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Taxing income is very unjust and illogical. Moreover, it is quite literally unConstitutional. The 16th Amendment was not passed by 3/4 of the states, as Bill Benson proved with certified government documents. An income tax is a direct tax, anathema to the founders and why it was forbidden in the Constitution. An 18-20% sales tax seems mighty high, but a consumption tax is by far preferable to a tax administered to the citizens at the point of a gun. If you don't think that's true, try not paying your income taxes. Taxes are meant to be created so that the citizen can avoid them by regulating how much they purchase not to control every aspect of their lives and steal their wealth. If there is a worry that it unfairly impacts the lower income level citizens, they could opt to stay with income based information for the purposes of a yearly rebate. It doesn't bother the government to dole out money for everything else, so they could easily do this. That takes the gun out of the equation for the citizenry.
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A Fair Critique of the Fair Tax

Didactus Wrote: Aug 09, 2014 8:59 PM
A consumption tax at the point of sale is also a much more economical way of collecting taxes. The seller does the book work just as she does with state sales taxes and the threat of a gun is never levied on the citizen as it is now. What we have now is nothing more than extortion--another plan, not unlike ObamaCare, to steal our wealth.
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A Fair Critique of the Fair Tax

Didactus Wrote: Aug 09, 2014 8:09 PM
It's 70,000 pages now. That's what happens when the gov't is put in charge of collecting a direct tax from you. The Constitution forbids a direct tax. Don't say the 16th Amendment allows it, because Mr. Bill Benson went to all 48 states and retrieved government certified documents proving the 16th Amendment was not ratified by 3/4 of the states. How's that for conspiracy? The great Jekyl Island conspiracy of bankers, that is.(See "The Law That Never Was") A flat tax is still "direct." Only a consumption tax, such as a set tax on sales at time of purchase, is not direct. The so-called fair tax still relies on your income, not your spending, so it is a direct tax also. The founders knew that the convoluted, unfair and arbitrary way taxes are collected when they are direct is wrong. That's why they put into the Constitution to forbid it.
Absolutely! There is a dictionary definition that says "any attempt to change one's form of government without the consent of the governed." It is one of the definitions of TREASON!
We let the government tax us to fund agreed upon activities? Well, not exactly. First, what the government spends our money on is rarely agreed upon. It has far exceeded its duly constituted duties and has been used to re-form our government, without the consent of the governed, an action that Webster calls one of the forms of treason. Second, we did not consent to be taxed directly. That IS unConstitutional. Yes, we have the 16th Amendment, but that's because the bankers conspired on Jekyl Island to create and pass it through skullduggery and got their flunky Philander Knox to "say" it had passed when it hadn't. Read The Law That Never Was. Mr. Bill Benson has certified government documents from all 48 states that voted in 1913 proving the 16th Amendment was not ratified by 3/4 of the states. Why would it be? The income tax is a DIRECT tax. So is ObamaCare. And, in order to control us and steal our wealth, the IRS has law enforcement powers to put you at the end of a gun to get it so the uber-uber-uber wealthy owners of the Federal Reserve, a private corporation where your income taxes are deposited, the financial district of London, and the bank of the Vatican--the Rothschilds, Warburgs, and other thugs can continue their quest to own the world. The only fair tax is a consumption tax, a tax that can be avoided or monitored, as the founders envisioned. (No flat tax, either, as that is a direct tax.) It would be easy to collect and audit, and would take the gun away from the face of the American citizen. We have been "royally" screwed.
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Don't like the Constitution? Amend it

Didactus Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 8:09 PM
Another thing to consider is that if a Constitutional amendment makes it to the voting booths, can you be sure the results are real? Consider the 16th Amendment. The SC found a direct tax unconstitutional in the late 1800s when at that time it was proposed. So, the Jeckyl Island Cabal came up with an ingenious plan to rob us of our wealth by making the income tax legal through a Constitutional amendment. After the vote, Mr. Philander Knox, a party to the cabal, "declared" the vote as having passed when in fact Mr. Bill Benson who wrote The Law That Never Was visited each of the 48 states, obtained GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED documents proving it was never ratified by 3/4 of the states and yet what do we have--in collusion with the courts? A direct tax called the income tax and now another direct tax called The Affordable Care Act. If you think a change to our Constitution can be properly done, you are, as the despicable Bill Ayers says to anything a conservative propounds: "DREAMING"
The worst part of the Internal Revenue Code, Daniel, is that it exists at all. Bill Benson, author of The Law That Never Was, visited each of the 48 states and obtained government CERTIFIED documents which PROVE that the 16th amendment was not ratified by 3/4 of the states. Why would it be? It is a DIRECT tax-unConstitutional. The Supreme Court struck down the very thing at the end of the 19th century. It was "declared" as ratified by Philander Knox in conspiracy with the Jeckly Island cabal who devised it in the first place for the BANKERS. Get it? Now who runs the world? THE BANKERS! The IRS is now our Gestapo gun-wielding enforcement agency for our lives. That's why ObamaCare is administered by them. Doesn't that just make you feel warm and fuzzy all over? TYRANNY!
The worst part of the Internal Revenue Code, Daniel, is that it exists at all. Bill Benson, author of The Law That Never Was, visited each of the 48 states and obtained government CERTIFIED documents which PROVE that the 16th amendment was not ratified by 3/4 of the states. Why would it be? It is a DIRECT tax-unConstitutional. The Supreme Court struck down the very thing at the end of the 19th century. It was "declared" as ratified by Philander Knox in conspiracy with the Jeckly Island cabal who devised it in the first place for the BANKERS. Get it? Now who runs the world? THE BANKERS! The IRS is now our Gestapo gun-wielding enforcement agency for our lives. That's why ObamaCare is administered by them. Doesn't that just make you feel warm and fuzzy all over? TYRANNY!
Evil is as evil does.
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