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TOJEN TOJEN 46-50, F 21 Answers Mar 15, 2012

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You will see that one day these ********** will tax air we breathe!

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what a ripoff the country is

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I think we should have Sandra Fluke stand in front of Nancy Pelosi committee and testify that tampons cost the average woman $3000 a year.<br />
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Then Obama will make them free and force all schools including male only schools and pre-schools to stock them for every student.

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Wonderful ideas.

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Their gonna TAX you till you BLEED..!

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when you buy a box of tampon's you still have to pay taxes anyway, having a period isn't free

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Theyre an essential, they should be on the NHS imo.

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That must be One broke Government!!!

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I don't think a tax on tampons or pads is ripping women off any more than a tax on tp or napkins or paper towels or condoms or shaving cream or razors or after shave or those types of things. As long as it is not JUST on items that women use it isn't a bad thing. That's my point.

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just as bad as tax on diapers

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rip off

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no a tax on overweight people.tax them hard. .would be best.think about it?,the benafits it would have.

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Please, show some sensitivity for over weight folk.

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i wont.they have them selfs to blame.ive yet to see an over weight person that dosent over eat.

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Ah, why not? They tax everything else. :P

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Rip off!!!...living in a house of 3 females....its a JOKE!!! ....NOT!!!!!!

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Women are getting ripped off enough just buying them--really-how much can they actually cost to make? Taxing them would be overkill.

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The great British establishment tax my tampons.

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How about toilet paper?

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The british empire is ****.

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It's wrong.<br />
Seriously???<br />
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They're considered an essential item and are exempt from our Goods and Services Tax here.

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