WASHINGTON, D.C. –
Garbage is America’s biggest export, and soon taxpayers will be expected to foot the bill. New measures will include a garbage bag tax, as well as additional taxes on products that exceed a certain amount of packaging, which will be passed along to consumers who buy the products.
Economist Allon Ardon says this will damage the economy. “I’m very concerned about the economic impacts we will see as a result of this new tax. The American economy is based upon being able to throw things away with no second thoughts. People may actually start donating unwanted goods to charity or re-using trash. This could be disastrous.”
Hoarders will benefit from this bill, receiving a tax credit of up to $3,000, with documentation that they are collecting trash.
Ardon says, “They trash isn’t the problem. Exporting it is. We need to get create with managing our garbage.”
Hoarder Bill Willis says that he is now “extremely grateful” for all the junk he’s collected over the years.
“My tax guy says that next year I’ll get a big fat check thanks to all the shit I’ve had socked away all these years,” said Willis. “It’s really something else. I only wish my bitch ex-wife were still around to see me gloat. She told me that my stuff was worthless, we’ll screw you, Debbie!”