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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
 

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Punishing the good guy's while letting the bad guy's just laugh about it all... Great job Tacoma.. NOT!!!!!!!!
 

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Well, it's Washington. The Seattle one. No surprise.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea

 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea

So let’s make it $25,000.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea

It only restricts the poor.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
Meh....Washington is a small state.
I'd just drive to the nearest state without the ridiculous taxes and stock up.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea

It only restricts the poor.
Seems I just said that. But far more eloquently.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.

.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
 

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Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
by Tammy Mutasa | KOMO News

Tuesday, November 12th 2019
Tacoma's City Council debated a controversial gun tax Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)

TACOMA -- After three hours of intense and heated testimony from 112 people on both sides of the divisive issue, the Tacoma City Council passed a controversial plan to tax guns and ammunition.

Council leaders passed the gun and ammo tax with the caveat that it won't go into effect until July 2020.

The tax adds $25 to each gun sold, plus an extra two to five cents for each bullet, depending on size.

There was an amendment to slash the price of the tax in half, but it was withdrawn.

Council members said the money is for programs to prevent gun violence which has gone up 37% in Tacoma between 2014 to 2018. A total of 22 people have been murdered in Tacoma so far this year; 19 deaths involved guns.

However, folks against the tax say it would punish law abiding citizens who won't be able to afford to protect themselves.

Gun shop owners and manufacturers like Aero Precision said they will be forced out of town.

"There is a scheme here to impose a tax on the exercise of the Second Amendment," said one speaker against the tax. "Shame on you, shame on you. You're wrong, you know you're wrong, and to hell with you."

Tacoma's City Council considered a tax on guns Nov. 12, 2019. (KOMO News)
"The only way to reduce gun violence is to enforce the laws that are currently on the books,” said another speaker against the tax.

"We need to discourage the purchase of guns and ammunition. That is an answer,” countered another speaker who favored tax.

From now until July, city leaders said they will meet with community groups to figure out how to spend the money and see what, if anything, can be changed before the tax is implemented.

City leaders said there is an option to repeal the tax if it has negative effects on the community.

Tacoma City Council approves controversial gun tax
First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
Should I go slow for you as you take a dump in your outhouse?


Why no taxes on the first amendment, but taxes on the 2nd is ok?
 

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First thing that comes to mine here is, if somebody "can't protect themselves" because they can't afford a $25 gun tax, then they must not have anything worth protecting in the first place.


Chris Rock had the right idea


Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
Should I go slow for you as you take a dump in your outhouse?


Why no taxes on the first amendment, but taxes on the 2nd is ok?
What kind of First Amendment gun would you have?

A newspaper? The internet? Radio? TV?

They're all taxed, are they not?
 

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Yeah we know how little life means to the left.
Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
Should I go slow for you as you take a dump in your outhouse?


Why no taxes on the first amendment, but taxes on the 2nd is ok?
What kind of First Amendment gun would you have?

A newspaper? The internet? Radio? TV?

They're all taxed, are they not?
Letters to the editor taxed?

Posting on here taxed?
 

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Oh "we" do, do "we"?

Where do you see any reference to "the left"? Hallucinating again?

You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
Should I go slow for you as you take a dump in your outhouse?


Why no taxes on the first amendment, but taxes on the 2nd is ok?
What kind of First Amendment gun would you have?

A newspaper? The internet? Radio? TV?

They're all taxed, are they not?
Letters to the editor taxed?

Posting on here taxed?
Get your newspaper for free?

Free internet? Free cable?

When you buy that TV or computer or radio, is it taxed?

C'mon Lefty, bring it; I know what your natural side is. :5_1_12024:
 

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They just needed to get their foot in the door with a benign 25.00 tax and 2 cents a bullet.
Two-five years out they'll raise it to a 50.00 tax and 6 cents a bullet. Another 2-5 years raise
it to a 75.00 tax and 12 cents a bullet.
See where I'm going with this? The trick is getting the foot in the door, the rest becomes easy.
 

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You tomato breath, Washington state is left, they love abortions and now it makes it harder for a poor woman to buy a gun


Ie. The means to protect herself and children.
oooooooookaaay that made a lot of sense. In Faroese.
Should I go slow for you as you take a dump in your outhouse?


Why no taxes on the first amendment, but taxes on the 2nd is ok?
What kind of First Amendment gun would you have?

A newspaper? The internet? Radio? TV?

They're all taxed, are they not?
Letters to the editor taxed?

Posting on here taxed?
Get your newspaper for free?

Free internet? Free cable?

When you buy that TV or computer or radio, is it taxed?

C'mon Lefty, bring it; I know what your natural side is. :5_1_12024:

My wifi is for free using it right now (you not that smart are you, well you do poop in the woods)

Newspaper is free when I pick it up walking down the street

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There are about 22 yearly firearm related deaths in Tacoma unchanged statistically but there were over 100 opioid related deaths and climbing and . the homeless count is around 2,000 and climbing and yet Tacoma want's to place a surtax tax on every firearm sale and every bullet. go figure.
 

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They just needed to get their foot in the door with a benign 25.00 tax and 2 cents a bullet.
Two-five years out they'll raise it to a 50.00 tax and 6 cents a bullet. Another 2-5 years raise
it to a 75.00 tax and 12 cents a bullet.
See where I'm going with this? The trick is getting the foot in the door, the rest becomes easy.

Exactly, they said the Illinois toll system would be free in the 1980's
 

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