Video: Tax the Government idea by Allen Alley

Here are some great budget budget breakdown from candidate Allen Alley.

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  • Rob DeHarpport

    Allen’s ideas are refreshing. Rather than taxing these bloated programs such as the OLCC why not get rid of them? Or, privatize them.
    Recently former CA State Senator and Mayor/ ultra liberal Willie Brown spoke out about the rising cost of Government employees bankrupting CA. He stated that is 80% responsible for the CA crisis. He stated that if our leaders don’t find the courage to admit where the problem actually is and act to correct the problem very soon, that the Bankruptcy Courts will. Just as they have done in Vallejo, CA.
    Oregon will soon be there, many of us have been warning that it is coming. I think it’s time to send alot of our State leadership home this fall.
    Allen is right on when he says the Oregon taxpayers are not a bottomless ATM machine.

  • Anonymous

    After falling asleep three times while watching this riveting video, I realized that Allen has nothing of substance to say once again. Despite the motivational music, this video and Allen’s ideas suck!

  • Anonymous

    This video series is a lot like another Oregon Governor Candidate…. Chris Dudley. C’mon Allen do something a little bit more creative then copying your primary opponent’s strategies. One thing is for sure, Allen won’t copy Dudley’s financial reports – Dudley will blow him out of the water in fundraising.

  • Just Plain Mad

    When is this dweeb Alley going to simply vanish from pubic view? Noone will hire this guy due to his chronic mis-management of Pixelworks. Get lost Alley and allow the Republican Party to put forward some fresh ideas.

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