Should We Tax Soda And Junk Food?

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Should We Tax Soda And Junk Food?

  • No. I don’t want my personal problems funding schools or roads.
  • Do whatever you want. There’s no price I wouldn’t pay for Mountain Dew Code Red.
  • Absolutely not. If the price of soda gets too high, then what will I drink? That clear stuff that doesn’t taste like anything?
  • Yes, but only for people who still stand a chance of losing weight.
  • No. Taxes will just lead to more people stashing their Doritos overseas.
  • Yes. You know the people you’re taxing don’t have the energy to fight you on this.
  • No way. I’m already way over my Ranch-Flavored Miscellaneous Foods budget.