posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:20 PM
Originally posted by eLPresidente
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
You didn't know the IRS was forced into being the same time the Federal Reserve was? They are both unconstitutional entities. Why WOULDN'T you
want to remove the IRS?
Unconstitutional or not, the IRS is supposed to collect funds from citizens and corporations, so that the federal government can have enough money to
perform its duties, such as pay for the military, pay for social servies(ss, medicare/medicaid/disability/unemployment), pay government employees
their salaries, pay to develop and maintain infrastructure(bridges, highways, schools, airports, libraries, airports, seaports, hospitals,etc),
Of course most of the responsibility falls to the state and municipalities in america as the government is decentralised. Every country has an
internal revenue service, how do you think nations operate?
I DO understand that the Federal Reserve is a private central bank that is seperate from the government, composed of big banking heads that collect
interest on every dollar printed and more or less run the government themselves. We need a public central bank! Ron Paul and perhaps Gary Johnson
want to take down the FED and IRS and replace it with competing currencies backed by the gold standard i assume. I don't think we have enough gold
or silver to account for such vast amounts of money. Fiat currency is not the problem, it is that we have a private central bank.
is a great link I found that explains everything. Europeans have the same problem and that is why
their socialism has failed. They relly on investors(including the bankers) to issue them money at interest. The government does not issue its own.