Internet Sales Tax Okay With Me

Rivalry Side A | Politics | Other

No National Internet Sales Tax

Rivalry Side B | Politics | Other

Tax hungry politicians have been dreaming of imposing (Forcing) a national mandate for charging sales tax for online purchases even when the retail has no presence in the state. Do you support an internet mandated sales tax?


Posted by in Politics / Other on 7/22/12
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DollyFan - 7/23/12 @ 11:20 PM:
I have never voted neutral before! Couldn't even tell you the last time I ordered something thru the Internet. Of course, by law, there is supposed to be a physical presence in the state for the state to collect taxes. I guess that passing a national tax would only be on businesses with a physical presence in this country? Then more business could move out of the US and take more jobs away. Of course, now that I think
about it, once we let the government have a tax, they turn around and expand it or increase it, so I guess I should vote "no" to a national Internet tax!

Side A Comment

LIBERAL - 7/22/12 @ 10:54 PM:
I just don't see the big deal about paying taxes on items you would normally have paid them on had you bought them at a local business. For that matter many items already bought online are taxed. This law would just cover anything purchased online that is normally taxed.

Side B Comment

Jeff - 7/22/12 @ 10:10 PM:
you know would not surpise me if this happens kinda pisses me off ok not kinda it does piss me off
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