Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 26, 1998 at 14:47:45:
In Reply to: Re: Where are the liability statutes? posted by Two Cities on September 26, 1998 at 11:59:11:
: Like the Stamp Tax Acts?
: : If what you say below could in some context of your mind be true; then all the more reason to file a return. Paying Income TAX is the MOST HIGHEST MAJESTIC PATRIOTIC AMERICAN thing to do.
And so, we wait in vain for Mr. Dog to carry
his burden of proof, which is something he has
now demonstrated, with his own hands, that he
simply cannot do.
Of course, this is not due to some intellectual
defect in Mr. Dog. Mr. Dog is an exemplary
member of the Dog family, having adopted the
august first name of Deputy.
The plain truth of the matter is that there
ARE no other liability statutes, except those
which oblige withholding agents to pay the
monies which they have previously withheld
(but not yet paid).
Bear in mind, also, that a regulation is NOT
a statute. Thus, we are now on solid ground
to challenge the regs at 26 CFR 1.1-1, for
being overly broad extensions of the
corresponding statute -- IRC section 1.
Said section does NOT create a specific
liability for citizens of the United States
or for residents of the United States.
See Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF for the exact
text of our challenge to that regulation.
Mr. Dog, do you need a little more time?
If so, please let us know how much more
time you will need to search the Internal
Revenue Code in its entirety. (We are
interested to measure your reading speed,
such as it is.)
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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