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Ron Paul Blasts Online Sales Tax Scheme

Before the Senate passed its first budget in nearly four years, Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) proposed an amendment — the Marketplace Fairness Act — that would make it easier for states to collect online sales taxes. Despite the numerous policy and constitutional issues this bring, the amendment passed by a vote of 75 to 24.


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Ron Paul, right again....

I appreciate Ron Paul speaking out like this. Every time he expresses his views, he gives us all a reminder of the scope of the fight we face (liberty vs tyrrany), and it gives me all the more ammo to use against establishment politicians (of both parties).

Any (R) supporting internet taxes should be tarred and feathered. And then removed from office.

Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof

It would be just as "fair" to eliminate taxes for all merchants

Somehow that didn't happen.

I am glad he is speaking out

But I wonder.... this post was about to drop off the page with no comments and only 2 upvotes. I wonder if Ron is going to make himself less relevant than he could be by sticking to the "soft tyranny" issues?

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.