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Because somehow a dollar may end up benefiting a fellow man they don't like. A black guy, a gay guy or an immigrant.

Yow, sounds rough.

I have a deal with the IRS; I simply flush any money owed down my own toilet. Saves postage & less trouble for the IRS to flush the money down their toilets.

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Because somehow a dollar may end up benefiting a fellow man they don't like. A black guy, a gay guy or an immigrant.

No, when just a 6% sales tax alone degrades a dollar note to no value what so ever in 16.25 times used, then currency is a state of mind like national identity is to country what believe in vocabulary does globally.

 

Defending language use in place of ancesstral positioning is wrong, regardless the greater good intentions of keeping everyone else's ancestry guessing what real is eternally.

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Because somehow a dollar may end up benefiting a fellow man they don't like. A black guy, a gay guy or an immigrant.

Capitalists firmly believe in using other people's money, as long as other people are not using their money. They have no strong allegiance to America, so defending it or helping it's people are against their belief systems. While they will defend themselves with twenty guns & tons of ammo to defend their home, they won't sign up to go and defend their country. So there is a definite con philosophy at work here.

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You are the salt of the earth

So you(jimsouth) invented yourself as a social LLC getting anyone doing business with you to absorb your tax burden. When you cannot do life honestly, join a reality.

 

you Zaro, just another princess of societal eovlution demanding social policy give you everything everyone else has to supply for themselves. all others must sacrifice themselves to gain your respect while you only reward their efforts with half truth syllogism.

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I don't see where tax avoidance is a moral issue.

I buy as many things as I can at yard sales, where no one ever charges sales tax.

It is hypocritical of Trump to make his damned neckties in China for an extra two bits of profit and then condemn China for giving him the way to make that extra two bits, for sure.

Tax avoidance is NOT patriotic, however. I make no claims about it being patriotic.

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Jimbo the tax evader and patriot!

With Trump in power, I shall strive to deprive him of my tax money whenever possible, because he was so "smart".

Can you support taxes without approving how you are being taxed?

 

You direct an all or nothing mentality, life isn't an accept all hyperbole or societal evolution will remove your ancestry from actually being self contained to the moment here within moral code authorized by legal precedence and honored enforced ethically by everyone assuming a social identity.

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Because somehow a dollar may end up benefiting a fellow man they don't like. A black guy, a gay guy or an immigrant.

 

How lost do you have to be to insinuate that every American has to be a racist xenophobe because they don't want to pay taxes?

 

You are a lunatic. You've utterly no grasp on reality. Get help.

 

-NW

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How lost do you have to be to insinuate that every American has to be a racist xenophobe because they don't want to pay taxes?

 

You are a lunatic. You've utterly no grasp on reality. Get help.

 

-NW

 

Your double-spacing between sentences is incorrect and makes me want to eat my hands. We aren't using typewriters anymore, damnit. You're the real lunatic, making such an intentional error.

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Your double-spacing between sentences is incorrect and makes me want to eat my hands. We aren't using typewriters anymore, damnit. You're the real lunatic, making such an intentional error.

 

 

Interesting. No one, and I do mean no one, has ever picked up on this little quark of mine in the 21 years I've spent on the Internet. I learned to type on a typewriter (I didn't have regular access to a computer until my early-teens) and as a result I learned to type on a typewriter. Understanding this about me is actually quite perceptive. I'm impressed.

 

Good show m8, good show. For extra credit, why do I sign every post manually even though signatures are available?

 

-NW

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Interesting. No one, and I do mean no one, has ever picked up on this little quark of mine in the 21 years I've spent on the Internet. I learned to type on a typewriter (I didn't have regular access to a computer until my early-teens) and as a result I learned to type on a typewriter. Understanding this about me is actually quite perceptive. I'm impressed.

 

Good show m8, good show. For extra credit, why do I sign every post manually even though signatures are available?

 

-NW

Signatures are not a universal feature so it might be a developed habit, or alternatively it is because of the actual point of signatures and signing off on letters or comminucations as being a sign of respect. To have that automated renders it basically pointless. Either way I'm going to go solder my eyelids shut to put an end to this inescapable horror.

