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Published: Wednesday, March 13 2013 10:30 a.m. MDT

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USS Enterprise, UT

Duh....its called trickle down taxation. The government taxes businesses, then businesses pass that tax along to the consumer.

I could have saved them some money if they just asked.

Hayden, ID

I have to hand it to the Democrats for being creative and inventing something new they can tax; emotional fears and irrational guilt!

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

So the conservative answer to all is No Taxes on businesses or wealthy folks cause they will just pass it on to the poor.
So I guess we should only tax those who can't defend themselves with clever loopholes and deductions, How American!

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Happy Valley,
I guess ytou did not read the article, or even the HEADLINE, that said low income families would be hit the hardest - you cou;d not resist the opportunity to take a cheap shot at conservatives.

Trickle down taxation - is that akin to BO's campaign for trickle-up poverty?

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