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The Tax Code Shouldn’t Steer Capital to State and Local Governments at the Expense of Private Investment

HancockReturns Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 6:07 AM
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Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 8:57 AM
You should be pushing the constitution party. Their platform is to actually follow the constitution.

I’m a proponent of a pro-growth and non-corrupt tax code.

I mostly write and talk about the flat tax, though I’d be happy to instead accept a national sales tax if we could somehow get rid of the 16th Amendment and replace it with something so ironclad that even Justices such as John Roberts and Ruth Bader Ginsburg couldn’t rationalize that the income tax was constitutional.

But since there’s no chance of any good tax reform with Obama in the White House, there’s no need to squabble over the best plan. Instead, our short-term goal should be to...

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