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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    Truer words were never spoken.......

    To claim to be Free in a country with a government that imposes its will on the people via brute force.........

    ........is becoming more of a stretch every ensuing day.
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    So when did the US government not impose its will on the people via brute force?
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    You dont want to pay taxes

    Dont earn a taxable income,
    The fruits of one's labor is fundamental to Freedom......

    sell your homes,
    Capital Gains Tax......

    buy second hand goods
    With my taxed income......

    and grow your own food
    But I sold my property......

    You will then not pay any taxes, your quality of life might take a big drop, but you wont pay a single cent in taxes
    "In this world, the only things certain are death and taxes"
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    So when did the US government not impose its will on the people via brute force?
    1786.....

    ....The People's will was imposed on government.....
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    The fruits of one's labor is fundamental to Freedom......
    Your labour will be applied to growing carrots and pigs

    Capital Gains Tax......
    A final tax to the tax man
    With my taxed income......
    You wont have an income


    But I sold my property......
    Rent some land from someone in a barter exchange for provided some general maintenance
    "In this world, the only things certain are death and taxes"
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    Death is for certain, taxes are not
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Your labour will be applied to growing carrots and pigs
    So here come those property taxes again.....

    A final tax to the tax man
    As long as I take what the government didnt......to the grave.

    You wont have an income Rent some land from someone in a barter exchange for provided some general maintenance
    The IRS would like to discuss this with you.....

    Death is for certain, taxes are not
    Your right....Ben Franklin is wrong.
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    So here come those property taxes again.....
    Has the IRS raided your back yard garden? I dont think so.

    As long as I take what the government didnt......to the grave.
    Darn right, gold and diamond encrusted coffin is what I am going to be buried in. It will also be electrified through a fuel cell generator buried along with me. The fuel cell will be powered by a direct tie up with a natural gas line pre paid for 200 years. No grave robbers will be getting my stuff when I am dead for a long time
    The IRS would like to discuss this with you.....
    What they dont know wont hurt them

    Your right....Ben Franklin is wrong.
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    As with most cliches they are generally correct but are not universal truths. Tribal groups dead in the Amazon are not paying taxes to the Brazilian government
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Has the IRS raided your back yard garden? I dont think so.

    Darn right, gold and diamond encrusted coffin is what I am going to be buried in. It will also be electrified through a fuel cell generator buried along with me. The fuel cell will be powered by a direct tie up with a natural gas line pre paid for 200 years. No grave robbers will be getting my stuff when I am dead for a long time
    What they dont know wont hurt them



    As with most cliches they are generally correct but are not universal truths. Tribal groups dead in the Amazon are not paying taxes to the Brazilian government
    You could take up residence on an Indian reservation... and sell fireworks.
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Has the IRS raided your back yard garden? I dont think so.
    Please see Senate Bill 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act[/quote]

    Darn right, gold and diamond encrusted coffin is what I am going to be buried in. It will also be electrified through a fuel cell generator buried along with me. The fuel cell will be powered by a direct tie up with a natural gas line pre paid for 200 years. No grave robbers will be getting my stuff when I am dead for a long time
    Sounds like a pretty hefty tax bill for all that.........

    What they dont know wont hurt them
    Thats not very patriotic in Joe Biden's book.....

    As with most cliches they are generally correct but are not universal truths. Tribal groups dead in the Amazon are not paying taxes to the Brazilian government
    Well at least your argument flies in the Amazon......
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Badmutha View Post
    Please see Senate Bill 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act

    Sounds like a pretty hefty tax bill for all that.........
    Certainly not. The diamonds and gold will be smuggled in from the Ivory Coast, it will be more expensive then buying them using normal channels but by god the tax man wont get my money

    Thats not very patriotic in Joe Biden's book.....
    Who cares about the state of the union, I just dont want to pay taxes. If the country goes tits up all the better
    Well at least your argument flies in the Amazon......
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    Which shows that death is certain, taxes are not
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    Re: Were the Bush Tax Cuts Good for Growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    I have told you before, but you need to look at REAL GDP if you are comparing years, otherwise some of that growth could simply be due to inflation.
    You'd be wasting your time. Conservative only looks at nominal numbers, as they support his arguments best. 8% growth sounds a lot better when you don't know there's 15% inflation.
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