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"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Friday, July 25, 2008

Bailout bill also requires all credit card transactions to go through IRS

I hope you all will start listening to Andy Horning who is running for governor. How many of you know what is buried in the mortgage bailout bill? I didn't until I read Andy's WE DECLARE blog today. This can be potentially devastating for innocent ebay sellers trying to sell off crap from their attic for cash to pay their property tax bills. The last thing citizens need is more IRS control in our lives. The IRS is an illegal corrupt organization authorized and run by thugs. It has never been authorized by Congress or the American people. There is absolutely no law requiring us to file or pay income tax. Don't believe me? Then watch this short video that includes an interview with Sheldon Cohen, the IRS' corporate counsel and former IRS commissioner...the smug thief who wrote the damned code.
--Melyssa for HFFT


It only takes about twenty minutes (maybe an hour if you’ve never read a constitution before) to read the whole USA Constitution, archaic syntax and all. It’s pretty short. The Indiana Constitution is much longer. With my (not so brief) comments, a Table of Contents and an Index, it comes out to 42 pages. It’s not like reading a novel, but it’s still readable in a single sitting.

HR 3221, or the deceitfully named “the American Housing Rescue and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2008,” which passed through the House of Traitors yesterday, and is on the way to the Traitors’ Senate for a vote tomorrow, is about 600 pages long.

In six hundred pages, you could easily fit the USA Constitution, the Indiana Constitution, the Declaration of Independence and my favorite Robert Heinlein novel.

What’s in all those pages that will be signed into law?

Well, a lot; and none of it is good.

For instance, all credit card transactions will thenceforth be reported to the IRS. Why? Because nobody will stop this.

The national debt ceiling will be increased up to 10.6 trillion dollars. Why? Because nobody will stop this.

Those quasi-government-agency/bad-ideas-badly-executed-by-corrupt-millionaires, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac get bailout provisions, of course; but the bill contains no help at all for the millions of Americans actually harmed by all this crazy spending, debt and bureaucratic tomfoolery. Why? Because nobody will stop this, and nobody but liberty zealots like me will even read it.

What really cuts to the quick is that, chances are good, after all this madness slams home, most voters will still trudge (their cars will be out of gas) in tattered clothes, unemployed but still loyal to the party machines, into voting booths in November and do what they have always done. Why?

I haven’t the foggiest idea.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The chopped up remains of my credit cards, will fall like snow from the envelope containing my final payments.

But, hey! If you have a mortgage on your house, you're already paying taxes on a debt---What's a little more---Humm, comrade?