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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Lying Liars and the Imbeciles Who Vote for Them

Dear Varksters, I have been remiss in maintaining my efforts here. We are still percolating along with our business, with record-breaking sales at the anime conventions, and excellent local biz as well, for which we are profoundly thankful. Busy-ness abounds.

Policy people in Washington DC are looking at VAT or a National Sales Tax to goose the flagging income of the givemint.

Please read the piece. Also, please note that the FairTax is prominently not mentioned. The Europhiles are wanting to ADD additional taxes to the income tax, and all the extant invisible taxes we are so blessed with. The FairTax will disband the IRS, repeal the Sixteenth Amendment which established the income tax, and set up a national retail sales tax which will be offset by the reduction in retail prices due to the embedded hidden taxes disappearing in retail goods. You keep your earnings: no witholding, no FICA. You just pay a tax that YOU control by your spending habits. Please read the FairTax info linked above.

This is NOT what the Washington wonks are discussing. They want to ADD a VAT or sales tax to all the rest of the taxes we are burdened with, but I'll bet you credits to Navy beans that they will wrap it in FairTax clothing. It will be a dodge, and a lie; in other words, SOP.

PUSH the FairTax locally, to your friends, write and email your representatives, and teach them this is the ONLY national sales tax to consider. If you value your income, and the financial future of our children, don't be fooled by the liars who spend money to look good for re-election, and forget that it is YOUR money they are spending.

1 comment:

Church Trek said...

Hi, I happened upon your blog via revisiting Honest Things. (Where I commented several years ago, as "peoplenotsheeple")

Only one comment today:

There is only one "fair tax"!

I am working with an organization that advocates replacing all taxes with a single "tax" (more accurately, user fee) for natural resources, aka land. The idea is to unburden production and trade, while equalizing opportunity which ultimately is based in our share of nature's resources. This system brings the principles of biblical economy into the present day.

Land and Justice