Monday, April 22, 2013

Under construction, sorry for mess... come back another time...


Fairtax former sucker reveals the Fairtax Hustle.


Yes, Fairtax  does sound good -- it sounds GREAT. 

A "very very simple" personal retail sales tax. 


The "simple retail sales tax" will fix everything.

Illegals taking US jobs -- gone.

Huge increase in take home pay (50% said Boortz) -- done.

Solves Social Security and Medicare -- done.

US businesses become "powerhouse of the world -done.

All researched - 22 million dollars of research.

(If they have 1 page of that 22 million dollars of research, they have not shown it.  We offer 50K for one page -- see details below) 

One problem.  If they only tax retail sales, the tax rate would be more like 89%

The basic thing President Bush Tax Panel reported about Fairtax fraud, is that if Fairtax ONLY taxed what you spent on retail items, the tax rate would be 89%


Fairtax has massive goofy impossible -- yes impossible -- taxes in the fine print.

Fairtax hustlers have no intention to pass their own plan.  

The Fairtax is political theater, not a tax plan.

In the fine print (yes, you should have looked) are massive impossible taxes.  They do tax retail sales, but they simply had to insert massive impossible taxes, too, to make the math work.

 Why have impossible taxes in a few words, here and there?

Again, to make the math work.

This is from their own document.

PS. they call this "research". 

What do they tax "without exception".

Fairtax idiots better read the fine print, CLOSELY....


Oh you didn't know about the massive taxes on every US city??  They told you, if you read the fine print very carefully....

Oh  you didn't know Los Angeles is a person - a very special kind of person.

So is NYC  -- very special kind of person.

So is LA County, a very special kind of person.

A " person"   who pays 23% tax on all wage, pension, and capital expenditures.

A "person" who pays 23% advance tax on capital expenditures.  

Even the federal government is this "very special" kind of "person"  who must pay this "without exception".

Oh you didn't know about the massive taxes on every cancer victim?

Yes, the massive (without exception too)  taxes on cancer victims is in the math and fine print, we show you.  Yes, every cancer victim, per the "tax base"  fine print, is personally liable for 23% tax on consumption -- consumption --  not purchase -- of health care.

  You may think this is wrong, or in dispute. 

No, it's not wrong, and it's not in dispute.   They just don't tell you.

Neal Boortz, caught off guard on FOX NEWS,  by a question about cancer surgery, had to admit, YES, they tax all cancer victims.  "Sorry"  said Boortz, "we can't play favorites."

Boortz said if we give them an exception, everyone will want one, and the whole thing collapses.   

Don't worry, said Boortz, who quickly changed the subject.  "We will save her (the cancer victim)  so much money, it won't matter.


This is typical of how Boortz answers any question about Fairtax -- it won't matter.  The cost of the tax does not change anything, because "research" shows all prices will drop by that much.

No, there is no research, as you will see.   Specifically the "researcher"  Boortz claimed proved all prices drop, said that was not true, and Fairtax does not work that way.

Furthermore, a poor person, on Medicare, or not, will OF COURSE have huge problems paying 30 or 40K in fed taxes.

Even more, why on earth should a cancer victim have to pay massive taxes on trying to stay alive?   

Oh you didn't know all cities, all counties, all states are special kinds of "persons"  who pay very special kinds of taxes, per Fairtax fine print.

Well, it's there, if you read it very very carefully, and check their math, very very carefully, too. 

You think by "consumption"  they mean personal consumption, of retail items mostly, and services.

Oh hell no.Oh fuck no.   That is what they hope you think. But the retail sales tax is on a tiny, tiny part.

They also tax all cities-- every city in the US, every county, and every state, on all EXPENDITURES, like wage expenditures, pension expenditures, operational expenditures.

So if Dallas County Texas "expends"  100 million on wage, pensions, capital investment, and operational expenditures, Dallas County would owe 23 million -- much of it in advance -- to the fed government.

According to Fairtax expert, and official #2 man at Fairtax, yes, all city county and states are "persons" who pay taxes on all wage, pension, operational expenditures, and much more.

All capital expenditures are taxed -- in ADVANCE.

This is not in dispute.

This is in their fine print.

This is in their math.

Their own spokesmen admitted it.   

And it's all goofy as hell.  YOu can not make Dallas County TEXAS send in 23 million dollars for something these bastards put in a footnote and a clever few words.,

Yet these "other taxes" are by far the biggest tax in Fairtaxes.


You heard right.  So if San Francisco "expends" six billion dollars on a new span for the Golden gate bridge -- or whatever they pay out for capital expenditures, they have to pay 23% IN ADVANCE, as a tax on that.

Did you know that?

And read it closely, they "assume" all city county and states are supposed to raise their tax rates.

Go on, read it. It's from their own documents, if you can find them, and decode their crap "research"



Fuck no, you had no fucking clue that not only were all these other impossible taxes in Fairtax, you also had no clue their own documents cleverly say they "assume"  all city county and states, are supposed to RAISE THEIR TAX RATES to pay it.  

And they call this "research'. 

  These lying bastards actually call these fraudulent (purposely misleading and deceptive)  tricks, as part of their "research'.

Do you still think Fairtax is a tax on personal retail sales?  If so you are a fucking idiot, and get off this blog.  

Please pass this fraud. Seriously.

As Mark Twain said, it's much easier to fool people, than it is to show them, they were fooled.  We would need to pass Fairtax, before most Fairtax suckers would grasp the hustle.

