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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Presidential Candidates Challenged on Corruption Fix (CLICK HERE)

Presidential Candidates asked to pledge to close the IRS, and realign resources from the Treasury Department to the understaffed Justice Department to fight Public Corruption.


Integrity in the Courts
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

PRESS RELEASE             For Immediate Release


Court Group Challenges Presidential Candidates to Close the IRS, and realign Resources from the Treasury Department to the Justice Department to fight Corruption

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Integrity in the Courts Asks All Federal Candidates To Protect Individual Liberties by Abolishing the Tax Code and IRS

Integrity in the Courts, a New York based public interest group, has joined with several other organizations to found a non-partisan Coalition to Abolish the Tax Code and the IRS. The purpose of the new coalition is to support various proposals put forth by such groups as the National Federation of Independent Businesses (seeking wide scale tax reform), Freedom Works (favoring flat tax), Americans for Fair Taxation, Fair Tax Blog, and the CATO Institute (favoring national sales tax).

These policy groups and others have as a common goal eliminating the current tax code and the Internal Revenue Service. They seek to replace the code with an entirely new tax system that would be uncomplicated, just and fair. Also, any substitute system would use as its cornerstone a consumer friendly monitoring agency, in place of one that strikes fear in the hearts of most Americans.

Under the plan, the nationwide IRS structure, and most of the 90,000-plus well-trained personnel, would be reassigned from duties under the Treasury Department to functions within the understaffed Department of Justice to specifically address issues of public corruption.

Every Citizen’s Plea is Clear: “Restore our faith in our government!”

The Coalition to Abolish the IRS is seeking to impact the presidential elections, as well as all races for Federal office. It is asking Democratic, Republican and third party candidates to sign
a pledge to vote to abolish the tax court and the IRS in the event they are elected to office.

The Coalition has issued the following statement in support of its pledge drive: “The Coalition believes that it is imperative that this tax reform effort become an essential element in the 2008 Federal elections. Without question, the outright abolishment of the current unfair, unworkable, overly complex tax system is long overdue. Most importantly, as citizens are freed from government intruding in their personal lives, the abolishment of the present tax system will restore individual creativity, drive and initiative that will be major factors in reviving the economic engine of the United States.


The Pledge


The Coalition to Abolish the IRS has requested all candidates for Federal office to execute the following pledge. The pledge below has been drawn up for the two major party presidential candidates:

I, Barack Obama/John McCain, hereby pledge to propose as a first order of business legislation to the U.S. Congress to abolish the present Tax Code and the Internal Revenue Service during my first term in office. I further pledge to support legislation to replace the present code with a system that is simple, honest, and fair. Under the new system to be proposed, the IRS will be eliminated and replaced with a mere bookkeeping agency with strictly limited powers. I am committed to fighting public corruption and will lead the nation in the restoration of the people’s faith in their government.

In addition, I hereby call on all candidates for election to the House and Senate to pledge to vote for the legislation I will propose to abolish the tax code and IRS.


For further information contact the coalition at: abolish.irs@gmail.com

For More Information, Contact:

Frank Brady at Integrity in the Courts
www.IntegrityInTheCourts.com
206-426-3558 (tel and fax)
BLOG: www.CoalitionToAbolishTheIRS.wordpress.com


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Here's the Letter sent to the Presidential Candidates and All U.S. Senators:

Integrity in the Courts
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


October 30, 2008

Senator Barack Obama
713 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510 Via facsimile 202-228-4260

Senator John McCain
241 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. Via facsimile 202-228-2862

RE: Your Signed Pledge to Restore Our Faith in Our Government

Dear Senators Obama and McCain,

Integrity in the Courts, a New York based public interest group, has joined with several other organizations to found a non-partisan Coalition to Abolish the Tax Code and the IRS. The purpose of the new coalition is to support various proposals put forth by such groups as the National Federation of Independent Businesses, Freedom Works, Americans for Fair Taxation, Fair Tax Blog, and the CATO Institute.

Under the plan, the nationwide IRS structure, and most of the 90,000-plus well-trained personnel, would be reassigned from duties under the Treasury Department to functions within the understaffed Department of Justice to specifically address issues of public corruption.

It is respectfully requested that you review the attached, and sign the following pledge:

I, __________________________, hereby pledge to propose as a first order of business legislation to the U.S. Congress to abolish the present Tax Code and the Internal Revenue Service during my first term in office. I further pledge to support legislation to replace the present code with a system that is simple, honest, and fair. Under the new system to be proposed, the IRS will be eliminated and replaced with a mere bookkeeping agency with strictly limited powers. I also pledge my commitment to fighting public corruption and will lead the nation in the restoration of the people’s faith in their government.

In addition, I hereby call on all candidates for election to the House and Senate to pledge to vote for the legislation I will propose to abolish the tax code and IRS.


Date: _________________                   __________________________________


Good Luck. To all of us!

