A New Strategy: Shut Down the Fed By Witholding From the IRS?

So, I was just thinking, what if we all adjusted our deductions so we pay no taxes until the end of the year? Could this shut down the Fed?  I mean, if a couple million people simply didn’t contribute to the tax base for a month?
Obviously the suits-that-be are not going to listen to us as long as they have money.  Money is power…without it, they have no power.  Can we make ourselves loud and clear once and for all?

UPDATE: I am in no way suggesting that anyone not pay their taxes! I fully believe in “render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, reder unto God what is God’s”. A sequestered tax payment would likely have to be deposited into an escrow account. When making such financial decisions, always seek legal advice by an attorney in your state.

I am not a tax attorney, CPA, or financial expert and the above thought is in simply that. It is not to be taken as advice of any kind.


2 Responses to “A New Strategy: Shut Down the Fed By Witholding From the IRS?”

  1. 1 Jerry McCormack August 12, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    I seriously considered this after I heard about the “stuper congress”. It would probably get their attention if enough did it.

  2. 2 Joe American August 17, 2011 at 9:33 am

    Politico’s do it all the time. They are not paying their taxes on their yacht, cars, planes, or other incidental pleasure items. Well, at least until they are caught. Freeman Bosly Sr. owes the City of St. Louis, almost $1million for property violations, court costs, and delinquency fees..

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