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flvegan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-25-09 10:22 PM
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10. Public option?
I voted for Kucinich, if that helps you gauge my political leanings.

You are correct, though. Republican incompetence is no reason to do anything. I propose doing away with millage, fees, costs and everything else and basing taxes, fees and costs on the net worth of the person paying them. Sales tax, property tax, hunting license.

Far more fair, and would do away with all regressive costs to low income folks. Sounds consistent to me.
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  -Florida Vehicle Registration Fees: Lamborghini Murcilago and Ford Taurus the same John N Morgan  Nov-25-09 09:24 PM   #0 
  - they're lucky. In Ca., registration fee is based on value. I have an '07 Cad, and  demosincebirth   Nov-25-09 09:35 PM   #1 
  - my Toyota Prius was half that  DBoon   Nov-25-09 09:48 PM   #3 
  - Your Prius must be worth half of what an '07 Cadillac. Like I said, its  demosincebirth   Nov-27-09 04:25 PM   #20 
  - Do you consider that fair? Is it in line with the public expectation? I have lived in other states  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:15 PM   #6 
     - I don't like it, but like it or not, thats what we have to pay...value of the vehicle.  demosincebirth   Nov-27-09 04:13 PM   #19 
  - want a sort of millage rate taxation based on resale value?  flvegan   Nov-25-09 09:43 PM   #2 
  - The point is, Lamborghini owners could afford to pay more.  Canuckistanian   Nov-25-09 09:59 PM   #4 
  - Then it shouldn't be based on the car, but on net worth.  flvegan   Nov-25-09 10:16 PM   #8 
     - Again, I'm feeling concern on your part. Government can't work? Really?  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:25 PM   #11 
        - Indeed.  flvegan   Nov-25-09 10:32 PM   #12 
  - I respectfully disagree. Republican incompetence is not a reason to go with regressive tax structure  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:03 PM   #5 
  - Public option?  flvegan   Nov-25-09 10:22 PM   #10 
     - Your arguement reaches for perfection and that will not happen. The discussion is about a  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:36 PM   #13 
        - Reality, huh?  flvegan   Nov-25-09 10:43 PM   #14 
  - Works fine here in Georgia.  deadmessengers   Nov-25-09 10:15 PM   #7 
     - Exactly. The methods do not have to be complicated just provide some non-regressive mechanism.  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:21 PM   #9 
  - I wonder how negative the unrecs actuall go. I guess the Lamborghini owners are logged in.  John N Morgan   Nov-25-09 10:46 PM   #15 
  - In NY the Gov want us to have shiny new old ones are hardly broke in..  Historic NY   Nov-25-09 10:55 PM   #16 
  - Wow, just... wow  Fla_Democrat   Nov-25-09 11:39 PM   #17 
  - It depends if its a fee or a are mixing the two  ProgressiveProfessor   Nov-26-09 09:51 AM   #18 

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