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Thursday, January 7, 2010

NATIONAL TAX REVOLT Jan 20- pass it around

-LP: National Strike-We The People Strike Back against an out of control government.

National Strike Jan 20

The National Day of Strike-We The People Strike Back is an act of civil disobedience that is necessary to show our out of control government that we are serious about reigning in their un-constitutional confiscation of our finances, our freedoms and our rights. On January 20, 2010 We The People will strike at the life blood of that parasitic congress by denying them the tax revenue for one day. We will not work. We will not shop, or buy anything that is taxed. We will not renew any licenses, tags, file any government filings and we will not remain silent. On This day we will fire a shot across the bow of Congress that we rule them not the other way around.
Pass this message to everyone, post it on sites, do whatever it takes to get the word out.

*Hat tip to Carolyn


Ernest said...

Great idea.

ernest said...

Next should be an indefinite boycott/general strike of Washington DC.

Lake Lady said...

No revenue to the government for one day - I like it.
According to 2007 population figures, each American paid an average of $8,528.22 a year in individual and corporate income taxes, estate taxes, gift taxes, and excise taxes. That doesn't include sales taxes. That comes to $23.365 a day! $701 a month!
And how many of the population is non working or on the dole? That means the individual tax burden is even higher! The government took in $2,674,007,818,000 in revenue that year. Its been decreasing since. How do they expect to pay for all their "nanny" services?

The average American household is smart enough to realize that you cut back spending when your income lowers.

Stan said...

It will come to pass that eventually the people will not file their personal income tax returns on April 15th and then we will see government start to be run by the people. It;s going to happen because people are starting to smarten up.

Bill M said...

MLK Day is 18 January. That would be most appropriate. A day of Civil Disobedience and peaceful protests. MLK would be leading the way for justice from these pols.