. Eyman says this is more important than paying for educating our children or providing health care for seniors and children, paying for additional police and firemen, cleaning up pollution, keeping Puget Sound healthy, keeping parks and libraries open, fixing our roads and bridges, more transit in urban areas, sidewalks and all the rest. Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on 1033 • Tim Eyman • trickle down economics I think Damon Agnos over at the Daily Weekly hits Eyman's lame joke just right in his commentary entitled "Tim Eyman thinks he's funny": "A real privilege of having a job at a paper is receiving Tim Eyman's regular, rambling electronic missives, wherein he asserts that he's just standing up for the little guy. Initiative 1033 is a wealth transfer scheme, taking sales taxes and other fees paid by everyone and only using them to pay property taxes for wealthy property owners when the economy improves and more revenue comes in above this year's recession baseline used by Eyman in I-1033. Last year sales taxes accounted for 57% of state revenue. We have the highest sales tax in the country. Eyman says the one and only priority of state and local government should be to use any revenue coming in above the baseline to help people who own property pay their property taxes. Also Eyman isn't going to tell the public that in addition some 40% of the rebate has to go to commercial property owners. Tagged with: I-1033 • initiative • initiative 1033 • No 1033 • No on 1033 • Property Taxes • Tim Eyman Initiative 1033s Fatal Flaw BySteve ZemkeOnSeptember 30th, 2009 · Leave a Comment Tim Eyman's Initiative 1033 does not give "refunds to taxpayers". It's not as simple or straight forward as Eyman wants you to believe. http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/text/i1033.pdf Tagged with: initiative 1033 • No on 1033 • No on I-1033 • Property Taxes • Sales Tax • Tim Eyman "Hospitals and the patients they serve cannot afford Tim Eyman's initiative." Tagged with: I-1033


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