Very truly yours,


Frank Brady for Integrity in the Courts
www.IntegrityInTheCourts.com
abolish.irs@gmail.com
206-426-3558 (tel and fax)

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Founded by Committee for Fair Tax, Integrity in the Courts, Government Reorganization.Com, In Support of: National Federation of Independent Business, Freedom Works

The Coalition to Abolish IRS has been founded to support the goals of a number of national organizations that seek the replacement of the present burdensome, inequitable and unfair tax code and the IRS. These organizations propose replacement systems that will assure fairness, simplicity and justice, together with the abolishment of the IRS. Among the organizations supported by the Coalition are National Federation of Independent Business.

On June 17, 1998, the House of Representatives passed the Tax Code Termination Act (H.R.3097) by a 219-209 vote. The National Federation of Independent Business endorsed the legislation. On July 28, 1998, the U.S. Senate failed to pass the legislation n a 49 – 49 vote. At the time of its passage, the Tax Code Termination Act was seen as an outstanding victory for a grass roots effort of average taxpayers, small business owners, and all persons who have experienced dread and fear on receiving a notice from the IRS. Since that time, many proposals have been put forth to abolish the present tax system, but to date, they have not been made a part of national election campaigns.

The Coalition to Abolish IRS is placing the question of this fundamental tax reform on the national agenda by seeking the endorsement of all candidates for election to the House, Senate and the Presidency. All candidates for federal office are requested to take a similar pledge.

The Coalition believes that it is imperative that this tax reform legislative proposal become a central element of plans to overcome the present economic crisis. Without question, the abolishment of the present unfair, regressive system and the IRS enforcement agency will unleash individual productivity, drive, ingenuity, dedication and initiative that will generate economic growth and prosperity.

As critics well know, the present tax system in the U.S. has far more in common with plans of Karl Marx to redistribute wealth than the fundamental goal of our founding fathers to never subject our population to the unfairness of a national income taxation system. Unfortunately, the Congress long ago abandoned this basic economic freedom charted by the founders, replacing it with a grotesque tax code, which unfairly victimizes all who cannot employ tax accountants, and subjects countless honest, hard working citizens to an IRS, which assumes the taxpayer to be guilty, directly contrary to the Constitutional guarantee of presumption of innocence.

The American Revolution was fought to end the right of the King of England to destroy his subjects through unfair tax systems. The Coalition and those national organizations it supports are solely dedicated to restore fairness to the tax system, preserving the personal rights and liberties of all citizens. And in this process, the IRS, which ranks as the government’s largest, most inefficient, costly, unfair, arbitrary and unjust administrative agency, will be totally abolished.

The Coalition, on behalf of all organizations seeking fundamental reform of the U.S, tax system, invites all candidates for federal office to execute the attached pledge to abolish the tax code and the IRS. In this way, the 2008 general elections will mark the end of the present federal tax system, and the restoration of personal economic freedom with the realignment of Resources from the Treasury Department to the Justice Department to fight Public Corruption.

For More, See:   www.abolishIRS.8k.com

8 comments:

angry in soho said...

Wall Street would surely deserve this, and God knows the FBI has been too busy with other things that they've largely ignored white collar crime. Oh, what happened to the horny Sheriff of Wall Street Spitzer. Looks like he wasn't that much of a law abiding Sheriff, huh? I say YES. Dump the IRS, give us, finally, a fair way, and get the IRS people, who are pretty well trained, to look up the rear ends of all the corrupt judges, lawyers, bankers and greedy bums who have caused this financial mess.

Anonymous said...

I would vote for the devil if he/she would do something about the court corruption in this country. It's quite sad that this issue has stayed off the national debate. It means so much to our daily lives to have our entire system corrupted by greedy bastards.

a little late with the irs said...

What's crazy is that even the FBI says they don't have the man power to handle the financial crisis criminal investigations. It's worth a try, and hell, it eliminates the IRS as we know it!!!!! SIGN ME UP.

Anonymous said...

Great idea, but who will implement it? There are two constitutional lawyer running, who have been previously blind to the corruption. The old Navy Officer couldn't bring himself to name names in the giant bailout. Are you asking for Palin to take up the task? What do we pray for?

unhappy halloweener said...

I can tell you, from personal experience, that the same crimes that involve court corruption by those employed by that state court system exist in New York, New Jersey and in Connecticut. And the Lawyers are behind all of it. Sometimes those criminal lawyers are masked as judges, and not just for halloween.

Anonymous said...

Don't hold your breath.

Anonymous said...

Corruption will never be cured by one singular act or action! It has been so interwined and embedded for so long, it will take multiple methods over a period of time to hit the right people and agencies!

So this method above is applauded for taking a different direction, to bombard the top people with sensible and maybe a unique methodology, to expose all the reasons the GOVERNEMENT in all directions, needs to be examined and sanitized, now that it has been revealed that there is extensive criminal coatings, throughout our government of democracy!

Corrupt Courts and Integrity in the Courts, have taken a brazen step in the above direction, and I believe that whether or not it comes to fruition, it was a necessary and absolute correct way to go, to eventually reach the goal of an accountable government and court system! Congratulaions..it is brilliant!

kato said...

when and if it happens I'll believe it

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