Friday, March 16, 2007

The psychology behind tax procrastination

"These are the fringe groups that claim it's unconstitutional. These people have meetings and Web sites and stuff, but it's all ridiculous," says Fishman. "The latest one who got caught was Wesley Snipes. He listened to some of these people and claimed it was not constitutional. That's not going to work."

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Blogger KOSMIC said...

Of all the things to NOT post here shit like this would be at the top of my list.

The psychology behind tax procrastination.

What the Bleap. Do we need more negative anti liberty garbage. All the comments to not post to Joey or get rid of Doug's video. Then here you go posting propaganda. Focus people. Other that making us aware of it so we can write the author and complain it's a waste of time.

12:36 AM  
Blogger Tyler Moore said...

I think is relevant to understand the enemy though. Though this makes my eyes twitch, unless you understand the mind set of the enemy, you cannot defeat him.

10:32 AM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

This should be clear to those who have done their homework: USC Title 26 is impeccably Constitutional. The problem is that it is MISAPPLIED to most Americans, via the Individual Income Tax.

Eight Supreme Court rulings between 1918 and 1923 (none of which have been reversed) concluded that the word "incomes" in the 16th Amendment meant "GAIN FROM CORPORATE ACTIVITY", and that the Amendment conferred "NO NEW TAXING POWERS" upon the Fed Govt. [Example: Doyle v. Metro Brothers Co., 1918.]

6:48 AM  

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