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?

3 comments:

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?