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I must admit, this is pretty radical, and I love radical ideas, because they test assumptions.

Politically I cannot imagine that this will ever pass. So that makes me wonder, why try? Is this a fig leaf to cover inaction on this crucial issue, to gain the "never increase taxes" votes in the election coming up this year?

OTOH, I do agree that something must be done to break the logjam that has gone on for 10+ years on this issue. Maybe this is the bomb to do it.

by goldfish on Jan 9, 2013 11:13 am • linkreport

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