And we need to get rid of our tax code, anyway.   Passing a fraud like Fairtax would be hilarious, we could laugh at ourselves, make fun of the liars who sold it to us, and learn from our mistakes.

Really, a good deal all around.  Then, once the public is  not so fucking stupid, let's get an honest tax code, 10 pages long.  



Fairtax is over 1 million words -- counting their "supporting research"  where they put most of their fraud. 

  HR-25, the legislation, is also a fraud, but you need to know their definitions, footnotes, assumptions, and other slick shit the hustlers had to put somewhere, so they put them in their "research".

Every Fairtax sucker we know, insists they read HR25, but no, they did  not,  If they read it closely, they would know basic things, and its clear they have no clue.  Like the definition of a person.  Very funny definition actually,  they were probably laughing when they wrote it.

And their "calculator" trick.  Another joke, and it took them a long time to come up with that one.   

We show you.

Fairtax slogans sound great -- slogans always sound great.   But what about the fine print?

What do they really tax - in the fine print?


Get rid of our entire tax code, keep not one page, not one word.

Since we need a new tax code anyway   --- if it takes passing a fraud to get rid of this bogus tax code we have, fine.   



Like other frauds -- Fairtax SOUNDS great.    And we do need a new tax  code, which is why I loved Fairtax at first.

Then I read the fine print. And I read President Bush Tax Panel report. 

Of all the words in Fairtax documents, only 300 words matter.  

In those 300 words -- we show you -- are massive goofy and impossible other taxes. Yes, impossible.  

Why have massive goofy and impossible taxes in the fine print?

To make the math add up, on paper.


The problem is -- MASSIVE OTHER TAXES in the fine print, that are impossible.


The answer may surprise you.  See below.



It's not clear  anywhere  in any Fairtax document, what they actually tax. Their SLOGANS tell you what they hope you believe they tax, but their slogans are wildly fraudulent.  Not misleading, but fraudulent, in the sense that the slogans are designed to make you believe one thing, but the fine print shows, cleverly another.

That's on purpose. 

Like the fact, retail sales are a small, even unecessary part of Fairtax.

The retail sales tax in Fairtax fraud, is such a small part, they could get rid of it entirely, and still make their math work, if they adjusted their rates abit.

Since they tax all government expenditures, city, county, state, and federal (yes, idiotically they tax federal expenditures and pretend that would yield spendable cash),  they could wave that magic bit of fraud, and just have ONLY taxes on government, pay for the government.

That's how goofy the plan is -- but it's dressed up like it's some legit, and researched plan.



To get this chart,   about what "expenditures" they tax,they cleverly inserted all government "expenditures" and all taxes on personal "expenditure consumption"  ( a very clever fraudulent term).

Any expenditure by any city county and state, other than for education wage expenditures and foreign travel, is "in the tax base" and by definition, taxed. 

So they never tell you candidly we tax the federal government 800 billion dollars, then pretend that's revenue we can spend.

 And they include taxing all retail sales, but also all cancer surgery, all nursing home care,  etc...and others profoundly unfair and goofy taxes.

This chart is in their official document.   They call that "research".   It's their OWN supposed research documents were they hide, in very clever ways, their own fraud -- meaning, misleading bullshit.

They have the audacity to call their own public relations nonsense "research". 

 They have no research whatsoever, and certainly not 22 million dollars of research on this "very very simple" personal retail sales tax.

This is definition of research, and they don't have one page of it, much less 22 million dollars of it, about a simple rational retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes, including Medicare Medicare, etc.

The hustlers claim they have "22 million dollars" of research about this "very very simple"  personal retail sales tax.   We believed that. Who would lie about THAT??

Then we tried to fine it -- read it, and tried to talk to the "researchers".  

There was no  research, no researchers, but there were and are hustlers and the public relations company, Beacon Hill.   Those documents by Beacon Hill may look, to stupid people, as research, but they are the opposite of research.

 We show you what they try to pass off as research, which is no more research than any fraud's slick double speak. 

Hiding goofy assumptions in online documents, slick double speak, and misleading math bullshit, is not research.

It's the opposite of reseach.

THey do have plenty of double speak fraudulent bullshit.  They do not have a single page of actual research.  And they sure as hell don't have research they paid 22 million dollars for.

claim they have it, and the fools who believe them, naturally fool others, not aware they were scammed to begin with.

They do, literally, call their own fraud (their own misleading bullshit) research.  It's no more research than you cat is research.   Their goal was to obfuscate, and make you BELIEVE it was a very simple retail sales tax of some sort.

They dared not make the massive impossible taxes clear, like the taxes on cancer victims, the taxes on city county and states.

It's all in there, but you better be smarter than the average Tea Party fool, to find it.  And you better be able to ignore the misleading rhetoric surrounding the 300 words or so, here and there, in this document and that, that have these impossible assumptions and huge other taxes, in clever terms.


That's why we are very comfortable to offer 50,000 dollars for one page of that 22 million dollars of research, about this very simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

A PERSON WHO MAKES 55K could easily own, in Fairtaxes, over 100% of his income, in taxes. 


Have you ever seen Fairtax put a side by side comparison of what you would pay for fed taxes, and the consumption listed?

Hell no.

Yes, millions of people would owe massive, impossible taxes.  That does not even include the massive (impossibly massive) taxes on city county and states.

And they never showed you anything like this, did they.  Think that was by accident?

