Fail to Buy the Government Cheese, Go to Jail

While Reichskanzler Obama is still furiously denying that a fine collected by the IRS in case you refuse to buy insurance is a tax, calling resorting to a dictionary for a definition a “stretch” (much like he’d call resorting to a basic math textbook for help in illustrating how his disastrous policies will bankrupt the nation a “distraction from the real issue” while his Obamarrhoids, and Mad King Charles, but we repeat ourself, would scream that it’s “raaaaacist!”), John Ensign (R-NV) went to the trouble of asking the chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation what exactly would happen if citizens refused to pay the “not a tax” tax to the IRS.

His answer:

Violators could be charged with a misdemeanor and could face up to a year in jail or a $25,000 penalty, Barthold wrote on JCT letterhead. He signed it “Sincerely, Thomas A. Barthold.”

But wait, that might not actually be such a bad thing. You see, once those sub-retarded, unwashed illiterate youngsters who screamed themselves hoarse in support of Their Führer last year get hit with a fine for continuing to refuse paying for the insurance that they’ve been refusing to pay for in the past because it cut into their bong budget, then they’ll refuse to pay of course (since they’ve already spent the money on bongs and Obama dildos) and we’ll finally get them off the streets.

Yep, those Fiddy2ers sure must be feeling smug about themselves now. How does it feel to have fallen for the biggest African scam since the Nigerian 419 scams?

Sure, we should be outraged that we’ll end up footing the bill too and we are. So angry at you, as a matter of fact, that we’re feeling all calm. Calm and cold all over. We hate it when that happens. So should you and the morons you voted into office.

And when the HopenChange fiscal house of cards collapses in a mountain of debt and it’s each man to himself, don’t come knocking on our door. Really, don’t.

By the way, an amendment that would have required the parasites in DC to post the final bill online for 72 hours before voting on it so people would have a chance of reading it was just voted down. By Democrats, of course.

You get three guesses as to why, and the first two don’t count.

Thanks, Fiddy2ers. We hope to get a chance to fully express the extent of our gratitude to you one of these days.

Soon.

Thatisall.

4 comments

  1. 1
    LC Gunsniper says:

    I wonder how the college kids like their hopenchange now?

  2. 2
    LC Rurik says:

    Just wait till someone reminds Ears about Peter Tje Great’s notorious Beard Tax, for everyone who didn’t want to shave.
    Delftsman, you could be in trouble. :em01:

  3. 3
    LC PrimEviL says:

    NOT a tax? Then why is the IRS collecting it? Why the penalty? That said, all fines and fees
    collected by the government are taxes. Any time Big Brother has his hand in your pocket, it’s a tax.
    Revenue enhancement via civil prosecution persecution.

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    CPL0341 says:

    Okay, shameless plug, I know, but this is the whole reason I’ve been trying to get the word out about jury nullification. To paraphrase that scene in Goodfellas:

    “You wanna fine me? Fuck you, see you in court, I want a trial by jury.”
    “You wanna tax me? Fuck you, see you in court, I want a trial by jury.”
    “You wanna force me to do what? Fuck you, see you in court, I want a trial by jury.”

    Unfortunately, jury nullification only works if the jurors (or at least one of the 12) knows about it beforehand. Which is why I set up jurybox.org and have been pimping out the shameless plugs. IMO, it’s the last peaceful defense we have against an out-of-control Gummint.

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