The obvious is staring them in the eyes


#1 Emoluments Clause on 06.22.17 at 10:19 pm

Don’t forget about the Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) too.
When Noem was criticized by the Club for Growth, this past spring, for not immediately coming out against it, Mickelson came to her defense and then wrote a piece for the Argus to further express his support for tariffs.

It seems as long as you do not directly tax the income of the elite, they tend to be for taxation….. How interesting…
And they have no problem taxing a ten year old car, taxing food, or taxing the two joys which many working poor tend to favor.

And we definitely need to at least look at a corporate income tax for South Dakota. And to be cute, we will just call it a franchise tax. Heck, the franchise tax never stopped Citibank, Sears Payment Center, The Bank of New York, Capital One, and Wells Fargo from positioning themselves here, did it?….

#2 The D@ily Spin on 06.23.17 at 9:17 am

Perhaps it’s time for an income tax provided it doesn’t kick in until the poverty income level and there’s no sales tax on food or clothing. The rich in this state should be taxed more. The 6% advantage for subsistence assists the poor. At one time, there was a migration from MN into SD. New indirect taxes here makes either state income expenses habitable. Actually, MN is democracy and not corrupt.

#3 pj on 06.23.17 at 11:07 am

club for growth & coc
ohhhhh my gawd
leave now


#4 LJL on 06.25.17 at 12:52 pm

Income tax is a great analogy of todays society.

I’d go longer but I gotta get back to work to pay for somebody else’s food stamps, heating assistance, rent assistance, tattoos, Medicaid…………..