Taxes and the Constitution

Because the citizenship of the United States is generally uneducated about our Consitution, people do not understand that Taxes are based in Marxism not our Constitution.  Here is an excellent article about this very subject.  You can also read it on Christian Worldview Network.

Taxation and the Constitution

Kerby Anderson

The current presidential campaign has surfaced different views concerning taxes and taxation. It has also surfaced American voters’ ignorance about taxation and the Constitution.

A survey by the Columbia School of Law found that almost two-thirds of Americans think this phrase is in the Constitution. “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” In case you are wondering, the framers of the Constitution did not pen this phrase. Karl Marx wrote it, and it is the foundation of communism.

So a large majority of Americans think that the major tenet of communism can be found in our constitution. And before you think the survey results are anomalous, I should point out that a similar survey conducted by the Hearst Corporation in the late 1980s came to the same conclusion.

We should all be troubled by the results of these surveys. Our constitutional republic depends on educated citizens, and yet these citizens are not really sure what is in our Constitution. And in this election (and future elections), they will be voting for candidates based upon this faulty perspective.

Why do Americans believe that a communist ideal is in the Constitution? One reason is ignorance. Most Americans cannot answer other basic information about the Constitution. We need to do a better job of educating students and a better job of reinforcing important constitutional concepts in society.

Another reason is class warfare. This started by in the 1930s when Franklin Delano Roosevelt said, “Here is my principle: Taxes shall be levied according to ability to pay.” The progressive income tax incorporates part of the Karl Marx philosophy. For decades, citizens have heard that “the rich don’t pay their fair share” and “the rich need to pay more.” Over time it is easy for them to believe that the Constitution contains the phrase: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” These surveys show we need to provide better education about the Constitution.

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