Sunday, January 18, 2009

"They" Should Abolish the IRS, and...

just print more money. I ran into a guy in town who said that very thing to me. He had noticed the messages on my cargo van (that are of a Libertarian nature), and so struck up a conversation. I laughed at his comment and replied, "Yeah, out of thin air, like they do now."
He replied, "I'm serious."

I thought about his comments later, and decided that maybe he's onto something. This government of ours long ago abandoned the principles of the Austrian School of Economics, and instead, embraced Keynesian economic thought. The DC dopes do not care one whit that when they increase deficit spending or print money out of thin air, they further devalue the dollar. So, given that philosophy, what's the difference? Just abolish the IRS and print more money.

They don't need the IRS; all they need is a printing press! At least, according to their economic philosophy, that's all they need.

Do a little research when you have time and discover what it is, according to the Constitution, that constitutes "money" in this country. Then realize that the Constitution, the Supreme Law of the Land, has never been amended to accommodate what passes for "money" today. That's because it is much easier to pass a LAW...even if it's unconstitutional...than it is to amend the Constitution. Plus, despite protestations to the contrary, most of our "representatives" in DC consider the Constitution to be an anachronism. They can't be bothered to amend it.

5 comments:

georgiegirl said...

Hi...

georgiegirl said...

No... do not abolish the IRS. The Congress and their "goons" enforcing the Laws, that are misapplied, should be prosecuted to the fullest extent. I've wondered why no one has filed charges against them, for fully mis-representing the Law. The Laws established in the IRC are, from what I've learned on this journey into "TRUTH"~ are totally Lawful. It's the nuts behind the wheel! You either IS or you AIN'T~ a taxpayer. Abolishing the IRS would only allow our Government to "create" a flat tax that would screw us even worse...
I get this... what I wish people would talk more about, which no where in the Tax honestly movement do I read anything is~ what about the poor saps that entered into that fraudulent contract and unknowingly signed whereby they basically volunteered to be that taxpayer~ and in my case, since 2003, because of "life circumstances" haven't been able to pay those taxes. The only good news is that when researching what lawful right IRS has to charge penalties and interest, about a year ago, I stumbled on the Tax Honesty movement. Basically, I started my quest by searching "IRS success stories" and found~ http://www.americanglasnost.blogspot.com/

georgiegirl said...

Oh... wanted to add~ I assume researching what the Laws in California are concerning Fraudulent Contracts would be a place to start.

Jefferson's Mammoth said...

I should note that Obama's people (Austan Goolesbee, David Friedman, etc.) are from the Chicago School--read monetarists. Their premise is that without all that imaginary bank money floating around there is going to be deflation. Unfortunately The banks are recieving the "official" money (not of their own invention)and not lending it out as they had their imaginary IOU notes which had grotesquely inflated prices in the first place--causing those trying to maintain the "American Dream" lifestyle to borrow more imaginary moolah. Now we're being fleeced and the monetarists are being proved horrifically wrong. So what's the answer? According to Goolesbee & Co.--PRINT MORE MONEY AND GIFT IT TO THE FRAUDULENT! The redistribution of wealth in reverse. And you wondered who all of Obama's donars were!

Scott Haley said...

Dave Champion has written one of the best pieces I've ever seen on the Fed Income Tax---

http://www.originalintent.org/edu/fedincometax.php

Naturally, the Feds are now out to get him. [Maybe they already have; I haven't kept up on his case.]