Glenn Jacobs issues a challenge
Glenn “Kane” Jacobs has challenged Tennessee Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey to publicly debate the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate:
“Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey claims that the Internet sales tax mandate is not a new tax. Nor, according to Ramsey, is it an unfair tax,” Jacobs, whose stage name is Kane, said. “Ramsey is wrong on both counts. I, therefore, invite Lt. Gov. Ramsey for a policy debate on the issue of the Marketplace Fairness Act in a public forum at his convenience.”
Hopefully Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey will accept the challenge, but I suspect the Lieutenant Governor does not want to see Mr. Jacobs deliver a Tombstone Piledriver to the arguments for the National Internet Tax Mandate.
Perhaps C4L members in Tennessee should contact Lieutenant Governor Ramsey and ask him to accept Glenn Jacobs’ challenge.