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Plan B: Taxing to Death the Firearms Industry

mfusco Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 12:20 PM
The Responsibility Clause To Whom It May Concern; This verbiage is intended to be attached to and written into any legislation that will affect the citizen(s) of a town, city, county, state, or country(s) ability to defend themselves from any attack, assault, robbery or killing. It may also be used as stand-alone legislation. The Federal Government, State, County, City, or Entity that restricts our ability to defend ourselves, or others as a result of restricting our ability to exercise our Second Amendment rights, (AS OUR FORFATHERS INTENDED; protecting our property, liberty, and lives from INTERNAL and external enemies including but not limited to our own government) SHALL BE LIABLE FOR COSTS AND DAMAGES occurring as a result of such a

If you can't ban it, tax it into being unattainable. As efforts to reinstate a federal ban on modern sporting rifles at the federal level fail to gain traction, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are looking for another option to get their gun control goals fulfilled with a little help from the IRS.



The proposals range from the modest -- a proposed 5 percent tax in New Jersey -- to the steep -- a proposed 50 percent ammo tax in Maryland. The bills follow efforts to ban...

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