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    Good news for the FairTax!

    Finally, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay has set a timetable to repeal the federal income tax and to pass the FairTax bill (HR 25/S 1493)!

    From yesterday's Washington Times: "Long an advocate of a national sales tax, a confident DeLay told a conference of tax lobbyists Wednesday that House Republicans will have hearings and push the issue in 2005 and 2006."

    Read more here: http://washingtontimes.com/upi-break...5722-7570r.htm

    Details on the fair tax: http://www.fairtax.org
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    Re: Good News for the Fair Tax!

    Originally posted by USN_Squid
    Good news for the FairTax!

    Finally, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay has set a timetable to repeal the federal income tax and to pass the FairTax bill (HR 25/S 1493)!

    From yesterday's Washington Times: "Long an advocate of a national sales tax, a confident DeLay told a conference of tax lobbyists Wednesday that House Republicans will have hearings and push the issue in 2005 and 2006."

    Read more here: http://washingtontimes.com/upi-break...5722-7570r.htm

    Details on the fair tax: http://www.fairtax.org

    That is good to hear. I know you've been pushing this yourself for some time and I agree with the tax. It might not be perfect but it gets closer than the current system. Hopefully it sees the light of day.

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      Re: Good News for the Fair Tax!

      Originally posted by USN_Squid
      Good news for the FairTax!

      Finally, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay has set a timetable to repeal the federal income tax and to pass the FairTax bill (HR 25/S 1493)!

      From yesterday's Washington Times: "Long an advocate of a national sales tax, a confident DeLay told a conference of tax lobbyists Wednesday that House Republicans will have hearings and push the issue in 2005 and 2006."

      Read more here: http://washingtontimes.com/upi-break...5722-7570r.htm

      Details on the fair tax: http://www.fairtax.org
      I'm a cynical so-and-so and I have to think they'll either load it with so many horrible riders that it can't pass or they'll pass it without repealing ANYTHING else. On the bright side, the precedent for proposing it might actually get it passed correctly in 30 years. Good work Fair Tax!

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        Re: Good News for the Fair Tax!

        Originally posted by Geisha
        I'm a cynical so-and-so and I have to think they'll either load it with so many horrible riders that it can't pass or they'll pass it without repealing ANYTHING else. On the bright side, the precedent for proposing it might actually get it passed correctly in 30 years. Good work Fair Tax!
        Exactly my sentiments.

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          Re: Good News for the Fair Tax!

          Hey, if the idea sees the light of day, it's worth looking into...


          The more we know, the better off we are.

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            Re: Good News for the Fair Tax!

            The more we know, the better off we are.

            NOT sure thats right... but in regaurds to this disscussion it may be.....lol


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