Posted by DEPUTY DOG on September 26, 1998 at 04:07:34:
In Reply to: Where are the liability statutes? posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 26, 1998 at 01:37:13:
: Answer: except for the exact sections listed
: in the IRC definition of "withholding agent",
: at IRC section 7701(a)(16), there is no
: statute in the IRC imposing any specific
: liabilities for the federal income tax
: upon Citizens of the United States of
: America, i.e. those who are eligible
: to serve in the House or Senate (lawmakers)
: or in the White House. See 1:2:2, 1:3:3,
: and 2:1:5 for the Qualifications Clauses.
: Then see Alla v. Kornfeld for a standing court
: construction of the Diversity Clause
: at 3:2:1, discussed elsewhere in this
: forum. It held that federal citizens were
: not contemplated when the organic federal
: constitution was first ratified, and
: Congress cannot amend that constitution,
: no matter WHAT they may try to cram down
: our throats. See Eisner v. Macomber for
: standing authority on this latter point.
: So, if you are a withholding agent, you are
: holding money which is payable to the
: United States; until such time as you have
: actually paid that money, you are liable
: for payment of it -- every last penny of it!
: This makes perfect sense, when you stop
: to think about it. :)
: /s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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