Thursday, September 12, 2013

Can the Internet Tax Be Stopped Just Like the Attack On Syria Has Been Stopped?

This time we would be stopping a direct attack on us.

A new national comprehensive survey commissioned by National Taxpayers Union and the R Street Institute finds that Americans overwhelmingly oppose new legislation, like the Marketplace Fairness Act, that lets states force tax collection obligations on Internet purchases made from businesses outside their borders.

Fifty-seven percent of respondents in recent polls opposed changes to Internet sales tax policies like those provided in the Marketplace Fairness Act.

A further examination of different political and demographic groups revealed universal concern about MFA and Internet sales taxes.

A presentation of the NTU/R Street poll results is available online at:

Will Rand Paul, Justin Amash and "Leader" Mitch McConnell take up this cause?

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