RE: [tips_and_tricks] RE: letter from Congressman Hertel Concerning IRS Levy Authority
Here’s an important concept on why this works.
Your next letter to the IRS or employer AFTER you get the Congressperson letter goes like this:
I realize you received a letter from the IRS. Understand that the IRS is under the Department of Treasury and that department reports to Obama. No servant is greater than its master and Obama heads the Executive Branch of government. That branch does not write law and can’t even interpret law EXCEPT FOR ITS OWN PURPOSES and for its own EMPLOYEEES. Hence, outside its own realm, everything the IRS states is considered ‘opinion”.
In law everything is based on the Legislative Intent of the law. Other branches—including the judicial-- can interpret UNTIL the legislative branch states its intention for the law. The letter attached states the legislative Branch’s intention. In short, “When the legislative branch speaks of its intentions of law, all other branches must TAKE NOTICE.” This goes further. All lawyers are officer’s of the Court. That is the judicial branch. Any lawyer—which includes all judges—cannot step from separation of powers and speak for the Legislative Branch.
In my possession is the LEGISLATIVE BRANCH telling me—and now I’m informing you—of its intentions when making levy law. This letter states in essence that any IRS action under sect XXX does not apply in the private sector. I am thus giving you the option to err on the side of caution—every free inhabitant is entitled to his wages--in full-- otherwise we do not live in a free society. You will err in the side of GOOD FAITH by maintaining this letter and he Congressperson’s letter in your file yet not choosing to steal wages. Take heart—the history of the IRS has NEVER been to prosecute or fine those who operate in GOOD FAITH and can prove same.
I sent a similar suggestion to two different Lawman groups last week. I also suggested that the requests go to senators as well and that all requests clearly state that referal by the congressmen to the IRS for a response is NOT desired and that input from congressional legislative draftsman would be appreciated.
Here is an additional suggestion. Everyone who receives (or who has already received) such a letter should post it to this group as an attachment to a regular post or as a document for the group files. It would be much more powerful for anyone who is dealing with the IRS about a levy matter to be able to provide copies of several letters from different members of congress all saying more or less the same thing. If you only present one, it is much easier for the IRS to dismiss it as a letter from a congressman who misinterpreted the law.
On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 7:28 PM, John Hill <otoman@...> wrote:
As a suggestion for those that have not done this. Why not write a letter to your own Congressman asking him the same question that generated the response from Ex-Congressman Hertel. A letter written specifically to you from your own Congressman will mean a whole lot more than a copy of one written to someone else years ago. I wrote to my Congressman about a year ago and sent him a copy of a similar letter from a different Congressman and asked him if the information in the letter was true and if so, would he please personalize a similar letter and mail it to me...
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