Friday, May 6, 2011

Obama Administration Floats Draft Plan To Tax Cars By The Mile

The Obama administration has floated a transportation authorization bill that would require the study and implementation of a plan to tax automobile drivers based on how many miles they drive.
The plan is a part of the administration's Transportation Opportunities Act, an undated draft of which was obtained this week by Transportation Weekly.
The White House, however, said the bill is only an early draft that was not formally circulated within the administration.
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  1. So y is comms on the up with the $??
    It’s simple, Flay&salt Rothschild Inc & they’ll fold (google – Rothschild silver), these creatures are truly evil
    How come it has come to this, is this the culmination of thousands of years of civilization?
    Fighting over fiat, IMF, oil, “fucking – spheres of influence”, wars to support fiat etc, and we are to somehow progress as humanity at the same time?
    Kissinger put it succinctly in ’68 “the world needs population reduction by 1.5bn by 1996, useless eaters class has to diminish”……this is true and can be verified.

    SLA…SLAY Rothschild Inc, flay and salt the bastards, buy silver or perish.

  2. things to consider to gas less auto's and it's free..? well states will enact taxes/fees/charges for green cars, in plate tags/licensing etc etc..ride a bike-cycle, plates are being considered, along with yearly tags and registration-money, and will know you as you pass the intersection camera's and also can extract money for road maintenance that matter how you cut it they'll have their fee's payed to use the roads and higher fee's at that. add more toll roads, having to carry your papers-onboard rfid. some rich policy enacter said once-in the future only the rich will travel!

  3. Ther is no incentive to by a Prius or any other electric car if a set of tires is $900. and if they start a mileage tax. The gas tax should cover highway costs; car tags pay for it too (road maintenance.)The guv. is whacked out for bringing something like this up with the econ. the way it is.


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