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September 15th, 2012, 01:59 PM #1
Amazon Tax in California"When tax administrators make policies like these, they're effectively saying 'we dare you' to the courts and victims of enforcement," Sepp says. "Unfortunately, not all of the victims have Amazon's resources to fight back. But even Amazon's legal strategies have fiscal limits -- governments often have far deeper pockets."
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Does anyone else see the logical loophole in that quote?
Why do the California State Board of Equalization and governments have "far deeper pockets" than Amazon?
Because, they extort money from businesses and citizens and justify their existence by creating agencies to enforce their criminal activities and persecute anyone who isn't coughing up their hard-earned money. If they hadn't created all these unnecessary agencies and bureaucracy, there wouldn't be such massive government debt.
It's rather ironic isn't it? The government takes your money so that they can create laws and agencies to squeeze even more money out of you. Somehow, they have deep pockets to enforce their laws in spite of the supposed massive debt and budget shortfalls that requires more taxes. More bureaucracy less public services. This is Racketeering at its finest.
"He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people and eat out their substance."
July 4, 1776 - The Declaration of Independence
At that time it was the king of England. Now it is the IRS and all the rest of the tax agencies.
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