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Are you tired of all those confusing tax plans?

Tired of paying taxes at all?

Why wait for politicians to get to the right number?  Even Ron Paul is for some taxes.

The magic number is here:


If low taxes are good for America, surely no taxes are even better!

Zero-Zero-Zero means:

Easy filing!  Because there is no filing with a tax this flat.

More jobs!  If lower taxes mean more jobs, no taxes mean most jobs!

No devil worship!  Nine-Nine-Nine or Six-Six-Six, either way, the Beast isn't welcome with Zero-Zero-Zero!

And since government is the problem, zero taxes are the solution, because they mean zero government . . . no problem!

Which means you can Occupy Wall Street, or any other street for that matter, because there won't be any government workers to tell you different.

Sure, there may not be any streets to occupy, but with unfettered growth and no regulation, you'll be rich beyond your wildest dreams (unless you're not), and surely able to build your own streets!

Zero-Zero-Zero allows you to protect your wealth, not with tax policy, but with good ol' fashioned walls!

And if you're in the ninety-nine percent, don't worry, there'll be plenty of work, for your very own . . . Feudal Lord!

Zero-Zero-Zero, the right numbers for America!

And, if you act now, you'll receive a priceless Golden Scepter, or . . . a Wooden Squirrel-Stick, depending on your current tax bracket.

Originally posted to Comics on Thu Nov 03, 2011 at 06:50 AM PDT.

Also republished by DKOMA, ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, Electronic America: Progressives Film, music & Arts Group, Progressive Hippie, and Daily Kos.

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