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Friday, November 30, 2012

What is the Difference between a Fine and a Tax?

H/T TO  THE LOOKING SPOON
A FINE IS A MONETARY PENALTY FOR DOING SOMETHING WRONG.  A TAX IS A MONETARY PENALTY FOR DOING SOMETHING RIGHT.  DAMN, LOOKS LIKE THEY GET YOU GOING AND COMING.  BUT EVEN WORSE, OBAMACARE IS A TAX JUST FOR EXISTING. 

IF YOU WANT MORE DETAILS THAT JUST MUDDY THE WATERS GO TO ANOTHER SITE THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR YOU!
STOP OBAMA IN 2012! GET YOUR STOP OBAMA'S SECOND TERM AGENDA WIDGET. FOLLOW LINK FOR DETAILS.
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2 comments:

banned said...

I have legacy asthma and each year get a replacement for a related inhaler off the good old NHS.
One time I noticed that said inhaler (which, as a working taxpayer, I have to pay a standard charge for, £8.20) was empty and took it back to the pharmacy for replacement.

"Oh dear", she drolled
"You'll have to go back to the Doctor and get another prescription..."

I tried quoting the Sale Of Goods Act and pointing that the (empty)inhaler was 'not fit for purpose'.

"Complain all you like darlin', it's not a sale, it's a Tax."

Sandee said...

They amount to the same. The money they get and then they can spend spend and spend some more. Crooks.

Have a terrific day. :)