posted on Apr, 6 2014 @ 04:58 PM
reply to post by FlyersFan
I wouldn't want my tax money to pay for people to be posting Jack Chickisms.
I wouldn't want my tax money to pay for people to be posting their opinion that there is no God.
I wouldn't want my tax money to pay for people to be posting their Qu'ran quotes.
See what I'm getting at? Tax money used to promote religious things I disagree with ... irksome.
So I can understand others not wanting tax money used to promote religious things they disagree with. - See more at:
I don't want my taxes paying for illegal wars throughout the world, but hey ho.
I don't want my taxes subsidising the very banks that f*cked everything up and then put the onus on us to fix it.
I don't want my taxes going to support a space programme in India while people in my country are homeless and starving.
I don't want my taxes going to support and promote an unelected fascist delegation of EU directors that determine the fate of any country unfortunate
enough to join them without the personal democratic consent of the people supposedly represented by them.
I see no separation of church and state here if the state willingly sacrifices its peoples on the altar of mammon for the sake of personal gain. The
world worships money. The state/governemnt/authority/SYSTEM worships and sacrifices to MONEY. EVERYTHING is laid out on the altar to the god of MONEY,
you, me, countries, nations.....whatever the price may be.
Your taxes pay for the chords that bind you to the altar.
It's maybe just a bit more subtle, but the facts are the same.
So rethink your strategy, or rethink your taxes.....