How much tax do you pay? You call it free? Do more people need to wash it in blood? If so, the terrorists from Langley are up to the task.Originally posted by PatrickHenry,+--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (PatrickHenry,)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin-VXerick,
Because this is a free country. It's a free country because our military has fought and died in countless wars to keep it free.
President AWOL's henchmen can arrange more blood in keeping with his blood oath in the Skull and Bones Death Cult.[/b][/quote] There have always been taxes in an orderly society. There were road taxes and poll taxes and sugar taxes and tea taxes, the latter said to be why the Revolution was fought. Not true, but the Boston Tea Party has been glorified. It was because of the stamp tax (Act). Not postage stamps. Stamps affixed to every saleable item and taxed for which the King got his share.
Free means the freedom granted in our Constitution. There is nothing in the Constitution that prohibits the government from requesting taxes to maintain an orderly country. It was an ok deal when the states did it. When the Federal government got into the act, they in essence did the same thing to us that King George did. I mean the King of England, George, who was in power at the time of the Revolution.