Monday, April 28, 2008


That's what one energy analyst calls the proposed fuel tax holiday. I mean, what's a fuel tax holiday going to save me? 20 cents per gallon? Big whoop. So I save $2 every week when I go to the pump. The holiday is longer than I expected however. It's supposedly proposed to run from Memorial Day through Labor Day. I just don't think, like most things politicians propose today, that it's going to make any major impact. Better yet, why not take that tax money (supposedly it'll add up to $10 billion dollars) and divert it towards research? We send about that much money to Iraq in a week.

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