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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Scott Reif
Tax the rich; pay for kindergarten. That’s the song being sung by New York City’s newest mayor, Bill de Blasio, as a means of paying for kindergarten.
He doesn't believe taxpayer dollars should pay for tuition for felons while families have to take out student loans to help their children go to college, spokesman Scott Reif said.
"We continue to oppose wasting $200 million or more in taxpayer money on the campaigns of politicians, including the negative television commercials and robocalls people hate," spokesman Scott Reif said in an email.