We are not going to pay income taxes if Trump is not president.
Washington DC rats do not run the tax payer.


Obama brags about his ability to control the election.
In the public.
Obama has given the implied instructions not to pay income tax.
Communist universities like Harvard, you buy a degree. You buy, you don't have to study if you are a communists. Obama went to Harvard.
It has been in news for about a year.

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Taxed out of relationships or marriage.

Taking the ordinary deduction of $4000 in 1913 Husband Wife (They could afford to get married, so it passed as legislation)

1040 year 1913 Instructions #19
19. An unmarried individual or a married individual not living with wife or husband shall be allowed an exemption of $3,000. When husband and wife live together they shall be allowed jointly a total exemption of only $4,000 on their aggregate income. They may make a joint return, both subscribing thereto, or if they have separate incomes, they may make separate returns; but in no case shall they jointly claim more than $4,000 exemption on their aggregate income.

A stamp cost two cents (1913) so lets do the relationships of .02 cents to .49 cents with 4000 dollars (1913) with present day cost of a stamp as .49 cents. (answer) is $98,000. People under 98,000 are tax slaves. I get the word slaves from simple Plato's words. (He's not that hard to read, don't let them fool you.) What an answer $98,000 dollars. The bull shit of raising minimum wage is that, bull shit. Raise the “exemption of only $4,000 on their aggregate income.” (from above) to $98,000, MAGIC, the people can afford marriage. Those people at that wage level (minimum wage)are force to cheat to get their own money back. The people who don't cheat end up homeless.
Those minimum wagers recognize very quickly they are force out of relationships. The minimum wagers are supporting the United Nations, Public Television, instead of their own children, they support people who loathe (hate) them instead.
i1040 year 1913 . . . . . . | . . . . . . . .1883 to 1916 stamp cost 2 cents 1913

NFL won't settle if Tom Brady won't accept findings of Wells report

The NFL on Tuesday changed its settlement offer to Tom Brady, saying there will be no settlement unless Brady accepts the findings of the Wells report, sources tell ESPN's Chris Mortensen.
The NFL had no comment Wednesday.
If Brady had accepted the findings of the Wells report, he would be contradicting his appeal testimony, under oath, in front of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on June 23.
Brady remains firm on his settlement terms: He will accept a fine, but no suspension, and he will not admit guilt in the matter, sources say.

Tom Brady’s dad defends Patriots QB on Wells Report: ‘DeflateGate turned into Framegate’

Tom Brady Sr. came out with an impassioned defense Wednesday after his son was portrayed as a cheater in Ted Wells’ DeflateGate report, claiming the Patriots’ four-time Super Bowl champion was framed.

Brady Sr. said he believes it was a sting operation from the beginning, engineered by Colts GM Ryan Grigson, who complained to the league before the AFC title game that the Patriots use deflated footballs, and league executive Mike Kensil, who was in the locker room at halftime when the footballs were tested.

Tom Brady Sr. vehemently defends son: 'This was Framegate right from the beginning'

Tom Brady has chosen to remain silent thus far in the wake of the so-called "Deflategate" report issued by independent attorney Ted Wells on Wednesday. The findings say Brady, the New England Patriots' superstar quarterback, "was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities" by two team employees that resulted in footballs being underinflated in January's AFC Championship Game victory against the Indianapolis Colts.
But Brady's father offered an emphatic defense of his four-time Super Bowl-winning son's character and sportsmanship.

Roger Goodell Denies NFL Stained Patriots’ Reputation Over DeflateGate

ed Wells is taking his time investigating DeflateGate. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell held a news conference Wednesday at the NFL Annual Meeting in Phoenix and was asked two questions about Wells’ investigation into allegations that the New England Patriots deflated footballs before their AFC Championship Game win over the Indianapolis Colts. Goodell says he doesn’t know when the report will be released. What’s the status of Ted Wells’ investigation into the deflated football matter, and does it have to be completed by the draft? “We have not put a timeframe on Ted Wells.

11 of 12 Pats footballs underinflated

Chris Mortensen, NFL reporter

The NFL has found that 11 of the New England Patriots' 12 game balls were inflated significantly below the NFL's requirements, league sources involved and familiar with the investigation of Sunday's AFC Championship Game told ESPN.

The investigation found the footballs were inflated 2 pounds per square inch below what's required by NFL regulations during the Pats' 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, according to sources.

"We are not commenting at this time," said Greg Aiello, the NFL's senior vice president of communications.

NFL initially gave Patriots bad information about PSI readings

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