Rex Sinquefield and his buddies at Let's Try to Trick Voters into Deciding to Destroy Missouri aka Let Voters Decide have been blasting out misleading releases about what their idea to eliminate the Missouri income tax and replace it with a regressive sales tax would do to the Missouri budget and economy.
But now, not only are they misleading the Missouri public about what they really want to do, they're refusing to reveal which petition they are circulating:
Spokesman Travis Brown confirmed weeks ago that Let Voters Decide had begun collecting signatures. Although he declined to say which version was being circulated, critics have contended that Let Voters Decide is collecting signatures on version 13.
Earlier this year, Rex's buddies filed 13 - THIRTEEN - versions of the Everything Tax. A few months later they pulled nine of those versions, but they still, to this day, refuse to let concerned citizens and voters know which version they're circulating.
This voter has already decided they're going to decline to sign the petition if they're ever confronted with it, and will vote NO if it ever makes it to the ballot. No matter what, the Everything Tax is bad for Missouri, but how can voters make an informed decision if the campaign refuses to inform them? What, exactly, do Rex and his cronies have to hide?