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Evil, vile, filthy nazis  Reply with quote  

The only aspects of communism that I agree with is supporting those in need - welfare. I have no problem whatsoever with this and the collection of taxes - another aspect of communism, for it and of course other things.

But the way these evil, vile, filthy nazis go about it is criminal! There's absolutely no excuse, especially in this economic climate, to put heavy penalties and interest on top of what some individuals are struggling to maintain their commitment as a working United States citizen. And charge for the 'privilege' to pay in installments! And then to threaten and coerce even those who beg for mercy is outright evil.

To break into an American citizen's house gestapo-style and ransack it, as has been in the mainstream news over the years, is abhorrent. This is the United States of America?
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Ummm......hard to get any sympathy unless you fill in the details.

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Well I agree, there needs to be a line drawn to how much power you give certain groups of people. All this talk about land of the free and this and that is totally being contradicted by the stunts the IRS pulls. There is a lot more going on that people don't realize. It's amazing how most people would love not to give up a certain amount of their paycheck every month but still do out of fear of getting in trouble by the IRS.
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Taxes can be taxing but they are "a necessary evil".

If you don't like taxes don't drive on any non toll roads.

Even Albert Einstein was supposedly confused by them.

I have posted some vat tax threads from time to time. I have even found some CPS who haven't heard of the VAT tax.

That horified me cuz I think the average high schooler should know what a vat tax is!!!!!

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One of my great uncles may have been killed by Nazi. He was a guard at a train staton or something like that.

He told my Oma that what they were doing was wrong and she never saw him again. He never resurfaced after the war. Was he ovened?

Don't think our IRS is as bad as the Nazi but . . . . We must be dilligent if we don't want our gov to get to powerfull.

I spoke out about a crooked police dept. They had no crimal charges and they sent the SS after me. Took me months and months to clear my name. Probably shouldn't post this post. Innocent till proven guilty is a myth. You can seriously have your life disrupted. Emplyers have to give you time off for court but they don't have to pay you.

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