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Tax rebellion?

09 Oct

Should the Kenyan administration decide that it is in their best interest and the best interest of American citizens for those citizens to be taxed by a World entity as outlined in this article, will a full-blown tax rebellion not be in order by those same American citizens?  Would not every working person in this country not be within their rights to personally refuse to have taxes withheld from their payroll, opting instead to declare the maximum number of dependents or to pay their tax liabilities at the end of the year?  Should those citizens then simply refuse to file tax returns on a large enough scale, what could the government really do?  Other than to shut down?

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Posted by on October 9, 2012 in Committee of Correspondence

 

10 responses to “Tax rebellion?

  1. Craig Cavanaugh

    October 9, 2012 at 7:10 am

    I don’t know why the hell there’s not a full blown tax rebellion NOW. Oh, wait, I do know. Because most people are STUPID.

     
    • Dannyboy53

      October 9, 2012 at 11:00 am

      “STUPID”…my favorite description of many people in America! Often I used “incredibly” in front of it.

       
  2. Wildflower

    October 9, 2012 at 10:42 am

    this and thre last few blogs just shows the madness of reality going on

    as for a full blown tax rebellion? nada with so many wanting freebies would actually help stomp such a rebellion into the ground……

    rather wait for the day the freebies run out and watch the riots on cable tv

    meanwhile how are you doing these days to continue living after the riots have burnt out amerika?

     
    • Dannyboy53

      October 9, 2012 at 11:39 am

      Wildflower you’re right, it would be a problem getting help with a tax rebellion with nearly half the people in this country benefiting in one way or another from all the taxes taken by extortion from the rest of us. Then one must consider the relatives and friends of that large group that would stand with them, so a clear majority would be against us!

      A suggestion of mine has always been (but impossible to do) have state governments stop sending ANY money to Washington D.C. for anything other than maintenance of our Armed Forces. We actually should not have a standing army, that should have been left to the states (Militia) also as originally discussed. However I think to reorganize now would leave our country more vulnerable than it is.

      Everyone on the gov’t payroll would have to lock up and go home, find a real job and
      become productive citizens like the rest of us! Even pay for their own retirement plan and
      health insurance. Of course with BILLIONS of dollars then in the state treasuries, where it
      belongs, jobs would spring up like weeds. When the Feds ask “what are we supposed to do?”,
      the answer is simple…TRY READING THE CONSTITUTION, BUTT MUNCH and you’ll see your purpose and source of income!

      Local and state politicians should get the message real quick…manage OUR money wisely…when they witness a few of their corrupt Komrades get 50 lashes and with no more free medical care for their shredded asses.

       
      • The Soffitrat

        October 9, 2012 at 4:05 pm

        Find a real job? There aren’t any left here! We are a service economy, which is impossible to expand beyond a certain point. A point which we have already exceeded. Perhaps desperation would force us to begin bringing back those jobs. After all, if we can’t afford to buy products from overseas, we would have no other choice. Once again, Made in U.S.A. would mean something.

         
        • Craig Cavanaugh

          October 9, 2012 at 4:55 pm

          That ain’t no bullshit either. I’m having as good of luck as Dio had trying to find something that pays more than slave wages. This is typical of what I find around here:

          “Service Technician. On a daily basis this person will be responsible for service work and handling new installation projects. Qualified candidates must be able to repair or replace defective equipment, components, and wiring. Candidates must have experience inspecting and testing systems to verify system compliance with plans and specifications and to detect and locate malfunctions. Candidates will also be responsible for adjusting system controls to settings recommended by manufacturer to balance systems.

          The right applicant MUST have a valid driver’s license, clear motor vehicle report, and a clean background and drug screen.”

          And for all that, the pay is $12 an hour. Hell no I’m not doing that for twelve bucks! I won’t open my toolbox for less than $20. They can get one of their “trained monkeys who are lined up at the gate” I’ve been told about everywhere I’ve ever worked. Good luck with that, and duck when they fling their poo.

           
  3. soffitrat

    October 10, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    If the Kenyan should (by some miracle) win re-election, this might be all that is left to us.

     
    • Dannyboy53

      October 10, 2012 at 8:12 pm

      Soffitrat are you talking about the poo mentioned by CC? Yeah CC, there is a lot of that in my area, I’m one of the more fortunate ones in that I have a job in the natural gas field in north central Arkansas. About the only thing tha’s steady around here right now.

       
      • soffitrat

        October 10, 2012 at 8:37 pm

        Yeah, till they shake it up so bad that the New Madrid let’s loose! Then, I suppose, you’ll be in my lap. LOL!

         
        • Dannyboy53

          October 10, 2012 at 8:52 pm

          Just don’t shoot our mounts when we come riding into the compound!

           

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