If income tax was revoked for one year, do you think that it would jump start the economy?
Liberals would then have to get a job - No more handouts! wouldn't that be great!
Asked By: Dude man - 7/25/2009
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Answered By: Linda K Texan for Life - 7/25/2009
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You could not drive to work because of the pot holes in the road. Your child could not go to school because without federal funding schools could not operate. Prisons would have to open their doors. You would get no mail. Hospitals would shut down. But the liberals would have to find jobs!! Great!!
Answered By: dubster - 7/25/2009
It would help those who actually work and produce something. However when you have a welfare state that is completely out of the question. Course when the cards fall we will see a bunch of lazy people starve or get shot stealing. Welfare also produces thieves. Maybe the prisons could release the pot heads. What a waste... More
Answered By: biga87718 - 7/25/2009
it would come a lot closer than what Obama is doing
Answered By: Warren T - 7/25/2009
No I don't. What would the gov. do to pay the bills, lay every one off? Then you'd have run away unemployment. Where would the money come from for unemployment? And the military, who would protect the country? That's right you have all the gun owners to protect us , right?That's what we call a well regulated militia... More
Answered By: demo man - 7/25/2009
I think that it would be chaos - Certainly tax relief would stimulate the country in ways that we could not imagine- and returning to the parameters that were recommended in the constitution - well that would be a huge start... More
Answered By: Nancy - 7/25/2009
Does anyone realize "taxes" were supposed to be a "temporary" thing to help support the WW II effort, and just never stopped (even though they were supposed to) because the politicians didn't want to give up the easy money. Technically they are illegal, but good luck with that.(whoever thumbed this down is either an... More
Answered By: tut - 7/25/2009
Liberals will try to say things like there would be no prisons or schools, but that's just because they don't realize that income taxes were only temporary before 1913 (like during the civil war). There were prisons, schools, and police prior to 1913. This would confound the people who only hear what they want to... More
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