…Like that’s possible. However, the income tax is not only incredibly confusing to most taxpayers, but it is also oppressive. An article by Paul Craig Roberts on LewRockwell.com today explains:
This April 15 is the 94th year that Americans have had to file an income tax. For most Americans, the day is a non-event. The federal and state governments have already collected the taxes due by withholding from each paycheck over the course of the calendar year. Most Americans never saw the money and have no real idea that they earned it.
Some Americans have their incomes over-withheld as a form of forced savings. They look forward to tax time as it means they will receive a refund check from the government that they can use for a summer vacation, a big screen TV, a new appliance, or a down payment on a new car.
Few Americans realize that over the last 94 years they have been enserfed and have no more rights to their own labor than medieval serfs or 19th-century slaves.
Not only that, but the income tax system has grown steadily worse since its inception, taxing large proportions of income and perpetually increasing in complication. Tax day really is worth the protest.
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