Do you like paying taxes to the government......

United States
February 9, 2007 4:37pm CST
It is so simple. The government just doesn't think it can be easy to have a tax free life. Here is a suggestion. There are 301,137,174 people in the united states of america and it climbs every second. Here is the idea. Every adult, whether they work or not (because everyone can come up with something) pays $5 for each of the members in there household every year. For example, if there is a family of 4; two adults and two children; each adult would pay $20 per year in taxes. If you were to add it up with the amount of people in america today, there would be no deficit, more social security, better schools and no state or federal tax. Everything could be simple if people would stand up and fight. God bless and ciao for now.
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@kparab (302)
• United States
9 Feb 07
ITs alway difficult to give away you hard earn money to anyone. I think US government should take a leaf out of gulf countries where there is no such thing called income tax. They have other taxes i don't much about it. But infrastructure wise also its on par with US. SO when they can manage with income tax for person why cann't US government.
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@Phlamingho (7834)
• Denmark
9 Feb 07
Well I don't know if I like it, but I'm glad that hospitals, education and everything else here in Denmark are free, I really doubt that would be the case if we didn't pay the insanely high taxes that we pay :-)
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@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
9 Feb 07
All well and good, but people are going to complain about having to pay twice for children. And others are going to say that they are penalized because they are married etc. No system works. Just keep paying your taxes, And you forgot about all theinterest thecountry owes for loans they made from other countries, Who is going to pay those back? and who is going to pay for newschools and roads and hospitals. All those come from government coffers. And cost far more than $5 a year per person.
• United States
10 Feb 07
ok, you add up how much tax you pay per year and tell me if the five dollars per person in your family is less than your taxes. i think you will see my point.