Internet tax – a bill passed by traitors

Make no mistake about it, I mean what I say. Those senators who voted for the new internet tax are traitors.

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Unlike the majority of our US senators, I’ve actually read the constitution. In fact, I took an oath to defend it.

Article 1 Section 7, US Constitution: “All bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.”

Article 1 Section 9 Clause 5, US Constitution: “No Tax or Duty shall be laid on Articles exported from any State.”

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This new ‘Marketplace fairness act” will do nothing to generate revenue, but may well sound the death bell for the US economy.

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You see, unlike the morons in our government, I am an entrepreneur, and I actually understand how to generate revenue, not just steal it from others through bills and taxation.

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This ‘Marketplace fairness act’ will only aid in their collectivist thrust back into the stone age. And for those who think that we should be taxed for shipping products online, I have something to tell you; we already pay taxes on the revenue we generate, you utter morons. How do you think millions of small companies like mine will keep up with the thousands of state and local taxes throughout the country? Want to know? We won’t! We’ll have to shut down. Mark my words, if the house of representatives passes this bill, the US economy will founder.

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The senators who voted for this bill are traitors because they have ignored their oath to defend the constitution, I bet many of them haven’t even read it. I know some geeky socialist is going to try and prove how we can be taxed like this because of the commerce clause or some other twisted piece of legislation, but I don’t care how you come up with your convoluted analogy. I take the constitution literally. I find it utterly appalling how many people support the stripping of our second amendment rights, among others. Between the gun banners, the internet tax advocates and the Obama-care supporters, this nation is doomed, unless we stand up and fight. Do yourself a favor, call your representatives and tell them to vote NO on the ‘Marketplace fairness act’! And do yourself another favor, send your representative a copy of Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged’, because mark my words, if they don’t take a hint soon, Atlas will shrug!

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4 responses to “Internet tax – a bill passed by traitors

  1. Both the Constitution for the United States of America 1789 and the Constitution of the United States 1871 are irrelevant when dealing with private law.
    Statutes relating to revenue from privately lent federal reserve notes are private law only
    Affecting the use of federal reserve notes. Congress suffers no constitutional limitations
    on how they manage that private venture.
    Use gold or silver or private bills of exchange if you want to stay in the general jurisdiction and not in the private venture federal reserve note jurisdiction.
    The Federal Reserve is just a private venture Congress created to raise additional tax revenue and financing.
    No one is forced to contract with their private bank. Neither Constitution can impair the obligation of contracts you enter into by using Congress’s pet private bank.

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