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FreedomWorks Sends out Another Deceptive Survey to Lead People Astray

Another Matt Kibbe meaningless survey:

FreedomWorks Statement #1: "Pillar One demands an end to corporate welfare. As principle dictates, no special favors should be extended to special interests."

FreedomWorks Option #1: "Corporate Welfare is inefficient and unfair."

Our Answer 1.) We don't want to play games (which is what you are doing) with Exclusive Privileges which should not exist in a free country. Abolish "ALL" state born exclusive privileges. Corporations, Unions, tax supported special interests, undelegated state and federal bureaucracies, zoning and all other privileges that you have to acquire from government. All Titles and Contracts must be between actual individuals, not FICTITIOUS individuals which are in fact private collective socialist state privileged institutions.

Limited servitude within the delegated powers, and limited citizen determined pay is the subject, not efficiency. Efficiency will be there if the first is addressed.

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FreedomWorks Statement #2: "Pillar Two calls for a fair and even tax code. It's immoral to pit one American against another."

FreedomWorks Option #2: "I favor a simpler, more efficient tax code."

Our Answer 2.) No. We want the "ORIGINAL Constitutional Tax System"; i.e. "ENUMERATED" TAX "BEFORE" TAXES ARE "CONSENSUALLY" TAKEN.

Stop trying to use "Fairness and Jealousy" to sell the UnConstitutional Flat tax or FairTax that are WORSE than the income tax as they are both UNENUMERATED tax systems that simply allow taxes, like the income tax, to transfer the BURDEN of taxation to the poorest by increasing cost of products and services as well as assure INCREASED money to government with the INCREASED income or purchase activity of the private sector, without oversight, to allow the federal and state governments to decide, just as the income tax does now, how that tax money will be spent AFTER it is collected.

Further it allows the federal Government into the states and state laws to define what is and what is not a business. This violates the division of powers and local authority;

Worse, it invites the federal government into your home, home business and computer.

Stop being ignorant and obey the Constitution AS IT WAS FIRST WRITTEN.

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FreedomWorks Statement #3: Pillar Three suggests the unthinkable - government should live within its means.

FreedomWorks Option #3: "Decrease the national debt and don't spare any sacred cows."

Our Answer 3.) No. We want to Force the federal government to stay within it's "Original Delegated powers". Limiting the Welfare Clause as it was intended; Taxes collected for ONLY TWO THINGS, DEBT and NATIONAL DEBT. No welfare, No Social Security, No Special Interests, No National Monuments, nothing else.... End of problem, end of unlimited debt.

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FreedomWorks Statement #4: "Pillar Four empowers the individual over the state."

FreedomWorks Option #4: "Empowerment starts with choosing what programs work best for us and our families."

Answer 4.) No. You need to have NO federal programs. NONE. Departments were limited to the 10 miles square of Washington DC. Federal Land within a state was to be managed by the state when the territory became a state.

Keep "programs" within your State (which should be smaller for adequate representation) and Counties.

Stop looking toward federal government, they have no authority to develop programs outside the very limited delegated powers.

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Of course they do not give you the chance in their survey to answer in the correct Constitutional way; They simply give you two misleading answers they can define however they want to later.

Using Typical Fairness (i.e. Jealousy) ploy (just like the liberals).

So Sad for those who fall for it.

Richard Taylor
Chair
American Patriot Party.CC
http://www.americanpatriotparty.cc

Educate Yourself. Educate Others.

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Letter:

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Matt Kibbe - FreedomWorks wrote:
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> Dear Richard,
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> As FreedomWorks prepares to move forward with a major campaign for the future, we need your input, your help, and your support. I’m excited to introduce our new project: “The New Fair Deal.”
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> Standing on a foundation of four pillars, The New Fair Deal provides common sense solutions to our nation’s serious problems. Please take a moment to fill out this brief survey, and let us know what you think about the core principles of The New Fair Deal.
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> FreedomWorks is teaming up with 8 conservative congressmen to transform these principles into actual legislation that can be brought to the floor of the United States Congress. Reps. Tom Price, Jim Jordan, and Mick Mulvaney – among others – are finalizing a series of bills that will:
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> * Fight corporate welfare
> * Simplify the tax code
> * Balance the federal budget
> * Promote individual empowerment
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> Before we advance a major legislative package, however, we need the backing of grassroots activists all over the country. FreedomWorks is bringing lawmakers and the grassroots together at the same table to solve our problems. It’s essential that our activists guide the decision making process, from the bottom up.
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> In the FreedomWorks family, you’ll always have a seat at the table. So please fill out a quick survey about the New Fair Deal.
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> In politics, the best recipe for success is to combine the power of trustworthy representatives with the energy of grassroots activists. With 8 solid lawmakers and our community of over 6 million activists, we are on the verge of something special. With your support, The New Fair Deal will be a game-changer.
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> If you have a chance, fill out this survey and let me know what you think. The FreedomWorks team is eager for your input, and I hope for your endorsement.
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Excellent rebuttal, Richard!

Thank you for sharing. I'll be filing this for future reference.

Bump.

Bump.

RichardTaylorAPP - Chair - American Patriot Party.CC

John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.