16 responses to “Ron Paul: Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses”

  1. freeze

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  2. PetColor

    How or government ever became so dishonest and dis functional is beyond me. For too many years now, the American people have taken their freedom and liberty for granted, believing that the powers to be” had their best interest at hart. The governments roll is to help protect the people against cheats and crooks, not to be criminals themselves.

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  3. Surfisher

    With Obama’s DISAPPROVAL rating climbing through the roof — now is the perfect storm to go after all of Barrack Hussein’s perfidies full throttle!

    Let’s get this anti-American Usurper of our White House impeached, and hopefully send to jail for a long, long time.

    This will be a good start:

    Contact Texas congressman Steve Stockman and urge him to start an immediate investigation of Barrack Hussein’s failure to provide naught but a forged Birth Certificate online!

    Texas congressman Steve Stockman:

    326 Cannon House Office Building
    Independence Avenue
    Washington, DC 20515
    Phone: 202-225-1555
    Fax: 202-226-0396
    Hours: M-F 9-5:30pm

    420 Green Avenue
    Orange, TX 77630
    Phone: 409-883-8075
    Fax: 409-886-9918
    Hours: M-F 8-4:00pm

    web page:

    http://stockman.house.gov/contact
    ———————————————————————————-

    Make this short video VIRAL!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px9XtjUAIzs

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  4. wikieditspam

    There will be plenty of people who buy into the bullshit that this is fair and needs to happen in order to ensure market equality. I think there are people in power who think that it’s easier to weigh people down than lift people up, and they’re agenda is to impress their supports by how equal everyone will be because of it.

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  5. CurtHowland

    “Ok reprocessing nuclear waste by how?”
    By the same methods the rest of the world uses.
    Did you watch the video?
    “you assume they can make a profit”
    So you admit you did not watch the video.
    Short answer: It’s cheaper to reprocess than to make the fuel in the first place, and there are lots of profitable byproducts of reprocessing in addition to the reusable Uranium.
    I’m not assuming anything.

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  6. bankerpuppetobama

    Ok reprocessing nuclear waste by how? Bombarding it with neutrons?
    That’s expensive as shit you assume they can make a profit.

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  7. CurtHowland

    “How can a private company make money through the market by storing nuclear waste?”
    Reprocessing, which is illegal in the US.
    /watch?v=rv-mFSoZOkE
    “What if a large percentage of people are assholes”?
    Oh no! What if a large percentage of people are assholes and then vote? Oh no! Democracy is too dangerous, that can never work!
    But seriously, if people cannot be trusted and govt is just people, then govt cannot be trusted. If people CAN be trusted, no govt is needed.

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  8. bankerpuppetobama

    Australia is interesting in their city planning and how they vote on projects they want but in the end there still some force whether you had a vote on the exact purpose or not. How can a private company make money through the market by storing nuclear waste?
    What if a large percentage of people are assholes and refuse to chip in for that when their is no demand to do it?

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  9. Lurker1979

    Classic cronyism going on with this.

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  10. CurtHowland

    “The only way there can be no taxes”
    No.
    The way to not have any taxes is to have all services provided privately. People pay for what they use.
    So-called “market failures”, such as free riders, is a chimera created to distract people. Private industry deals with “free riders” every day, quietly and effectively.
    No public service is not provided better, cheaper, or both, privately.
    Abolish govt service, and let the market work.

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  11. bankerpuppetobama

    The only way there can be no taxes is if society is so technologically advanced we
    don’t need a monetary system anymore like Star Trek which will happen one day probably after the
    NWO goes to solitary confinement, eats GMO food with fluoridated water and get flu shots with cancer viruses.

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  12. CurtHowland

    Zeitgeist? Utopian Communist claptrap.
    Although as you say zero taxation may never be reached, one must always keep the goal in mind. No Coercion.

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  13. bankerpuppetobama

    I take it you’re talking about the Zietgeist Movement because that’s the only way that would ever happen

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  14. CurtHowland

    What is needed is no tax at all.

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  15. CurtHowland

    What is needed is no tax at all.

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  16. bankerpuppetobama

    We need the Fairtax (better than flat tax) immediately enough of the circus

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