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Wow, the folks at the Sun are really perceptive:

Marylanders will feel a pinch in their pocketbooks every time they shop for clothes, buy a pack of cigarettes or get their computers fixed under the tax plan signed Monday by Gov. Martin O’Malley.

When the Democratic governor first unveiled his budget-balancing plan, he said 83 percent of residents would pay less taxes. But after the General Assembly made several changes and dropped a proposed property tax break, only about 45 percent would pay less or see no change, O’Malley said Monday.

And….how many of us again said that a majority of taxpayers would feel the burn on this?

Maybe this is the first step of the Sun’s twelve-step program to join the reality based community…


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