Tuesday, August 10, 2010

1913 was a very bad year

From J.B.Williams, writing at American Thinker:
Prior to 1913, there was no federal income tax. The states had rights and representation in Washington, D.C., there was no Federal Reserve Bank, and the federal government lived under the enumerated powers afforded within the U.S. Constitution. What a difference one year can make...

Almost a hundred years later, it's clear that the policies established in 1913 must be revoked in order to restore power to the people and the states. But can the American people stuff the genie back in to the bottle? ...
Read the rest of this sordid tale of woe here. The disaster that is our nation was almost 100 years in the making. Fixing it, assuming it can be fixed, will require concentrated effort and much pain and suffering -- penance for profligacy, and punishment for the irresponsibility of past generations, and our own.

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