Federal income tax

Do you believe that a federally imposed income tax violates our constitutional rights?

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ANSWER #1 of 5

Well since the constitution was created with ability to be amended and the 16th amendment allows for the collection of income tax, then no it does not violate our constitutional rights.


ANSWER #2 of 5

I contend it is a form of indentured servitude, which is illegal according to the Constitution...but I'm in the minority and have no delusions of it ever being repealed.



ANSWER #3 of 5

It goes towards things like law enforcement and social security, so how is that a violation?

Where is this money going to come from if the people don't pay into it?

If you had a choice, would you rather be left to fend for yourself, or would you pay the taxes and ensure yourself a better life?


ANSWER #4 of 5

Do you care to point out which one in particular you're talking about?



ANSWER #5 of 5

Absolutely! since they can not come up with a real law that says an individual must pay an income tax. Wages are not income but a fair exchange for services rendered which is not taxable by any fair measure of the law. We survived for a couple hundred years with duty taxes and tariffs before this country decided Karl Marx should set the standard.
Joe


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