Thursday, April 16, 2009

April Fools Day

Donald Duck sells the first "temporary voluntary" income tax to the sheeple in 1943

"Not one dime of income taxes goes to support any federal program."
-President Ronald Reagan, right before George Bushes' CIA cousin John Hinkley Jr shot him (now released from loonybin by George W Bush)
Video: America from Freedom to Fascism

"The Court of Appeals, Poole, Circuit Judge, held that federal reserve banks are not federal instrumentalities for purposes of the Act, but are independent, privately owned and locally controlled corporations."

-United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, No. 80-5905, Lewis v. United States, 680 F.2d 1239 (1982)

Amerikans are so stoopid.

Especially illiterate yahoos (goyim) who dont know the definitions of Affidavit of Indigency, Homestead Exemption, In Forma Pauperis and Tenancy In The Entirety.

Debtors' prison— again

In a little-noticed trend blamed on the state's hard economic times, several courts in Florida have resurrected the de facto debtor's prison — having thousands of Floridians jailed for failing to pay assessed court fees and fines. The shortsighted plan threatens to run afoul of the U.S. Constitution.

About a third of Florida counties use collections courts, but even those without them jail people for their debts. In Pinellas, Hillsborough and Hernando counties, collection agencies are used to extract the overdue fines and fees. But defendants who violate their probation by failing to pay can find themselves in jail if a judge believes they have not coughed up what they can.

Author Charles Dickens familiarized his readers with England's system of squalid debtors' prisons. Dickens' father was imprisoned in Marshalsea for debts and Dickens set Little Dorrit there. But that country saw the light in the mid 19th century and outlawed jail for debtors.

In the United States, it is unconstitutional to incarcerate someone solely for failing to pay a debt. Florida officials get around this by claiming the defendants are going to jail not for their debts but for violating a court order. That is what you would call a self-serving technicality. The truth is that Florida has enthusiastically resurrected debtors' prison. How Dickensian is that?

Florida Homestead exemption allows you to be indigent and live in your $10-million home without a mortgage. Note how the media mercs always forget to mention little things like facts and law. We the sheeple are 2 stuped fot that.

Divorce court debtors prisons: 10 years jail for divorce

How to Get Paid to Win in Traffic Court

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