Remember this, they never showed, not once, not in 15 years, ever, a side by side comparison.

And they never  -- ever -- showed a list like this of a "typical person" and what consumption would even be taxes.




Fairtax calculator fraud -- spent thousands on this fraudulent calcultor...


See their "calculator" trick.  These lying bastards actually created a "Fairtax calculator"   that actively prevents you from knowing, or even getting a clue, of what your fairtax would be.

But wow, did it look great!!!



Use the calculator to see what your taxes are, they said!

Here is the calculator to prove it, they said.

Then they made up a calculator that literally prevented you from learning what your fairtax would be.

Any doubt that these guys were somehow mistaken, is crushed the fact they spent thousands of dollars,  to create a fraudulent calculator.

See for yourself -- and use their calculator. It is not just difficult to figure your Fairtax on the fraudulent trick -- it would be impossible.

Which of course, is why they did it. 

Oh, and they have no calculator for city county and states.   That part of their fraud, they dared not even make any calculator, fraudulent or not.


When Boortz tried to sell President Bush his Fairtax hustle, the President  did the smart thing - he had it studied, by his tax panel.

Headed by William Gale, PhD from Sanford, and his tax panel, did not have to work that hard.  They just had to find the fine print ---and read it very carefully.   

To those stupid people who think the slogans matter, or Fairtax Books matter, here is a clue.  READ THE FINE PRINT.

Beacon Hill is hired.

One problem for most folks, even if they wanted to read HR25 itself, word for word, the fine print is not in one place -- too obvious.

  You first have to gather all the fine print, which means all the documents by Beacon Hill, Fairtax's paid public relations firm.

Beacon Hill "further explains"  their legislation, and presents itself as the "research".   They actually call their fraudulent (deliberately deceptive) documents "research". No, it's not research, it's the opposite of research.

Also, in no way is Beacon Hill an "educational organization"  --  they hire out, as they did for Fairtax, to back liars and hustlers.  They got paid to do it.

The Beacon Hill documents are clever as hell, look at them closely. There is where most of the almost comical sophistry takes place -- their "assumptions"  like "we assume city and states will take necessary measure"  to pay for Fairtax -- raise their tax rates.

So did they lie?  

If you say "We assume moon beams and baby farts will pay 2.1 Trillion"   then have a tax plan that gets 2.1 trillion from that nonsense, is that a lie?  I think it's a lie, because it's deliberate deception, and Beacon Hill was out to deceive, not inform.  

No, they did NOT say they assume to tax baby farts.  But what they cleverly insert into the fine print, into the "tax base"  is as goofy as if they had used "baby fart" tax.    

Of course, President Bush Tax Panel were not fooled by the billshit for ten minutes.   You first have to read all the fine print tricks, and have a good grasp of the art of lying your ass off in a way that sounds smart.   Tea Party suckers, and those who pander to them, almost never have a clue.  SO they were easily fooled. 

The Bush tax panel had folks that eat fine print tricks for breakfast, and spit  them out for lunch.  The Tea Party has fools who love their cult daddy, and therefore assume the slogans Fairtax hustlers use, must be the truth, or at least, close to it. 


They have none. It's all a fraud.  

A political bit of nonsense, started, it seems, by Scientologist hustlers to raise money, but taken over by Tea Party hustlers, also to make money from suckers.


These are from their OWN documents -- which they call research, hilariously.   Cleverly written, but if you can find them, and read them very very carefully, you will get a clue of how bizarre goofy and fraudulent these taxes are.

Impossible taxes -- but they in a few words, here and there, in a fraudulent way. By that we mean, designed to fool you,  not inform you. 

In this "tax base"  (tax base = what they tax) are all city county and state expenditures, for wages, pensions, capital investments, etc, etc.

That's right, if you live in Dallas Texas, and Dallas "expends"  40 million on wages and pensions for their fire department, Dallas would owe 23% of that 40 million, or almost 10 million, to the federal government. 
Not just Dallas city council, but Cook County Il - that entity would owe over 150 million. Los Angeles County, over 200 million

And remember these counties and cities (and states) are taxed on wage EXPENDITURES, pension EXPENDITURES, operational EXPENDITURES.

They do tell you -- in a fraudulent way -- in the fine print.  We show you.

They never tell anyone clearly, never tell cities, never tell states,  and in fact, they don't even mention where these cities counties and states are supposed to send these massive amounts of money.

But the slogans sounded sooooo good.

In Fairtax clever tax base, the hustlers even included all FEDERAL expenditures -- but never made that clear to the public. All military spending, all research, all military benefits, all veterans expenditures.





1) Slogans fool stupid people repeatedly.  

(Fooled me too).

2) Slogans always sound great.

3) Slogans never match the fine print


Nothing is more common in politics, especially taxes, than slogans, misleading fraudulent slogans are the norm.

Why have misleading slogans? Because they work!

Fairtax is the #1 example of that, followed by Flat Tax.

Both Fairtax and Flat tax are hustles -- and exactly opposite of their name 

At least Fairtax had fine print -- hard to find, deceptive, and fraudulent, but it's there, we show you.  Flat tax bastards ONLY have slogans. They dare not write down the fine print, so there is none.





Flat tax is as flat as Dog the Bounty Hunter's  wife.

Flat as Pikes Peak.

Flat as the Alps.  

But stupid people are always fooled by slogans, and these hustlers actually construct their fraud around the fact, people are stupid, and almost never look past the slogans. 

