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Re: The Fallibility of the Supreme Court
Reply #10 - Sep 19th, 2018 at 7:08pm
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SkyChief wrote on Sep 19th, 2018 at 6:27pm:
If you pay Income Tax, you are supporting Democratic Socialists.   

They've seized power already?

Or are you just talking about the deep state leaches and traitors, sucking off the taxpayers teat while trying to destroy the system that is making them rich through their venality and corruption?

Have they won? (Is that too harsh?)


They've declared official victory? We now have to do whatever they say?
  
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Re: The Fallibility of the Supreme Court
Reply #11 - Sep 20th, 2018 at 12:17am
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Jeff wrote on Sep 19th, 2018 at 7:08pm:
They've seized power already?

Have they won? (Is that too harsh?)

They've declared official victory? We now have to do whatever they say?

Roughly 55% of Federal Income Tax revenues are used for redistribution.  This is how the Democratic Socialists enslave both the Taxpayers AND Welfare recipients.

That's a win (for them).  But the Democratic Socialists will tell you that Taxes are not high enough - their goal is to make everyone dependent on the State.   

All welfare recipients will vote Democrat, and as everyone knows,  votes = political power = government expansion.
  
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