Breaking The Chains of Governmental Slavery

2007 Tax Envelope

Well, she’s gone… Here is a scan of my envelope. Yep, pretty busy. I sent it certified mail with return receipt. This way the IRS can’t say that I never filed.

Let’s see what happens in the next few months!

On another note… as usual, my roommate keeps asking if I filed or not. He said that he is tempted to do it as well as it would be nice to have the extra money. My response? Don’t do it for the money, do it because you think it is the right thing to do.

Furthermore, if you think that paying taxes is wrong, you had better get a new definition of what you think our government is supposed to do. If you think it is supposed to be our mommy/daddy (whatever you prefer) and they are supposed to take care of us via social services and make life fair via things like AA – then you have to accept the fact of taxes. Your taxes support those programs. If you do not believe in taxes, you have to view government as simply some entity that makes laws that the people demand and has no (or very little) influence on our everyday lives (and that life sucks and that we have to deal with it on our own).


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