I've seen many a communist / marxist go on and on about how a man's labor should be untaxable, and should be more of a commodity than ownership of a business. Something about taxation and/or ownership equalling slavery.Or ownership being an absolute evil. And "living wage' being so much more important than hard work, risk, creativity, and evil multi-generational wealth.Surely you don't mean all this.
There's a fine line where the framers understood SOME federal / republic necessities, but wanted to keep them minimal.
And we actually DO need a tax system with representation for this.
Let's just say this thing does find support amongst the Democrats and they start pushing to bring it to a vote in the House.All we need is a few weak kneed Republicans (God knows there are plenty of those!) who are afraid that if they oppose it they will be called "racist" and it passes the House. If Republicans oppose it in the Senate, they will be tarred and feathered by the MSM as Racist Dinosaurs who a opposing a bill which has received bipartisan support in the House.It may seem like a long shot now but, stranger things have happened!
How about this scenario.In the closing days of his Admin in October a much too convenient terrorist attack ala 9/11 allows him to declare an emergency and write an EO staying in office for a third term.Billy
You must hate me.
Just so much discombobulated bull shit is all I can handle in a day.They provided for such, as I recall. In fact, they not only believed it should be minimal, but should be constrained to specific areas they defined. Surely you do not mean a personal income tax. The Founders certainly did not believe an income tax was needed or they would have included one in the Constitution. Most argued against an income tax. Except for Lincoln's unconstitutional foray into an income tax, we managed for about 125 years without one.I do believe you are especially at odds with Mr Jefferson, who also hated bankers with a passion, but who believed no measure of borrowing should ever be undertaken without levying a tax to at least pay the interest, and preferred levying a tax to also pay the principal. That, however, did not include an income tax.BTW, for the record, I believe Thomas Jefferson to be the finest President we have ever had. Not the greatest, as I think no President can ever be great, but the finest.
I would like for the republicans to stop taking our votes for granted. I'm growing weary of voting for the lesser of two evils.
If that happened, I'd expect OUR military to do the right thing and follow the good example of Honduras in 2009. The left HATES what they did. I told my friend from Honduras, "Today, I am a Honduran." He agreed and was proud of his military. The American Left doesn't see it that way.
I figure you can't be too arrogant or a lady of discerning taste, such as Toy, wouldn't put up with your barn yard ways.