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The IRS and Obamacare Highlights Government Force

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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:09 AM
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Fascist Soup reports:

As you may know, the healthcare bill will fine people 250,000 dollars and put them in prison for 5 years if they fail to buy a suitable private health insurance plan or pay a payroll tax.

The healthcare bill assigns the IRS the job of making sure you fork over your cash to fascist insurance agencies.

USA Today reports:


Internal Revenue Service agents already try to catch tax cheats and moonshiners. Under the proposed health care legislation, they would get another assignment: checking to see whether Americans have health insurance…

In addition, the IRS would collect hundreds of billions of dollars in new fees on employers, drug companies and device makers, according to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO).


Of course, the IRS itself is a private organization contracted by the government for the enforcement of our taxes. Much like the Federal Reserve, they are quasi-governmental. Not really government, not really private, they reap the best benefits of both worlds. The protection of being a government agency and the autonomy of being a private organization.

This is why fascism and socialism always leads to a police state.

Everything the government does, it does at the point of a gun.

Capitalism is purely voluntary, which is why libertarian organizations say they are working toward a “voluntary” society. When capitalism is allowed to flourish, force becomes unnecessary. The only time force needs to be involved is if someone engages in fraud or harms someone by their actions.



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posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:25 AM
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Sad that no matter how much you try to explain what our corrupted corporate run government and congress is up to many just will bend over and take it while waving their littler pathetic patriotic american flags.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by marg6043
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Sad that no matter how much you try to explain what our corrupted corporate run government and congress is up to many just will bend over and take it while waving their littler pathetic patriotic american flags.



Sounds like your a terrorist to me.

Only Pelosi et al. know what is best for me.

I am too dumb to be responsible for my own well being.

I need to be forced at gun point to hand over my money to private insurance agencies that have bought out our congress and run our government.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:46 AM
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I am used to by now, after all anybody that dares tell the truth this days is tagged a terrorist, but hey I will wear the tagging like a badge of honor.

Now, the entire bill can not be challenged in the supreme court for its unconstitutionality until becomes law.

And it will be challenged.

What it bothers me is that when Hillary proposed the first universal health care back in 92 the Republicans were very fast bringing the issue of constitutionality but now that this nothing but a private insurance grab I see only a few Republicans actually calling it unconstitutional the rest are as much into the pockets of big insurance companies as Democrats are.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:47 AM
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Can anyone say unenforceable?

I thought you could.

You would have tens of millions of Americans thrown in the klink. There is no way that they could possibly enforce this.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:55 AM
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Originally posted by whatukno
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Can anyone say unenforceable?

I thought you could.

You would have tens of millions of Americans thrown in the klink. There is no way that they could possibly enforce this.



The IRS seems to do a pretty good job of enforcing taxes on us slaves while exempting elites (like all of Obama's cabinet appointments).

I'm sure they are up to the task.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 11:59 AM
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They could fine you all they want, doesn't mean you would have the ability to pay. And they couldn't just go around arresting tens of millions of people for this. The courts would be packed!

Besides, that fine amount is pretty exorbitant. I seriously doubt that is in the actual legislation.



posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by whatukno
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They could fine you all they want, doesn't mean you would have the ability to pay. And they couldn't just go around arresting tens of millions of people for this. The courts would be packed!

Besides, that fine amount is pretty exorbitant. I seriously doubt that is in the actual legislation.


Oh yes, its in the actual legislation.

And yes, the IRS does a very good job of sending thousands to prison each year for tax evasion.

This will be run just like the income tax - taken right out of your paycheck as a payroll tax and will be enforced in the same manner.

Gun to your head slave.

Bend over and worship your insurance agent masters.



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