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"I will ALWAYS advocate for

"I will ALWAYS advocate for USER FEES : PAY for WHAT ONE ACTUALLY USES."

Thats the idea of the fair tax... say for example, you didnt want to pay ANY taxes or dramatically less.... you could:

A) Grow your own food

B) Hunt your own meat

C) Raise Your own meat

D) Pickle/Can your veggies that you grow for storage

E) Create local barter networks to avoid "sales", thus avoiding the tax altogether

F) Support Local food producers to at least know when you are paying that tax, you're also supporting your neighbor and healthy, GMO free food

G) Dehydrate fruit for storage

H) Get Bee's, Make your own honey

I) DO WHATEVER IS POSSIBLE TO BE SELF SUFFICIENT

.... all of these methods will make it so you have to go to the store MUCH, MUCH less than you are know. You avoid taxes, support local economy and food movements, and ensure the quality of your food for you and your family.

On the morals of the Fair Tax alone... obviously NO TAX is better, but thats not going to happen overnight. Eliminating the IRS is a massive step in the right direction. The 23% consumption rate is designed to offset or least hinder the "burden" of the government no longer collecting our INCOME or CORPORATE TAXES. In addition to the abolishment of the IRS, the no corporate tax would be HUGE for businesses to grow and invest in human resources. The Income tax being abolished would provide individuals with much more wealth to create their own businesses and suppor smaller business growth and stability. This way, we can actually provide for a more limited, smaller Federal Government. This can also only occur with a President or an informed enough public to push for such a decision....

Point is, its a good step and deserves some serious thought rather than stubborn utopian ignorance about how NO TAX IS MORAL.... maybe so, but lets get rid of the IRS first and this is the way to do it the quickest.

Their motto is "Dont Tread On Me"...