There Is Nothing More Permanent Than Temporary Measures

Look at Canada:

Personal income tax, introduced under the Income War Tax Act of 1917, was conceived — like the other wartime taxes — as a temporary measure.

Temporary measure, my donkey.

(As a side note, it’s sad that they don’t mind showing this info on a publicly accessible page: it’s another proof that Canadians will enthusiastically swallow every overpriced drop of rat poison as long as its marketing strategy involves a picture of a maple leaf.)

Having found out about this temporary law, I can see another reason for “Western democracies” to urgently come up with a nice, full-featured war.

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