Comment: Dear Iris, Turn in your red dress. Give back our money.

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Dear Iris, Turn in your red dress. Give back our money.

Iris, why do you misbehave so?

Iris, you are not 16 anymore. War ended in 1919. The Victory Tax ended in 1945. You have no business anymore. Per the Grace Commission authorized by President Reagan, you have not provide one 5¢ toward any service taxpayers expect. You have squandered all we have given you. You are but a debt collector taking from us payers & giving away... Well, enough said.

In summary, you have no right to do harm to us. Give us back all you have taken. Close your house of ill repute.

Sincerely (under no penalty)
Mark Twain, 2013

PS: Definition of Perjury>

Websters 1913 edition:
Per"ju*ry (?), n.; pl. Perjuries (#). [L. perjurium. See Perjure, v.]

1. False swearing.

2. (Law) At common law, a willfully false statement in a fact material to the issue, made by a witness under oath in a competent judicial proceeding. By statute the penalties of perjury are imposed on the making of willfully false affirmations. &hand; If a man swear falsely in nonjudicial affidavits, it is made perjury by statute in some jurisdictions in the United States.

Websters 1828 edition: PER''JURY, n. [L. perjurium.]
The act or crime of willfully making a false oath, when lawfully administered; or a crime committed when a lawful oath is administered in some judicial proceeding, to a person who swears willfully, absolutely and falsely in a matter material to the issue.

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