Letter: Too taxed to do much of anything

Editor:

“Hey, dad, can we go to the Blazer’ game tonight?”

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“Sorry, son, but our taxes are going up 3.4 per cent.”

“Hey, dad, let’s put up the Christmas tree this weekend.”

“Sorry, son but electricity rates are rising and our taxes are going up 3.4 per cent.”

“Hey, dad, we are out of toilet paper.”

“Sorry son, we are not buying it any longer. Our sewer rates are increasing and our taxes are going up 3.4 per cent. Son, run out to the woods and fetch us some pine cones will ya?”

Steve Joyce
Kamloops

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