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Gov. Palin reminds House GOP they weren’t elected to raise taxes

Posted by Dr. Fay on May 7, 2013

Governor Palin reacted to the passage of the internet sales tax bill in the Senate yesterday by reminding the House GOP of their responsibility to serve the people who elected them.


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More new taxes? How can we be divided on new taxes?  In this horribly weak economy with an over-reaching, over-spending, anti-small-business government continually making the wrong decisions, Republicans can’t even stay committed to “No New Taxes”? Please step away from your Washington, DC bubble and get back in touch with the hard working people who sent you there. Read the planks in our party’s platform and then read our lips. Learn from history or face repeating it: NO NEW TAXES.
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– Sarah Palin

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One Response to “Gov. Palin reminds House GOP they weren’t elected to raise taxes”

  1. Colleen Phillips said

    Thank you, thank you for speaking the truth. I pleaded with my Alabama Republican Senators Sessions and Shelby not to vote for this bill to no avail. Any bill coming out of D.C. including the term “Fairness” is almost always anything but. Some of these turncoats have the nerve to declare that this is not a new tax – they are just authorizing the states to collect a tax that was always in place. Newsflash! They can spin it anyway they want, but if there’s a tax that we were not paying before, and that now we will be compelled to pay, then from our perspectives, it’s a NEW TAX! This tax will not bring the state revenues they are so hungry for, and it will most definitely not “level the playing field.” What it will do is destroy small businesses and steal more money from an already sick and sluggish Obama economy. The fact that internet businesses with annual revenue under $1,000,000 are exempt is a joke. All the expenses are deducted from that revenue amount before any profit is recognized – businesses with a million bucks in revenue are still very small businesses that can ill afford the bookkeeping nightmare of becoming unpaid tax collectors for all 50 states. Our only hope is that this destructive bill will die in the House.

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