View Poll Results: What should we do, if we could?

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  • Abolish just the IRS

    0 0%
  • Abolish just the Federal Reserve Bank

    2 10.00%
  • Abolish BOTH the IRS and Federal Reserve Bank

    17 85.00%
  • Keep the both, the system works just fine.

    1 5.00%
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Thread: Abolish the Fed, IRS, Both, or Leave 'em Alone?

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    Default Abolish the Fed, IRS, Both, or Leave 'em Alone?

    Public Poll. Please explain your answer.

    Both the Federal Reserve Bank and the IRS were created by the 16th Amendment. Can we abolish one without abolishing the other? Again, please explain why.
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    Keep both.

    And add an External Revenue Service also.
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    I would start with the federal reserve . I would like to abolish the IRS but the reality is about every plan to do so involves a plan that actually raises taxes with a huge flat tax or some such nonsense. I am uninterested in paying more and will support no plan or designer of such . The govt needs to cut spending and to receive less money .

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    If you abolish the government created by the Constitution, then it gets rid of both of them. Simple solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gold Standard View Post
    If you abolish the government created by the Constitution, then it gets rid of both of them. Simple solution.
    Just fyi but there have been two Constitutions. The first was the Constitution of the Republic. The one we know today is the corporate charter of the United States Inc "government".

    I didn't vote because it doesn't matter. Both the Fed and the IRS, as we currently know them, are going away. Heck, the IRS is probably already "gone" since it's based in Puerto Rico.
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    IRS - related, First I'd like to see the income tax abolished. There's a better chance of that happening before abolishing the FED or the entire IRS.
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    Repeal the 16th Amendment.

    Excise taxes and non-protectionist tarriffs are okay combined with spending cuts across the board. Since I'm pro-small government as opposed to being anti-government, I think it does need to be funded to an extent, so I think that's an acceptable solution to the question. At least, in the short term. It's a start, anyway.
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    Abolish the Fed, but not the IRS.

    The form of taxation should be changed and rates dramatically reduced, but you'll still need some agency to collect these (much lower) taxes.

    You can abolish the "Internal Revenue Service" if you like, but you'll just have to create some new tax collection agency.

    What's in a name?

    As for the Fed, I assume I don't need to explain why that should be abolished and replaced with nothing.






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