Speaking in Ripon on April 4, Republican Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch explained that the income tax cut proposed by Gov. Scott Walker in his latest budget will enable citizens to buy 40 Little Caesers pizzas.
“I think the average family understands this is just a down payment on the future. Also, if you saw a $100 bill on the sidewalk, would you walk by it? I’m a mother of two. That would mean 40 Little Caesars pizzas. That makes a tangible difference.”
Using Lt. Gov. Kleefisch’s “logic,” the anti-union policies enacted by Gov. Scott Walker shortly after he was inaugurated in 2011 have kept 160 Little Caeser’s pizzas per year off my family’s table, so the income tax cut proposed by Gov. Walker and supported by Lt. Gov. Kleefisch won’t put all those lost pizzas back on my family’s table.