Prague Twin

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Bipartisan corruption

This film should be seen by everyone.

You should be equally outraged no matter what side of the political spectrum you harken from.

The film is full length, but worth the time. It is a bit sensationalized, but the core points are very well made and couldn't be of greater importance.

(h/t Romunov)

3 Comments:

  • Jesus wept, PT.

    I watched the 1st minute and 1/2 b/f determining that this was another one of those "There is no legal basis for the income tax arguments."

    I have had clients tell me this; I have seen it b/f.

    Guess what? As an attorney who has been licensed for > 26 years, here is what I know.

    There are a lot of lawyers out there who are way smarter than I am and way more conservative than I am. If this movie's premise were anything more than a fable, some bright conservative young or old thing who have danced it out in front of the Supremes and been successful.

    Tax was boring in law school but I paid enough attention then and since to know it hasn't happened.

    Go to Diomedes' 10.25 posting entitled "The Zapetero Democrats" and read the 3rd comment to it. It's a 9/11 was perpetrated by the governemnt posting and I suspect the movie to which you referred us stands on equal footing w/ it.

    Sorry to be so negative man but the word "specious" springs to mind immediately.

    People who adhere to this drivel wind up wiped out. The IRS enforcement guys give no quarter and take no prisoners.

    T

    By Anonymous Tony Sokolow, at 12:25 AM  

  • I hear you Tony.

    Apparently, the movement is gaining some ground, but it is slow going because of exactly what you said...

    The IRS enforcement guys give no quarter and take no prisoners.

    Irrespective of the law (or the lack thereof) once the IRS gets ahold of you, forget about it. You won't see the Supreme Court taking on this issue any time soon I figure.

    Liberals and conservatives alike have long complained that the IRS does not follow the most basic priciples of the law. The pressure should be kept on.

    The Federal Reserve system was actually more interesting to me. I knew about it mostly, but the issue was framed quite well here.

    I don't think it is fair to put this movie on the same level as the 9/11 conspiracy theorists.

    By Blogger Praguetwin, at 2:58 PM  

  • If I get the time, I'll watch it. But I don't know if I will.

    By Blogger Stephanie, at 3:31 PM  

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