Re: Pass the truth around
- No statute is going to tell you whether or not you are liable for the
tax. That's because the Constitution already does that, together
with Pollock, Brushaber, Stanton v. Baltic Mining, Flint v. Stone
Tracy and Eisner v. McComber and a host of other reinforcing opinions
from the U. S. Supreme Court that state EXPLICITLY the limitations
upon Congress on their power to tax. If Congress was not granted the
power to lay and collect a certain type of tax, then Congress also
does not have the power and authority to enact any statute to execute
and administer the laying and collection of that tax.
THE CONSTITUTION plus U. S. SUPREME COURT OPINIONS is where you learn
if you owe the federal tax on incomes for any particular calendar
year, based on your responses to the THREE ELEMENTS. Then if you
decide you DO OWE the tax, THEN you crack open Title 26 (IRS Code)
and start reading...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Nilbux@a... wrote:
> Ask the Imaginary Revenue Scum to tell you
> what statute makes you sunject to the tax.
> If you are lucky, you will get a form letter
> stating that there are questions that they
> do not have to answer, then they list them
> but the question that you asked will not be
> on the list.