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November 29, 2022

Protesting Taxes Seems More Effective When the Focus Isn’t on the the Signs

Granted, we don't want to see an average member of the Tea Party sans pants. But you have to admit, these Italian businessmen are on to something:

Five Italian businessmen stripped off their trousers and protested outside parliament on Tuesday, demanding the abolition of a tax collection agency they blame for the suicides of scores of their peers. The men posed for the cameras in their shirts and underwear, carrying signs that read "You are killing thousands of jobs". 

[Reuters via DMWT]

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