The HAPPY Act was: http://www.dogchannel.com/dog-news/2009 … -care.aspx
Pet care expenses would be tax-deductible under a new measure recently introduced by U.S. Representative Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI).
H.R. 3501, commonly referred to as the Humanity and Pets Partnered Through the Years (HAPPY) Act, would amend the Internal Revenue Code to allow an individual to deduct up to $3,500 for “qualified pet care expenses.”
There are some crazy people up on the hill, on both sides.
I saw this first and thought, wow, jiberish is actually conceding that idiots are on both sides of the political aisle. Then I saw the bill was introduced by a Republican.
I wasn't aware the Republicans are the new Left, nicomp.
Alright! Will you guys please stop fooling around. This already feels like a bad episode of the twilight zone. Surely this is a republican making a statement of some sort.
Kinda like that guy in California trying to promote a bill that would protect marriage by outlawing divorce.
Now I'm a pet owner and $3,500 sounds nice and all. But I wouldn't feel right taking it.
Well, obviously you started the thread. Should be change it to more lunacy from the right?
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