The tax guru, Grover Norquist, recently wrote a piece featured in National Review explaining the need for a permanent ban and how the issue has been passed to following sessions of Congress. A tax on the Internet has never been an acceptable ideal, and both parties have repeatedly voted to keep a ban on such a tax in place. Unfortunately, these bans have all been temporary, thus forcing a new vote to occur every so often.
Shockingly enough, Minority Leader Harry Reid and his cronies are stirring up a new fight to remove the ban from current legislation. As Grover states is his own article,
“One of the greatest barriers to Internet access is cost. For example, a tax that increased the price of Internet access by just 1 percent would reduce demand for Internet access.”
Check out the full article on National Review.