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Susan Lindsey
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For over 80 years, the American cookie jar has made an iconic statement in kitchens throughout the US!  Check out SundryShop's great selection & carry on the tradition!  #vintage #cookiejar #vintagecookiejar http://bit.ly/1nPLeIv
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Read about SundryShop.com customer reward points.  You can earn one point for every dollar spent and earn points when you share!

Save while you collect great holiday decoration brands such as collectible Christopher Radko, Patricia Breen, Kurt Adler Polonaise, Slavic Treasures, Vaillancourt Folk Art, Waterford, Reed & Barton and much more.

And a growing assort of fine antiques and vintage collectibles, as well!
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20% discount on all merchandise in the SundryShop web store!  The annual holiday sales!  Sales ends 12/23/13.

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Repesentative Massie makes all the points and is now leading the charge on one of the most important pieces of legislation ever to reach Congress.  Until this time, the Marketplace Fairness Act has largely flow under the radar.  The ramifications are far reaching and would forever change our country by creating a "virtual united states of America" where "borders now longer mean anything".  On 6/6/13, Representative Massie also had a bipartisan letter that he authored signed by 15 others.  Please share this video and his letter.  We must unite and rally so as to oppose the Marketplace Fairness Act because, if it passes, it will forever change the landscape of how states deal with national government and with each other and will forever thwart the free Internet that now provides immense opportunities for creative, innovative Americans who are innovating and creating small, nimble businesses.  The big box companies are in favor of the MFA because it would substantially thwart emerging businesses that would compete against the big box "brick n' click" dominance on the Internet and brick & mortar retails.

Representative Massie's video deserves to be shared.  We cannot allow the MFA to fly beneath the radar any longer.  The MFA is of critical importance and we must unite in sharing information about the act to our friends, neighbors, family, and associates and in writing our representatives.

To learn morea bout the MFA, please LIKE, read, and comment on https://www.facebook.com/OpposeInternetSalesTaxes?fref=ts

We are planning a flyin on 6/25 and 6/26.  Please visit eMainStreet.org if you would like to sign up.

Please circulate the bipartisan letter that Massie wrote and 15 other house members signed:  http://massie.house.gov/sites/massie.house.gov/files/documents/MFA%20Leadership%20Letter%20Final.pdf
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SundryShop offers the biggest selection of collectible Christopher Radko, Patricia Breen, Larry Fraga, Vaillancourt, vintage European hand blown glass ornaments on the Internet!  Supply limited, so buy now!  Free shipping!
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Wonderful Valentines gifts, unique and collectible investments, will ship same day if purchased prior to 4:00pm.  Check it out!  Hand blown European glass ornament collectibles.  https://www.facebook.com/SundryShop
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20% off SundryShop eBay store fixed price items! Free shipping when you buy $00 & more (combined shipping included!) Sales Ends February 12, 2014. http://stores.ebay.com/SundryShop

Save on collectible Christopher Radko, Patricia Breen, Larry Fraga, Slavic Treasures, Vaillancourt Folk Art, Kurt Adler Polonaise handblown glass European glass ornaments, cookie jars, and holiday home decoration!

Great savings on designer jewelry! More

Will ship same day when merchandise is purchased 4:00pm or earlier! You can contact us to determine how we can further expedite so merchandise is received by the 14th

Check back often since we'll be adding more. Our free shipping terms as explained above applies to all purchased merchandise until the sale ends!

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Strongly support this article. It’s accurate.

We’re planning a fly in to Washington, D.C., to represent all small buseinsses because, while online busiensses are being targetted and scapegoated right now, the “remote seller” wording means that the abuse can spread to all types of smaller businesses. So, pleaes suport us by signing the letter at eMainStreet.org and getting involved!

And, guess who supports the cost of third party software (very complicated) and also the audits? Well, the state tax payers of the USA – another big hit for the middle class! The AAA-CPA has also concluded that the cost to fund the MFA is likely to exceed the use tax collected! Simply fiscal foolishness that congress has supported because the big box companies are throwing tends of millions of dollars lobbying in favor of the act at congress, all because it will largely eliminated small busienss competition for them. These monstrously big companies extremely benefit with small margins of profit and anything that they pick up will increase their stock share prices! That’s what their focus is all about.

