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April 15, 2005

Play Golf on April 15 Next Year

If you are like millions of Americans, including me, you spent part of your day today completing your federal tax returns, either because of procrastination (my vice) or because you didn’t want to pay the money you owe Uncle Sam until the last possible minute.

At risk of being irritating by returning to a topic I've covered at least twice before: If Washington would pass the Fair Tax Bill introduced again by Congressman John Linder of Georgia (my Congressman, and a good one), us late filers could have spent our time differently today. And the responsible earlier filers would be spared the chore, as well.

We’d be spared the IRS, and a simpler and fairer tax would support the ravenous desires of the federal government.

World Net Daily filed an article on the Fair Tax yesterday, and you can read my earlier posts here and here.

Posted by Jim at April 15, 2005 10:27 PM

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