what fallacy is this
posted by Anonymous on .
The counties of Michigan clearly need the
ability to raise additional sources of revenue, not only to meet the
demands of growth but also to maintain existing levels of service. For
without these sources those demands will not be met, and it will be impossible
to maintain services even at present levels.”
In California, where I live, it is not a fallacy. It is a fact. Services are NOT being maintained at previous levels.
As the economy improves, it should be less nessary to look for new sources of revenue, if spending can be adequately controlled.
Michigan, where I live, has the same problems as California and other states. There is no fallacy in this statement.