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Craig T. Nelson: I won’t pay taxes until my government starts listening to me!!

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posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:31 AM
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Although at the beggining he seems like hes on drugs " this desk is really shiny " hahahaha he has a few good points
have a watch guys, also i dont really know much about the guy, is he credible??? I Wonder aswell what programs he means when he says hes been asked to fund programs that he will not!!

www.liveleak.com...

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posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:03 AM
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Right on coach! Many good points in this vid.

Taxation (looting) without representation.

The GOVT. won't listen to we the people why should we listen to them.

This madness has to stop.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:17 AM
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Yeah! A movement by the people should be called the Unrepresented Party. Has a much better ring to it than TEA.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:21 AM
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The state plans too cut education , police, firemen etc. but won't consider cutting the vast waste they fund each year. The point being that they plan to cut the services that will hurt citezens the most to "punish" them for not agreeing to higher taxes. Notice they haven't cut the 10billion out for the study of a high speed rail?



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:21 AM
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The state plans too cut education , police, firemen etc. but won't consider cutting the vast waste they fund each year. The point being that they plan to cut the services that will hurt citezens the most to "punish" them for not agreeing to higher taxes. Notice they haven't cut the 10billion out for the study of a high speed rail?



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:41 AM
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California Lawmakers to constituents: since you didn't agree to fund our programs (which are of course for your own good(we know better how to spend your money than you)) we are taking away YOUR money from the programs to which YOU allocated it for, fire, police, education, etc..

I feel bad for all of you living in the DPRC.


Democratic Peoples Republic of California



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:45 AM
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Originally posted by uncommon-sense
reply to post by Free4Ever2
 


The state plans too cut education , police, firemen etc. but won't consider cutting the vast waste they fund each year. The point being that they plan to cut the services that will hurt citezens the most to "punish" them for not agreeing to higher taxes. Notice they haven't cut the 10billion out for the study of a high speed rail?


You are exactly right! If they threaten to cut essential services then everyone is basically held hostage. It's a total BS game to hide the fact of all the money they do waste on crap programs like the example you stated.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 07:46 AM
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Originally posted by uncommon-sense

The state plans too cut education , police, firemen etc. but won't consider cutting the vast waste they fund each year.


Every tax-happy city/state/nation does this. It trains the stupid people to think "oh, we can't not pay out the rear or the Sun won't shine and all the hospitals will close."

It's the oldest trick in the book yet people still fall for it.

In the world of criminal extortion this would be the equivalent of smashing your windows and beating you up because you refused to pay your "protection" money.

[edit on 29-5-2009 by thisguyrighthere]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:04 AM
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Star and Flag,

Lets get this to the front page and keep it there.

We need someone high profile to start a widespread tax revolution. Coach is great for a start.

I think some group (NOT ATS tin foil hat people, but maybe Tea Party people) to ask him to be the spokesman for a new movement.

Peaceful protest is never going to go far but a tax revolution will certainly send the message quickly and get tons of media coverage.

His arguments could be applied to the Feds as well as most other states. I think I read 48 of them.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:33 AM
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your right, a tax revolution would certainly send the right message and make the governments mabye sit up and listn to there people
thanks again, peace and love x



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:46 AM
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Star and Flag too.

I may be a member of the "tin foil hat" crowd, but it doesn't make me any less American, and a member of the great REPUBLIC! It's time for a tax revolt!



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:52 AM
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Yeah! Tin foil hat people pay taxes too! *spank spank*

In all seriousness. This is great. If enough people band together and completely stop paying taxes, they couldn't possibly punish all of us.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by Free4Ever2
also i dont really know much about the guy, is he credible??? I Wonder aswell what programs he means when he says hes been asked to fund programs that he will not!!


He's an actor. One of his big rolls was in 1982 · Steven Spielberg's · [color=gold]Poltergeist

He's mad as hell about funding the same programs that I was funding when I lived there 20 years ago.

California has been a bastion of waste and retards at the local, city & state level for decades. You can't get rid of them so I left in disgust.

Some of my best friends in California have been liberals, some gay, some hispanic, some black and native indian; even some minority whites.


None have been as flaming as what you see on the front page of the newspapers. The retards all made it into office or are feverishly trying to get a mad slice of that pie.

I'm still wondering how one goes about not paying taxes; if you hold a regular weekly paycheck job the only thing I can consider is claiming 9 exemptions; that's a guaranteed audit and they'll just garnish wages next year to make up for the loss?


[edit on 5·29·09 by DrMattMaddix]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 10:54 AM
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I didn't even realize Glenn Beck moved to Fox. I guess that's what happens when you haven't watched TV in a year.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:04 PM
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If you took EVERY Californian government employee and just made them have the same medical benefits that the rest of us had, and made them pay like the rest of us do, then your budget would probably be in the black in two years!

But nooooo! They sit in their ivory towers and feed off the little people.

Sorry,... bitter, angry, frustrated.

I'm good with 49 states. Really. Lets just cut our losses and give it up.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:08 PM
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Originally posted by DrMattMaddix
He's an actor. One of his big rolls was in 1982 · Steven Spielberg's · [color=gold]Poltergeist

He's mad as hell about funding the same programs that I was funding when I lived there 20 years ago.

California has been a bastion of waste and retards at the local, city & state level for decades. You can't get rid of them so I left in disgust.

Some of my best friends in California have been liberals, some gay, some hispanic, some black and native indian; even some minority whites.


None have been as flaming as what you see on the front page of the newspapers. The retards all made it into office or are feverishly trying to get a mad slice of that pie.

I'm still wondering how one goes about not paying taxes; if you hold a regular weekly paycheck job the only thing I can consider is claiming 9 exemptions; that's a guaranteed audit and they'll just garnish wages next year to make up for the loss?


Yeah, they will just garnish the wages. I get mine garnished every year because I refuse to file an income tax.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:52 PM
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Originally posted by FrankWhite222
Star and Flag,

Lets get this to the front page and keep it there.

We need someone high profile to start a widespread tax revolution. Coach is great for a start.

I think some group (NOT ATS tin foil hat people, but maybe Tea Party people) to ask him to be the spokesman for a new movement.

Peaceful protest is never going to go far but a tax revolution will certainly send the message quickly and get tons of media coverage.

His arguments could be applied to the Feds as well as most other states. I think I read 48 of them.


Here...Here!

The more that higher profile people get involved and start taking action, then the faster we can bring this thing to a head.

stars for you!



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:58 PM
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Great post Free4Ever2!

My question to all ATS'ers out here, is how the hell do we do this? I'm a South African living in Canada, and I've seen this abuse from both 3rd and 1st world countries! So the question is this, how do we do this?

My answer would be a simple one....We need to mobilise these kinds of high profile people, and get them to congregate and express their feelings over the internet, to encourage the masses!

Once we have a sufficient and "critical mass" audience, the world will stand up and say enough is enough! It's time we take this planet back for ourselves! What most people don't understand or realise is that without us, they are NOTHING!

I had a thought the other day: "What if the entire world's workforce said - we will not work for 5 days, or even more, until 'you' agree to the fact that we pay you, and that 'you' serve us??"


If we did that, 'they' would be paralysed and at OUR mercy....Think about guys and girls



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:59 PM
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Commiefornians continued to vote in the same spend on nonsense liberals. This is what they voted in. The entire country is in the same boat now with the Obamination. Our republic was stolen by the controllers. They have owned both major parties for decades and have made it prohibitive for others to compete.
Commiefornia today, the USSA tomorrow.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 08:05 PM
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By having a few famous people stating that they are no longer going to pay their taxes, after they already did, we could trigger a massive movement of people doing the same thing for real.







 
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