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Old 05-19-2009, 07:52 AM   #11
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Default Re: Make the Wealthy Tax Exempt

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I've never tried to go to either of those places in Pa, but in Md and Ga both of those places are a piece of cake. I'll admit it has become harder to renew your license since 911, but it isn't a huge undertaking by any means. Before 9/11 you could walk into the Grocery store and renew your license. In the 15 years I've been in Georgia it's never taken more than 10 minutes to renew my tags.

Does that mean they let the grocery store handle the renewal? Because that sounds like a really smart idea...they do, after all, specialize in efficiently moving people in and out of their store after purchasing a product/using a service.
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This is actually kind of communistic: telling people what to do with their money. How could the government enforce people above a certain income level to have 60% of their income invested in the stock market at all times? I would think that if a law required a certain percentage invested in the stock market, then the possessor would be unable to buy or sell effectively and so that money would just be sitting there as it would be in a bank account.
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