Never miss an opportunity to increase taxes. I’ll bet my RINOs are in the yea column.
Yep. They're also co-sponsors! I just fired off an email to both of 'em expressing my extreme displeasure.
It's getting harder and harder to email those two because it's difficult not to cuss every other word. I keep having to delete and re-type. LOL!
Heck, my Senator is one of the co-sponsers - we got rid of Blanche Lincoln to install a POS RINO?!?! I am furious about this. Wal Mart wants it, so he co sponsored it.
This is going to provide an incentive to build data centers and distribution centers a stones throw from either the Mexican or Canadian borders, or even moving operations offshore completely. This will have a negative impact on jobs, other than the increased government critters that each state hires to shove compliance audits down everyone's throat.
I self-report my purchases and pay taxes to the state, and always have. I realize that the majority of people don't, but at the same time, I don't pay my local taxes when I drive across the border of MO or OK to purchase anything at a lower tax rate (AR has one of the highest average sales taxes - 8.5%). Brick and mortar retailers cry about people coming in to browse and then purchase on-line, what about all of the people that do research on-line and then purchase at a brick and mortar retailer? Aren't the brick and mortar retailers gaining an advantage based on the assets (web) of web retailers? Amazon stands to make a fortune by selling the compliance software - which they already have completed. They will subcontract the checkout services from other web retailers and turn a handy profit.