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Re: election - delete if not interested

In a message dated 11/19/00 4:24:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<< You do realize that when companies and 
 corporations are excessively taxed that that is money being taken away 
 from those companies that could otherwise go to research and 
 development and implementation of pollution control!  If you want to 
 end pollution then you are going to have to give companies the money 
 to get the job done - that means letting companies and corporations 
 keep more of their hard earned money - that means tax reduction.  

Dear Joe,

I realize that this may sound like a commie conspiracy to you--but how about 
keeping the taxes as high as they are and giving a TAX CREDIT for cleaning up 
their own do-do?  That way, instead of using the money from "tax relief" to 
buy other companies, they can make better neighbors and save some bucks, too.

Nah--it would never get through a Republican Congress.

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