- n. Plural form of taxpayer.
“The mayor has yet to show his hand on the kind of money-saving measure he prefers from the long list of ideas being floated in KPMG study that has trickled out one department at a time over the past two weeks, but Thursday morning as the eighth and final instalment of that work was release, he indicated he will be guided by what he characterizes as taxpayers' priorities.”
“Prices are rising faster than the rest of the country, and taxpayers from the other 49 states are helping subsidize things.”
“I recognize that the percentage of NPR's funds coming from the taxpayers is but 1% or 2%, or between $1.5 million and $3 million.”
“The talk about this tax applying to the top 1% of taxpayers is a false front.”
“Your latest ludicrous response to this problem is to assert that somehow, in some way you cannot explain, through some other project or set of projects you cannot identify, the wealth will be redistributed back to the taxpayers from the HSR riders so that it all ultimately evens out and there is no net loss to to the taxpayers.”
“I think the likely effect on taxpayers is that a receipt will change nothing, but I hope I'm wrong on this, and the libertarians are right.”
“Simon's interpretation of data relative to whether immigrants are net taxpayers is highly misleading, outdated and intellectually dishonest.”
“The number of taxpayers is much smaller than the population.”
“Bushes personal war cost the USA hundreds of BILLIONS in taxpayers money, over 5000 American troops lives, 100,000 innocent Iraqies and our dignity in the world. changing my screen name to see if it helps getting my comments posted”
“No. Although it would be an interesting question to see if people from former communist countries pay taxes as straight up as taxpayers from the English system did.”
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