Sunday, September 29, 2013

Republicans Now Leading the Push to Tax the Internet

By Seton Motley on Sep 28, 2013
It should come as no surprise that the Establishment Party is looking to pass a bill that would allow the 9,600+ different state and local governments to tax the Internet.   The national Republican Party has a serious brand problem. Too many Establishment Elephants are too often Diet Democrats - taking positions just slightly less Large Government than the Donkey Party. That is - when they’re not agreeing with them in totality.
Which disheartens and drives away American grassroots Conservatives - the lifeblood of any hope for Republicans in any election.   And it drives average Americans crazy, because they see too much damage being done by DC - with two Parties too often agreeing on the obviously wrong solution.
Democrats want to continue to spend us into oblivion - a $17-trillion-and-counting national debt be darned. Republican Paul Ryan’s allegedly Draconian proposed budget doesn’t even purport to (maybe) balance the budget for a decade. Conservatives want it done much sooner. 72% of Americans want it done in five years or less.
Democrats are for amnesty for the 12-20 million illegal aliens currently in the United States. So are many Republicans. Conservatives are against amnesty. Americans also overwhelmingly oppose it……It should come as no surprise that the Establishment Party is looking to pass a bill that would allow the 9,600+ different state and local governments to tax the Internet. …To Read More…..

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