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Apr 08 2014

Americans Spend More on Taxes Than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined

Great news — we are only a couple weeks away from Tax Freedom Day:

The day when the nation collectively has made enough money to pay its total tax burden for the year is three days later this year, according to a new report.

According to a report released Monday by the Tax Foundation, this year Tax Freedom Day falls 111 days into 2014, on April 21.

By April 21, to group says, Americans will have made enough to pay the $3 trillion in federal taxes and $1.5 trillion in state taxes — more than they will spend on food clothing and housing combined.

By any reasonable definition, this is slavery. Slavery does not become just because it has been inflicted by a tyranny of the majority — a majority consisting largely of parasites deliberately discouraged from working and farmed for their votes the way chickens are farmed for eggs.

In 1900, when Americans paid less than 6 percent of their income to taxes the day fell on Jan. 22.

That’s why in 1900, we had a future.

In 2040, tax day will fall on December 26. Why not? The rate of government growth continues to accelerate, and few of us put up even token resistance.

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Imagine the taxes he’ll have to pay to when the debt storm hits.

On a tip from Artfldgr.




15 Responses to “Americans Spend More on Taxes Than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined”

  1. Roy Rogers says:

    I will not comply with this illegal government run by corrupt, greedy rat bastards who exempt themselves from the very laws they impose on me.

  2. I will not comply with this illegal government run by corrupt, greedy rat bastards who exempt themselves from the very laws they impose on me.

  3. TED says:

    She finally round a flag she could be proud orf.

    http://i59.tinypic.com/x58n7b.jpg

  4. TED says:

    She finally round a flag she could be proud orf.

    http://i59.tinypic.com/x58n7b.jpg

  5. […] Americans Spend More on Taxes Than Food, Clothing, and Housing Combined […]

  6. rambler says:

    All this money confiscated and a massive debt…….. what are we really getting for all this money? If the the gov were a private company, the investors would have shut it down!

  7. rambler says:

    All this money confiscated and a massive debt…….. what are we really getting for all this money? If the the gov were a private company, the investors would have shut it down!

  8. Eric says:

    In 1900, when Americans paid less than 6 percent of their income to taxes the day fell on Jan. 22.

    HANG ON THERE:

    In 1895, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the income tax was unconstitutional because it was not apportioned among the states in conformity with the Constitution. In 1913, the 16th Amendment to the Constitution made the income tax a permanent fixture in the U.S. tax system.

    Read more: History of the Income Tax in the United States | Infoplease.com http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005921.html#ixzz2yROVeNAA

    Looks like income tax was illegal from ’95-’13. Of course that could be property/sales/excise/ etc..

  9. Eric says:

    In 1900, when Americans paid less than 6 percent of their income to taxes the day fell on Jan. 22.

    HANG ON THERE:

    In 1895, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the income tax was unconstitutional because it was not apportioned among the states in conformity with the Constitution. In 1913, the 16th Amendment to the Constitution made the income tax a permanent fixture in the U.S. tax system.

    Read more: History of the Income Tax in the United States | Infoplease.com http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005921.html#ixzz2yROVeNAA

    Looks like income tax was illegal from ’95-’13. Of course that could be property/sales/excise/ etc..

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