The IRS Scandal, Property Rules, and Liability Rules

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  1. SenatorMark4 says:

    Once again we see the elites arguing about special treatment in the same way that the underclass gets it’s special deals.

    Excess income? Invest it and actually ignore the rules and get a pass. Welfare crack-head mom with 15 kids, ignore responsibility and demand more ‘income, redistributed’.

    The only people that don’t seem to get your attention at this site are the middle class. Wage slaves get their W2. Working contractors (the few remaining) get their 1099-MISC. But all the other people on the end of redistributions don’t get their 1099-GOV in conjunction with their welfare, foodstamps, ag subsidies, etc. It’s an endless list at all levels of government: city, county, state, and fed.

    Until ‘income, redistributed’ gets the same reporting as earned income via 1099-GOV there will be no end to the government corruption.

    It is easier to file for food stamps in neighboring counties than it is to find a job. That says it all.

  2. I always find it interesting to watch the IRS backdown in the face of political pressure and to see under which circumstances that happens; I like your explanation.