Peter Konetchy on Tax Reform
A: Strongly oppose.
The tax system is no longer designed to simply fund the government. It's designed to control.
Most people recognize that the current Income tax system is wrong. A few alternatives have been suggested including the Flat Tax and/or a National Sales Tax, but both would fail. The problem lies in the fundamental flaw of allowing the federal government to directly tax individual.
The framers of the constitution wisely chose to fund the government through Indirect taxes, consisting of "Duties, Imposts, and Excises" If additional funding was required, the original constitution provides the ability to directly tax the states.
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CA:Feinstein(D) vs.Emken(R) vs.Taitz(R)
CT:Bysiewicz(R) vs.Murphy(R) vs.Shays(R)
FL:Nelson(D) vs.LeMieux(R) vs.Connie Mack(R)
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