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Originally posted by hotpinkurinalmintKeep in mind the government will always need to collect a significant percentage of the average person's income in order to pay for services like: roads, military, schools, and police.
Originally posted by havok
You're kidding right OP?
I'm still personally waiting for the law, written in any US law book:
THAT STATES WE HAVE TO PAY TAXES TO THE IRS.
Or maybe just a written law that states that this IRS, is constitutional.
Maybe I'm just another delusional American. I dunno.
Originally posted by hotpinkurinalmint
Is the Internal Revenue Code perfect?
Is there room for improvement in the Internal Revenue Code?
Does the IRS always do the right thing?
We do not live in an ideal world. We are always going to have flaws in our tax law and the agency that carries out that law is always going to have flaws. Even if we had acceptable tax laws and an agency that for the most part acted acceptably, people would still hate the IRS because nobody likes paying taxes.
Does anybody think the IRS can do anything to ever become popular? Keep in mind the government will always need to collect a significant percentage of the average person's income in order to pay for services like: roads, military, schools, and police. People are always going to try and avoid paying taxes which in turn will require the IRS to take enforcement measures.