What the Christmas tree tax means for produce

12/09/2011 09:51:00 AM
Tom Karst

Tom Karst, National EditorIt is a cautionary tale, a story of a helpful if bloodless bureaucracy being played by masterful wordsmiths with a anti-government agenda.


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Chuck Robinson    
Lenexa, Kan.  |  December, 12, 2011 at 02:43 PM

Wow, that was an artful way of calling the Obama administration spineless when it seems the Heritage Foundation and others deserve a shellacking. This will come to pass once the bluster has quieted down after Chirstmas. In the scheme of things, this isn't the big issue to debate, and it is silly to suggest there is any winning it until the factless attackers let up. Why not call out the the people who ginned up the story and completely misrepresented the facts?

Frank Gasperini    
Virginia  |  December, 13, 2011 at 09:29 AM

Good article Tom. This serves to illistrate that agriculture must hold the feet of BOTH sides, both parties to the fire and never assume that political opinions of one side of the other are infallable, just because of who they are.

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