Shrugs...bye dumb ass. Your argument from ignorance was brilliant. Your prophetic warning of doom will not be heeded. That's what being an adult is all about, making choices and living with the consequences. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40017194
And you, by your own admission, are shilling yet another tax avoidance scheme that the courts have never recognized as valid. Not just a single 'I imagined it, so it has to be true' piece of self justified pseudo-legal babble.
But a string of such nonsense. You *assume* that Title 12 USC 411 means that you must receive US notes.
The law doesn't say this. And the courts have not upheld this. You *assume* that if you receive US notes, you're immune from taxation
. No law nor court has ever said this. Taxes were paid with US Notes when they were the national currency. Taxes were paid when FRNs were the national currency. There's nothing in history, case law or statutory law that backs your claims.You *assume* that putting a red stamp on the back of your check magically redeems it into US Notes.
No law says this. No court has ever recognized this. The US Government doesn't even carry US Notes any longer, having destroyed their stockpile nearly 20 years ago.
Its just you saying it 'must be so'. Which is legally meaningless.
Don't like what I do with my affairs, too bad. The law stands and you are not my attorney nor my tax advisor. Quoting:
But the law doesn't say what you're trying to shill. Show us *anywhere* in the law it says that US Notes have to be offered in redemption for FRNsYou can't.
Title 12, USC 411 never even mentions US Notes. Its just you citing yourself.Show us *anywhere* in the law that says that demanding 'lawful money' makes you exempt from income tax.You can't.
You made the entire thing up, pulled whole from your imagination......citing only yourself.
And you're not the law, buddy. Nor do you have the slightest clue what you're talking about.