Michael Noonan wrote:
> It made my day to walk directly into enemy territory,
> as it were, and confront them head-on, and watch them
> fold like a house of cards.
They are just waiting for that next paycheck.
> Arguing in court, where the IRS/DOJ has an ally in
> the judge, may not work for people not able to stand
> up to the DOJ attorneys.
Most people cannot argue intelligently.
> This is not to quibble with you, for you are on point
> with your information, but to offer a tact that I know
> works from direct experience...and no court is ever
Always better to avoid court by expending a few calories of effort prior
to it becoming unavoidable.
Tact: 1 : sensitive mental or aesthetic perception <converted the novel
into a play with remarkable skill and tact>
2 : a keen sense of what to do or say in order to maintain good
relations with others or avoid offense
Tack: 2: to join in a slight or hasty manner
3 a: to add as a supplement b: to add (a rider) to a parliamentary bill
4: to change the direction of (a sailing ship) when sailing close-hauled
by turning the bow to the wind and shifting the sails so as to fall off
on the other side at about the same angle as before
1 a: to tack a sailing ship of a ship : to change to an opposite tack by
turning the bow to the wind c: to follow a course against the wind by a
series of tacks
2 a: to follow a zigzag course b: to modify one's policy or attitude
Tactic: 1 : a device for accomplishing an end
2 : a method of employing forces in combat