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Paging Tea Party Members…

“If you wanted to irritate the raise-taxes folks with tax-hiking proposals designed to nettle and sting their tender flanks, what would you do?”

~ James Lileks puts it out there. His example was taxing professors on their tenure. Ironically, this comes via TaxProf Paul Caron. If you’ve got ideas, leave them below.

“If you wanted to irritate the raise-taxes folks with tax-hiking proposals designed to nettle and sting their tender flanks, what would you do?”

~ James Lileks puts it out there. His example was taxing professors on their tenure. Ironically, this comes via TaxProf Paul Caron. If you’ve got ideas, leave them below.

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