Yes, Marc Schare convolutes logic and his positions as fast and as easy as L. Ron Hubbard in Dianetics.
Schare claims to be all about low taxes -- except his tax, of course. And, to defend his vote, Schare writes a mish-mash of nonsense in the style of Hubbard.
To quote Schare (from his website): "My core ideology is as fiscally conservative as it’s always been. I understand, probably better than most in this room, the mind of the “no” voter and what I’d like to do is spend a little bit of time discussing the numerous objections I’ve heard to this levy and while many are quite valid, why I don’t agree with them."
And this: "I truly regret the hardship that this levy may place on members of the Worthington community, and we have to acknowledge that the average $500/year increase will be a burden to many who live here."
So, Schare is a fiscal conservative only when it's for taxes he does not approve. Otherwise, it's spend, spend, spend. And, if you cannot keep up with Schare at the spending table, sorry about your luck.
The next time you hear Schare talk about being a fiscal conservative, grab for your wallet.