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Americans Losing their Homes over Unpaid Tax Bills

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posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 07:07 PM
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oh we also pay income tax 30 percent apprx
on our gross income and sales tax 13 percent on almost everything we buy.




posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 07:11 PM
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whatnext21
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oh we also pay income tax 30 percent apprx
on our gross income and sales tax 13 percent on almost everything we buy.



You don't feel blessed and altruistic for doing so? Isn't taxation a good thing? To listen to most socialists and communists, it's for the greater good. Aren't you pleased to be part of the greater good? (Nevermind that gun at your temple)

/sarcasm
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posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 07:24 PM
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Just wait, obama care(tax) hasn't fully kicked in yet.

Comsumption tax, tariffs on imported goods (paid by China, mostly) are the only fair taxes.

Don't vote dem or repub next time (they're both the same) Get rid of big gov't.

Don't even get me started on gub'mint "education".



posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 07:39 PM
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A homeowner may owe less than a thousand dollars on a house worth $200,000, and yet it may be sold at a tax lien sale for the amount of the tax that is owed. The lien buyer, be it a bank or a speculating investor, makes a huge profit, while the homeowners lose not just their home, but the equity that might represent their life savings.


www.allgov.com...

If they want to take someones property, the least they should do is sell the property for fair market value and give all the money to the owner whose property was sold off minus the taxes owed. This IMO would be a fair thing to do and allow the property owner to land back on his or her feet.

Peace



posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 08:10 PM
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A homeowner may owe less than a thousand dollars on a house worth $200,000, and yet it may be sold at a tax lien sale for the amount of the tax that is owed. The lien buyer, be it a bank or a speculating investor, makes a huge profit, while the homeowners lose not just their home, but the equity that might represent their life savings.


www.allgov.com...

If they want to take someones property, the least they should do is sell the property for fair market value and give all the money to the owner whose property was sold off minus the taxes owed. This IMO would be a fair thing to do and allow the property owner to land back on his or her feet.

Peace


What gives them the right to take someone's property? Is it someone's property or not? If your property can be seized and sold for not paying your dues, is the property yours?

There is no way to justify nor make this a "fair" proposition. It's either yours or it isn't. Obviously in this "free" country of ours, the latter is the case.

I challenge anyone to tell me why I can purchase anything with cash and then be expected to pay dues on said purchase. Did I not pay taxes on it upon initial purchase? So you're telling me that my purchase was only for "use" as long as I remit my payment to the TRUE master of my purchase?

Seriously? Get it into your head........YOU.......OWN.........NOTHING..........

What you do is have the illusion of ownership as long as you're capable of paying off the mafia that demands a "tax". Wow, that sound like freedom, no?

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posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 08:35 PM
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Seriously? Get it into your head........YOU.......OWN.........NOTHING..........


It has been in my head for quite awhile, and it isn't going to change anytime soon because people have chosen to go this route for the longest. The best one could hope for is that the pendulum swings back toward property owners. In America, nobody owns the property no matter what mortgage they pay off.

Peace



posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 09:46 PM
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Couldn't agree more!



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