Those are almost common as the "get cheap Viagra" emails that flood inboxes.Malum Prohibitum said:Yeah, I hate them, too, but don't let your hatred cause you to fall for the scams that are out there. I am reproducing a portion of what I wrote to another, inquiring into a certain scam that has been floating around out there trying to convince people that they need not pay their taxes and providing a link. I will not provide the link because I do not want anybody later claiming I sent them to these people:
Read the rest of the story HERE.Rick Stanley, a Denver-based Web radio host and a militia leader, urged listeners to join Brown at his home.
"We are continuing to ask patriots to surround Ed Brown's property and life with a ring of armed Americans with firearms and video cameras to protect a fellow American," he said. "This is the flash point. This is the time of raised pitchforks."
This clown doesn't come off as a patriot. He comes off as an IDIOT. He does more harm for the cause than good because he gives the press a moron to point to and imply we are all that stupid.Foul said:"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."
-- Thomas Jefferson
asbrand said:My main complaint about taxes is thus...
I don't mind having to pay some money to the gub'mint to get things working. That's society. Fine.
However, I have a BIG problem with them taxing my money multiple times.
Either tax it before I get paid (income tax) or after when I spend it (sales tax). Not both.
New money earned should only ever be taxed ONE time. Period.
Yep. While I believed the 861 stuff for a while and can see how some people could get sucked in, that does not make it right. This guy is focusing on the point that "the government is making you pay when you don't have to". The point should be "the government has twisted the law to screw us out of our money unfairly".Macktee said: