Friday, January 23, 2009

LETTER: Saul Anuzis would be a fair tax RNC chair

To The Telegram:
We have great news for FairTax followers. The vote for a new chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) is coming up.

Saul Anuzis is one of the candidates. Saul is currently the Michigan Republican Party Chair. Saul was the FairTax Association Deputy Director. In his position as Michigan Republican Party Chairman Saul did a lot to further our FairTax cause.

If you want a FairTax friend and advocate to head the Republican Party I recommend you contact your state Republican Party leaders and advocate for the election of Saul Anuzis as RNC Chair.

If you’re a Democrat you know that the FairTax makes sure that the poor pay zero federal taxes because of its monthly rebate. Research shows that 20 percent of the cost of goods and services are hidden corporate taxes. The poor spend most of their income and most likely pay the full 20 percent. Research also shows that employees pay 15.3 percent in payroll taxes. Businesses are unable to pay taxes so they take their share of the payroll tax out of their employee’s wages. Most economists agree on that. The lowest income tax rate is 15 percent. Here’s a little math: 20+15.3+15=50.3 percent. We know that the working poor pay at least 50.5 percent in taxes. That doesn’t include any similar state taxes. FULL STORY.

THESE Fair tax people are being deceptive. They put one proposal on their web site and then tell us that isn't the final proposal. So what's the truth?

The truth is that Saul Anuzis is just another liberal Communist in sheep's clothing.

1 comment:

toddesign said...

You said the Fair Tax people are deceptive. Well, that ain't no surprise at all. If they were honest they would not hesitate to inform the people that any tax on their daily labor is a direct tax and must be apportioned according to law. Research shows this to be the case: “The individual, unlike the corporation, cannot be taxed for the mere privilege of existing. The corporation is an artificial entity which owes its existence and charter powers to the state…” Redfield v. Fisher, 292 P. 813, 135 Or. 180, 294 P.461, 73 A.L.R. 721.
Are you an individual or a corporation?
research also shows that anyone acting on behalf of the gov must have a delegation of authority, but you will never know unless you ask for it.
Lavin v. Marsh, 644 F.2d 1378 (9th Cir. 1981): “Persons dealing with the government are charged with knowing government statutes and regulations, and they assume the risk that government agents may exceed their authority and provide misinformation,” 644 F.2d, at 1383.
CONTINENTAL CASUALTY CO. v. UNITED STATES, 113 F2d 284 (5th Cir. 1940):

“Public officers are merely the agents of the public, whose powers and authority are defined and limited by law. Any act without the scope of the authority so defined does not bind the principal, and all persons dealing with such agents are charged with knowledge of the extent of their authority.”
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