Collecting and taxes

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Date: Mon Jan 29 22:04:34 2001

> >All kidding aside, the 4th amendment to our Constitution elucidates
> >our intrinsic right to be safe and secure in our persons and property
> >from unwarranted intrusion. In other words, a U.S. citizen is never
> >required to admit a government agent unless the agent has a warrant,
> >and while it may happen from time to time, I don't think that revenue
> >agents typically ask for and receive warrants to enter a private
> Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Obviously you've never dealt with the IRS!!!!! They may
> not "enter" your residence but they'll sure as hell padlock it shut until
> they get what THEY want! As far as they're concerned you have about the
> same rights that the Jews did in Nazi Germany!

This is no malarkey. An IRS data-entry error credited our tax payment to
someone else's account, and the IRS immediately froze our bank accounts. If
not for the kind intervention of our Congresswoman, Corrine Brown, we
probably would have had to close up shop.

Warrant? Who needs one?

Received on Mon Jan 29 2001 - 22:04:34 GMT

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