McCain Vows to Eliminate Those Pesky E-Mail Taxes

July 7, 2008 at 10:20 pm 1 comment

Short today, even though I promise you I read both the WaPo and the NYT. The funniest thing I read though, was from John McCain’s economic plan, from his “Pro-Innovation Tax Cuts” section:

“Ban New Cell Phone Taxes: John McCain understands that the same people that would tax e-mail will tax every text message – and even 911 calls. John McCain will prohibit new cellular telephone taxes.”

Really? I wasn’t aware of e-mail taxes…Who are those people running around trying to tax my e-mail and text messages. Oh, I forgot, the scary liberals.

Don’t worry, I’m even-keeled(ish):

Obama’s awkward convo with an uber-Christian (and young! and hip!) magazine.

Now for other news:

Taxi matchmaker from The Wall Street Journal.

Pub trivia from The Times.

OMG! My least-favorite columnist from the WaPoMag is outta here!! (Sorry Andrea, I know you ❤ her.)

Give Gene Weingarten two pages!!!

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Entry filed under: 2008 Presidential Election, New York City, New York Times, Politics, Voting, Washington Post.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. noolo  |  July 8, 2008 at 3:20 am

    email tax ? what is that ? maybe another pesky rumour attack. Maybe some should tax these bogus mail senders…what you think

    Reply

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