I am breaking three of my own personal blogging rules here. 1. I am commenting twice in a row about the same subject. 2. I am posting twice in the same day. 3. I am just giving a link with no commentary (sort of, some might consider this commentary). That’s how much I find this article on Tax Cuts by Bob Lonsberry to be worth reading for everyone.
I rarely invite people to read other blog articles. It seems to me counter intuitive. After all, I am right on all things, so why would I want to send you to someone else for inaccurate and confusing information. However, I found this article so laughable, I figured that you all would enjoy a good chuckle. T.A.B.A.C.C.O. attempts to criticize my view on the Fair Tax but it appears that he didn’t even bother to read what I had to right. And as you know, I sure love playing with numbers. He gets his numbers wrong too. I probably made
If you read any conservative blogs on the Internet, odds are you have read about the Fair Tax. I am actually surprised that it took my most recent article on taxes to finally bring someone out of the wood work on this site. Thanks Slam Smith for setting me up so nicely. First of all, I must say, in general, I support the concepts laid out by the Fair Tax people. There are a few things I disagree with, but that isn’t really the point of this discussion here. I like the idea of eliminating the Income Tax and shifting
Some have argued that Utah is not the right place for business. We are too conservative, too religious, too weird. I have worked for two different companies here in Utah. Both moved their operations from the west coast. Both of them chose Utah for a couple of major reasons. The first is probably (I can’t get them to admit this) that we are a “Right-to-work” state. That means that even if there is a union at my place of employment, I don’t have to join the Union to work for the company. On the West Coast, and especially in the transportation