Flat tax hustle is this --They do have one tax rate on work and ordinary income.   They call that flat.

But they have absolutely NO tax on trillions of dollars of other income. They don't even treat unearned income, capital gains, profit on short selling, all kinds of other income, as income.

Word games.  

As Mitt Romney said in one of the 2012 Presidential debates, the flat tax would have him paying virtually no taxes at all. He paid rather little anyway, but Flat tax would put him at very near to fed taxation, at all.

But the name is flat.

Why?  WHy would a flat tax have Mitt Romney pay almost no taxes at all?

Because Flat tax -- forget the damn name - simple doesn't tax his income as income at all.  Zero.   He knew that.  Since there is no fine print in Flat tax, Romney must have read enough of Flat Tax nonsense in CATO or Forbes document, to notice that.  But most people stupidly assume they tax all income -- no matter what kind of income -- at the same rate. Oh hell no.  They just want stupid people to think that. Thats why they come up with Flat tax.

Flat tax hustlers -- like Forbes, CATO, and others, would LOVE the Flat tax fraud to pass.   But Fairtax hustlers have no intention of passing their fraud, it's just too goofy.  They would be chased out of the country by their own suckers. 


Flat tax won't even release any fine print -- only slogans.  Fairtax does have fine print, but you have to read all 68 documents, and read them very very carefully.

Flat tax would not even do that much, because flat tax is the opposite of flat.

They had to do this, to make their math work, on paper. That chart is how they made their fraudulent math seem to work.

There is no exception whatsoever, on any cancer victim, any leukemia viction, any Alzheimer victim. The person who "uses or consumes"  any health care service or product, from a dental visit to brain surgery, is liable.

That's how their math adds up.  If Fairtax took away any of the impossible taxes (and health care tax without exception is just one of many), their math would not add up.

 Nor would Fairtax tell you about the cancer tax (and many others).  In fact, the cancer tax is the least of the truly bizarre taxes in Fairtax. 

That's not just unfair -- why should a cancer victim have to pay massive taxes because they fought to stay alive? --- but it's impossible.  

And they knew it was impossible, that's why they hid this, and many other impossible taxes, in the fine print. 

But to make their math add up, Fairtax simply had to create a fraudulent "tax base".  Tax base is what they tax, by definition.



Neal Boortz,  a paid spokesmen for Fairtax (yes, he was paid) is author of The Fairtax Book.  Boortz actually met with President Bush twelve  years ago, and pushed the Fairtax.  

Sounded great to President Bush too. Great slogans.  Simple,  fair, just a very simple retail personal sales tax.   

No more social security taxes -- that's paid for you automatically.

No taxes on business or corporations.  

No income tax.

No Medicare tax.

It will bring in at least as much -- and maybe  much more -- to the government that ALL federal taxes.   

And mostly, all researched

Bush had  his tax panel read the fine print.    The issued a report on that fine print.  In a polite academic way, they showed what a fraud Fairtax is.

We expose the same things President Bush Tax Panel did, but we are not polite.  At all.


Transparent. Fair. Simple!!  

All that research.

Just a simple tax, when you buy something.  That's it.  No double talk.  Just a 23 % tax "at the cash register"   or "at point of purchase."

Neal Boortz said "You will see your tax on your receipt".

And every legal citizen gets a check to pay those taxes,  to remove all taxes on "necessities" in advance!! 

Brilliant?   Right?

No.  It's not brilliant because it's not true.   No slogan used by Fairtax hustlers is true, as you will see.

You decide right then to pay that fed tax.  Don't want to pay 23 dollar fed tax on a jacket -- fine. Don't buy it, or buy a used jacket.

And - you get a PREBATE.  Everyone's take home pay goes up an average of 50%, wrote Fairtax expert Neal Boortz.



Dale Jorgenson -- the guy Neal claimed proved all kinds of great things about Fairtax ---did no such thing.   Nor does he support Fairtax.   Jorgenson specifically said Fairtax would not work.

Boortz went right on making people think Jorgenson practically invented Fairtax.   

I fell for it.  All that research!  

Simple. Pay at the cash register.

Voluntary!   Just pay the fed tax you want to pay, from what you buy.   They told  us example of buying a lunch, buying a jacket. 

They didn't tell us about the 110,000 dollar fed tax on a new home costing over 500K, but so what? Don't want to pay that huge tax?   Buy a used home!

So simple.

And so what if there was a 100,000 fed tax on new homes. You get a prebate. Everything is cheaper anyway, they claim.   



The answer may surprise you.  See below.

I want the Fairtax to pass,  it would be hilarious.  

My name is Mark Curran, and I was a Fairtax sucker.

Then I read the fine print.  Now, I offer 50,000 dollars to anyone who can show one page of that 22 million dollars of "extensive research"  about their very simple retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

They have a fraudulent "calculator" on line, which should convince even their cult members  how goofy the whole thing is.


You don't "accidentally" create a fraudulent calculator. (see the fraudulent calculator trick, below) 

You don't  "accidentally" claim 22 million in research about a simple personal sales tax, when actually, most of the revenue in the fraud is impossible to collect. 


They claim 22 million in "extensive research"  that supposedly proves all their claims, according to Neal Boortz, who was paid (yes, he was) to push this fraud.

Pass the fraud.   I want to see Huckabee explain to the Texas legislature why they have to pay 16 billion or more, in taxes on wages, pensions, and capital investments. 

