from Wikipedia on the Citizens for Tax Justice
That sure does NOT sound like some radical extremist group to me. Although I could imagine that a extreme right winger who wanted to use biased and partial information to strip tens of million of American from their voting rights might consider them a threat.Citizens for Tax Justice (founded in 1979) is a lobbying organization focusing on federal, state and local tax policies and their impact upon our nation. CTJ's mission is to give ordinary people a greater voice in the development of tax laws. Their principles are: Fair taxes for middle and low-income families; Requiring the wealthy to pay their fair share; Closing corporate tax loopholes; Adequately funding important government services; Reducing the federal debt; and Taxation that minimizes distortion of economic markets.
No, that is the narrow issue that YOU want to foist upon people to fool them into accepting the crap that you are serving up. In a discussion about taxes, it is only right to talk about taxes. For or for anyone to restrict it to only a single tax while ignoring all others is intellectually dishonest and intentionally deceitful.sorry that crap doesn't cut it when that biased left wing study tries to claim that every possible thing is "taxes" when the issue is the income tax burden. Local taxes are not part of the debate on federal tax issues-the issues that are main talking points in federal elections.