Scott M. Sandridge

A Work in Progress

My Personal Thoughts on the Tax Protests

On the one hand, it’s good to see large numbers of people finally protesting taxes. But I do have a couple questions:

1) Where were all of you LAST YEAR and all the prior years when those in the freedom movement protested unconstitutional taxation?

2) Where are you still when we have End the Fed rallies to protest the unconstitutional Federal Reserve System? The PRIME CAUSE of all our economic woes?

3) Where was the mainstream media then?

4) Where were any of you when Ed and Elaine Brown were unlawfully thrown into prison for a NON-CRIME??!

5) How much do any of you actually know regarding the illegality and unconstitutionality of the Income Tax and the IRS? Did you know that even the tax code itself states that paying the income tax is only on “voluntary compliance” and NOT mandatory? Not that such laws ever stopped the IRS and BATFE from busting down the doors of law-abiding citizens – WITHOUT PROBABLE CAUSE OR DUE PROCESS – and stealing everything they own.

It’s going to take a whole lot more than “protests” to effect real change in this country. It’s going to (GASP!) require growing a brain and doing actual RESEARCH!

And it also might not hurt to run for office in your local communities, too. Although the bureacratic red tape they’ve thrown up to prevent us from doing so can be a major pain in the arse.

That’s all I have to say for now.

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April 16, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] Original post by Scott M. Sandridge […]

    Pingback by My Personal Thoughts on the Tax Protests | April 17, 2009 | Reply

  2. Well lets see, where was I? Oh yeah, I was being RAIDED by jack booted thugs as they, without warrant, beat Cirino Gonzalez (Browns Supporter) and illegally arrest him. Been fighting for his, and his co-defendants freedom. You are correct, where was everyone? Late June is when the trial for the Browns to face an additional 11 new indictments, We should have the number that showed up for these little tea bagging events, but court and trials are not fun enough for people that want to hold hands and sing songs, no room for the feel good fair weather protester, wake up people!

    Comment by VanMeter | April 17, 2009 | Reply

    • Amen to that!

      Comment by smsand | May 8, 2009 | Reply


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