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    11-21-2018, 11:05 AM
    If the Democrat Party Leadership was sincere about reducing healthcare costs for American citizens, why are they not on board with stopping illegal immigration which is costing American citizens over $18 billion a year in healthcare costs alone? SEE: How American Citizens Finance $18.5 Billion In Health Care For Unauthorized Immigrants “All told, Americans cross-subsidize health care for unauthorized immigrants to the tune of $18.5 billion a year in healthcare costs alone . Of this total, federal taxpayers provided $11.2 billion in subsidized care to unauthorized immigrants in 2016.” JWK
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    11-15-2018, 11:31 AM
    As we near President Trump’s two-year mark in office, he certainly has overseen a number of positive accomplishments, e.g.: new unemployment claims are the lowest in decades; Hispanic and African-American unemployment is at the lowest rate ever recorded; youth unemployment is the lowest in nearly half a century; unemployment among those without a high school diploma hit an all-time low; not to mention over 3 million Americans have been lifted off food stamps since President Trump’s election. But when it comes to real tax reform, President Trump misses the mark! On a federal level, the most odious form of taxation goes unnoticed by President Trump, and that tax ___ a federal tax which seizes the product of a working person’s labor ___ helps to trap our nation’s working poor on the Democrat Party Leadership’s government cheese plantation. Let us not forget it was the Democrat Party Leadership which imposed “The Temporary Victory Tax” of 1943 which went beyond the limitations of the 16th Amendment and wrongly imposed an unconstitutional, un-apportioned, ”direct tax” upon a working person’s earned wage, as contradistinguished from the meaning of income within the 16th Amendment. To this very day, our Supreme Court has repeatedly confirmed that federal “direct taxes” are still to be apportioned among the states, notwithstanding the 16th Amendment. See: Eisner v. Macomber 252 U.S. 189, 206 (1920); BROMLEY VS MCCAUGHN, 280 U.S. 124 (1929), and more recently see what Justice Roberts stated in the Obama case: "The shared responsibility payment is thus not a direct tax that must be apportioned among the several States".
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    Hi I'm Chowder

    I saw your debate with Wild English nut-job Rose with the Fair Tax. Man you tore him apart!

    Anyway I want to say thanks for the info you posted on the Hannity Forums. I used to be a neo-con but I saw the light around December of last year.

    I also used to support the fair tax and really thought for a while it seemed like a good idea. But your statements have changed my mind.

    Thanks man.


    P.S Where is your sources for the info, I would like to read them more closely or did you rely mostly on the Constitution: the one document our Politicians ignore except for Ron Paul.
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