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rknoch Wrote: May 19, 2013 8:18 PM
The FAIR TAX would immediately solve the IRS problem. It would also pave the way for forced government spending on all their wasteful programs, which would smoke out those involved in all the other scandals . . . . by cutting their supply of funds.
raycm98 Wrote: May 20, 2013 12:16 AM
I can't vote at a company stockholder's meeting, unless I invest and own stock. So, how about a flat tax of 10% across the board, on all income, whether earned or investment, and only those that invest/pay taxes can vote. Not a poll tax, but a if-you-have-no-skin-in-the-game-you-don't-participate rule.
Larry in Texas Wrote: May 20, 2013 11:00 PM
I like it, but good luck with getting that enacted, raycm9.
lou23 Wrote: May 22, 2013 1:56 AM
close raycm9... can't limit the voting rights that hard... but I like a ConsumptionTtax even more.

Instead of chasing millions of individuals AND business you can streamline it to just businesses. Would reduce IRS to 20 per cent of what it is now and you would only have to track business finances.... and everyone including illegals, drug dealers, as well as CEO's etc... will pay according to their consumption. The more you spend, the more you pay... don't get much fairer than that.
As for who gets to vote?... graduate H.S. and get vote rights for 4 years. Any law problems, out for 4 years... get back in w/ drug test and 2 yrs. proof w/ quiz of Limbaugh Newsletter....2nd law problem- no vote for 6 yrs- we'll figure out the rest later !

Stuart95 wrote: Is it possible that strong, persistent stands against abortion and homosexuality will hurt, rather than help, the Republican Party? Is it possible that a winning margin's worth of swing and independent voters either don't care about those two issues, or believe the government should not be involved? - The Broken President’s Broken Politics

Dear Comrade Stuart,

I don’t see much evidence that either abortion or gay marriage is an issue that changes general elections, although that’s not true of primary elections.

You are right about this: A wide margin of voters- voters who will...