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    you folks may be aware of this already. I just heard about it today. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/113/hr3018/text
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    This looks bad if it passes. Time to write your reps. It does work!
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    IT WILL NEVER PASS.

    WHAT WE NEED IS A DUMB ASS LAW MAKER TAX EVERY TIME A LAW MAKER WASTES AMERICAN TAX DOLLARS ON A BILLL THAT DOENT PASS THE WRITER OF THE BILL WILL FINED 75% OF HIS WAGES FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS.

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    The British tried that crap in the late 1700s. Around 1775 people had had enough and mother friggen saaannnaapped.
    These are the same scum sucking dogs who opted out of the Nappy health plan because it sucked and got their own health insurance..
    These are the same people who get their salaries for LIFE when they leave office.
    They must have missed the "9/11 Bike Ride to D.C." People have just about had enough.. As with any tax that gets to crazy. It will create and underground market and they can kiss ass with their taxes..
    Keep pushing and the honest citizen may just push back..
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    Today's Income Tax: 10% - 39.5% (income dependant)
    Today's Corporate Tax: 15% - 35%
    Today's Congressional Approval Rating ~ 18.8% (RCP Average)

    Income Tax Prior to American Revolution: Regulated at a local level on sales and trade of products.
    Tea Tax: 4% (when converted from a shilling and that's only if you purchased tea as tax was imposed upon purchase)
    Approval rating of King George III and Parliament amongst colonists prior to Revolution ~ 36%

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    +1 on that. Wonder how much $ is wasted every year by these f.cktards when they put forth these stupid props. RECALL ALL POLITITIONS THAT COME UP WITH STUPID LAWS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtdew View Post
    +1 on that. Wonder how much $ is wasted every year by these f.cktards when they put forth these stupid props. RECALL ALL POLITITIONS THAT COME UP WITH STUPID LAWS!
    Funny thing is, they do not even write the damn laws. Their assistants do, then they sign them..
    Kind of like when Piglozie said about the Nappy health care bill. "Hell I don't know whats in it, your going to have to read it to understand it." Huh, interesting.. Constitutional lawyers still can't figure the damn thing out..
    Just bought a Colt .45 Special Agent. $750.. Florida tax $46.50. Now Colt made the weapon hiring employees. It had to be shipped putting people to work..My Bro Pedro at my FFL fun shop, who talks me into buying things I do not want, has a job..
    Now I buy ammunition and pay tax on that..Someone made the ammo putting people to work. Imported? so what, American dock workers unloaded it..
    Now take a peek at companies still producing products "Made in America." If and I doubt it will pass as biggun says. They levy a tax of 50% on our guns? The stupid commie Mother F#$Kers will shut down the only business making money and paying taxes left in America..
    50 million people in America on food stamps.. I will carry and use a mother friggen cross bow before I pay that tax..
    http://www.naturalnews.com/042094_fo...l_economy.html
    British General Gage just before the battle at Concord Bridge, when the Brits came to take the Colonials munitions.. The war did not start over taxes, it began when they came for the Colonials powder..
    "I do not agree with this decision, but I will follow orders.. This is a bad idea in my opinion." They should have listened to General Gage..
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    i 2nd that .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abukai08 View Post
    Today's Income Tax: 10% - 39.5% (income dependant)
    Today's Corporate Tax: 15% - 35%
    Today's Congressional Approval Rating ~ 18.8% (RCP Average)

    Income Tax Prior to American Revolution: Regulated at a local level on sales and trade of products.
    Tea Tax: 4% (when converted from a shilling and that's only if you purchased tea as tax was imposed upon purchase)
    Approval rating of King George III and Parliament amongst colonists prior to Revolution ~ 36%

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    Well put brother.
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    if the economy don't improve the tax ain't going to be collecting much cause there is no $$$ TO TAX!

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