This letter in the Williamsport Sun-Gazette poses a question that many will find difficult to answer:
"I wonder if the politicians’ recent "suggestions" to lenders to "renegotiate" some of the mortgage principal so the borrowers can keep from losing their homes should also apply to those homeowners who happen to be unable to afford their confiscatory state and local property taxes.
How often do you think these bureaucrats make any offers to "renegotiate" your tax bill?"
So-called "consumer advocates" love spinning tales of "victims of predatory lenders." What about homeowners who become victims of predatory bureaucrats who continue to raise taxes in their lust for more power?