Now, of course, there are plenty of individuals out there who may think “that’s impossible” or “that will never happen.” My response is simply “never say never.”
As Ted Cruz mentioned in his presidential announcement speech at Liberty University, nobody would have ever thought we would have defeated the British and become independent to create the greatest country in 1776. All it takes is perseverance, time, and a lot of support if we are ever going to abolish the IRS.
There are 3 reasons why I believe we can and should abolish the IRS.
- Look at the 24th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. It states that voting is free and prohibits any type of poll tax. To be consistent then, shouldn’t the 16th Amendment protect us from the IRS and any income tax instead of giving the government authority to do so?
- I do believe the U.S. Constitution to be one of the greatest pieces written by mankind. However, we are still human, and I think the 16th Amendment and the creation of the IRS was a blunder. At the time, I’m sure our leaders did not see it coming, but if they knew that over 100 years later those income taxes would grow out of control with an IRS that has targeted endless tea party conservative organizations, they would have never created the IRS or pass the 16th Amendment in the first place.
- Abolishing the IRS is no conspiracy theory. We have some Republican presidential candidates such as Ted Cruz and Mike Huckabee campaigning on abolishing the IRS and replacing it with some type of flat tax. Plus, amendments have been repealed in the past. One of the most infamous cases is the 21st Amendment, which repealed the 18th Amendment, more commonly known as The Prohibition. Since this happened, who says we can’t have a 28th Amendment that repeals the 16th Amendment and the IRS?
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