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Thread: Should Taxpayers get to make their own threads?

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    johnflesh

    Should Taxpayers get to make their own threads?

    Should taxpayers get to vote on what and where their tax dollars go? Like art, education, war, healthcare, etc...

    Since it seems the aim of a lot of these threads comes down to the detailed socialism that exists in this country, lets ask the question, should we (U.S.) get to vote on the placement of each and every tax dollar?

    I mean it would improve education of the common man into tax laws and with more respect to the subject to be voted on. It would give the mass the say in where the tax dollars go and the country can be funded by the values of American workers.

    So, should Americans get to vote on where our tax dollars go? Should we get to vote on how much goes where, etc.. Discuss.


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    Migi e!

    Re: Should Taxpayers get to make their own threads?

    We do get to vote for that every two years....the representatives betray the votes by their wanton gluttony. We never had a national debt before federal taxes were levied.

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    johnflesh

    Re: Should Taxpayers get to make their own threads?

    Thank you for getting my point. Thank you.

    I'd green ya but it won't let me.

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    Migi e!

    Re: Should Taxpayers get to make their own threads?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnflesh View Post
    Thank you for getting my point. Thank you.

    I'd green ya but it won't let me.
    It's ok, I can survive without the greens.

    Federal Income Tax of 1913: Information from Answers.com

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