Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Fair tax is a trap: Demand NO vote on H.R. 25
In order to understand why H.R. 25 is just another tool of tyrants, you have to go back and see where and when the problem started. Prior to 1913, we had no federal income tax. There was no unconstitutional "Federal" Reserve Banking system and there was no Seventeenth Amendment. This nation thrived in agriculture, manufacturing and industrial output.
In order to fully understand the truth about these fake "solutions" (fair tax, flat tax), you have to do the research. Those taxing schemes are nothing new, but it appears there is big money behind getting that bill passed and we must stop it. If Congress wanted to get rid of the income tax, they could have done it decades ago. The Republicans had control of Congress from January 1995 - December 2006. All they did was continue spending us into unpayable debt. And, yes, the debt is unpayable, and if you think the U.S. won't default on its debt, you are ignoring the hard, cold facts.
Once Americans began to understand the ludicrous hype in Boortz' argument, out came another book to "clarify" the lies:
"Boortz is right. There are some eye-opening new insights unique to this sequel. Like the disclosure that you might "owe more in taxes in the first year of a Fair Tax system than you do today." Or the admission that "the Fair Tax could be even more progressive than our current system." Or the confession that the "implementation of the Fair Tax doesn't mean complete annihilation of the IRS." Or the proposal that "a procedure should be set up in the Treasury Department to collect taxes on Internet and catalog sales, remitting the state and local governments' share to them." FULL STORY