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Thomas commented on Jeff B. Willis's blog post Questions for Republican Presidential Nominees
"Question 4: Are you a patriot who always supports your country and who supports the government when the government deserves support? "
Tuesday
Thomas replied to Jeff Dover's discussion To Take Back America, Take It From TheTop
"Give this one a look.  I know no more about this initiative than what you will be able to read if you click on the link below.  Will it be successful?  Elifino, but if enough people join in and help to push, yes it will be.  The…"
Tuesday
Thomas replied to Judson Phillips's discussion Black Monday
".....With a sizable but workable vegetable garden, a fish pond stocked with bass and bream (or catfish if you prefer) and a large enough field of corn to be able to feed an adequate-sized flock of chickens and maybe other fowl.  Plant spuds and…"
Monday
Thomas commented on Frosty Wooldridge's blog post America’s Growing Multicultural Quagmire
"In how many of the fifty states of the real United States of America would a majority of all eligible voters vote to shut down and get rid of the criminal enterprise that now passes as "our" federal government if given a chance to vote.…"
Monday
Thomas commented on Darwin Rockantansky's blog post Red Ink At Half Mast:: In Memory of Alan Caruba
"The eloquence with which Alan "called out" the various fraudsters and shysters who beset -- and burden --   civilization will be sorely missed.  "
Saturday
Thomas replied to Judson Phillips's discussion The future of America after King v. Burwell
"What is it about an arbitrary ruling from a rogue SCOTUS that magically causes a non-viable, non-sustainable closed loop, negative feedback self-destructing system to suddenly be viable and sustainable.  For the ACA to make itself into a…"
Jun 26
Thomas commented on Frosty Wooldridge's blog post Adios America: Turning America into a Third World Hellhole
"A blast from the past. The essay at this link was written, with prescience, by Ben Franklin in 1773.  As you read it, note the resemblance to The Declaration of Independence which was written by Jefferson 3 years after this was written.…"
Jun 22
Thomas replied to Judson Phillips's discussion The bleak future of the Republican Party
"Do you really think that Boehner cares what happens in the 2016 elections?  He's had his turn.  If the Republicans lose, so what?  "
Jun 21
Thomas commented on Jack Kemp's blog post Democrats Literally Selling Hate
"The hate of the left is Universal.  They hate the laws of physics, chemistry and biology and they hate the things that are all around us that are produced by those natural laws acting and interacting as they do.   "
Jun 16
Thomas commented on Jack Kemp's blog post Democrats Literally Selling Hate
"I have forgotten the name of the person to whom I should credit this quote, but here 'tis sans attribution: "The future is already here -- it's just not evenly distributed."  Consider that as you see fit.  I would add…"
Jun 16
Thomas replied to Judson Phillips's discussion Why did the Tea Party support the GOP?
"I think it is unfortunate but I think it is likely that this guy "nails it" with this article.   http://www.newswithviews.com/Gonzalez/servando145.htm Is it conceivable that when there is a 51st state added to the U. S., that state…"
Jun 15
Thomas commented on Donna Gail Garner's blog post MY EFFORTS TO SIMPLIFY TAA, TPA, AND TPP -- BY DONNA GARNER - 6.12.15
"For as long as our governments, individually and collectively, are taxing the b-jesus out of the goods and services that are produced domestically, whether they may be exported or sold domestically, while allowing a virtual tax free ride or at least…"
Jun 14
Thomas replied to Alan Caruba's discussion No Strategy. No Clue.
"He is so clueless that he doesn't have a clue that he is clueless.....And his cluelessness is not limited to Iraq: It knows no bounds -- In every direction that he turns the dufous runs face first into the wall of his own ignorance.   "
Jun 11
Thomas replied to Alan Caruba's discussion "Skeptics" Gather in D.C.
"Not directly tied to the topic at hand but certainly in the same ball park...And the games are on.    Obama's New Regulations to Cost $110 Billion An American Action Forum (AAF) review of Obama's regulatory agenda found more…"
Jun 11
Thomas commented on Seton Motley's blog post Crony Socialism: Governments All Over the World Are Messing Up a Free Trade Market
"All governments, regardless of the type of government, come to resemble self-eating watermelons------but they first destroy their nations.  "
Jun 10
Thomas replied to Judson Phillips's discussion The most shocking part of the Obamatrade fiasco.
"Just why, exactly, is it necessary for the federal bureaucracy to foist a secretive trade agreement on the American people for there to be trade between and among private sector economic enterprises planet wide?  Bugg off, bimbinos.  …"
Jun 10

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At 9:34am on November 29, 2011, joetheeconomist said…

I posted this on Kathline's wall because I didn't think that anyone else would be interested but it answers the same question that you ask :

 

You asked what we can do: Organize, Organize, Organize.  This is a blog piece from our site about what you can do about Social Security.  But it is true of all aspects of government: http://www.fixssnow.org/blog/post/2011/11/10/Are-You-Serious-About-Social-Security-Reform.aspx

 

I will tell you that many people don't believe that they make a difference.  This is why they are ignored.  My sister-in-law who has a very full time job told me I am too busy to start an organization.  So I said join an effort.  Then she said she was too busy to find a organization.  She had to know exactly what the organization did and about the money.  I told her to join our effort (which is not even solution specific and we take no 3rd party money)  The name is too contenious.  Register with a bogus name.  It is too much trouble to set-up a new FB account.  So I told she didn't want to do anything - and she told me that she writes her Congressman.   And I told her honestly, you are not writing your Congressman you are writing a 19-year old intern.  She doesn't believe that she makes a difference, and gets mild self enjoyment from writing letters of outrage and indignation.

 

There  are a lot of people like her.  She votes straight ticket Republican so no matter what they do, they will get her vote and money no less. She is part of the problem.  She is willing to sit in a problem thinking that the Republican version of the problem is smaller than the Democratic version.  She doesn't believe that she makes a difference.

 

The first thing that we can do - and this isn't just about SS - is believe that we make a difference.

At 9:29pm on July 13, 2011, John Woods said…
Uncle Sam is not dead yet.
At 3:26pm on May 10, 2011, John Mainhart said…

 

True.  I am sure you are a lovely soul because you are interested in the truth.  I must  insist that every tax paid is in some way connected to what we produce including individual taxes since the money we earn is included in the price of what we purchase.  Since we must pay some taxes I would rather those companies making lots of money share in that process and if the playing field is competitive they may not be able to just add the tax to the price.  I liked the whole system better when the anti-trust laws broke up large businesses.

At 11:20am on May 10, 2011, John Mainhart said…
I see no reason that Big businesses shouln't pay taxes.  When capitalism started in this country by Presbyterians they believed that businesses had a social obligation to help the society from which they gained their largess.  I don't see any mreason why we as tax payers should help big business to make more money.  They should pay taxes, get no deductions especially for their machines wearing out , and they should get no susidies.  The more the people in Washington give to capitalists the more the capitalists give money to them to win eloections.
At 12:14pm on December 30, 2010, joseph C Avila said…

Tom : I read your comment about the feds charging fees instead of the income tax.

I would rather have the feds have only one avenue to tax and that would be a flat rate income tax on the states  gross income.

Then the feds cannot tax businesses or individuals, only the states' treasury.

This makes the state the primary taxing agency for the businesses and individuals within the state's boarders. Each state would have a different tax law so they would then be in competition with each other to attract businesses.

Also, the IRS would only have 50 income tax returns to process.

Yes, this cuts the IRS down to almost nothing.

I explain this all in my blog "Regaining Freedom". 

 

 
 
 

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