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Signatures are not a universal feature so it might be a developed habit, or alternatively it is because of the actual point of signatures and signing off on letters or comminucations as being a sign of respect. To have that automated renders it basically pointless. Either way I'm going to go solder my eyelids shut to put an end to this inescapable horror.

 

 

You aren't far off.

 

Back in the good ole' early days of the Interwebz signatures simply didn't exist; rather they didn't exist in the circles I traveled in. I don't recall exactly when they became common on forums I would guess circa 1998. As a result I developed the forced habit of signing every post. It's remarkable how much of a slave I am to habits. They simply don't die with me, I just pick 'em up and carry them with me.

 

Woe is me. /gothfaint.

 

-NW

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Many, if not most , of the services we get from the government are free. We drive on the highways and bridges for free, we use the Internet without paying the government, we are not charged extra for food and drugs being made safer by government agencies. But we do not like paying for anything, really. Paying for stuff is always a bitch. Everyone's favorite price is FREE.

 

It is hypocritical for Trump to pay zero in taxes and to crow about making the country great again. If everyone refused to pay taxes, we would not be great at all... we would be Somalia.

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Many, if not most , of the services we get from the government are free. We drive on the highways and bridges for free, we use the Internet without paying the government, we are not charged extra for food and drugs being made safer by government agencies. But we do not like paying for anything, really. Paying for stuff is always a bitch. Everyone's favorite price is FREE.

 

It is hypocritical for Trump to pay zero in taxes and to crow about making the country great again. If everyone refused to pay taxes, we would not be great at all... we would be Somalia.

 

You are the most articulate sufferer of Down's Syndrome I have ever seen. Do you not realize the inherent contradiction in your post? You don't pay for something AND it be free. The two are mutually exclusive you delusional twat.

 

-NW

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Xavier, most of these are public goods and so cannot be supplied by private sectors even if we wanted them to be. Essentially an absolutely pure free market would not be viable, but it can be a lot more free market than it is currently without hitting this hard limit of usefulness.

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Many, if not most , of the services we get from the government are free. We drive on the highways and bridges for free, we use the Internet without paying the government, we are not charged extra for food and drugs being made safer by government agencies. But we do not like paying for anything, really. Paying for stuff is always a bitch. Everyone's favorite price is FREE.

 

It is hypocritical for Trump to pay zero in taxes and to crow about making the country great again. If everyone refused to pay taxes, we would not be great at all... we would be Somalia.

Really? city taxes, county taxes, state taxes, federal taxes, global donations to spirit of words meaning things are dutyful 10% to god and country tis of thee on top of local, county, state, federal.

 

5 ring circuses of societal eovlution and the many tiers of social divide and conquer generations of ancestry spaced apart now only divided by context promising anything other then now and anywhere else but here is possible.

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Most Americans understand the need for taxes. The question is how much. The communists understand the need for money to keep the all important state alive. The size of the federal gov. is far too large. Trump must dismantle the size of everything. Career employees actually do the work. There are thousands of political appointees. They must be fired immediately. Oblameo appointees were socialists and incompetents. The DOJ has been corrupted. Holder and then Lynch. Lynch met Slick Willie at the airport and talked about the kids. hahaha. IRS appointees allowed senior career civil servants to harass certain groups. They all must go. All EPA political officials GONE. Appoint the least amount possible and drain the swamp. GOP cost cutters need to go through each agency and slash and burn. Our tax burden will be a lot less after the federal government is slashed. The only increase in budget should be for all security forces. Gov. agencies have unions but unneeded people can be let go. Federal Unions were probably %100 for hilarity.

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You must pay a certain % of the tax during the year. It used to be %90. People that want to avoid problems file quarterly. Lots of dopes try to claim more dependents and other scams. The IRS has seen it all and penalties and interest can be severe. The penalty for not having health care can grow fast. That will be severe in a few years. Dems like that.

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