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The 13th Amendment of the Constitution protects citizens from involuntary servitude, therefore businesses voluntarily collect taxes for the government. Technically, a business should be able to "write off" the costs involved with all aspects of collecting taxes of any kind and not be at risk for their action. If everyone refused to "voluntarily" collect them, what a dilemma the government would be in. Perhaps it is time to force the hand of the Supreme Court to accept tax related cases, eliminate compelled voluntary submission by businesses and free them up to invest their time and energy to becomming more profitable and create more private sector jobs.
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Unlicensed To Kill

John442 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:59 PM
Driving without a license is illegal, driving without insurance is illegal. Take the vehicles and auction them off in either case, no recourse. Rosenbergs should sue the city for $100 mil or so, forcing them to repeal any ordinance that violates the existing laws. Every time the city fails to enforce, sue. Sue until they submit to enforcement. Demand a jury, the judges are politically motivated and refuse to enforce immigration laws, work requirements and every other Constitutional requirement that is inconvenient to buying illegal votes.
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Let's See You Prove Otherwise

John442 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 7:36 AM
I find it appalling that so many forum participants make loath able comments. Why not stick to the facts and back them up with data, not drivel. For those of you with zero grasp of the Constitution or history, today's "ultra-conservative" is actually a "middle of the road" thinker. Do your homework, study both sides of issues, quit reading your newspaper and watching TV. You'll be both happier AND much smarter.
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