Paul calls for eliminating federal income taxes to avoid recessionSubmitted by jeff34761 on Wed, 01/23/2008 - 09:45
Paul calls for eliminating federal income taxes to avoid recession
Published 01/22/2008 - 10:47 a.m. EST
While touring Louisiana before today’s caucus, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul once again proposed eliminating federal income taxes and returning to a gold backed currency to rescue the nation’s economy.
Paul had warned that the current economic crises would develop and has blamed the Federal Reserve for creating it. Paul said, “The Fed has again taken our country into a terrible crisis. Who else is talking about honest money that cannot be printed up at will by DC bureaucrats? My opponents in both parties are all some variety of print-and-spend Keynesians.”
"While the other candidates want to treat the symptom, the Doctor has the cure. He simply has to connect the dots for the average voter. For example, by connecting the 3 biggest issues, the economy, the war, and health care to the elimination of personal income tax and a return to sound money with a competing currency,
we can win the hearts and minds of the American voters.
Put simply, the American Public needs a Reader's Digest condensed version:
a) Bring all the troops home+cut wasteful government programs = elimination of the personal income tax
b) No personal income tax= money to buy your own health insurance
+ save for retirement using the competing currency that will always have value". The KISS theory; Keep It Simple Stupid