RE: [RLC-Action] Father arrested over objections to curriculum in son's Kindergarten class
- As usual, the "pro-sin" guys of the RLC think anyone is a bigot who
thinks homosexuality is wrong or those who are a Christian.
The founders were revolutionaries and is why we are all here now. So is
the concept of revolution now wrong?
and why the need for the "F" word on here?
Makes me glad to be here in Texas and not in California.
I for one would be for the Texas RLC leaving the National RLC to distance
ourselves from being considered a "pro sin" organization. We would be
CRUCIFIED here if the personal views of some of the National RLC guys ever
came out as being attached to us as an organization.
>This is getting ridiculous. The guy was arrested for trespassing. He
>admitted to trespassing, he even refused to pay his bail so that he could
>spend the night in prison to try and get more press attention. This is no
>different from the people that chain themselves across a street to stop
>traffic while protesting pollution from SUVs. He may have had a valid
>about not wanting his kids to be taught things that his bigoted little mind
>finds objectionable, but he doesn't have a right to refuse to leave the
>school after he has been told to leave.
>Let's also look at the news sources. Adam is offering us a press release
>from a group called "Article 8 Alliance", a Waltham, MA single issue anti
>gay group. No legitimate news articles have been offered, instead he
>expects everyone to accept the ideology of the press release and pick up
>pitchforks like the photo on the Article 8 website of a guy with a sign
>states "Time for the 2nd Revolution".
>And by the way, the jackass that got himself arrested IS A MEMBER OF THE
>ARTICLE 8 ALLIANCE. THIS WAS A FUCKING STAGED EVENT!
>People, read the Article 8 Alliance website for a change. This is not a
>group that we want to be associating ourselves with in any way.
>Now, on to the real news of this story.
>The Nashua Telegraph
- From: bill Jambura
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 8:40 PM
>> Why?No, they are not. They are a method of collecting taxes, various kinds of
> Because payroll taxes are a flat tax on income
taxes. You can have a flat tax without a payroll tax.
>> As I said, a part of this would be eliminating alThank you for admitting that.
>> deductions and whatnot.
> But if you eliminate all the deductions, you've solved
> the problem.
> But as a practical matter, eliminating deductions andIt will never happen as long as skeptics say it won't.
> loopholes will never happen. As long as there is any
> income tax code, buying politicians is the best investment
> any crony can make.
> Except for a short-lived reprieve from a complex taxActually, no, because if we go with the proposal I make, they will pay MORE
> form (which will never happen), all your flat tax does
> is provide a tax cut for the rich by eliminating the
> progressive scale.
because they won't have their tax shelters, etc.
>> The government knows how much you make (and that's all)What part of "no deductions" don't you understand?
>> with a flat tax...
> Not only does the government know how much you make, they
> can demand, whenever they want, that you produce your
> receipts to account for your deductions.