suppose congress increases income taxes.
Suppose Congress increases income taxes. If you read the bill, it is obvious that the intent is to increase taxes, the exact opposite of what it’s supposed to be. This is probably one of the reasons why Congress has failed to address the issue: they’re unable to explain what the “tax” is supposed to be and instead have created a tax code that seems more like a tax on people than a tax on goods and services.
It’s a bit of a cop out, in that they claim that increasing taxes on income is not what the bill is about. The bill actually makes it clear that the bill is about increasing taxes on people. To quote the bill: “Increasing the federal tax rate on individuals is a necessary and appropriate matter of taxation.” So you can’t simply increase your taxes.
The bill is about increasing taxes on people. But it’s also about increasing taxes on other people. This isn’t a reason to increase taxes on people. It is a reason to increase taxes on other people.
It may or may not be a reason to increase taxes on people, but the bill itself makes it clear that its about increasing taxes on people. A better example of this is the bill to increase the tax on gasoline to 20 cents per gallon. It isnt a tax on people. It is a tax on other people.
This bill makes it clear that its a tax on people and isnt a tax on other people. A better example of this is the tax on gas to 20 cents per gallon. No, that’s not a tax on people. That’s a tax on other people. A better example of this is the tax on gasoline to 15 cents per gallon. No, that’s not a tax on people. That’s a tax on other people.
While I don’t agree with this tax, it makes a good point in that we are not all equally taxed. The wealthy, however, get a much larger tax break than the rest of us. So in effect you are taxing your neighbor, your friend, your boss, your neighbor’s boss, your cousin’s boss, your uncle’s boss, and your aunt’s boss less and less as you get more and more wealthy.
This is one of the most ridiculous ways to raise taxes – if the wealthy are exempt from that tax, then all the poor are exempt from that same tax as well, which just raises the tax rate on the poor even more. We need to stop taxing other people and start taxing ourselves.
What a great idea! I love it! I have to admit, however, that I’m not convinced it’s such a great idea. I like how I can now pay for my own groceries.
This is the classic example of why you can’t tax “yourselves” because then you’re taxing yourself and you have to pay for it and all that other crap. You can’t tax yourself because then your taxes are going to go up and everyone else’s taxes are going to go down, and that sucks.