U.S. Lawmakers to Propose Transaction...

U.S. Lawmakers to Propose Transaction Tax

There are 2 comments on the www.bloomberg.com story from Nov 1, 2011, titled U.S. Lawmakers to Propose Transaction Tax. In it, www.bloomberg.com reports that:

Senator Tom Harkin, pictured, an Iowa Democrat, and Representative Peter DeFazio, an Oregon Democrat, will introduce the bills tomorrow in their respective chambers.

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“Way down, in Columbus Georgia”

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#1 Nov 1, 2011
Great idea democrats, tax investment transactions, that will surely stimulate economy and encourage investment and growth.
The democrats can be counted on to be resourceful in finding more ways to tax America.
Bill

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#2 Nov 1, 2011
Its so amusing. The Democrat party is chock full of the nations losers. Everywhere you look, all you see is teat sucking "gimme more" anti social missfits who cannot bear the thought of getting up in the morning and going to (ugh) WORK!!!! Every day they post mountains of bullshit about how unfair the system is. Well losers, whats fair about you slackers sucking off those of us who know the value of self worth, honesty, patriotism and hard work?

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