Americans For Fair Taxation - About the FairTax

 

 Is there enough motivation in your soul to make a difference in something that you feel is an important issue?  I wonder if many of us would sit back and allow the rocks of life to pummel us without reaction or if we’d stand up against them and find a way to improve the situation?  My best guess is that most of us would do what we could to rectify any situation we were at all uncomfortable with.  I believe this because of what the fabric of America is made of…hard work, relentless efforts, visions of betterment, and the classic American characteristics…innovation and achievement!  We have a long history of standing up to oppressors, fixing what is broken, and making our lives better and more efficient.  From expansionism to the pioneers; from slavery to the equal rights movement; from the Great Depression to the economic boom of the 1990’s, we have always been a nation where common sense prevailed and elbow grease garnered all of our efforts.  With such a rich and envious heritage tied to the lineage of nearly every American family today it is surprising to me that we have allowed ourselves to once again become oppressed by usurpers of power who have made it their career to look out for themselves and line their pockets by conducting “back room deals” far away from the American public and their constituency.  The career politicians we have grown accustomed to have been hitting us where it hurts since the 1940’s, yet rarely is there a voice raised in concern amongst us.  Rarely is there a vociferous moment conducted by the masses that illustrates our frustrations to those whom absolute power has corrupted absolutely.

 

Since the days of Franklin Delanno Roosevelt, we have been told what entitlements we will fund, what laws we will abide by, what bureaucracy we will have to deal with, and what amount of taxes we will have to pay.  In the society that we have allowed to be created right under our noses is dependent upon federal tax revenues, but never have we been asked just how much of our hard-earned monies we would be willing to submit for the better of the country.  Everything in our society is tied to taxes.  Everything includes the embarrassing and failed social security and medicare funds, which are multi-trillion dollar ideas built upon the backs of the American tax payer without his consent.  I wonder how much more responsible our career criminal politicians would be with our money if entitlement programs and tax rates were put to referendum?  It’s a great question, but sadly it’s a question that will have to remain rhetorical.  I doubt very highly that the fat cats we have put in
Washington D.C. would ever relinquish an ounce of power that they didn’t absolutely have to.  We have created this current financial mess out sheer laziness conducted by the average American because we have allowed ourselves to be so easily marketed to due to our reluctance to vote in mass numbers.  Roughly one-third of Americans over the age of 18 vote on a regular basis, which is embarrassing to think of the men and women who gave their lives in order for all of us to have the opportunity to vote in a free and democratic republic.  It is precisely because of this lack of interest that the American citizen is showing that we have become oppressed by the very government we have ignored.  Since the days of FDR’s “Great Society”, the American worker has been burdened with taxes on a federal, state, and local level never before seen in our land.

During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln endorsed and implemented a roughly 2% income tax in order to fund the war effort.  I don’t believe there are too many Americans who can argue against such a measure because of what was at stake.  Americans have always been willing to open their hearts and wallets in order to help a cause, but what Abraham Lincoln did after the war was over is what made him the type of man who will go down in history as one of our nation’s best leaders of all time.  After the war was completed and after reconstruction efforts were in place, President Lincoln repealed the tax and allowed Americans to contribute on a personal and private basis if they so desired.  This, my fellow American citizen, is exactly what our founding father’s had in mind when they bled for the document currently enshrined in weather-proof glass at the National Archives Building in Washington D.C., the Constitution of the United States of America.  Aside from seeking religious freedoms, it was the oppressive government and laws of England that they were fleeing when the idea of “ America” became a reality.  It was the tax burdens that England forced upon the early colonies that was the straw that broke the camel’s back and sent us over the edge.  It was this issue that our founding father’s made sure was a vital part of the governing document they created in Philadelphia back in 1776.  So why have we turned a full 180 degrees from what was supposed to be to what we are being forced to deal with today?  What happened along the way that allowed the federal government to reach into our pockets and legally withhold a specified percentage of our wages?  How did we as a people so carelessly allow for this to happen when we’re supposed to be the nation who stands up to oppressors and rights that which has been wronged?  How on earth have we allowed an entire political party of modern times to build a platform around how much one group of society is taxed compared to how much another group is taxed?  When and why have we allowed our politicians to build a pulpit to preach their gospel from when everything that they are preaching is contrary to our best interests and the best interests of the Constitution?  Is it not clearly written in that God-inspired document that government oppression by any and all means is strictly forbidden and that states should be (and are expected to be) able to govern themselves?

