Paul has been a vocal proponent for abolishing both the federal income tax and the Internal Revenue Service during his political career, and his teachings have provided a common sense base for Americans who are passionate about decreasing the size of the federal government.
During an interview in November 2008, Paul argued that even if the U.S. government was to eliminate the income tax, it wouldn’t need to replace it with anything, in order to sustain the same level of government the U.S. had in the 1990s.
warmwxrules: Read into it some. The tax cuts are not all permanent. You may save some money short term, but slowly over time you could (and probably will) move the other way.
DerbyHC2: Anyone have a decent summary of what the tax plan will actually mean for individual tax payers?
Middleman79: That’s not true, they are excellent at war crimes, projecting their own actions onto other countries and doing what Israel tells them.
When the donor’s strings are cut, how votes are bought: Bob Corker to change his vote on the GOP tax plan because it will make him richer
coffeebreak1978: Reps running for re-election, have already admitted, [“My donors told me to pass the Republican tax bill or ‘don’t ever call me again'”](http://www.businessinsider.com/chris-collins-donors-trump-tax-plan-bill-2017-11) So how do they get a retiring senator worth over $70 Million to vote for this handout to the rich and corporations? Bribe him of course. In comes “The Corker Kickback”.
If we are ever going to save our democracy from the grips of TPTB, we must get money out of politics. We must end Citizens Untied.
freesp33chisstilldea: More reasons to not pay taxes.