ELECTION DAY: November 06, 2018
CANDIDATE FOR KY 3 U.S. Congress
Cutting Taxes — Your Taxes?
Minimum Untaxable Wages (See untaxable.html)
The above approach, which establishes untaxable wages, is reasonable, but I would also establish untaxable wages for families of three, and two, with an untaxable wage established for single individuals. I will advocate a COLA (cost of living adjustment) for all untaxable wages each year.
Chabot's Illusion: In the second District Three debate for 2000 at the Urban League Mr. Chabot, the incumbent, mentioned that his parents paid 2-5% federal income tax in the early 1950's. His parent's 2-5% taxes have been a constant refrain throughout Chabot's career. The lowest rate today is 15% for minimum wage earners. In his half-truth, Steve failed to mention that the early 1950's 45% tax rates for corporations fell to 30% over the next few decades. In addition, 91% was the top income tax for individual incomes over $5 million.
Stevenson's Correction: Democrats and Republicans have forced low-income wage earners to pay for corporate tax reductions. That is why Individual Federal taxes are too high. We have paid the load while corporations (and wealthy individuals) were given huge tax breaks for the last fifty years. Corporations are not citizens, either good or bad, and do not deserve such avid representation.
5.9% > 2-5%: Even zero income taxes on wages would still not eliminate the 5.9% social security tax, the most regressive tax in our system. Just this tax alone puts the wage earner in a federal tax bracket higher than the 1950's 2-5% tax liability level applauded by Mr. Chabot. Lower income people pay more than their fair share of taxes today. Everyone pays 5.9% taxes, more than Chabot's parents.
No flat tax, thank you: I think any flat tax is essentially unfair with the top 10% not paying their reasonable share.
Sales taxes and New Income Taxes have Replaced Lost Corporate Tax Revenues: Corporate tax breaks have an even greater negative effect when used in local and state efforts to attract businesses. As a matter of public policy, tax breaks should be eliminated as an important factor in re-location negotiations. Little wonder local and state income taxes have been introduced or raised over the past several decades. Little wonder we have had no needed money to maintain our K-12 schools over the same decades. Or needed money to maintain infrastructure, such as bridges, over the past half century.
On November 06, 2016 vote for someone who will represent your tax interests in the U.S. Congress. Elect "RICH."
I Pledge to be Self Term-Limited to Two Terms in Office: Four Years
RICH STEVENSON, email@example.com
To preserve freedom and our democratic republic we must elect new people to public office, as often as possible, and with as many newly elected private citizens as possible.
Elect "Rich." You win. We all win. Rich is on your ballot for KY District Three Representative to the U.S. Congress on November 06, 2018. You must be proactive in this election campaign to have your voice heard in the U.S. Congress.
Elect nonpartisan independent candidates on your ballot. We all win if you apply term limits in the voting booth to all Incumbent public office holders. Career politicians do harm to our dreams of freedom and a democratic republic. As the years pass, incumbent politicians serve only their political party and other special interests that support their personal political ambitions.
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KY 3 U.S. Congress
ELECTION DAY: November 06, 2018
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5. Overhaul the Tax Code
Excerpt: The 20 Point Action Plan to Revitalize America, The Natural Law Party, 2000 Presidential Platform, (John Hagelin).
We will halt the endless manipulation of the tax code by Congress for their favorite corporate sponsors ("corporate welfare") by implementing a low flat tax. Our plan includes a generous floor of $34,000 (for a family of four) below which Americans would pay no income tax. Above the $34,000 floor, the tax rate begins at 18% in 2001 and drops to 14% by 2006, as our cost-effective solutions begin to bear fruit. With this vastly simplified system, we can put an end to the IRS.