Monday, April 6, 2009

Join Joe and CLF in Abolishing the IRS COMPLETELY!

I think it's pretty obvious that governmental wasting of our tax dollars on petty things such as roads, national parks, public schools, and natural disasters are, well, wasteful! And don't get me started on the high corporate tax rate - the highest in the industrialized world - even though corporations don't really pay taxes. They pass them onto the consumer and conveniently have negative net incomes at the end of the tax year. Still, the rate is way too high.

The government has no business to be in OUR business, even if it means making sure road culverts remain stable and/or fixed. Please take three minutes and thirty nine seconds to view this video below and tell me you can't lay down a couple 2X12's and make it over just fine!

Us taxpayers would much rather take care of this non-issue ourselves rather than depend on government bureaucrats to pay triple the cost and take months to complete.

Joe the Plumber, Economist, War Correspondent, and Labor Abolitionist has yet again spoken to the common man and come up with some pretty darn good ideas. So go and vote and be a true American common person too. It only costs 99 cents per vote and all proceeds go to paying Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher's back taxes.


Reggie N. said...

Joe the Plumber is just plain smart. A 15% flat tax is just the way to go. Its much more fair to everyone, hence the name "fair" tax. Mike Huckabee was all for that in the campaign if you hadn't noticed. Some would say that the flat tax will reduce funding for fixing roads and culverts like was shown in that video. Well I say to them that the free market will take care of it. I'm sure a contractor will come down at the behest of some well-to-do folks that live up that road and fix that road up right. If the folks that live up that road don't have enough money to pay for the road, then I'm sure some church will help. The government just shouldn't get involved, they'll inevitably just whine about stupid things like culvert diameter and trench bed compaction. So stupid, don't they know the free market will take care of it?

Bachmann2012 said...

A flat tax is the way to go no doubt. Also, rich people buy really expensive things so they will be taxed flatly on that, while the poorer people will contribute by buying the cheaper stuff like McDonald's food and Walmart items. It's a win-win situation!

Fuido said...

Actually Joe the Plumber has it wrong. Newt said it best when he proposed taxing the poor for being idiots. The rich should keep all their money because they earned it by God.


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