Quote of the day–Traction Control

As the “Right Wing” is now being singled out by the Janet Nepolitano’s DHS as “extremists” and taxation is inevitably being prepared to bankrupt generations to come, perhaps we should realize that War has already been declared on American Values, Heritage, Birthright and Prosperity.

I say we prepare to designate households, then neighborhoods, towns, cities, counties, States, Regions and eventually the whole country as “Hell No” zones.  Starting with the refusal to pay ANY TAXES, and showing up en masse to prevent the lawyers from enforcing any individual seizure of private property in a self-proclaimed “Hell No“ zone.

Rolling back every law enacted since the Constitution was ratified would be a good start, too.

I hereby declare ALL Taxes are against my consent.  And pledge to defend any other household to declare itself a “Hell No” zone. 

Beginning with mine.


Traction Control
May 2, 2009
Democracy Overrun in Pakistan. In the US? Hell No!
[I admit to getting a warm pleasant feeling from the thought. But most of my taxes are paid without my control via payroll deductions and as part of the purchase price as in sales and gas taxes. It will take people “unplugging from the grid” to even to begin to accomplish this on a wide scale. That doesn’t mean I might not support others that can establish a “Hell No” zone but I’m not sure how much that would help.–Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day–Traction Control

  1. This is what Billy Beck has been advocating forever. It means overloading the courts, overcrowding the prisons, etc. In short, it means a lot of people doing a Gandhi.

    But Americans aren’t Gandhis. We’re John Waynes. So instead of peaceful civil disobedience, it means civil war. And that won’t be pretty.

  2. One place where you might have some effect is in the collection of sales taxes on interstate transactions. Article 1, Section 9, says “No tax shall be levied on good exported from any state” (OWTTE). Which means that the collection by (frex) Ohio of sales tax on a transaction conducted over the Internet (i.e., in interstate space) where the goods are shipped from — say — Texas is unconstitutional.

    If you object to a merchant that their collection of said sales tax is unconstitutional and therefore unlawful, and you refuse to pay by any means open to you (prepay orders without including the sales tax, for instance… contesting sales tax charges with your credit card company), you increase — if only marginally — the cost of collection, which you can be sure the merchants will let the government hear about. You may have to knuckle under and pay the tax eventually, but the more noise made with merchants and congresscritters, the more likely the subject is to show up on the national radar.

    Pass it on.


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