- 'Fair Tax' Is A Trap
Demand NO Vote On HR 25
- The other night on the boob tube I caught
a commercial featuring a talk show host named Neal Boortz, Michael Reagan
(adopted son of former president, Ronald Reagan) and the vile Newt Gingrich.
All pushing for another dangerous taxing scheme that will not cure the
cancer, only continue to feed the beast.
- Boortz has been on this "fair" tax bandwagon
for years. It's obvious he has zero understanding of the Federal Reserve
and why such a taxing scheme would only continue to steal the fruits of
our labor to fund massive government spending.
- Michael Reagan is also a talk show host who, like Boortz,
has zero understanding of our monetary system and its feeding artery: the
- Newt Gingrich sold out this country decades ago with
his votes. Besides being a
serial adulterer and ethtically bankrupt , Newt Gingrich is the
global master's trophy boy. He hopes the Republicans take control of Congress
in November because there's no doubt in my mind, Gingrich is out to be
president of these united States of America. We can never let that happen.
Do you know Newt was caught on tape saying the ridiculous "Contract
with America" was nothing but a PR tool for incoming freshmen members
of Congress? Yes, that's a fact. They were obtained by Roll Call. Old Newt
pulled a fast one on faithful conservatives. His votes killed MILLIONS
of jobs and sent them south of the border and overseas.
- In order to understand why H.R. 25 is just another tool
of tyrants, you have to go back and see where and when the problem started.
Prior to 1913, we had no federal income tax. There was no unconstitutional
"Federal" Reserve Banking system and there was no Seventeenth
Amendment. This nation thrived in agriculture, manufacturing and industrial
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