a taste of how "some" TeaParty" type people think...

  1. SparklingJewel profile image76
    SparklingJewelposted 6 years ago

    for a discourse to ever come about between "sides" on the issues of US freedoms, liberties and Constitutional perceptions...here is a taste of how some TeaParty people think...

    http://www.newsrealblog.com/2011/05/09/ … our-money/

    any input??? of higher consciousness, please (note: higher consciousness means no name calling) as you may note, not all TeaParty types fit that input parameter either big_smile

    here is one on "tax honesty"

    The Tax Honesty Movement - A Profile
    by Ryan Laniel

    The Tax Honesty movement is based on using the laws and regulations to prove whom and what an income tax has been imposed upon. We simply don't need a change in the law but how it is enforced. The Tax Honesty movement has discovered there is enough evidence contained in the law itself to free us from the leashes of the IRS, The IRS must misapply and out right lie to act under the color of law in their duplicitous attempt to extort revenue.  We educate ourselves in understanding the constitution and tax code because the mission of a lawyer is to negotiate a deal and the judicial system wants to act as the law instead of allowing the citation of it.  Please check out Tax Honesty Patriots on facebook as we cite codes, regulations, suits and other information to familiarize yourselves with the evidence.

        By the way, The constitution allows Direct taxes by apportionment (Article 1 sec 2 clause 3), and duties, imposts and excises (Article 1 sec 8 clause 1) only. There is NO privilege excisable in domestic private sector labor wages.

        The 16th, "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes". Subtitle A imposes a income tax on foreign income, Subtitle C imposes tax on government income. Private sector labor is a right to live, untaxable. The 16th Amend doesnt effect private sector labor. It clarifies it as a excise tax not needing to be apportioned by requirements of the constitution to certain types of "incomes".

        The IRS illegally cross-references (27 CFR)The Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco enforcement regulations to enforce (26 CFR)income taxes on domestic private sector labor wages.

  2. Reality Bytes profile image82
    Reality Bytesposted 6 years ago

    All I can add is the money thrown around in the United States technically does all belong to the Government.

    Try getting caught burning Federal Reserve bills.

    That is what happens when society consents to placing value on fictitious currency!!

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      Texasbetaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I have come to the side of anti-Federal reserve. It took some time, but after learning how the recession happened, they appear to be flat out scoundrels. My initial belief was incorrect.