TAXATION WITH MISREPRESENTATION: IS IT AS BAD AS TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION?
- Taxation with Misrepresentation: Is it as bad as Taxation without Representation?
- Elected to Uphold the Constitution: Democrats fight to violate our Second Amendment rights and both Republicans and Democrats often try to restrict our Freedom of Speech and Press in addition to our Constitutionally Guaranteed Right to Privacy
- Elected to Protect Liberties and Equality: Republicans fight to restrict the rights of gays and deny Marriage Equality
- Elected to Help the Economy: Yet it seems like rather than protecting the interest of the Peoples' Economy Congress is protecting the interest of their own personal economy through overtaxation that allows them to recklessly spend another man's money.
- We Elect Them to Serve Us: But they seemingly only serve themselves; this is taxation with misrepresentation; is it as bad as the taxation without representation experienced by the Colonists?
“The American Civil Liberties Union was curious about warrantless government snooping on citizens’ text messages. So the group filed a Freedom of Information Act request to the Justice Department.
Here’s what they got back: A memo header: “Guidance for the Minimization of Text Messages over Dual-Function Cellular Telephones” and then 15 pages, completely blacked out.”
Wow. It’s almost hard to believe this isn’t The Onion. They literally sent them a completely redacted memo.