Many can trace the roots of failed entitlements and the beginnings of taxation oppression back to FDR and his “Great Society” legislation.  It was no accident that his “Great Society” legislations were passed as constitutionally acceptable by the Supreme Court.  Few people actually know that FDR threatened to load the Supreme Court with two additional justices that would tip the balance in favor of his great socialistic ideals.  Due to this pressure from the executive branch, the Supreme Court caved in and granted constitutionality to FDR’s ideas.  From this blunder in American history we have been strapped with the social security and medicare fund, which currently are as close to bankruptcy as MC Hammer was after he wrote “2 Legit 2 Quit”!  Trillions and trillions of dollars have been taken out of the social security and medicare fund in order to pay for politician’s pork that have served no purpose other than to lift the ego of one or two individuals.  The idea of social security and medicare isn’t too bad because it helps Americans get by during times of uncertainty and/or grief (survivor’s benefits), but the fallacy of the “Great Society” is that no American was or has been able to choose for himself whether or not he wanted to take place in this attempt of American socialism.  It was either “pay the social security tax” or “go to jail”.  Simple as that.  What’s American about that?  Today, the “Great Society” has turned us into a fiscal nightmare and all of the money that today’s generation is pouring into these mandatory social funds will not be there for them.  With these massive problems starring us directly in the face there has still been NO solution posited by any of the career politicians we have sent to represent us in our nation’s capital…until today!  The Fair Tax Act (S.25/H.25) is exactly the type of legislation that we need to pass into law if we are to find a way out of the mess that FDR and his grandious visions of socialism have created.  Instead of taxing our businesses into oblivion, forcing our uber-rich citizens to place their wealth in foreign off-shore banks, enabling a massive shadow economy to exist right under our noses, or adding compliance costs of today’s tax code into consideration, the Fair Tax would alleviate these issues, give the money back to the wage earner, and FIX the fiscal problems we currently find ourselves in.  What is the Fair Tax Act, you ask?  Allow me to outline it as best I can!  [go to http://www.fairtax.org for additional information…]

First, I would be remiss if I didn’t begin by recommending you read the book, “The Fair Tax Book” by Neal Boortz and Congressman John Linder.  In this book, you will find all of the necessary information to help you make your mind up regarding this ingenious idea of salvation.  It’s a book about taxes, but it’s a book about taxes that you will actually enjoy reading!  It is very difficult to think of a more boring topic to read a book about, but trust me when I say that this book is something that EVERY American should read!  It will inform you about our current situation, the past, and the future.  It will outline the ideals of the solution presented, which is the Fair Tax.  It will show you what you can do to help get this idea out the grassroots movement stage and into the heads of our greasy, grimey politicians.  There are currently more than three-dozen co-sponsors of the Fair Tax Act and support for this solution is growing on a daily basis.  On May 15th, 2007 at the GOP Presidential nominee debate, a candidate by the name of Mike Huckabee came out in public as a supporter of the Fair Tax, which is a big deal because he’s running for POTUS and is now using this idea as a major platform for his candidacy.  Don’t worry about the support or likelihood of this fiscal solution among our politicians because they’ll do whatever they need to do in order to stay in office.  If they feel the “heat” from the citizenry about this issue then they’ll do what’s right.  That’s why it is so important for you to become informed about the Fair Tax and then contact your Congressman.

Clearly stated, The FairTax Plan is a nonpartisan national grassroots campaign to replace the federal income tax system with a progressive national retail sales tax. It provides a “prebate” to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement and, through companion legislation, repeal of the 16th Amendment.The FairTax plan is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll based taxes with an integrated approach including a progressive national retail sales tax, a prebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue neutrality, and, through companion legislation, the repeal of the 16th Amendment. The FairTax Act (HR 25, S 1025) is nonpartisan legislation. It abolishes all federal personal and corporate income taxes, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, and self-employment taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax  administered primarily by existing state sales tax authorities.The FairTax taxes us only on what we choose to spend on new goods or services, not on what we earn. The FairTax is a fair, efficient, transparent, and intelligent solution to the frustration and inequity of our current tax system. The FairTax:

