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Date: Tue, 05 Aug 1997 10:08:36 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Serious Economic Proposal: abolish federal income taxes

>From: MSmith6791@aol.com
>Subject: Serious Economic Proposal: abolish federal income taxes
>In a message dated 8/5/97 12:24:17 PM, you wrote:
><<What are your thoughts, if any?>>
>The purpose of the income tax is to regulate the consujmption of those using
>fiat money and to keep the lid on the inflation so that the cost of goods
>will not skyrocket and thereby expose the fraud upon the people.  The issue
>is not the IRS, the issue is fiat money.  The income tax would collapse if we
>do this:
>	Repeal all legal tender laws
>	Re monitize gold and silver
>	Demand that congress keep the weight and purity of gold and silver
>		stabile and protect the us from gold and silver fluctuations
>Once that is done, the income tax collapses because people would immeidately
>quit using frederal reserve money and the courts would have to recognize
>previous decisions that outlaw income tax on "speciei" wages
>Michael Smith

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