Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Just think soon they will control your healthcare too.
With the passage of Obamacare and the twisted pretzel shape that John Roberts had to get into to shove his head that far up his ass to rule it constitutional comes a glimmer of hope. Wait, no. That's not the right word. What I meant was another reason to fear for your personal freedom and wealth.
Imagine this you immigrate, legally I might add, from Iraq in 1970 in the pursuit of all that the American dream offers. You follow the rules become a citizen, open a small business, employ people in the community, work hard and become a productive member of society, unlike the moochers and fee loaders they want to legalize now. What does it get you? The IRS stealing 35,651.11of your hard earned money.
Meet Terry Dehko owner of Schott's Market in Frasier MI. He has run the store for 35 years. Pays his bills on time, was able to make something to support his family. The IRS found something they didn't like though.
You see Mr. Dehko makes routine deposits of less than 10,000 dollars. Meaning they don't have to be reported to the IRS. This angers the IRS apparently. After never asking him why and actually auditing him last year and finding no laws were broken, they went ahead and stole the money from his bank account anyway. Had they asked they would have found out that he makes those deposits because his insurance only covers 10,000 in cash losses. So it was in his best interest to keep less than that in the store at any time. That was just good business sense.
From the Washington Times:
Just last year, we were audited by the IRS to make sure we complied with “anti-money-laundering” laws. The IRS gave us a clean bill of health. Our store has been making deposits this way for decades, and the IRS looked through our books during the audit. Yet no one said anything to me about violating any law. The IRS even sent me a letter about their audit saying, “No violations were identified.” Without any warning, officials just cleaned out my bank account.