A California bill that could strip tax-exempt status from Little League, the Boy Scouts of America and other “discriminatory” nonprofit youth-serving groups could come up for a final vote this week.
The first-of-its-kind bill, SB 323, passed the California Senate and sailed through Assembly committees to a floor vote, possibly this week. More here:
LMAO -- yes ... leave nothing untaxed ... constantly be on the lookout for new reasons to shear the sheep so you can give it to your friends and donors.
And it's funny because, the government used to tax very little.
And it's funny because, they had to amend the constitution to pass the income tax law. That's right, it seems those ignorant framers of the constitution forgot to include an income tax.
And it's funny because, the income tax started out as 1% or 2% of incomes ... but only the rich had to pay (if you stupidly assume the rich didn't raise prices on the poor to pay for the income tax.)
And it's funny because, the income tax keeps going up and up and up ... and the government keeps finding new things to tax and tax and tax.
And it's funny because, the government keep breaking records in how much "revenue" it takes in and yet it's running a trillion dollar yearly deficit.
And it's funny because, when they run a deficit (borrow money,) it's the same as raising your taxes ... because you HAVE to pay the bill even though you told them not to spend that much.
And it's funny because, no matter how much they get or spend, it's never enough.
And it's funny, because, without your money, where would they be?
Keep voting for idiot "Democratics."