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  • American taxpayers paid over $90 billion more under Trump tax law

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ameri...194900782.html

    and

    Corporations paid $91 billion less in taxes in 2018 under Trump's tax law

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/corpo...160745447.html

  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    So the fact that I moved there makes it okay that 750k US citizens pay federal taxes yet receive no voting federal representation?

    The irony of this entire thing that you fucks still continue to ignore is that Northern Virginia has WAAAAYYY more influence on the federal government than DC but you have no problem at all with them having federal voting rights.
    So move.

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
    You moved to DC knowing your voting situation. Looks to me like you didn't really care about Voting.
    So the fact that I moved there makes it okay that 750k US citizens pay federal taxes yet receive no voting federal representation?

    The irony of this entire thing that you fucks still continue to ignore is that Northern Virginia has WAAAAYYY more influence on the federal government than DC but you have no problem at all with them having federal voting rights.

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  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    See. It's not about fairness to you. It never was. It's about political wins.
    You moved to DC knowing your voting situation. Looks to me like you didn't really care about Voting.

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
    I believe the District of Columbia can’t vote, and if that bothers you really, move 10 miles in any direction and vote again.
    See. It's not about fairness to you. It never was. It's about political wins.

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  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    Based on your opposition of a constitutional amendment to let 750k US citizens to have federal representation and your “move” comment you clearly don’t believe in fairness in taxation.
    I believe the District of Columbia can’t vote, and if that bothers you really, move 10 miles in any direction and vote again.

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  • Fresneck
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    The constitution also spelled out that women couldn't vote either. What's your point?
    Once again demonstrating how it's the greatest document ever drafted

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post

    The constitution gives voting rights to all citizens. Pretty sure there is an amendment about it.

    Move.

    We we both believe in fairness in taxation....and I’m the idiot?
    Based on your opposition of a constitutional amendment to let 750k US citizens to have federal representation and your “move” comment you clearly don’t believe in fairness in taxation.

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  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    The constitution also spelled out that women and black people couldn't vote either. What's your point?



    Yes, but you get more influence per dollar than I do. AND your vote counts in presidential elections. Mine doesn't. So you should pay more for that right.



    No, I simply like pointing out your idiocy.
    The constitution gives voting rights to all citizens. Pretty sure there is an amendment about it.

    Move.

    We we both believe in fairness in taxation....and I’m the idiot?

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
    Alas, that one is spelled out in the constitution. More like....no one should live in DC.
    The constitution also spelled out that women and black people couldn't vote either. What's your point?

    Are we talking individual votes? Because, I bet we both pay taxes, and both vote.
    Yes, but you get more influence per dollar than I do. AND your vote counts in presidential elections. Mine doesn't. So you should pay more for that right.

    My god....you're a Fairtax'er after all!
    No, I simply like pointing out your idiocy.

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  • ivegostdacityblues
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    So, since DC has no representation, they no longer pay federal taxes.

    And since my Maryland vote is worth way less than your Florida vote, I expect you to be picking up a share of my tax burden this year.

    Seems fair that everyone pay their fair share, right? Or is that different?

    Tax rates decided by electoral votes per voter by state. I like it.


    http://amp.slate.com/articles/news_a...50_states.html

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  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    So, since DC has no representation, they no longer pay federal taxes.
    Alas, that one is spelled out in the constitution. More like....no one should live in DC.

    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post
    And since my Maryland vote is worth way less than your Florida vote, I expect you to be picking up a share of my tax burden this year.
    Are we talking individual votes? Because, I bet we both pay taxes, and both vote.

    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post
    Seems fair that everyone pay their fair share, right? Or is that different?
    My god....you're a Fairtax'er after all!

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
    That's nice.
    So, since DC has no representation, they no longer pay federal taxes.

    And since my Maryland vote is worth way less than your Florida vote, I expect you to be picking up a share of my tax burden this year.

    Seems fair that everyone pay their fair share, right? Or is that different?

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  • DynastyFSU2
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    Originally posted by Foster4Prez View Post

    In honor of our founding fathers, your taxable fair share should be directly proportional to your voting fair share.

    I.E. No taxation without representation.
    That's nice.

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  • Foster4Prez
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    Originally posted by DynastyFSU2 View Post
    Simmer down Frances. All the tax cut did is make everyone pay their fair share.
    In honor of our founding fathers, your taxable fair share should be directly proportional to your voting fair share.

    I.E. No taxation without representation.

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