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INTERNET SALES TAX PROPOSED TO WRECK THE ONLINE ECONOMY!

Tell Congress:
Reject The Internet Sales Tax
!

Obama and Congress have pushed the national debt over the $18 trillion mark but there is still no sign of budget-cutting in sight. In fact, the Democrats and their RINO enablers now want to impose a 50-state sales tax on online commerce.

The socialists have wrecked most of our economy and now they are desperately grasping at every nickel that is not nailed down!

We defeated this internet sales tax more than a year ago and many of its supporters were booted out of office last November. But now the progressives have put a new name and a new face in front of this greedy Big Government sales tax proposal.

Charles Benninghoff, FounderCharles Benninghoff, Founder
We must reject this tax!

Please send FaxGrams to the House Judiciary Committee today and urge a NO vote on the internet sales tax!

The new version of the internet sales tax is falsely named the "Remote Transactions Parity Act" and it is sponsored by House Speaker John Boehner's new hatchet-man, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

You can read the full text of HR 2775 HERE.

Communists, Democrats and Republicans In Name Only (RINOs) love the idea of an internet sales tax.

This bill would allow tax-hungry states like California and New York (which love to spend hard-earned tax dollars on welfare for illegal aliens) to tax businesses that operate in other states.

The Supreme Court ruled in 1992 in Quill vs. North Dakota that states do not have the right to tax businesses that have their main operating base in another state. But with the rise of the internet, states that are basically bankrupt desperately want to charge a sales tax to online retailers.

The arguments from these communists are always the same:  "So-and-so is not paying a tax for _____ and that is not fair!"

Now that Obama has declared the internet to be a public utility, there is a new momentum in Congress to start taxing online sales as well. Every progressive, socialist, communist, Democrat and RINO wants their piece of the pie.

We say NO WAY! Send your FaxGrams to Congress right now and tell them to reject the internet sales tax!

Rep. Jason Chaffetz has turned out to be one of the biggest disappointments in this Congress. Chaffetz was selected by Boehner to fire all of the conservatives who voted against Obamatrade (because Boehner is too much of a coward to do it himself). Not to mention the fact that Chaffetz sold his vote on Obamatrade for $358,452 in "campaign contributions" from mega-banks and multinational corporations. We hope that the voters of Utah will say "Adios!" to Chaffetz in the next election.

We reject all sales taxes and progressive income taxes because God only approves of a flat tax in the Bible. It is known as a head tax or a poll tax and is described in Exodus 30:11-16. "The rich shall not give more, and the poor shall not give less." (verse 15)

All income taxes, property taxes, inheritance taxes and sales taxes that are designed to confiscate your wealth and redistribute it to someone else are unjust and unbiblical so we cannot support the Chaffetz tax, no matter what the justification for it is.

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Bob Goodlatte
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Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Chairman Goodlatte:

I am extremely disappointed that an internet sales tax has been reintroduced in the current Republican majority Congress. The supporters of the so-called "Remote Transactions Parity Act" (HR 2775) are using the same old tired arguments that Karl Marx spawned in The Communist Manifesto:  "Someone, somewhere is not paying a tax and that is not fair!"

The Supreme Court ruled in 1992 in Quill vs. North Dakota that states can only impose their sales tax rules on businesses that have a physical presence in their state. If you vote to pass this ridiculous internet sales tax, you will be opening the floodgates to allow tax-hungry, bankrupt states like California and New York to tax businesses in other states just for conducting online commerce. Has it occurred to you that part of the reason why online commerce is so successful is because it is not taxed? Why would you want to wreck that.

We went through this argument last year when the internet sales tax was rejected by the previous Congress. Retailers will not possibly be able to comply with 50 different versions of taxation. Not to mention the fact that no one wants an internet sales tax except for greedy tax-and-spend politicians.

Congress should be focused on cutting spending and reducing the $18 trillion in "official" debt that you guys have racked up instead of looking for new ways to tax the American people.

I demand that you vote "No" on the internet sales tax bill, HR 2775, when it comes before your committee or if it advances to the full House floor. The American people want less government and less taxes in our lives so put this internet sales tax nonsense to rest once and for all!

 

 

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