I offered Neal Boortz 50,000 dollars for his charity, or any charity, just show 1 page of that 22 million in research (see details below).

Not only did Boortz not show any such research, but he has run from offer for 5 years.   So I now offer ANYONE 50K for one page of that research.  See the details below -- and the detail are important.


Fairtax taxes the State of Texas over 16 billion dollars -- does not tell Texas about it, at all. Keeps it hidden. Massive taxes on Texas state wages, pensions, on Texas capital investments, operational expenditures. 

Massive taxes on all city county and states.

And a clever "assumption" that all city county and states must raise tax rates -- substantially.

I'd love Fairtax suckers to  explain why no one told any city, any county, any state about the massive taxes and tax increases that would result in every city, every county, and every state.

Do you seriously believe NYC will send in 800 million dollars because your Fairtax hustlers put in a footnote, on a piece of paper they dared not show suckers in an honest way?

If you think Dallas Texas is going to send it 180 million dollars in fed taxes on what they pay out, for wages, pensions, capital expenditures and operational expenditures, you are a perfect idiot for Fairtax.  

 If you are a Fairtax sucker, it's not really your fault, except you were too stupid to read the fine print very closely.   

Your Fairtax hustlers didn't tell you what's in their very clever fine print tricks.

Instead, they made you suckers think, as I did at first, Fairtax is rational, and some kind of sales tax on purchases.

Those taxes are cleverly in Fairtax documents, which Huck calls "research" but an even more clever mention of them are in HR25

And I'd like to  Huckabee, or some Fairtax sucker, explain to a woman with breast cancer, whose entire income is 12,000 dollars a year, is personally liable -- without exception -- for a 30 or 40 thousand dollar tax on her cancer surgery and chemo.

Yes, as you will see, all cancer victims are PERSONALLY liable, without exception, for massive taxes on their "consumption". Not their purchase -- their consumption -- of goods and services. 

Equally as bizarre, maybe more clever, is the fraudulent "calculator"  Fairtax  hustlers created to "prove"  how much you would save. Damn funny stuff, that.

Pass this fraud PLEASE.   I want to see US Senators who pushed this fraud,  explain to cancer victims on Medicare, why and how they are supposed to pay 40,000 dollars or more in fed taxes, because they "consumed" cancer surgery and chemo.

Fairtax taxes the State of Texas over 16 billion dollars -- does not tell Texas about it, at all. Keeps it hidden. Massive taxes on Texas state wages, pensions, on Texas capital investments, operational expenditures. 

So simple!!   So wonderful!!  So researched!!

Huckabee never bothered to tell folks that  most of Fairtax tax revenue is nonsense -- impossible nonsense.

The retail sales tax is not the problem.   The massive hidden IMPOSSIBLE other taxes are the problem.

Is it possible, for example, for a cancer victim on Medicare to pay 40,000 dollars in fed taxes on her consumption of surgery and chemo paid by Medicare?

Fairtax fine print as the "person using or consuming" the cancer surgery (even Medicare and Medicaid patients) pay the tax.   

40 billion dollars of cancer taxes, most of it would be impossible for the patient to pay, yet that is how their math adds up/.

And worse -- much worse mathematically-- Fairtax has almost a trillion dollars of revenue, cleverly coming FROM the government, and fed government, itself.

Yes, as you will see, GOVERNMENT becomes a "major taxpayer" according to the tricks in Fairtax. Corporations can't pay taxes, but the Pentagon can?

Businesses can't pay taxes, because they pass those along, but your county government can pay 290 million in taxes (see below)?   How would county governments GET that 190 million?

TAX BASE... tricks in 300 words.

A few words here, a few there

Yes, the SLOGANS sound great.  

But read the fine print closer....we show you the words, and the reason they used those tricky ass words.  They had to. 


Of the nearly million words in Fairtax public relations firm (Beacon Hill)  supposed "research" (they call it research, we call it fraudulent double speak they were paid to write)  -- there are only about 300 words that matter.

The rest of the million words by Beacon Hill , are there so you won't notice the 300 that matter. If they ONLY wrote those 300 words, in one place, no one would be fooled.

Not even Tea Party suckers, not even Cruz or Trump or GOP supporters.

And it starts with the "TAX BASE"  trick.

You only know what you are told.  Me, too.  So if I had not read the fine print, I would still be dumb as a rock about Fairtax.

HR 25 -- the legislation. Without exception. Sounds like normal legalese, right?

Uh, not so much.  Those two words are very important, without exception, because that is how their math adds up.  All things in their tax base, are taxed without exception.

All wage, pension and capital investments "expended" by all city county and states, and even capital expenditures, spending, wages, and pensions expended by the federal government, are in the tax base.


Read it again, how they define their tax base.   They don't tell you this in books, videos or speeches.

They have never even mentioned "NIPA"  or explained this in any book, video or speech.  But NIPA is a BFD in Fairtax.

Nothing else comes close. 

If you read their online documents, very closely, you would have seen it.  Maybe. 

But they told you.  They told you in their document about their TAX  BASE.


You may think you know what they tax.  No, you fucking don't have a clue,  if you think it's anything like their books, videos, or speeches.




NIPA actually has nothing  to do with taxes.  It's a table in Bureau of Economic Activity. 

Anything in NIPA, according to their own fine print, is in the tax base.

They tax base is what they tax.

They told you, right?  In that one page. A page you would never likely see.  In a paragraph, very cleverly written, to obfuscate -- lie about -- what they tax. 

