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Taxing Citizens

Taking Your Money

Spending Taxpayers Money



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Dear Lowman,


Defending The Forgotten Taxpayer, like the original Tea Party, December 17, 1773, is much more than money; it is about individual free choice, individual freedom, the core value of American written Constitution limiting the power of government over the individual citizen.

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Taxing One Citizen to Redistribute To Another Means





How is this fair? And how will it work if those tax consumers bankrupt tax producers with taxes and regulation?

Only the Government, or A Thief, Can Take Your Money Without Your Permission



I take what I want - who is going to stop me?

How does taking money from The Forgotten Taxpayer and giving to favored business as a subsidy increase productivity or increase the net worth of the common wealth. Maybe The Forgotten Taxpayer had other, and even better, uses for this money. What justifies the taking of money from one private citizen, who has done nothing wrong, and giving to another private citizen who has done nothing to deserve it? Like a thief, the government takes what it wants. Gov. Ed Rendell said Tuesday that the state and the company are in negotiations about the incentive package anticipated to be between $15 million to $20 million

Healthcare: Spending the Forgotten Taxpayers Money

Democratic Speaker Pelosi and Democratic US Representative Kathy Dahlkemper (D-Erie Penna.) advocate using The Forgotten Taxpayer's money to give something for nothing to young adults, 19 to 26. It would be more beneficial to all to cut the pay roll taxes which would give an immediate raise to every working young adult, lower the cost of labor for businesses to retain and hire people who want to work and produce and to support themselves. Rep Pelosi and Rep Dahlkemper have voted to keep young people dependent on government and discouraged ethic or work, save and invest. When young people work, they have payroll taxes deducted from their pay for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, none of which they are likely to receive because these programs are going bankrupt.

Why should young people, (or anyone), pay for something they are not going to get. In fact, insurance for this class of people is affordable if they have a job. There is no reason to extend period of dependency. That is for infants and helpless children, not young adults. The culture of dependency on government has replaced the culture of work. These elected officials are not doing young adults or The Forgotten Taxpayer are providing a faux benefit.

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