birth tax
 n.— «Reid has been more than willing to stand up to the Administration on every issue from protecting Social Security to blocking federal nominations of extremist judges. And he’s coined some nifty phrases, as well, like calling the growing deficit a “birth tax.” The deficit is, in effect, a birth tax for the next wave of Americans, placing a financial burden on future generations.» —“Reid it and weep” by Benari (bpoulten) Blue Notes (New York City) Mar. 4, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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