Fairtax hustlers "FORGET"  to mention the massive -- impossibly massive, absurdly unconstitutional -- taxes they impose on every city, every county, and every state.

Chart is from sworn testimony to Ways Means Committee
by a former Fairtax supporter.




You are told -- in a document most Fairtax suckers could not find with a GPS and a librarian --   in very slick double talk, about their "tax base"



No exceptions, per the fine print, and even more importantly, no exceptions per the math. 



Fairtax hustlers like Boortz claimed they had 22 million dollars of research about this "very very simple" personal retail sales tax.

So easy to understand, so transparent, a "7th grader could explain it to anyone".

 No, a 7th grader could repeat the fraud slogans.  But a 7th grade could not explain -- because there is no explanation - why these lying bastards  used double speak, fraudulent definitions, and misleading math, to fool stupid people, especially, for some reason, in Texas and Georgia.

Can someone PLEASE explain to me why people in Texas and Georgia were so easily fooled by this crap?  Is it against the law in those states to read fine print?  Ask questions?

Yes, Fairtax hustlers had great looking web sites.  FOX news supported  it- - Mike Huckabee, Sean Hannity.

But no one in those states bothered to read the fine print closely?




Fairtax never tells their suckers what they tax. It's really that simple.  

Here is a side by side comparison, before and after, of what a person would pay in Fairtaxes.  As you will see, it's impossible.  But Fairtax hustle has layers of absurdities.

Why not fall for it?  

Very  self confident men  sold it as simple, fair, and "the most researched plan in history".


Here are some other rough estimates of cities, counties, and states, what they would owe......

Quincy IL -- 20 million dollars.

Keokuk Iowa -- 12 million

Lansing Michigan - 48 million.

Harris County, Texas -150 million.

Cook County IL -- 1.1 billion

Los Angles County CA -- 1.6 billion. 

These are a rough estimate of  Fairtaxes these government entities would have to pay on wage, pension, capital investment, and operational expenditures  per Fairtax fine print tricks.

Fairtax spokesmen refuse to show any estimates, they barely put the tax in their fine print, at all.


They told you.

Yes, they did.  They TOLD you,  if you consider a footnote, an "assumption"  and a clever definition, telling you, despite the fact they  told you drastically other things everyplace else, and never made any of that clear, whatsoever.

The state of California would over 23% tax on this 6 billion dollar capital investment of a new span of this bridge.

IN ADVANCE -- yes, in advance.  See the fine print.

Fairtax has that in the fine print.

Their math is based on it. 

They never told you

They never told anyone in a candid way.

Mesquite Arizona would owe over 200,000 dollars in fed taxes, just on their "expenditure" for a partial group of new fireman, for their pay and benefits.

Fairtax math is based on it.

They never told you

They have it, deceptively, in the fine print, re NIPA


Do you see yet what lying bastards they are?   Yes, of course Fairtax hustlers know all these taxes, they wrote them in to the fine print.  It's FROM them!

You are told, cleverly, that this "tax base" consist of whatever NIPA defines as personal or governmental "consumption expenditures".

Do you know what NIPA is? Hell no.  

Do you know what "consumption expenditures" are?

Did you know all health care is in their "tax base"?   And did you know that "the person using or consuming" those goods or services are liable?

Did you know that is "without exception"?

Did you know their math is based on this?

Hell no.




To show you how wacko Fairtax fraud is, they did not really need to tax retail sales at all, if they could actually tax all the other things they have in their fine print.

But they do everything possible to prevent you from knowing about these other taxes, so they sure as hell are  not going to show you that, in fraudulent math games, they could exclude all retail sales tax on "ordinary people".

Remember, only a small part of Fairtax is that retail sales tax on human beings.

If they could tax all city county and states, and tax the federal government (as they do, in their fine print tricks, once you understand those) they could just adjust those a bit -- instead of 23% on all government entities, have a 32% tax --and no person would need to pay a tax at all!

But that would be so obvious. Even fools would say "Well how will all city county and states pay that?"

They told you !

In a very clever and fraudulent way, they did tell you.  



  Fairtax would bring in SO much money, we would not need social security or medicare taxes, though they are about  half our national revenue.  

Did you know Fairtax promised -- and claims it's all researched -- that you will no longer have to pay a dime of social security taxes. No on will.

But everyone will still get the benefits.  Not only that, but everyone gets a prebate check, on top of any retirement check,  and on top of any Social Security benefits.

WOW.  Just that "very very simple" personal retail sales tax. WOW.

But - did you know Social Security receipts pay the Social Security benefits?  And Social Security receipts actually bring in MORE than it pays out.  Much of government total revenue, comes from Social Security and Medicare taxes.  Few people seem to grasp that, but it's true. 

WOW-- no more Social Security taxes!!!

You will collect Social Security, and Medicare Medicaid if you need it, as if you always paid into it. But you will no longer have to pay!

You could possibly pay almost no federal taxes -- and no social security taxes at all. To pay almost no taxes, just buy a used car, used home, barter for your food or grow it yourself. 

And get a prebate check every month anyway.

And get Social Security and Medicare benefits anyway.

Wow, what deal!!




Of course the slogans sound great.  No "tax plan" ever sounded better!.

We were fooled by that 22 MILLION IN RESEARCH.

Who would lie about that?   We could just read the research!  

So, we did. And others read the fine print, too.

 We show you what they call "research" - hint, hiding goofy impossible frauds in your own papers, is not research.



