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I said -- so many times if governments were half as creative cutting spending as there were coming out -- new ways to raise taxes to lose that.
-- -- anyway when it comes to getting out of their veritable Werner Von -- without the box and doesn't my friend immediately.
There is even so no it's this need this one I don't know it's only you laughing and crying -- I think or crime.
But topic one Marilyn you might heard about it Steve it's taxing -- the idea is to -- those homes.
That disproportionately benefit from mother nature that's a long and sort of it.
But I think the ideas -- wet I mean it's an original way to get money but it's it's the most -- this thing I'd ever.
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If I give a standing or if it weren't tied down with microphone wired earpiece like -- from weapons acts -- -- you standing you know a fantastic.
Let's of this topic you're gonna talk about the rain tax.
Which is -- it's a great example to point to as far as the government that's far exceeded its its original parameters a legitimate purview of its role.
But the problem is for every rain water taxi here about -- the other 5040.
Thousands of taxes that nobody -- about what you pointed out earlier Michelle -- a lot of people don't like hearing it because it's crunching numbers it's factual.
But it -- the rain water here.
I can't really think of any anything more indicative of punishing success that literally taxing someone more because they happen have a larger house that is of course except for punishing someone -- taxing them more because they have the audacity.
To make a higher income.
But even if you're -- talk about the rain tax -- You talked about I mean take goods and services taxes cigarette taxes energy tax is a great example -- talk about this before where I'm from and to back the government loves to tax things and then blame companies.
He's big oil that you scapegoats and go back there with a company called us so they hated big oil so much and they were protesting -- and gas station because they'll pay 23 times the amount.
In gas that we will hear that actually put up a pie -- saying okay here's the not a profit we make this little little sliver here.
Vs what go to the national and provincial governments basically a good example here's.
We get to tax time -- nearly ever joined when you join a gym.
Yeah they have the like the processing stadium had to pay a processing -- Virginia I hear they have these things but got -- They have these outlooks when you what a proud -- -- there it is demos from what I read my.
And a pocket Ehrlich rob but -- -- idea what the processing fee is is it's taking the signed contract.
From the -- And putting it in a big underneath the counter so what think of that kind of cut bureaucracy and -- good I don't government that's an excellent rounds you write about that.
Only adds billions of dollars in its bankrupt in the country -- a little more severe.
-- to that point about the ideas of under the counted topic to -- hell has frozen over we're sort of say Taco Bell has frozen over the last of the fast -- Police holdouts it's given and it's going out -- at least healthier it's promising -- new lead and LB menu.
Our Steve I trust.
How you get those supplied -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't know why go at the -- had enough that the specific I don't know it would I was just sounded good up out of the witching -- when it.
Some good I can appreciate the creativity that here but -- and I.
I'm not the business Mike left us I don't like to assume motives maybe they're doing it like McDonald's didn't response to several McDonald was knocked off as the number one fast food franchise -- offered many healthier alternatives.
But it doesn't like -- I mean -- -- go to Taco Bell expecting something healthy to give an example you can buy an extremist chicken grilled stuff -- invited these double BNG real.
And it cost the same.
As the gum ball 125 cent machine how they're doing that I don't know I assume it's pretty unhealthy but if -- don't have to keep the government off their back.
That's a real problem but doesn't get -- -- tiger.
I don't think about it C dot I always thought in the early as a McDonald's did this -- to salads -- not that they did in the early days that they were selling a lot of solace.
But they could say look we are giving people a choice here so they they can come in and say -- -- Louis we've covered our you know what -- bit.
-- the village to be satisfied and I think at Taco Bell to sort of blond on the that.
Did you think did I get a lot of choices that have to be offered now are because the government bureaucracy good example right nowadays everyone hates trans fat it's -- to -- trans fats.
Why don't we use trans fat because the Neil vegetarian environmental food lobby told McDonald and fast.
You can't use -- he can't use beat cal because that's saturated fat.
Which the government came out with a black causes high cholesterol which we now know to be their.
I believe almost all these companies use hydrogenated vegetable -- how do you get oil from soybean -- it's not natural not -- but -- find out trans -- from hydrogenated -- -- -- -- -- these same lobbyist groups they come out and protest trans -- I.
I want people.
-- if these companies like Taco Bell.
Have the choice to give -- -- crap that's unhealthy.
What I love or stop what is healthy what -- -- -- but they don't always have those choice and not -- -- that a lot of Americans don't know about and of course to end up paying it on a -- like you talked about.
And they have no idea there is great wisdom do you loving man.
Thank you very much -- to -- good see again.
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