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Archive for October 24th, 2003

Posted by taxguru on October 24, 2003

The Senate voted itself a pay raise for the fifth straight year – For the excellent job they’ve been doing running our country – not!

Motorcyclists blows $7,000 to winds – We all have our own ways of blowing our money. This guy just let his blow out of his pocket as he was driving down the freeway.

Vehicle sales plunge 35%. Tripling of state’s registration fee blamed – In spite of what our rulers claim, taxes do directly influence behavior. The ruling elite think they can just arbitrarily jack up the taxes and fees and everyone will just gladly pay them. As always happens, the actual results of tax hikes are completely different from the stated goals. Davis’ tripling of car registration fees has now deprived the state, counties, and cities of the huge sales tax dollars they would have received from new car sales, as well as the state income tax on the car dealers’ profits. Someone should kick such an incompetent and ridiculously stupid governor out of office for compounding the state’s fiscal problems. Oh yeah, they did. Of course, he still has over a month to do everything is his power to screw things up even more. I know it’s too much to ask for; but it would be awesome to see Arnold play the part of a club bouncer and physically pick old Gray up and toss him out on his butt before he can do any more damage.

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AmeriDebt To Layoff Most Of Their Workers – The scam’s up for one of the credit counseling fronts for the credit card companies.

Another Look at Retirement Savings

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Implementing car tax cut would take 3 months. Time needed to make change, DMV warns – As always, our rulers have set things up so that it’s much easier to increase taxes than to reduce them.

46 tax ideas include hikes, cuts for Arizonans. Proposed reforms will affect nearly everyone– The Tax Game is the extreme example of trying to do things while the targets are constantly moving, at all levels of government.

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