Dan Joseph Asking the Question That Every Liberal Should Be Able To Answer
If you’re a liberal, then you most likely feel the rich should be taxed more, but if you strongly feel that way then you should have a percentage that you can readlly state. But there is no number that the liberals can give, to which I say is the exact number. The only surely fair number for anybody to pay in taxes is no number, and let that percentage be represented by Zero!
Remember y’all, the government taking a percentage of our income is a violation of our right to property, which is flat out unconstitutional. The 16th amendment is a contradiction to the constitution which should be abolished.
Trying to put a number on how much people who are in a higher income bracket goes against the constitution because the constitution says that taxes are supposed to be uniform, even though in the original model it was talking about excises, imposts, and duties. You’ll notice in the clause it doesn’t mention anything about a general income tax.
The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;
Most importantly, income taxes means that the government is taking a percentage of your income before you can tithe.
That is the government violating free religious exercise, and assuming precedence over God, taking a percentage of the fruits of your labor, before you can make an offering to God for what He’s blessed you with.
Not to mention, if you feel the rich should be taxed more that means you are coveting, which is a violation of one of God’s top ten commandments. It also shows that these covetous people who keep demanding more taxes on others are the truly greedy. -Zo
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