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USAisgone 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great movie, crimson tide is better. If we're talking strictly movies

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USAisgone 3 points ago +3 / -0

It doesn't matter who q is.
In fact q doesn't matter at all. You're all brought here together because you want to dig and find the truth.
The spirit of the movement is to spread the truth and to expose the villains.
Work together on specific topics with specific goals.
We are the plan.

by catssix
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USAisgone 3 points ago +3 / -0

Right now what's crazy about how paying taxes works is that there can be multiple right answers. And I don't know how that's possible. If I mail a check for $2000 to the IRS they will cash it and be like yep that's the right amount. But if go "oops I forgot about x tax credit, I should be paying $500 less". The IRS will be like yep that's the correct amount.
Well what happened to $2,000, what happened to the original number, how can they both be right?

by catssix
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USAisgone 2 points ago +2 / -0

This hopefully forces the IRS to come up with a much more simpler and fair tax code. Right now it's so complex I don't see how they can even enforce it because there's no way they can understand it themselves. That is other than going to completely run IRS processes. B

by catssix
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USAisgone 8 points ago +8 / -0

If my understanding is correct, and it's probably only partially correct, in theory the IRS would have to prove you owe money, in a state or federal court, instead of you proving that you don't owe the money in an entirely IRS process. As it stands now, the irs agent arrest you, takes you to irs court, no jury, no appeal, no guaranteed lawyer..none of that due process. This changes all of that. Just imagine the first time a lawyer is in a real jury trial and he says to the irs agent

"are you sure this person owes x money? So if I look through this year's IRS tax code and its many thousands of pages I won't find any exceptions or anything that will lessen the amount? So you're 100% sure this is the exact amount? So tell me about the process you went through to make sure all 6,550 pages don't apply my client?"

Lawyer ask what about obscure x, y, z? IRS agent-"I'm not sure what those are" "So you don't even know the law?

by catssix
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USAisgone 7 points ago +7 / -0

Came in to say this. It gives our lawyers a huge tool in court. This could be something eventually where the ability to go after average people in court for these 3 letter agencies becomes very difficult. It also could provide much need oversight and transparency. They'll attempt a fraction of the BS of they know everyone is watching and getting receipts. Even if it's a fraction of what we think it is, it's absolutely huge!!!

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USAisgone 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wait, so you're telling me that going to a warzone you have no business at and trying to kill a bunch of people could turn out to be a bad idea especially if you get captured? Reddit didn't tell me about this...

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USAisgone 9 points ago +10 / -1

Can't wait for x22 tonight.. "do you really think (insert copium)?"

"Do you think (insert pretty much the same copium slightly reworded)?"

" You can't tell the people, you have to... (More copium)"

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