Louisiana To Eliminate Income Tax?

We would be lucky to have a President Jindal. I have liked this man for years. He’s a solid conservative. He’s sharp as a tack, and loves his state & his country.

Republican Governor Bobby Jindal said on Thursday he wants to eliminate all Louisiana personal and corporate income taxes to simplify the state’s tax code and make it more friendly to business.

The governor did not release details of his proposal, but his office released a statement confirming that the taxes are targets of a broader tax reform plan.

“Our goal is to eliminate all personal income tax and all corporate income tax in a revenue neutral manner,” Jindal said in the statement.

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2 Responses to Louisiana To Eliminate Income Tax?

  1. vanagram says:

    “WHAAAAAAT? How can we possibly redistribute income from the wealthy to the poor without personal or corporate income tax?” — cried every lefty liberal east of the Mississippi.

  2. RJ says:

    Once again economic muggles everywhere were dumbfounded.

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