Since 1986 - Covering the Fastest Computers in the World and the People Who Run Them

Language Flags

HPC Market Watch

July 30, 2012 at 09:38 AM EDT
TaxTheRichDotName Sumbits Resolution, BIll, and Constitutional Amendment to Tax the Rich
July 30, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- For Immediat Release: TaxTheRichDotName Sumbits Resolution, BIll, and Constitutional Amendment to Tax the Rich

https://www.popvox.com/orgs/ttrdn

TaxTheRichDotName

527 or PAC (e.g. groups primarily created to influence election of candidates for public office)

Legislative Agenda

Sign petition to gain sponsors and supporters in congress for the Bill, Resolution, and Constitutional Amendment to Tax The Rich (Submitted to members of congress and appropriate committees on Thursday, 7/26/2012). The all-important "Laissez-faire Clause" is included just below.

The Petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/858/476/728/a-presidential-platform-anyone-can-understand/

A Resolution, A Bill, and a Constitutional Amendment to Tax The Rich

The Laisseze-faire Clause is quite important: Laissez-faire clause: "WHERAS, the vision of the founding fathers saw the wisdom of a Laissez-faire economy which would legislate only for the protection of property rights and against theft and aggression [including that by the privileged, MBAs and lawyers]; now, therefore, be it ..." To view the Resolution, Bill, and Constitutional Amendment, click "view" just above.

Mission:TaxTheRichDotName is a grass roots tax watch organization which seeks to inform voters of taxation issues in hopes of bringing about tax law reform and a correction to the current distribution of wealth. The excesses of the distribution of wealth in this country have penetrated into our government so deeply that nothing short of piracy will cut through the mess and find a fair and equitable distribution of wealth. The system is no longer fair, but we can use the system, the vote, to both redistribute the wealth and return the system to a fair one. The tax system is not solely about what is a fair tax: it is about the distribution of wealth which currently favors the rich to levels not seen since Peronist Argentina or King George of the revolutionary era. The voters can change this without seeking the permission or the support of the creeping aristocracy. The voters first and their elected officials second are the true authorities in the U.S., and they can and will take this decision out of the hands of the privileged, the MBAs, the lawyers, and even the elected officials via the vote. The only obstacle to putting the voters back in control is the politician's unwillingness to put the necessary tax the rich bills before congress. To help put these bills before congress and to get a tax the rich plank on the 2012 ballot, all we need is a presence. The politicians would prefer to fear the voters, their constituents, yet they must deal with political realities as well, realities such as the "creeping aristocracy" and the lobbyists. To give them a leg up, we need to demonstrate our presence and our resolve. With a unified tax the rich voice, presence, and effort, we can let them know that we are on their side and willing to stop the gridlock and the creeping aristocracy. We can start with the Resolution, Bill, and Constitutional Amendment that was just sent to appropriate members of congress and appropriate congressional committees and presented just below.

https://www.popvox.com/orgs/ttrdn

TaxTheRichDotName

Campaign: A Resolution, A Bill, and a Constitutional Amendment to Tax The Rich

The Texts:

A Resolution to Return the U.S. Economy to a Free Market Economy via Bills to Regulate the Wealthy

(1st Draft)

WHEREAS, an elite, aristocratic, wealth based class has developed in the United States with legal and financial tools to wrest companies and/or their profits from their owners and the employees and stockholders that developed those companies via spurious, expeditious, excessively obtuse and obfuscated tax laws which leave the wealthy under-taxed and nearly unaccountable; and

WHEREAS, an individualist, free-man, family-of-four income has lost its place as the grounding principle of the economy of the nation and been replaced by the wealth based aristocratic notion of the bottom line; and

WHEREAS, the Marxist sense of Capitalism (that of both the aristocratic holder of capital and the creators of capital) has risen up to replace free enterprise and the free market, thereby becoming a tyranny of the few; and

WHEREAS, the true authorities of the nation, the voters and their elected representatives have had their authority nearly usurped by this Marxist, capital based aristicocracy

; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, By the Congress here assembled that a bill to tax the rich be passed to address this disparity and all laws contrary to the spirit of this resolution be rescinded.

A Bill to Reestablish a Free Market Economy

BE IT ENACTED BY THE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:

Section 1. A 15% sur-tax on the upper 30% of the wealthy be passed to address the growing economic tyranny and disparity of wealth in the U.S.

Section 2. A guarantee that this wealth will go one-third toward the payment of the national debt, one-third toward a clearly established cabinet committee of the "safety net," and one-third toward small business development.

Section 3. A cabinet level committee of the safety-net be established to both establish standards and procedures for the establishment and maintenance of unions, minimum and maximum wages, unemployment, health insurance, welfare, social security, pensions, benefits packages, bonuses and severance packages; these standards and procedures as well as to police these standards and procedures and their enforcement.

SECTION 4. This law will take effect within sixty days of passage.

Section 5. All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.

A Resolution Amending the Constitution to Have a Tax The Rich Bill Ever at the Ready in Case an Aristocracy Develops within the U.S. Government

(1st Draft)

WHEREAS, ; an elite, aristocratic, wealth based class has developed in the United States using legal and financial tools to wrest companies and/or their profits from their owners and the employees and stockholders that developed those companies via spurious, expeditious, excessively obtuse and obfuscated tax laws which leave the wealthy under-taxed and nearly unaccountable and free to plunder poorer and less powerful companies; and

WHEREAS, an individualist, free-man, family-of-four income has lost its place as the grounding principle of the economy of the nation and been replaced by the wealth based aristocratic notion of the bottom line; and

WHEREAS, the Marxist sense of Capitalism (that of both the aristocratic holder of capital and the creators of capital) has risen up to replace free enterprise and the free market, thereby becoming a tyranny of the few; and

WHEREAS, the true authorities of the nation, the voters and their elected representatives have had their authority nearly usurped by this Marxist, capital based aristicocracy

WHERAS, the vision of the founding fathers saw the wisdom of a Laissez-faire economy which would legislate only for the protection of property rights and against theft and aggression.

; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, By two-thirds of the Congress here assembled, that the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress:

- ARTICLE -

SECTION 1: The congress shall have at the ready a tax bill to tax the wealthy ever at the ready should an aristocracy once again try to usurp the true authority of the voter and their elected representatives and the profits of the free enterprise system from their true, inventors, owners, employees, and stockholders.

SECTION 2: The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

...

For more, go to

https://www.popvox.com/orgs/ttrdn

Sincerely,

Philip A. Bralich, Ph.D.

Source: TaxTheRichDotName

Stock Market XML and JSON Data API provided by FinancialContent Services, Inc.
Nasdaq quotes delayed at least 15 minutes, all others at least 20 minutes.
Markets are closed on certain holidays. Stock Market Holiday List
By accessing this page, you agree to the following
Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.
Press Release Service provided by PRConnect.
Stock quotes supplied by Six Financial
Postage Rates Bots go here