Skip to comments.Minnesota companies revolt over call to end tax-free business transactions
Posted on 02/22/2013 11:16:14 AM PST by Huskrrrr
Minnesota businesses are blasting a plan by Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton to make the North Star State one of the few that taxes companies for business they do with other businesses.
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I count 5 times the same item is taxed. That's B.S.
Taxation thru Misrepresentation is no virtue..
(except if you’re a DemocRat Gubinor from a filthy rich family dynasty)
How big is his cabin on Lake MinnieHonky I wonder? How many businesses ‘service’ it?
Shut up and pay, peasant. /retiredgovernmentemployeepensiondrawer
Sounds like VAT
Dayton is a tax and spend liberal of the first order and now that the DFL has control of both houses of the Legislature let the new taxes begin. His tax plan also includes for the first time broadening the sales tax to include clothing. To placate the masses the tax would only apply to clothing costing over $100, but try to find a coat for your kids to keep them warm during a Minnesota winter for less than $100. Like Obama with his $200,000 being “enough” income Dayton is saying $100 is too much to spend on your clothes. Perhaps Minnesota voters will wake up and ask why isn’t Dayton cutting the bloated state budget rather than raising taxes?
Dayton and the DemoRATs need to find more money to feed the socialist pigs at the trough.
When are you people in Minnesota gonna wake up to the DemoRAT theft going on.
F the DemoRAT party and all LIBERALS!
We have a Republican Women’s group in Texas (PAC) which periodically holds fundraiser. Items we sell at auction are all donated, most of them by members who purchase them out of their own pocket and pay tax at the time of purchase. As an organization, we also have to pay sales tax on whatever we make from the auction of the items again to the State of Texas. So all is not quite so rosy even here! I agree - it is B.S.
Sounds like a VAT to me.
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