Local elites want tax funds 
spent on arts, entertainment

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Mr. Wagner’s exaggerated opinions are mildly entertaining but not enlightening. I’d suggest he write us a piece explaining how the mantra in favor of the private market applies to a public subsidy for neighborhood children whose parents didn’t have the gumption to provide pools for their children. Or perhaps an analysis of the economic development payback of Las Colonias Park versus the OM pool.

In his world, it’s always elites who seem to be to blame when the poor get the short end of policies enacted by conservative administrations.

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