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Time to Get Rid of Tax Preferences for Housing in the Internal Revenue Code

Bluebonnet Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:49 AM
So, I said to myself, "Self, how do we get people to really understand anything, or are they just one-sided in their views, not understanding the whole of any issue or the consequences of poor thinking skills, divisional retardation, bias, and inuendo traps." I didn't get an answer yet.

Even though I knew some people would call me Scrooge, I wrote a few days ago about why we should get rid of the tax deduction for charitable contributions in exchange for lower tax rates.

Simply stated, I’m a big advocate of fundamental tax reform, and I would like to scrap the corrupt internal revenue code and replace it with a simple and fair flat tax.

Needless to say, that also means getting rid of tax preferences for housing. I make the case against...