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FairTax Meeting in Huntington June 6

The Huntington County Association for the FairTax will be meeting Monday, June 6, at 6:30 PM, at the Dan Quayle Vice-Presidential Museum.

With Senator Lugar signing on, it would be a good idea to learn about the FairTax concept.  All WCP members are invited to attend.

The flyer is posted below.

For more information, visit FairTax.org.

You’re invited!

Join us for an action and information meeting of

the Huntington County Assn. for the Fair Tax

See www.FairTax.org and http://www.fairtaxnation.com/group/indianafairtax

Don’t complain about the income tax – get rid of it!

Help get HR 25 /S 13 passed.  This nonpartisan bill eliminates the IRS “as we know it” and replaces the income tax with the FairTax.

The FairTax

  • Is a federal consumption tax of 23 cents out of every dollar spent on retail purchases
  • Raises the same amount of revenue for the federal government
  • Creates jobs, where the current system destroys jobs
  • Gives you your paycheck free of federal withholding
  • Eliminates the payroll tax – our most regressive federal tax
  • Provides a monthly rebate that ends taxes up to the poverty level
  • Taxes the trillion-dollar underground economy
  • The tax base is dramatically widened by including consumer spending from the underground economy (estimated at $1.5 trillion annually), and by including illegal immigrants, as well as those who escape their fair share today through loopholes and gimmicks. In addition, 40 million foreign tourists a year will become American taxpayers as consumers here.

Together we can make it happen!

Date: Monday, June 6, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Place: Quayle Vice-Presidential Museum
Address: 422 Warren Street (at Tipton and Warren Streets), Huntington
Contact: Mary Oberle Hubley (260-356-1398)

Flat Tax or National Sales Tax?

From Big Government:

My post last week about the flat tax generated a lot of friendly comment and email, but also some pointed questions about whether a national sales tax such as the Fair Tax would be a better approach. Since I’ve written favorably about a national sales tax, debated in favor of a national sales tax, and even testified to the Ways & Means Committee about the positive attributes of a national sales tax, I certainly have no objection to that reform. Any single-rate, consumption-base tax would be a vast improvement over our corrupt and punitive internal revenue code.

So why, then, do I spend most of my time on the flat tax? The simple answer is that I don’t trust Washington. We know the politicians are salivating at the prospect of imposing a broad-based consumption levy such as the value-added tax. And we know they want the VAT in addition to the income tax. What’s to stop them from saying they’ll impose a national sales tax, promising to repeal other taxes, but then pulling a bait and switch and giving us both? As I explain in this video, the national sales tax should only happen after supporters amend the Constitution to repeal the 16th Amendment and replace it with an ironclad ban on income taxation to protect against political duplicity.

Read the rest at Big Government.

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