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Posted on 05/20/2013 10:39:08 AM PDT by neverdem
The White House may invoke it in its peculiar way, but its occupants only show contempt for the rule of law.
Last Thursday, Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) started a Twitter prairie fire with his call for people to describe #ObamacareInThreeWords. (My contribution was Sorry, Doctor retired.)
Other gems included Max Baucus regrets, A massive failure, Rammed down throats and the extremely uncomfortable proof of Godwins Law, Arbeit. Macht. Frei.
Liberal participation brought Win for kids, Republicans suck balls, Republicans hate me...
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) hit the nail on the head in his opening statement at the committees Friday morning hearing on the IRS scandal: Trimming a few branches will not solve the problem when the roots of the tree have gone rotten. And, that is exactly what has happened with our entire tax system it is rotten at the core, and it must be ripped out so we can start fresh. Only then will the American people get a tax system that treats them fairly and honestly, as they deserve.
We have laws which, like Obamacare, were created by special interests and obedient or gullible members of Congress, some well-meaning and some simply using the power of government to reward their friends or increase their own power. Like Obamacare, much of whats in the tax code is unknown to the vast majority of us, even to those politicians who voted for it.
It is time past time for a full frontal assault on big government, on the tax code, on Obamacare, on the power of the IRS, EPA, FCC, NLRB, and the multitudinous other alphabet soup of services, agencies, commissions, and boards that taxpayers have the privilege of funding so that they can bleed us of our wealth and freedom...
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Third, many people don't realize that nearly all liberal political organizations are tax exempt...
my contribution was Impeach.Him.Now
Government has decided that these organizations perform functions that are so worthy that they deserve to escape the corporate taxes.
That’s a lot of tax dollars. Are they all more deserving than other types of business? The non profit sector has grown pretty large.
What to do?
Repeal the 16th Amendment and the related enabling laws for starters.
I posted this on Feb 17 2009:
Welcome to New Kenya (Africa U.S.A.)
“Where the law of the jungle has replaced the Law of the Land”
5 posted on Tue 17 Feb 2009 09:38:56 PM CST by Texas Fossil
I posted it earlier, I think on inaugural day 2009, but could not find it with Google Search. But yes, we new then what we were facing.
The Income Tax is a truly evil thing. It kinda makes slaves of people who work. I’d like to see it repealed for sure.
And here it was posted on Jan 4, 2009:
Welcome to New Kenya (Africa U.S.A.)
Where the law of the jungle has replaced the Law of the Land!
2 posted on Thu 04 Jun 2009 11:18:36 AM CDT by Texas Fossil (Once a Republic, Now a State, Still Texas)
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The law, what a joke. If the Executive and the Attorney General are not going to enforce the law, leading to armies of bureaucrats safe to flaut the law, leading to populations of Americans receiving benefits and free to ignore the law, one would be a FOOL to be the only one actually obeying the law.
I don’t often go there, but mine was “Heil.Three.Times.”
It’s the law, but so is the law in South Carolina that states
“we’re not going to implement it in SC, and neither are you”
And as for their lawlessness,
we now have a thugocracy, that has no authority other than their ability to use force to make you obey.
***** “we now have a thugocracy, that has no authority other than their ability to use force to make you obey.” *****
Really? May work on paper and up there in Govt Offices ...
Try to Enforce it in Texas, they will get a “Bless your Heart” as a dismissal ... if they stick around after that... Pigs and Dogs have to eat too.
That’s where we must go for protection from tyranny - our state governments.
***** “ Thats where we must go for protection from tyranny - our state governments. “ ******
Pretty sure the State of Texas supports the Second Amendment as do our Sheriffs and the Texas Rangers... local Cops may be a mixed bag (at first)
I'm good on relying on myself for protection. Not to say that I can't be killed, but I can't be coerced. And they can only kill me once.
****** “And they can only kill me once.” *******
Yeah... they can only kill You once... they have no idea how many thousands will want to reciprocate the favor.
Yeah me too ... but they will be outnumbered by a factor of a hundred ... in your case I’m thinking a factor of a couple thousand ... (I’m still working on my Peach Cobbler Recipe)
SC is very near the top of my “move-to” states.