from the hands-in-the-cookie-jar dept.
talien79 writes "Taxing video games has a storied history in state legislatures. The reality is that video games, violent or otherwise, simply make too much money to be stopped. But taxing them is a viable compromise, a 'sin tax' of sorts similar to that levied on cigarettes. This article reviews the time-honored tactic of politicians pandering to their base: taxing violent video games."
The last person that quit or was fired will be held responsible for
everything that goes wrong -- until the next person quits or is fired.