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Anti-Tax “Carrot Rebellion”

El_Loco_JP Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 8:28 AM
Go suck eggs! It may be your gov't bit It's NOT mine. It was bought and paid for by welfare promoting politicians who promise everything for free to deadbeats and expect me to pay for it. My gov't would protect me from all enemies, foreign and domestic. This one doesn't. Until we disenfranchise all voters who receive unearned "entitlements" and vote themselves gov't "largess" each election, we will continue down the road to oblivion. I cry for my once great republic.
curmudgeon10 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 4:25 PM
dude, we are not headed down the road to oblivion. we are already there. what do you think was the message of the election of '12? the worst president in history got easily reelected. the parasites outnumber and outvote the workers. the time to disenfranchise the parasites was before the first welfare check was sent. the only one being disenfranchised now is the honest worker.
Trude3 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 10:06 AM
I am with you, El Loco. The domestic enemies are now in charge.

If there was a prize for fighting back against tax authorities, the Italians would probably deserve first place. I’m not aware of any other country where tax offices get firebombed. The Italians also believe in passive forms of resistance, with tens of thousands of boat owners sailing away to protect themselves from the government.

But the Spanish are beginning to get into the swing of things, perhaps because they are increasingly upset by the plethora of tax hikes imposed by the supposedly right-of-center government in Madrid.

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