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Connecticut CT FairTax

Members: 18
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2015

Connectitcut State Leadership

Daniel Hunt District Director
Manchester, CT (CT-01)
Home: (860) 643-5216
Email: fairtax1@earthlink.net, fairtaxct1@att.net

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Comment by Larry Walters on August 12, 2015 at 8:46pm

WHAT: “Understanding the FAIRtax® Webinar for Aug 2015 and

SPECIAL TOPIC:  “Flat Tax/FAIRtax, What Some Candidates Are Saying”.

Our pressure as voters must be exerted on every House Ways and Means Committee member.

WHEN: Thursday Aug. 27, 2015

TIME:  8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, 6 p.m. Mountain, and 5 p.m. Pacific

WHERE:  Anywhere your Personal Computer has internet access

This is a LIVE EVENT.  You can ask questions, and all questions will be answered.

Don’t forget to invite new FAIRtax supporters & prospects to participate with you.

Our webinars are vital to educating honest tax payers.  We help build the knowledge base of those on the front lines as well as those wanting to know what the FAIRtax is about.

Join Marc Manieri as he returns as Host and Presenter of the “Understanding the FairTax” webinar series.  

NOTICE:  To participate it is necessary to pre-register at this web link:

 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1691447274748482050

Watch for a confirmation email with instructions for logging on.

For additional information contact Larry Walters at repeal_16@earthlink.net

Comment by Daniel Dyer on January 20, 2013 at 3:08pm

What if the only tax you pay the federal government

is one you don’t have to calculate or report?

Only the FairTax:

  • treats everyone the same
  • let’s you keep your entire paycheck
  • pays you your taxes if you’re poor
  • doesn’t know whether you’re poor or rich
  • eliminates the IRS and 72,000 pages of tax code
  • costs the government less than 1% to collect
  • brings jobs back to the U.S.

Find out more here.

Comment by Tom Freeman on June 3, 2010 at 12:19pm
My name is Tom Freeman and I am the FairTax DD for NJ8. I am leading an effort in NJ to convince WABC-770AM radio to add Neal Boortz to their line-up. I have reached out to our NJ and NY organizations. I am hoping to get the CT FairTaxers in the WABC listening area to assist in my efforts.

I think there is an excellent opportunity to add the voice of the FairTax to a region where it is sorely needed.

I am asking all FairTax supporters to go to WABC's website (here is the link ) and leave a comment asking them to add Neal Boortz to their line-up.

Please forward to your contacts and let me know if you sent a message. I would like to have an ability to measure the effectiveness of this campaign.

Can you help me?

Thanks,
Tom Freeman
DD-NJ8
Comment by Billie on May 13, 2010 at 6:02am
I received this e-mail today. If this is your congressman, don't you think it is time for him to leave office? At least send him a message that we do NOT want anymore taxes; we want the FairTax!


Today, Congress once again ignored what Americans want and introduced a new gasoline tax as part of a global warming bill that also contains a cap and trade energy tax on utilities. The section on the gas tax begins on p. 361.

Introduced by Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT), this bill requires American oil companies to pay a fee to the government for their global warming emissions.

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who helped craft the gas tax, admitted the fee "will be passed on" to motorists in the form of higher gasoline prices.

But Senators Kerry and Lieberman are offended that any American would dare call it a gas tax.

Don't be fooled. This is a government requirement that will increase the cost of gasoline. It's a tax. So not only will we have to pay more for gas, we have the added insult of Senators insisting that what we can plainly see as a new gas tax is not actually a gas tax.

The American people know better. And according to an American Solutions poll, 71% of Americans oppose this new gas tax, even if politicians are insisting it is not a gas tax.

In addition, this bill creates a cap and trade system that will dramatically increase the cost of residential and commercial electricity prices.

Even the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says cap and trade will kill jobs and reduce American productivity.

With one bill, Congress will raise gasoline and electricity prices, raise the cost of energy, and kill jobs. This is not the way to create jobs and prosperity.

This bill is wrong for America. Will you help us defeat it?

We need to get information about this new tax to as many people as possible in the next 48 hours.

Thank you,

Vince Haley
Vice-President of Policy
Comment by Jim Bennett on April 19, 2010 at 3:50pm
Pictured (see discussion) clockwise starting forward left, are Bill Spillane, California, Jim Bennett, New Jersey, Marilyn Rickert, Illinois, Sean Matula, Grassroots Coordinator, AFFT, Terry Stockham, Chief Operating Officer, AFFT, John Collet, Missouri, and Phil Hinson, Georgia. Bill, Phil, John, Marilyn and Jim are the original members of a Grassroots Leadership Council. Terry is a non-voting member.

The initial charge of the Council is to represent the grassroots and make more effective use for the grassroots of resources available to it from Americans for Fair Taxation. The charge is also to develop a strategic plan to grow the grassroots.
~Jim

~Jim Bennett
NJ State Co-Director and Regional Director
38 Fairview Ave
Summit NJ 07901-1728
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(609) 984-2901 Daytime
(908) 273-4578 Evenings
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Comment by Dan Hunt on June 27, 2009 at 7:28am
Hi Philip

We need to build a base in Connecticut. One thing you can do is spread the word to people you know in your town. Also contact Senators Dodd and Lieberman along with your Representative. There is a upcoming Tea party in Hartford on 7/4. I'm hoping to get some volunteers to pass out fair Tax literature at this event. Please contact me via my email address fairtax1@earthlink.net so we an discuss it further.
Comment by Philip A. Piro III on June 26, 2009 at 11:29am
Hello Dan,
I would like to get involved with FairTax in CT. Let me know what I can do. I am currently a CT university student (and CT resident).
Best,
Phil
Comment by Dan Hunt on April 30, 2009 at 6:18pm
Former Rep. Rob Simmons of the 2nd Congressional District is challenging Chris Dodd for the U.S. Senate. Simmons was interviewed by Dan Lovallo of WDRC-AM and took calls. I called and asked Simmons if he would support The Fair Tax Act.

He replied he will support a major overhaul of the income tax code and explained how the estate tax effected his mother's estate but he did not specifically say he would support The Fair Tax. I suggest we contact his campaign to explain to his staff The Fair Tax.
Comment by Dan Hunt on April 2, 2009 at 7:15am
The time for the Hartford Tea party on April 15th will be 12:00pm-2:00pm at the north steps of the State Capitol on Capitol avenue.
Comment by Dan Hunt on March 29, 2009 at 2:29pm
There will be a presentation of The Fair Tax at E.O. Smith High School in Storrs on Friday April 17th at 6:30pm. Please refer to the events page for more information.
 

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