And when was the 16th Amendment passed?<quoted text>Talking about having the Federal Government reach into your Pocket and take your money from you and give it to some douch, the Republican Party is all about that proof is in their 16th amendment which the Republicans more or less declared that all of our income is the property of the Federal government. Any amount Congress lets us keep is the result of the benevolence of Congress. The Courts have ruled as such throughout the history of the income tax. This includes any income, from gifts to fringe benefits. If your employer pays for a business lunch, the Federal government can tax you for 100% of your lunch if they so desire. There are of course loopholes and all sorts of deductions and write offs. But those are all by the grace of Congress. According to the Courts and the 16th amendment Congress doesnÂt have to write any deductions into law. TheyÂre entitled to everything.
Besides that Start looking up your Member of Congress I know mine is in there and listed and he is a Conservative Republican.
EWG Farm Subsidy Database
The database tracks $240 billion in farm subsidies from commodity, crop insurance, and disaster programs and $37 billion in conservation payments paid between 1995 and 2011.
Now tell us about the roles of Republicans and Democrats at that time. Were they not reversed at that time?
Not to mention there is still controversy over legal ratification of the 16th Amendment to this day.