  • Abolishes the IRS
  • Closes all loopholes and brings fairness to taxation
  • Ensures Social Security and Medicare funding
  • Brings transparency and accountability to tax policy
  • Allows American products to compete fairly
  • Reimburses the tax on purchases of basic necessities
  • Enables retirees to keep their entire pension
  • Enables workers to keep their entire paycheck

The FairTax has been called the most thoroughly researched tax reform plan in recent history.  It is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll based taxes with an integrated approach including a progressive national retail sales tax, a prebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement, and, through companion legislation, the repeal of the 16th Amendment. This nonpartisan legislation (HR 25/S 1025) abolishes all federal personal and corporate income taxes, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, and self-employment taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax — administered primarily by existing state sales tax authorities. The IRS is disbanded and defunded. The FairTax taxes us only on what we choose to spend on new goods or services, not on what we earn. The FairTax is a fair, efficient, transparent, and intelligent solution to the frustration and inequity of our current tax system. Additionally, the FairTax proposal replaces federal income and payroll taxes, including personal, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security/Medicare, self-employment, and corporate taxes.  The FairTax proposal integrates such features as a progressive national retail sales tax, dollar-for-dollar revenue replacement, and a rebate to ensure that no American pays such federal taxes up to the poverty level.  Included in the FairTax Plan is the repeal of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution.  The FairTax allows Americans to keep 100 percent of their paychecks (minus any state income taxes), ends corporate taxes and compliance costs hidden in the retail cost of goods and services, and fully funds the federal government while fulfilling the promise of Social Security and Medicare.  Americans take home their whole paychecks.
Not only do more Americans have jobs, but they also take home 100 percent of their paychecks (except where state income taxes apply).  No federal income taxes or payroll taxes are withheld from paychecks, pensions, or Social Security checks. 

The prebate makes the FairTax progressive.
To ensure no American pays tax on necessities, the FairTax Plan provides a prepaid, monthly rebate (prebate) for every registered household to cover the consumption tax spent on necessities up to the federal poverty level.  This, along with several other features, is how the FairTax completely untaxes the poor, lowers the tax burden on most, while making the overall rate progressive.  However, the FairTax is progressive based on lifestyle/spending choices, rather than simply punishing those taxpayers who are successful.  Do you see how much freer life is with the FairTax instead of the income tax? 

No tax on used goods.  The amount you pay to fund the government is totally visible.
With the FairTax you are only taxed once on any good or service. If you choose to buy used goods − used car, used home, used appliances − you do not pay the FairTax.  If, as a business owner or farmer, you buy something for strictly business purposes (not for personal consumption), you pay no consumption tax.  The FairTax is charged just as state sales taxes are today.  When you decide what to buy and how much to spend, you see exactly how much you are contributing to the government with each purchase. 

Retail prices no longer hide corporate taxes or their compliance costs, which drive up costs for those who can least afford to pay.  
Did you know that income taxes and the cost of complying with them currently make up 20 percent or more of all retail prices?  It’s true.  According to Dr. Dale Jorgenson of Harvard University, hidden income taxes are passed on to the consumer in the form of higher prices for everything you buy.  If competition does not allow prices to rise, corporations lower labor costs, again hurting those who can least afford to lose their jobs.  Finally, if prices are as high as competition allows and labor costs are as low as practical, profits/dividends to shareholders are driven down, thereby hurting retirement savings for moms-and-pops and pension funds invested in Corporate America.  With the FairTax, the sham of corporate taxation ends, competition drives prices down, more people in America have jobs, and retirement/pension funds see improved performance.

The income tax exports our jobs, rather than our products.  The FairTax brings jobs home.
Most importantly, the FairTax does not burden U.S. exports the way the current income tax system does.  The FairTax removes the cost of corporate taxes and compliance costs from the cost of U.S. exports, putting U.S. exports on a level playing field with foreign competitors.  Lower prices sharply increase demand for U.S. exports, thereby increasing job creation in U.S. manufacturing sectors.  At home, imports are subject to the same FairTax rate as domestically produced goods.  Not only does the FairTax put U.S. products sold here on the same tax footing as foreign imports, but the dramatic lowering of compliance costs in comparison to other countries’ value-added taxes also gives
U.S. products a definitive pricing advantage which foreign tax systems cannot match. 

