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A nice thought?

16 Apr

Tax holiday

As the Kenyan’s group of criminals, and racists, begin sticking their noses under the tent to explore the bail out of a failed Detroit, we should be watching closely.

Ask yourself why, under an already burdensome tax liability where 86 million workers are already being forced to support 148 million benefit takers, you should also be responsible for propping up (to the tune of 100 million of your dollars!) a failed Democrat city over failed promises to its employees.   Why you should continue to be punished robbed of your hard work to support the bad decisions and lies of people in a failed urban blight?

Now we find out that this 100M is being slotted to come from the Hardest Hist Fund, a 7.6 Billion dollar Kenyan administration effort established in 2010 to help the 18 states most harmed by the housing downturn.

Did you even know that there is such a program?

Then ask yourself how (because of the Kenyan) such a ludicrous program even got passed our esteemed elected leadership in both parties.  How did it get passed over by our beloved main stream media like CBS, NBC, ABC?

This is just another punishment you are forced to endure.  Just because financing companies, owned by big banks, approved the home loans to those who should have never qualified, and because you work, you are going to pay.  Again, another case of you having to work, earn money, and then pay for the bad decisions of a criminal and racist element.  aka: Federal Government

Finally, ask yourself if you would make the decision to join other working Americans to openly declare a federal tax holiday.  One in which every working American refuses to submit forms or pay any supposed tax liability to a criminal Government and its crooked taxing agency.

Where else could you use this money?    Now, that’s a nice thought.

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3 Comments

Posted by on April 16, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

3 responses to “A nice thought?

  1. rogerunited

    April 16, 2014 at 6:57 pm

    Don’t get too worked up, the money ain’t worth much anymore and soon won’t be worth the paper its printed on.

     
    • The Soffitrat

      April 16, 2014 at 7:03 pm

      That’s right. Thanks for reminding me…

       
    • Dannyboy53

      April 22, 2014 at 11:14 pm

      Roger that roger!

       

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