President Bush is absolutey right about eliminating the double tax on dividends. He says it’s wrong because the government not only taxes the corporation but then goes on to tax the dividends paid to shareholders. But I argue that Mr. Bush does not go far enough. My suggestion is that he call for an immediate repeal of all state sales taxes (like good old New Hampshire has done). Think about it — not only does the state tax me on my earnings but then it goes ahead and forces me to pay sales tax (8.25 percent in New York City) on everything except some food and some clothing. Why should I pay taxes twice? Hey, on the Internet, I rarely have to pay tax at all! Who needs taxes anyway?