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Ed Brown Income Tax SNIPER Insanity!

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  1. helpless

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    Wow. The man's lucky to be alive. For that matter so is the dog. Lon Horiuchi must be working this place too. :mad:
     
  4. helpless

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    Lon Horiuchi Had to google because I didnt know who this was.
     
  5. Mumwaldee

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    Wish I lived closer.
     
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    Anyone want to venture a guess as to how much the gov't has spent on these operations? I'm willing to bet more than the couple owed in back taxes. This is totally stupid. I mean they just owe money, nothing to shoot anyone over.
     
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    Amazing how much effort they put into this instead of pursuing drugs, illegals, or gangs committing violence. The truth is there is no law on the books requiring payment of federal income tax on wages and if that got out to the masses it would cause chaos so they have to crush these "separatists".

    If you have a couple hours to burn you may want to watch Freedom to Fascism.

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1656880303867390173&q=freedom+to+fascism&hl=en
     
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    The founding fathers never intended for there to be any tax on income. The federal government was supposed to support itself through tariffs on imports. Business interests would help regulate the spending power of the government by fight unreasonable tariffs. It is amazing how we've come to accept what was pitched as a "temporary war-time expediency" as a permanent part of our daily lives.


    Jeffeson
     
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    Um, read this part of Chapter 1 of US Code, Title 26 lately?

    Personally, I think income taxes need to be abolished, but claiming there is "no law on the books" for them is pretty ridiculous seeing as there most obviously is.
     
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    Warbow, I'm keeping an open mind on the income tax issue. But the section you linked is only defining how much tax is imposed on "taxable income". First, you have to determine if you even have taxable income.
     
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    Um, you must be more knowledgeable than the IRS Commissioner because he can't seem to find it or quote it.
     
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    What's up with the shirtless commentary? If he wants to be taken seriously get dressed.
     
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    "no taxation" or "no taxation w/o representation"?
     
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    i think he was showing off his taser burns
     
  15. helpless

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    Yes he was showing how he was roughed up. I think the guy is a decorated Desert Storm Vet.
     
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    This is interrupting my Paris Hilton coverage......
     
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    Ok, there we go....between Paris and the shake-up at the JCS, I found a
    moment to listen to some of "shirtless dude walks dog".....

    Warbow, thanks for the link. It explains things very clearly. Let's go back
    to an earlier clarity that even most math-challenged Americans will understand
    quite easily:

    Using the CPI calculator from the Federal Reserve:

    http://www.minneapolisfed.org/Research/data/us/calc/index.cfm

    and this 1913 tax rate from the IRS:

    http://www.irs.gov/irs/article/0,,id=149200,00.html

    You would only pay a 1% federal tax on an income OVER $62273.

    Would this free anyone up to buy some more guns and ammo? Yes? OK,
    you can thank me when we return to the appropriate tax rates.....;)
     
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    Tax Protest Brown is still OT.
     
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