Skip to comments.California Democrat: Another New Tax..? Strip Clubs
Posted on 03/02/2012 7:38:12 PM PST by cakid1
California.. Ready for another New Tax..? Strip Clubs ..
Democratic Assemblyman Das Williams wants to tax customers who go to strip clubs.
He wants to a $10-per-customer tax on "sexually-oriented businesses."
He says the money the state collects would be used prevent sexual assault and treat assault victims...
Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico say thank you.
It’s about time those Dem lawmakers paid their fair share. Let’s call it the “Kennedy tax.”
rats sit around and scheme new ways to tax, never any energy to a cut
1. no plastic bags
2. no frisbees on the beach, ditto for throwing the football
3. no firelog on certain days, with actual smoke cops checking
4. special tax on strippers
What did I forget, Californians...?
5. No bull-frogs in certain cities. I’m serious.
6. No pet-shops soon in San Francisco.
7. Half of new guns aren’t legal in Calif.
8. No open-carry
you can’t buy Nyquil and Robitussin here any more
10. Soon for whole state: no food-trucks within 1500 ft of any school. Already true for many cities.
no digging holes in the sand greater than 18 inches
possibly no smoking outside of your home
don’t legally hunt, kill and eat animals outside of your state
don’t water your farm because that water belongs to minnows
possibly regulating toxic sugar
Kalifornia is closing in on taxing the air people breath.
I think they plan to sneak it in as their Christmas (or, in liberal parlance, “Winter Holiday”) gift to Kalifornia.
I like the state, but I’m glad I don’t live there!
“He wants to a $10-per-customer tax on “sexually-oriented businesses.”
Given the make up of their legislature and the screwing that they’ve been giving the people of California, the “Pole” tax should be applied to every politician each day the legislature is in session.
Like Planned “Parenthood”?
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