Sunday, March 2, 2008

Question to Ponder

How can a tax protester get a fair trial when his case is heard by a judge who depends for his livelihood on the taxes we pay? How can a judge whose livelihood depends upon the government's ability to compel us to pay taxes claim to be impartial and unbiased in a case in which the government's legal ability to do this is challenged?


The Gunslinger said...

Good point. Odd how the obvious so often eludes us, eh?

runamuck said...

Go on welfare and threaten to get a court appointed lawyer if you don't like the decision; then sue for an unspecified amount, settle for a sum undisclosed and leave the country.

K. R. Mudgeon said...

Is this a great country or what?

Don't you realize that paying legal fees is the highest calling of American business?