posted on Aug, 17 2012 @ 07:17 AM
reply to post by RealSpoke
Two things I do not want. Atheists in my church that don't want to be there. Atheists that want to be there and check it out, that's cool, come on
it. But if they don't wanna be there then we're gonna have a bad time.
And second, is a tax war. Atheism is on the rise. It wouldn't be long before it was switched around the other way. That may happen one day anyway,
but ha, jokes on them. It's all fiat currency anyway.
And one thing I'd like to see stop is using taxes as a form of punishing people for living different than you, even though what they do isn't
illegal. Like it's not illegal, stop trying to punish me by over taxing me. I've done nothing wrong.
It's also unfortunate that people haven't figured out what the purpose of taxes are yet either. You can tell that someone is confused anytime they
talk about raising a tax to solve a problem. Like paying the debt off for example. That's a dead giveaway they don't understand. The national debt
is not like other debts. It is not intended to be paid off. Anyone that suggests raising taxes is just trying to remove you from your money.
Pretty much all the spending is new borrowed money and does not come from tax revenue. The gov spends far too much to operate on tax revenue. It is
hopeless to ever pay the debt off no matter how much we tax.
Our system is designed so that the debt can never be paid off ON PURPOSE. That's where all our money comes from. Lots of people say we have a fiat
currency that's not backed up by anything. Sometimes even I myself say that, but that's not exactly accurate. It is backed up by something. It's
backed up by debt.
We have a debt based currency. When a loan is taken out the money is created. When the loan is paid back the money is destroyed. The debt is the
money. Do the math. To pay the debt back=no federal reserve money in circulation. Zero, nada, zilch.