The FairTax strategy is revenue neutrality:  Neither raise nor lower taxes so consumer costs  remain stable.
The FairTax pays for all current government operations, including Social Security and Medicare.  Government revenues are more stable and predictable than with the federal income tax because consumption is a more constant revenue base than is income.  If you were in a 23-percent income tax bracket, the federal government would take $23 out of your paycheck for every $100 you made.  With the FairTax, if the federal government gets $23 out of every $100 spent in America, the same total revenue is delivered to the federal government.  This is revenue neutrality.  So, instead of paycheck-earning Americans paying 7.65 percent of their paychecks in Social Security/Medicare payroll taxes, plus an average of 18 percent of their paychecks in federal income tax, for a total of about 25.65 percent, consumers in America pay only $23 out of every $100.  Or about 30 percent at the cash register when they elect to spend on new goods or services for their own personal consumption.  And this tax is collected only on spending above the federal poverty level, providing important progressivity. 

Tax criminals don’t make criminals out of honest taxpayers.
Today, the IRS will admit to 25 percent noncompliance with the code.  FairTax.org will be generous and simply take the position that this is likely a conservative estimate of the underground economy.  However, this does not take into account the criminal/drug/porn economy, which equally conservative estimates put at one trillion dollars of untaxed activity.  The FairTax does tax this criminals love to flash that cash at retail while continuing to provide the federal penalties so effective in bringing such miscreants to justice.  The substantial decrease in points of compliance from every wage earner, investor, and retiree, down to only retailers also allows enforcement to concentrate on following the money to criminal activity, rather than making potential criminals out of every taxpayer struggling to decipher the current code. 

What is the FairTax Plan? [OVERVIEW]
The FairTax Plan is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll based taxes with an integrated approach including a progressive national retail sales tax, a prebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement, and, through companion legislation, the repeal of the 16th Amendment.  This nonpartisan legislation (HR 25/S 1025) abolishes all federal personal and corporate income taxes, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, and self-employment taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax administered primarily by existing state sales tax authorities.  The IRS is disbanded and defunded.  The FairTax taxes us only on what we choose to spend on new goods or services, not on what we earn.  The FairTax is a fair, efficient, transparent, and intelligent solution to the frustration and inequity of our current tax system.

Origins of the Income Tax: The federal income tax was established in 1913. It actually required an amendment to the United States Constitution to make it legal. Why? Our Founding Fathers believed that taxing individuals on their private income was economic folly. They were right. The absence of an income tax, a tax on productivity, allowed our economy to grow and individuals to prosper for 124 years. The original income tax legislation affected only individuals earning $4,000 or more per year, at a time when the overwhelming majority of Americans earned far less. The 16th Amendment was eventually ratified and added to the Constitution, and a national income tax was born.That 16th Amendment was simply worded, the tax return consisted of only one page, and the entire tax code itself consisted of only 14 pages. No one could have imagined the vast impact it would have on the lives of their children, grandchildren, and future generations of Americans.

Since then, the federal income tax system has become so complex that it requires tens of millions of Americans to seek professional help to comply with it, not to mention the enormous, expensive federal bureaucracy required to enforce and administer the tax. The Internal Revenue Service employs more investigative agents than the FBI and the CIA combined, and with 144,000 employees, employs more people than all but the 36 largest corporations in the
United States.

In addition to the $10 billion needed to operate the IRS, at least $265 billion (that is $900 for every man, woman, and child in this country) must be added to account for the cost of complying with the tax code. Massive amounts of our national wealth are consumed merely by measuring, tracking, sheltering, documenting, and filing our annual income.

