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Old 06-30-2014, 04:05 PM   #113 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by darcane View Post
What are you trying to pull? Bring the thread back on topic? Sheesh!

I am for use-based taxation and would support increasing the gas tax...

if it were used to make improvements directly related to transportation that used that fuel.
Increasing the gas tax to pay for schools? Nope.
Increasing the gas tax to pay for defense? Nope.
Increasing the gas tax to pay for rail? Nope.
Roads, bridges, and to a lesser degree ferries, and buses. Yes.
That all sounds good to me.
No amout of tax on anything is going to fix the air quality here.
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