Skip to comments.List of Republicans (RINOs) Supporting the Marketplace Fairness Act
Posted on 07/24/2012 11:38:58 AM PDT by donjuanluis07
The Marketplace Fairness Act is in short a national sales tax on online purchases (that is an extreme layman's view). See the full run down at Breitbart.
The List of Republicans supporting this bill are:
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Time to start a list of politiciuans to be challenged come election time.
I was surprised to see Mike Pence’s name on the list. Chris Christie, Mitch Daniels and Nikki Haley, who are also on the list, have been touted as running mates for Romney.
I’m inclined to boot them all just for coming up with that Orwellian name for the bill alone.
Listen up RINOs and progressives. We pay a tax for internet sales. It is called shipping. If you pile a tax on top of that, it kill the only market, besides Walmart, that is doing well.
Perhaps in the name of “market fairness” they will tack on shipping and handling costs to the purchase price of items at brick and mortar stores.
Nice to know who is in bed with whom, not that I'm surprised on any of these.
If you happen to live in a state represented, you ought to not only notify your RINO clown of your disapproval but also send the list to everyone on your email list, as a suggestion.
I am not surprised to see John Boozman’s name on this list; he has already sold his soul to Wal-Mart and quickly forgotten who allowed him to knock-off Blanche Lincoln.
With me, the word “fairness” on a piece of legislation or in the name of a government program always raises a red flag.
It's amazing how quickly these clowns catch Potomac Fever when they get to Washington--and forget about who sent them there.
Not with you on this one. Why should local stores be penalized for collecting sales tax when Amazon, etc will not?
ROFL! Yeah, tell me which States are going to turn down free money that they can use to fund their lefty programs. This way they get to tax nameless, faceless, VOTELESS companies heavens only knows where.
What a moron!
Companies already pay taxes on their sales via corporate tax rates.
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