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Bottom line is that the Fair Tax proposes to SOLVE our current fiscal disaster that we find ourselves in today thanks to the establishment of the federal income tax.  With a current society that promotes whining, crying, political correctness, and finger pointing it is a relief to know that there is a solution out there waiting on the bench.  At this point in time, it is currently our fault that there has been no solution presented or adopted because we, as a people, have not demanded it from our elected officials.  There is a major problem right now that concerns each and every one of us and that problem is knowing exactly what we are paying in taxes and where that tax revenue is going.  Most people today actually believe that because they get a “tax refund check” sent to them in the mail from the IRS they are not paying anything in taxes!  For some, this is true…unfortunately.  For most, this couldn’t be further from the truth.I am not advocating the notion that taxes shouldn’t be paid because I think they should.  I want a successful society and I want good schools for my children to go to.  More importantly, I want good jobs and job opportunities to be available to them once they have been trained, educated, and are ready to step into the working class world!  At the going rate, not only will social security and medicare NOT be available, but neither will there be any good and decent jobs available because they’ve all left and relocated in tax-friendlier countries!  When is enough going to be enough?  We need to educate ourselves, educate our elected officials, and demand change!  It starts with you as an individual!  We must accept the current failings of our “Great Society” as our own and not the politicians because it is us who constantly puts these mongoloids into office.  We must accept the fact that things can’t get worse, but they absolutely must get better.  Please, stand up and demand that our government do its job and protect its citizenry (which is the full purpose of our government as mandated in the Constitution)!  Stand up and demand a change!  It’s up to you!

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Featured Sponsors / Co-sponsors:

 
 
Rep. John Boozman, 
Arkansas

05/09/2007
I am a firm believer that the American people are over-taxed. They are working harder then ever for their money and taking home less of it because the federal government continues to tax them at an extremely high level. I believe that the current income tax system is fundamentally flawed and in need of major overhaul. It is my intention to work with my colleagues in Congress to address the inequities in the current system and find a system that reduces the tax burden that the American people currently face.
http://www.boozman.house.gov/
 
Sen. Rep. Darrell Issa, California 
05/07/2007
http://issa.house.gov/
 
Rep. Brian Bilbray,
California
04/17/2007
http://www.house.gov/bilbray/

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Date Name State District Party
01/04/2007 Rep. Spencer Bachus AL 6 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Dan Boren OK 2 D
01/04/2007 Rep. Kevin Brady TX 8 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Dan Burton IN 5 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Mike Conaway TX 11 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Ander Crenshaw FL 4 R
01/04/2007 Rep. John Culberson TX 7 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Jo Ann Davis VA 1 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Nathan Deal GA 10 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Tom Feeney FL 24 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Virgil Goode VA 5 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Kay Granger TX 12 R
01/04/2007 Rep. John Linder GA 7 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Michael McCaul TX 10 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Jeff Miller FL 1 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Sue Myrick NC 9 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Randy Neugebauer TX 19 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Steve Pearce NM 2 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Mike Pence IN 6 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Ted Poe TX 2 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Tom Price GA 6 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Cliff Stearns FL 6 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Thomas Tancredo CO 6 R
01/04/2007 Rep. Lynn Westmoreland GA 8 R
01/05/2007 Rep. Thelma Drake VA 2 R
01/05/2007 Rep. Phil Gingrey GA 11 R
01/05/2007 Rep. Don Young AK At Large R
01/09/2007 Rep. John Mica FL 7 R
01/10/2007 Rep. Dennis Hastert IL 14 R
01/11/2007 Rep. Jo Bonner AL 1 R
01/11/2007 Rep. Henry E. Brown, Jr. SC 1 R
01/11/2007 Rep. Steve King IA 5 R
01/11/2007 Rep. Timothy Walberg MI 7 R
01/18/2007 Rep. Jerry Moran KS 1 R
01/19/2007 Rep. Barbara Cubin WY 1 R
01/22/2007 Rep. Jeb Hensarling TX 5 R
01/23/2007 Rep. David Davis TN 1 R
01/30/2007 Rep. John Sullivan OK 1 R
01/30/2007 Rep. Ed Whitfield KY 1 R
01/31/2007 Rep. Todd Akin MO 2 R
01/31/2007 Rep. Jeff Flake AZ 6 R
01/31/2007 Rep. Jack Kingston GA 1 R
02/05/2007 Rep. John Carter TX 31 R
02/05/2007 Rep. Trent Franks AZ 2 R
02/05/2007 Rep. Ric Keller FL 8 R
02/05/2007 Rep. Dave Weldon FL 15 R
02/06/2007 Rep. Ralph Hall TX 4 R
02/06/2007 Rep. Jerry Lewis CA 41 R
02/08/2007 Rep. Richard Baker LA 6 R
02/08/2007 Rep. Roscoe Bartlett MD 6 R
02/08/2007 Rep. John Duncan TN 2 R
02/08/2007 Rep. Duncan Hunter CA 52 R
02/08/2007 Rep. Gary Miller CA 42 R
02/12/2007 Rep. Todd Tiahrt KS 4 R
02/15/2007 Rep. Mac Thornberry TX 13 R
02/28/2007 Rep. Pete Hoekstra MI 2 R
03/09/2007 Rep. Gus Bilirakis FL 9 R
03/29/2007 Sen. Saxby Chambliss GA   R
03/29/2007 Sen. Tom Coburn OK   R
03/29/2007 Sen. John Cornyn TX   R
03/29/2007 Sen. Johnny Isakson GA   R
04/17/2007 Rep. Brian Bilbray CA 50 R
04/18/2007 Sen. James H. Inhofe OK   R
05/07/2007 Rep. Darrell Issa CA 49 R
05/09/2007 Rep. John Boozman AR 03 R

