Skip to comments.Bankrupt Tribune doles out bonuses
Posted on 05/14/2009 8:38:39 AM PDT by lakeprincess
:Two months after denouncing a troubled financial company for doling out hefty management bonuses, a bankrupt news media company is doing the same thing.
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I occasionally have the opportunity to visit Colonel McCormicks gravesite. If one listens carefully you can hear him spinning like a dynamo...
How about we get someone in Congress to propose a TAX!
A TAX on NEWSPRINT!
Whereas the production of newspapers causes trees to be cut down, hauled by polluting trucks to polluting paper mills, and hauled from paper mills to publishers and
Whereas the production of newspapers requires toxic ink and solvents and energy wasting machinery and
Whereas the distribution of newspapers requires the use of dirty internal combustion engines and
Whereas a large portion of every landfill is used for discarded newspapers,
Be it resolved that a Newsprint tax, of $1,000.00 per pound, be charged to EVERY newspaper with a daily subscription, within the United States!
We should get some Republican to propose THIS as an amendment to any cap and trade or carbon tax proposal that comes up!
Maybe we can make it like Cap and Trade and use the revenue generated, from this tax on dirty dinosaur newspapers, to subsidize a tax credit for home computers and digital devices?
Or, we could use the money to subsidize talk radio! Well, those guys really dont need any help!
Maybe he needs a turbo to achieve proper rotational speed?
Typical libs. Do as I say, not as I do. And good for thee, not for me. Blithering hypocrites, all of them.
I could use a little “incentivizing” right about now...
This is a great idea! Let’s get all the conservative environmentalist on board right away!
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