Congress to Pass Breathing Tax HR 1090

Funny story written by a5of20borg

Sunday, 16 March 2008

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US Congress working on Breathing Tax

Crappers: 03/17/2008 Today congress is considering a bill to fight global warming today. The bill will cover every single aspects of your life. The tax will add another $2.00 per gallon of gasoline, diesel, kerosene, and heating oil. Also included in the bill will be a $50.00 surcharge in all electric bills. Also if you are an energy hog you will pay an additional $100.00 per 500 kilowatt hours.

If you fly on a jet planes you will have to pay an additional surcharge of $550.00. Everything will become more expensive to travel anywhere. Gas Hogs will be paying a $1000.00 fee each year to discourage gasoline use.

It seems that people without cars and the homeless people think they get nothing out of this you are mistaken. There is a tax on breathing as well and it doesn't make any different if you work or not. There is a mandatory breathing tax of $2000.00 on each adult and child in this nation. If you don't pay the bill when it's due there is a nice prison camp waiting for you!

After the House passes the bill the Senate will have to reconcile the Senate version of the bill. There isn't any difference in the two bills. S 2390 is word the same way as the house bill. The amount on the breathing tax in the Senate bill is only $500.00 per person. The Senate has already passed their version last week.

President Bush said he is very egger to sign the bill into law! Meanwhile we are all suffocating from all this excess carbon monoxide!!!

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