According to John Locke, man’s main purpose for forming commonwealths, is in order to protect property. All laws and regulations of the commonwealth (federal government) are based on the main principle of preserving property.
The state is thus limited in that it cannot take a man’s property away from him. If he has consented to the contract necessary to live in the state, his property is thusly protected by its laws. The only way a man’s property can be taken away is if he breaks his end of the contract and is therefore no longer under contract.
I did not agree to the establishment of any government agency that can accumulate (or manufacture) data, based on my religious or political beliefs for use against me. I do not submit to any authority, established by man elected, which assumes the power to arbitrarily seize property. Neither do I recognize by contract, any branch, sect, or agency, which pretends to hold powers given to it by my government, which enables it to take property or liberty, that is not equally applied to every participant of our social compact.
The IRS must be dismantled completely. Those who have overseen the abuse of power must be charged and tried by a just jury of their peers.
Learn Locke: an excellent dissertation. Go to the 24.35 mark, if you cannot sit still, to discover Rawls and the basis of ‘the Kenyan’s’ (and his colleague’s) mentality.
Locke’s Second Treatise (13-19)