IT ALL STARTS WITH YOU!  CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVE AND ASK HIM HIS/HER THOUGHTS ON THE FAIR TAX AND WHAT HE/SHE IS PLANNING TO DO IN ORDER TO FIX OUR MASSIVE FISCAL PROBLEMS WE ARE FACING TODAY!  DO NOT ACCEPT A “POLITICAL ANSWER” TO YOUR INQUIRY AND CONTINUE ASKING THEM UNTIL THEY GIVE YOU A STRAIGHT, NO B.S. ANSWER!  I THINK YOU’LL BE SURPRISED HOW MANY OF OUR OFFICIALS TODAY ACTUALLY SUPPORT THE FAIR TAX IF THEY FEEL COMFORTABLE THAT THEIR CONSITUENCY IS BEHIND IT.

 

 

ALSO, KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS IS SADLY BECOMING A PARTISAN ISSUE, ALTHOUGH THE FAIR TAX IS DESIGNED TO BE COMPLETELY NON-PARTISAN.  THE DEMOCRATS HAVE LONG HELD THE OPINION THAT BY CREATING CLASS-WARFARE THEY WILL BE ABLE TO HAVE A PLATFORM TO RUN MANY SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGNS BECAUSE NOTHING ENVIGORATES A CONSTITUENCY QUITE LIKE ANGER AT THE THOUGHT THAT SOME PEOPLE ARE GETTING RICHER AND NOT PAYING ENOUGH TAXES, WHILE OTHERS ARE GETTING POORER AND NEED MORE HELP FROM THOSE WHO CAN “AFFORD” TO PAY TAXES.  THIS IS NOT AN OPINION!  I REPEAT…THIS IS NOT AN OPINION OF MINE!  LOOK AT THE LIST OF CO-SPONSORS OF THE FAIR TAX BILL AND THEN PUT TWO-AND-TWO TOGETHER BY YOURSELF.  HOW MANY DEMOCRATS DO YOU SEE ON THAT LIST?  WHY?  FOR WHAT REASON WOULD THIS TURN INTO A PARTISON ISSUE IF THE LEFT WING LIBERALS DON’T USE CLASS WARFARE TO INCITE THE MASSES OF THE UNDERCLASS?  THE FAIR TAX IS COMPLETELY NEUTRAL IN REGARDS TO HOW MUCH A PERSON EARNS AND BECAUSE OF THE MONTHLY PREBATE CHECK THERE WILL STILL BE A GOOD AMOUNT OF PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY WHO WILL STILL GET BY WITHOUT PAYING HARDLY ANY TAXES…EVEN THROUGH CONSUMPTION!  THIS IS A WIN-WIN STRATEGY FOR ALL AMERICANS!!!  WHY IS THIS BEING TURNED INTO A POLITICAL MATTER WHEN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY IS SUPPOSED TO BE AT THE HEART OF EVERY MATTER?

DEMAND AN ANSWER FROM YOUR REPRESENTATIVE AND DEMAND NOTHING LESS!  WE NEED TO GET THIS BILL PASSED INTO LEGLISLATION AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE!  HOW MANY MORE JOBS NEED TO LEAVE BEFORE THE CROOKS IN WASHINGTON D.C. FINALLY GET THE POINT???

For more information on the Fair Tax and/or to sign up as a Grass Roots Supporter of this rather important cause, go to:

 

http://www.fairtax.org

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