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Old 05-04-2008, 07:32 PM
 
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LABOR by the IRS'S own statements in their rule book repeatedly say's LABOR is non taxable ????? . SOOOO! why are we paying taxes, when we go to work and we are paid for our LABOR ?????????
Unfortunately, the Congress and the US Supreme Court and other federal courts of jurisdiction hold very different views of the law from yours. Yours are equated to a tax evasion scheme...

Anti-Tax Law Evasion Schemes
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Old 05-05-2008, 05:43 AM
 
Location: Thumb of Michigan
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Unfortunately, the Congress and the US Supreme Court and other federal courts of jurisdiction hold very different views of the law from yours. Yours are equated to a tax evasion scheme...

Anti-Tax Law Evasion Schemes

Sorry, but Supreme Court has and will uphold taxation on labor as being unconstitutional.....

(..must be "government-plant"... )
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Old 05-05-2008, 06:47 AM
 
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You aren't taxed on labor. You are taxed on income...from whatever source derived...unless a specific exclusion has been written. By the way, federal judges are all "government-plants". Good luck in your future dealings with those...
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Old 05-07-2008, 08:31 PM
 
Location: Full time RV"er
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You aren't taxed on labor. You are taxed on income...from whatever source derived...unless a specific exclusion has been written. By the way, federal judges are all "government-plants". Good luck in your future dealings with those...
have used these facts for years look at defination of earned income . it falls into the area of profits! Labor is still labor when you know how to explain it .
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Old 05-07-2008, 09:02 PM
 
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have used these facts for years look at defination of earned income . it falls into the area of profits! Labor is still labor when you know how to explain it .
Keep practicing. You'll need it when you come before the judge. The courts in general take a very dim view of the rhetoric and incoherent legal babblings of woefully misinformed tax protestors. On the bright side, maybe you'll get a cell right next to 80-year old Irwin Schiff, father of the American tax protest movement. He'll be remaining in federal prison until October of 2016...
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Old 05-09-2008, 04:03 AM
 
Location: Full time RV"er
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Keep practicing. You'll need it when you come before the judge. The courts in general take a very dim view of the rhetoric and incoherent legal babblings of woefully misinformed tax protestors. On the bright side, maybe you'll get a cell right next to 80-year old Irwin Schiff, father of the American tax protest movement. He'll be remaining in federal prison until October of 2016...
*********** Highly unlikely., Sence i have allready been before the judge and prevaled in my case. Don't know what rhetroic and babblings Mr. Erwin Schiff used but if he is in jail till 2016 it would that he didn't have the material that i used because i am still here.

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Old 05-09-2008, 04:23 AM
 
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Okay, why not post a few of the specifics of your case. So far, you have claimed that labor is non-taxable, and I have pointed out that you are taxed not on labor, but on income earned from any non-excluded source, with labor being a non-excluded source. Hence you owe tax on income earned from labor. Your next move is what...
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Old 05-09-2008, 04:35 AM
 
Location: Full time RV"er
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Okay, why not post a few of the specifics of your case. So far, you have claimed that labor is non-taxable, and I have pointed out that you are taxed not on labor, but on income earned from any non-excluded source, with labor being a non-excluded source. Hence you owe tax on income earned from labor. Your next move is what...
************That would be too easy , the whole purpose of my responces to the many listings is to get people to do your home work not just sit back and let some one else do all the work , If you know the differance between as i have repeatedly said ( JOHN J.SMITH AND John J. Smith) then the answer i right there! also read the IRS manuals Mine has 2000 pages with many cases that people as i ,fought in court Spent the money and won , but first you need to have the knowelage . and this site is not the place to post that nor is the space large enough,. Direct Message Me.
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Old 05-09-2008, 04:53 AM
 
Location: Bradenton, Florida
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************That would be too easy , the whole purpose of my responces to the many listings is to get people to do your home work not just sit back and let some one else do all the work , If you know the differance between as i have repeatedly said ( JOHN J.SMITH AND John J. Smith) then the answer i right there! also read the IRS manuals Mine has 2000 pages with many cases that people as i ,fought in court Spent the money and won , but first you need to have the knowelage . and this site is not the place to post that nor is the space large enough,. Direct Message Me.
They also make mention of the people who have fought and LOST.
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Old 05-09-2008, 05:37 AM
 
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The space isn't large enough for you to explain why income earned from labor isn't taxable? You don't have much faith in the C-D servers, do you. Just as I don't have much faith so far in the idea that you know what you're talking about...
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