This was all exposed, politely, over a decade ago, by President Bush Tax Panel.   They showed, in academic terms, just how goofy Fairtax was, because of massive impossible "other taxes."


Why not tell us that in books, videos or speeches? 

 They do have massive taxes -- every cancer victim is liable, and there are not exceptions.

Like every city is liable for a 23% tax on wage expenditures.  And pension expenditures. And capital investment expenditures -- in advance.

That's right -- all capital investment expenditures, like a new sewer system, a new library -- is taxed, IN ADVANCE.

We show you that fine print.


 The math, as you will see, is based literally on collecting 100% of these other taxes, no matter how impossible,  how hidden, how unfair.





They do NOT tell you what they tax, in books, not in videos, not in speeches.

What does Fairtax tax?   Do you know?

Retail sales? Yes, for a tiny part. But you have to pay massive other taxes -- far larger taxes -- on top of, in addition to, the retail sales tax.

Did you know that?

No.  You can not possibly know what Fairtax taxes, from their books, videos and speeches.  They never tell you.


Oh, you can find it!

Oh, you can learn what they tax, the way President Bush Tax Panel had to learn -- by finding all their documents,  and reading them all, line by line, footnote by footnote, assumption by assumption.

None of which are in the material they present to the public in their slick presentations.

Yet they claim their plan is "TRANSPARENT".   Really?  No one can possibly know what they tax, from the books, videos and speeches. It's not difficult to know from that information, it is literally impossible to know.

Oh really?

They tell us it's a VERY VERY simple personal retail sales tax, to be paid an "point of purchase".   As Boortz said 100 times, you will see your fed tax on your cash register receipt.

All the example, he gave, and anyone gave, were about that cash register sale.  You buy a coat, pay for lunch, buy a toaster.

Not one example about New York City, and how the city council would owe over 800 million dollars in wage and pension and capital investment expenditures.

IN ADVANCE TAXES - on government "investments".   In a footnote. 


Embedded image permalink

 No exceptions whatsoever.

And their math is based on this.  Their math does NOT show Medicare or Medicaid paying the taxes imposed -- it shows, and says, the person pays it.



Retail?  Yes, they do tax retail purchases. For a small part of Fairtax.  

That retail sales tax is not the problem, at all.  The massive other taxes -- impossible hidden other taxes -- are the problem.



You find NIPA only very cleverly in their "fine print tricks."  Not in books, videos or speeches. This  below, however is one bit of wacko bullshit from their "research" documents.

Just one time, in one of their documents  you never saw.  But they did tell you, sorta. Kinda. In a fraudulent way.

Not just Texas, every state. 

Not just states - but every county, in every state.  Massive taxes on their wage, pension, and operational expenditures.

THEY TOLD YOU, sorta kinda. 


That's in their math -- that's in their fine print -- that's now their math adds up.

Did these lying bastards ever tell you that in a candid way?  Massive other taxes, on top of, in addition to, that sales tax?

They did tell you -- yes they did -- if you read every word very carefully, and some ignored their lies.    They told you in the way frauds tell sucers things, in a slick fraudulent way.




Funny how well intentioned suckers write about Fairtax, and have no clue -- absolutely no clue -- what is in Fairtax "tax base".

Nor can they show you any research.

They know Fairtax has some kind of "retail sales" tax, and add the pompous sounding "at point of purchase"  crap.

Most of Fairtax has no "point of purchase" -- because most of Fairtax is about consumption of things, not purchase.  They pretend cities "consume" wage and pensions!  Yes they do.

They treat all city county and state "expenditures,"  including payroll expenditures, pension expenditures, capital investment expenditures, as "retail sales". 

Embedded image permalink

Tax base = what they tax.  By definition, what is in their tax base, is what they tax.

So unless you know their tax base, YDKS.


According to Bruce Bartlett, former Reagan advisor, he was approached by Scientologist to push Fairtax.   See more below.

No, Huckabee is not "in on the Scientology" fraud.

Huckabee and a few others just adopted the fraud, because it sounds so good.   It worked. He got results.   Not evil, but very clever politically.  

Boortz's book, Fairtax book, is page after page of amazing things.    The problem will be what to do with all the money.

Illegal immigration -- fixed.   Economy, fixed.   All wage earners, 50% average increase in pay. And this is all researched, they told us, including by Harvard researcher Dale Jorgenson.

Really?  Turns out, not so much. 

Social security and Medicare, solved.  On and on.  And on.

If only half of it were true, WOW.  Let's do it!

Huck  said it was the way GOD wanted taxes.

This was the opening of Fairtax web page, until we exposed the fraud. ....


It's like pretending to tax Moonbeams and Baby Farts. 

Taxing all Medicare patients, all city county and states,  etc, is like pretending to tax Moonbeams and Baby Farts. 

No they do NOT  show you they tax moonbeams and baby farts, but they needed to show 3.5 Trillion in revenue.    They do show 3.4 trillion in revenue.

The retail sales tax only brings in 1.4 trillion.

For 2.1 Trillion dollars of their supposed revenue, they may as will said we tax baby farts and moon beams. 


Yes, they tax retail sales. But that's only a small part of what they tax.  No Fairtax book, no Fairtax speech, no Fairtax video, has ever been honest about what they even tax.  

Quite the reverse -- they give the impression they are a very simple tax on retail sales. Personal retail sales. 

As you will see, the tax the state of Texas, a 23% tax on all wages, pensions and operational expenditures, for policemen, firemen, judges, prison personnel, etc etc etc.

