"A setback for state tax freeze"
The Post laments Denver District Court Judge Christina Habbas' decision finding a state tax increase unconstitutional. Of course they do.
The Post's use of double-speak would put Orwell to shame. The Post refers to the tax increase as a "tax freeze." I know, it's impossible to explain.
Lewis Carroll would be impressed with this absolute nonsense: "The governor intended money from the freeze to go into the state education fund to help at-risk kids attend preschool and full-day kindergarten."
Look at that sentence. Somehow, the governor expected to raise money from a tax freeze.
And night is day, black is white, and the Rockies are a good baseball team.
I don't mind the Post being misguided and wrong, but when they start calling tax inreases tax freezes, that is just dishonest.