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Old 12-30-2012, 01:56 PM   #29
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As I watched and read this thread I wondered how someone could be excited about someone else getting taxed more when that person spent tens of thousands of dollers to get a really small tax break from a goverment clean air program to try and clean up the air you breath. You did not spend the money or take part in the program but wish higher taxes on the people who did? Makes me wonder......
FWIW The fact that the owner of an EV spent "tens of thousands of dollars" is not my problem or anyone else's. It's his decision and his problem. Therefore, why are the rest of us being forced to extend a $7,500 tax incentive to the EV owner so that he can feel good about himself? That $7,500 tax break comes out of your pocket, my pocket and the pocket of every taxpayer in the country. This is just another feel good program that costs more to implement than it returns.

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FWIW The fact that the owner of an EV spent "tens of thousands of dollars" is not my problem or anyone else's. It's his decision and his problem. Therefore, why are the rest of us being forced to extend a $7,500 tax incentive to the EV owner so that he can feel good about himself? That $7,500 tax break comes out of your pocket, my pocket and the pocket of every taxpayer in the country. This is just another feel good program that costs more to implement than it returns.

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I more than likely would be going "off topic" if I brought up the "CASH FOR CLUNKERS" program we also paided for to try and clean our air you breath.
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And some people want to give those same people who set up these programs some more money,not me.
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does anyone mind if i just gloat over all the holyfolks' comeuppance, they who thought buying these heavily taxpayer-subsidized cars relieved them of any responsibility whatsoever so far as the necessary supportive infrastructure is concerned?
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