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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Statist Philosophy: What’s Yours is Mine, Part 2

Last week in my post: Statist Philosophy: What’s Yours is Mine, I commented on our statist oriented government confiscating an innocent 91-year-old man’s cultural artifacts collection simply because the agents thought he wasn’t entitled to have any of the items even though there was no evidence whatsoever that he had acquired them illegally.

If the government of the United Statists of America wants something that you have they’ll take it and ask questions later. That’s the philosophy today: what’s yours is mine, and the unwarranted property taking provisions of the Fifth Amendment are ignored.

Now we learn that up to 400,000 Americans might have their federal tax refund checks seized by the feds after Congress removed the 10-year statute of limitations on debts owed to the government. Its one thing to revise a statute of limitations to apply in future situations, that’s perfectly legal, but quite another to intend the revision be applicable to debts which have already lapsed under the statute – that’s an ex post facto law – not legal.

But that’s not the least of it. Now the government blood suckers are targeting the innocent children and even grandchildren of the debtor’s even though they had nothing whatever to do with contracting or giving rise to the debt and were oblivious to the fact that the debt ever existed. In many of these cases, the IRS doesn’t even claim to possess records of the debts.

So the child of a tax debtor who was two-years-old at the time the debt arose say 20 or more years ago and had nothing to do with it will be robbed of his or her present day tax refund check by the statist goons.

A grandchild who wasn’t even born when the debt arose will likewise be robbed, all without notice, hearing, or any other due process under the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution.

This will be a situation of “classic abuse” by the federal government of regular Americans who don’t know how or have the means to defend themselves, former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams told Megyn Kelly on her Fox News show, the Kelly File.  

Kelly cited a case reported by the Washington Post of a woman named Mary Grice whose father died when she was 4 years old in 1977, leaving her mother with five children. Thirty-seven years later, the Social Security administration is claiming that it overpaid someone in her family, but it isn't sure whom, and is going after Ms. Grice for the alleged debt. 

“Going after” is the understatement of the year. They’ve flat out confiscated her property without the slightest pretence of due process of law. The Treasury Department has already intercepted $1.9 billion in tax refunds this year — $75 million of that on debts delinquent for more than 10 years, said Jeffrey Schramek, assistant commissioner of the department’s debt management service. 

The sins of the parents will be attributed to the children and to the children’s children says the United Statists of America:

What’s yours is mine. 

1 comment:

  1. Not only are they making the children responsible for the individual debts, but the whole tax system is in debt therefore the children are being held accountable for what the government did before they had any say. This is not freedom, it is enslaving one generation by another.