Replace All Federal Taxes on Income with the Fair Tax Act , HR 25 and S 122
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This group does not have any discussions yet.
FairTax got mentioned on Fox's "the Five" today. Thank you Eic Bolling! Hope to see growing coverage in the coming days.
This is why we need the FairTax folks. This abuse is rampant in our tax code.
Fairborn had its first meeting of the year Jan 16th. It was a great way to start out the year. A good size group and some new faces greeted our state director Steve Curtis. We had a some good conversation and food and look forward to an active year.
Hopefully, we can reboot interest on this site and get moving forward.
Looking forward to doing a lot of great things for the FairTax this year.
OMG, Can you believe the Audacity of this commentary? http://otherwords.org/making-the-tax-code-safe-for-americas-aristoc...
The only way to fight stupidity like this is to make the tax code a non issue by passing the FairTax.
There will be no FairTax meetings in November or December.
We'll resume meetings in January and should have alot to discuss.
We wish you all the best during this holiday season and look forward to seeing you in January.
October 17 is our next FairTax meeting in Fairborn. I'm working on an agenda and will post more later. Would you set that date aside to come out and share your views on the FairTax? Thanks.
June was a good month for the Fairborn FairTax group. We had three published columns in the local paper (the Fairborn Daily Herald) along with some letters to the editor as well. Our monthly meeting saw a congressional candidate seak to our group and we shared the FairTax with several new people who somehow had not heard of the FairTax before. Little by little, we are growing the movement.
FairTax meeting coming up June 20th at Roush's Restarant. Meeting starts at 6:30. Our guest speaker will be 10th district congressional candidate David Harlow (L). Come on out and be informed and bring a friend.
From Tony Corvo (part 2)
To address Old FARTS, I used to use this speech in my presentations to groups.
Hello, my name is Tony, I’m (current age) and I’m insane.
That’s right, I said I’m insane. But I don’t need a psychiatrist to give me a second opinion. Because how else can you describe a person who has committed himself to spending his time, energy, and resources to a cause that more than likely will not pay any material payback in his lifetime?
Let’s begin by doing a little math.
The average life expectancy for a male in this country is about 75 years. That means I may have less than 20 years left on this beautiful planet. A little less than two decades to play with my grandchildren and still have a chance to attend their high school graduation. Experts say that if I eat my bran flakes and take a baby aspirin every morning, I might even make it to see their wedding day. But keep the number 20 in mind.
Karl Marx wrote his Communist Manifesto in 1848. One of the ten basic tenants of this work was a heavy progressive income tax (another was the confiscation of personal property, but that's a story for another day). In 1913 the states ratified the 16th amendment, overturning an earlier Supreme Court ruling, and thus gave the federal government the power to impose an income tax. The act also established the IRS.
So it took 65 years to pass the income tax. It took several more decades to entirely corrupt the process. Overturning it won’t happen overnight, and maybe not even in 20 years.
So I’m telling all of you now, especially those seniors out there, worried about spending a little more in taxes, that I would support the FT even if I ended up paying more in taxes. Why?
The country is being ruined by an archaic, broken and corrupt tax system? Here is my chance to change that. I wasn’t at Normandy. I’m not going to find a cure for cancer. And NASA probably won’t call me to man the Mars mission. When I support the FairTax movement I am fighting for more than maybe a few hundred dollars here or there. I am fighting for my country, my children and my grandchildren. If you help, you may not be singled out in history books, but you may end up being a hero to everyone who is important to you.
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