You can also find information at https://www.facebook.com/OpposeInternetSalesTaxes/posts/378130348954569?notif_t=like
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Particularly when banks are reluctant to lend, businesses are more vulnerable than ever to succumbing because of under-capitalization. The Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) would target and weaken the business sector that deserves to be nurtured and supported because they produce jobs. No recession has recovered without small businesses hiring, instead of outsourcing. To waste the talents and energies of these entrepreneurs so as to "level the playing field", a false euphemism that has been created to exploit an artificial rift between brick and mortar retail and online businesses. The euphemism allows the age-old strategy of “divide” and “conquer” to permit big business and big government to achieve self-serving gains.

Among small business, success should not be deemed an “either” “or” matter in which small online business some how deserve to be tamed. In reality, many smaller businesses conduct 50% of their sales in retail stores & 50% online, and they believe that the MFA would squash them. Many other small businesses never entered the technology arena during the rapid changes that occurred during the last 20 years and deserve help in doing so.

If small business owners believe that the MFA would allow them to compete more successfully against big business, they are wrong. Big box companies, which hold real estate throughout the country, not only dominate 83% of Internet sales but also a big chunk of B&M retail. They also already pay sate taxes. They would only benefit if the MFA were to be passed by greatly reducing any competitive edge that smaller businesses would otherwise have.

The Internet is an avenue for upward mobility.  Young people with college degrees have created their own, unique businesses.  Minorities who have suffered very badly during this economic down turn are choosing to create family businesses in lieu of working for Wal-Mart for wages that don't feed their families.  The Internet must remain free and viable to support upward mobility in this country!  

Small businesses must unite now!  LIKE https://www.facebook.com/OpposeInternetSalesTaxes?ref=hl
JOIN this group now! https://www.facebook.com/groups/fairsalestax/?ref=ts&fref=ts
Oppose the MFA now with this petition! http://www.causes.com/actions/1750204-oppose
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Particularly when banks are reluctant to lend, businesses are more vulnerable than ever to succumbing because of under-capitalization. The Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) would target and weaken the business sector that deserves to be nurtured and supported because they produce jobs. No recession has recovered without small businesses hiring, instead of outsourcing. To waste the talents and energies of these entrepreneurs so as to "level the playing field", a false euphemism that has been created to exploit an artificial rift between brick and mortar retail and online businesses. The euphemism allows the age-old strategy of “divide” and “conquer” to permit big business and big government to achieve self-serving gains.

Among small business, success should not be deemed an “either” “or” matter in which small online business some how deserve to be tamed. In reality, many smaller businesses conduct 50% of their sales in retail stores & 50% online, and they believe that the MFA would squash them. Many other small businesses never entered the technology arena during the rapid changes that occurred during the last 20 years and deserve help in doing so.

If small business owners believe that the MFA would allow them to compete more successfully against big business, they are wrong. Big box companies, which hold real estate throughout the country, not only dominate 83% of Internet sales but also a big chunk of B&M retail. They also already pay sate taxes. They would only benefit if the MFA were to be passed by greatly reducing any competitive edge that smaller businesses would otherwise have.

Small businesses must unite now!  LIKE https://www.facebook.com/OpposeInternetSalesTaxes?ref=hl
JOIN this group now! https://www.facebook.com/groups/fairsalestax/?ref=ts&fref=ts
Oppose the MFA now with this petition! http://www.causes.com/actions/1750204-oppose
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The senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act on 4/6/13 after rushing it through without discussion. The act is not fair, and we need your help so the House of Reps reject the act. Vote NO now with this petition! And please share!

Online sellers would be expected to remit use tax to over 13,000 sales tax districts throughout the US and never realize benefits to the seller's own sales tax district. The tax doesn't level the playing field. Instead the greatest portion of the use tax evasion will continue, thereby discriminating against online business, will cause states to pay more taxes because of substantial hidden costs related to implementing software & covering audit costs that the Wall Street Journal expects would be 50 per online seller (best case scenario if the software works perfectly), (tax audits would be filed from other states outside the seller's), is bad for all small business, will give big business a huge advantage, and will hurt the economic recovery!

There is much misunderstanding about this act.  And small businesses have virtually no lobbying force in Washington, D.C. We need everyone's help, please, so we can gain a voice!

Read more when you vote! Vote NO now & please share!
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We at SundryShop.com have sold on the Internet since 1997.  We buy collections and sell on consignment.  With over 40,000 different customers, we enjoy a 60% repeat business.  
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As a small family business we enjoy over 40,000 customers and a 60% repeat business rate. We love our customers & have worked very hard to earn their loyalty.
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