Gas Tax

A few questions:
  • Do you consider yourself a climate change activist?
  • Do you think a government lifeline to the Big 2.5 automobile manufacturers is a good idea?
  • Do you think domestic infrastructure spending should have a steady funding source?
  • Do you think our country should wean itself from foreign suppliers of oil?
  • Do you think our country should develop non-fossil fuel sources of energy?
  • Do you think our government has even a minimal role to play in developing non-fossil fuel sources of energy?
Answering yes to any one of those questions means you support, or at least should support, increasing the federal tax on retail purchase of gasoline.

1 comment:

Lou said...

The author of that article is 100% correct. In the long run, high gas prices would be beneficial to America for all the reasons listed.

Unfortunately, I don't think there is a politician in Washington that has the balls to support this type of intiative. It's too easy for the media or their political opponents to turn this into a "he voted for high gas prices". Joe average American won't understand the long-term benefits, only the short term cost.