Tuesday, January 29, 2008

She is calling for elimination of the gas tax...

...on ethanol and bio-diesel.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

That'll help about 60 people!

Chris said...

Is there a state gas tax in addition to a federal one? I have only lived here for 2 years.

Gary said...

Listening to Generous Genny is taxing -- and causes gas! Thanks for taking the hit for us, Jack.

Anonymous said...

OK, I guess that class on how alternative fuels may actually be worsening the environment was an extra credit thing. May be she wasn't there. Oh yes, and hey, since we do not have jobs, and are loosing our homes, we will certainly benefit from all this new "green" technology, driving our 1976 Chrysler (it's the only thing that is paid for).

conservative said...

Gas taxes should be equal on all fuels - Ethanol and Methanol should be able to stand on their own. Subsidies will just distort the market, much to our detriment in the future.

Anonymous said...

How about getting rid of the sales tax on gasoline first? According to AG Mike Cox that is the primary reason our prices are so high.

Anonymous said...

Sounds pretty typical! Most of these alternative energy schemes only work with tax benies and mandates as Jenny is already aluding to. But the intentions are good even though usually nothing comes of them except higher food and electric and tax bills and a few sharp promoters make a bunch of money! But Jenny and a few other politicians will look good and be gone long before any realizes that bag is empty.