posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 11:39 PM
Are you kidding me?......you're kidding , right?
Not so fast.....
The Environmental Protection Agency doesn't want to tax you, but it does want to levy a tax on the amount of gas livestock produce. Carol
Williams and her husband Everett have about 1,200 cows at their Morgan County farm. Those cows pass a lot of gas. “I think there's been some
studies done. Don't remember the figures. said Everett Williams. I mean some of these girls are pretty good size girls,” Carol Williams. The
methane gas released by livestock affects the atmosphere. The EPA's idea is to tax each dairy cow $175 a year and each beef cow $80 for the
pleasure. The cows won't pay, but the Williams will. “About $150,000 a year. Basically it would put me out of business,” said Everett
Has anyone by chance read "Unintended Consequences"? I think it's time for a party...