If a Texas judge's salary and benefits are 200,000 a year, guess how much Texas is supposed to "remit" for that "expenditure.  About 46,000 dollars. 

Did you know that? Hell no.  Does Texas know that? Hell no.

And that's just the start.

A very very simple retail sales tax -- personal retail sales tax.

Huckabee and others "forgot" to mention that Fairtax is based on 2.1 trillion of impossible goofy taxes they had to hide in the fine print -- we show you where they hid it.

Turns out, that "sales tax"  is a tiny part of Fairtax. 



Steven Hayes, according to Fairtax own web site, is the President of Fairtax.  It is a fund raising system.    A "former" scientologist, he tried to get Bruce Bartlett to sell Fairtax.

Hayes personally goes after the large donors.  Fairtax hustlers don't seem to be trying to pass the fraud, as much as get stupid people to pony up money that goes in their pockets.



Steve Bennett-- an official spokesmen for Fairtax --- admits Fairtax has massive taxes on city county and states. He has to, it's in their fine print, and their math.

That's clear enough, says Bennett. 

City county and states, Bennett stupidly claims, will  readily spot these taxes and send them in.  No, I am not kidding. Bennett said city county and state officials "deal with fine print all the time".

They will see that fine print, they will get the money, and send it in.

How fucking stupid or foolish can Bennett be?  Answer -- that stupid.  

"If they have questions,"  Bennett told me, "they can ask." 


Why have those massive other taxes?
To make their math work on paper.


 Do they really expect NYC to send in 800 million?

Do they really expect the cancer victim on medicare to pay 30 or 40K in fed taxes?

Do they really expect Texas state legislature will send in 15 billion?

Do they really expect Keokuk Iowa to send in 22 million, or whatever it works out to be?

No.  They are not stupid.  Fairtax hustlers are not stupid at all.  They are lying bastards -- they had to include massive other taxes in the fine print, for their math to work. 


 A 100 million dollar city budget, means that city would owe 23 million dollars to the federal government.

Houston Texas, the city council, would owe over 180 million dollars.  And remember, Fairtax cleverly says they "assume" all city county and states will raise their taxes to pay it.

Yes, that's in the fine print.

So HOUSTON must pay over 180 million.  Houston is in Harris County. Harris County too, would owe massive taxes -- over 200 million.  

Harris county is in Texas.  Texas legislature would over over 15 billion.

Try to grasp how goofy this is, because Fairtax bastards never told anyone about this, in a clear way. Houston city council has no clue.
Harris County officials have no clue.

Texas legislature has no clue.

Do you really  think Houston, and all cities, Harris County, and all counties, Texas, and all states, are going to send in massive amounts of money?


BENNETT says it's clear enough 

Yet Bennett -- a nice guy, but apparently he is a lackey, a sucker, to Hayes -- says there is no problem.   All these taxes are very clear, to city county and states.


"They read fine print all the time"  says Bennett, referring to states.   I asked Bennett when they are going to send notices to city county and states.  

Bennett says there is "no need" to explain this further to city county and states.    If they have questions, they can call him. 

Fairtax lying bastards do not even tell city and states where to send these massive amounts of money.  Which department?  

They don't say.   They just say "remit".  

On exactly which "expenditures"  must they pay 23% tax?  They only say "ALL EXPENDITURES"  other than education.  

Just think of that. Your city "expends"  100 million, so your city must "remit"  as Fairtax cleverly says, 23 million to the fed..

And your county.

And your state. It's in their own documents.  Oh, you didnt read all their documents?

Here, this is my surprised look. 

No one told them.  NO ONE TOLD THEM.  Bennett, an official Fairtax spokesmen, admits no one told them -- and get this -- they  have no intention of telling them.

They can just read these very tricky bits of double talk, a few words here, a few there, and then send in the money!

Fairtax is comical farce, actually.   No, those who put this hustle together never intended it to pass.  

So Texas is going to see that double talk, and send in 16  or 18 billion dollars?   Really?

The rest are there to make it hard to notice those 300 words. 


Without exception sounds like a trivial detail  -- oh hell no. 

We "adopt a prepay approach"  is four of those 300 words. 

We "adopt"  a prepay approach, if you can even find that document, mind sound innocuous.

Clever definitions, exposed by President Bush Tax panel.

"CERTAIN WAGES"  are two of the 300 words that matter. 

And in a FOOTNOTE --- let me repeat that -- a FOOTNOTE -- Fairtax "assumes"  all city county and states will pay these massive taxes "in advance".

In advance. IN a footnote.

So, idiot Fairtax think Fairtax is a very very simple personal retail sales tax, but in the fine print are massive goofy and impossible other taxes.

Think Houston will see these footnotes in one document, see the definition of wages in another,  and send in over 100 million?.   


The basic thing Bush Tax Panel exposed, was that a retail sales tax, alone, would need to be more like 89%, not 23%.

If you ONLY tax personal retail sales tax, the rate must be near or even above, 89%.

And Fairtax hustlers will not disagree with that.  Cleverly, their plan is NOT a retail sales tax to replace all other taxes, but includes, in fact is really based mostly on, these massive other and impossible taxes.

Fairtax was exposed over a decade ago -- by President Bush Tax Advisory Panel.   Neal Boortz tried to sell President Bush this fraud -- and the president had it studied.  

It was not THAT hard to find the fraud, if you could find all Fairtax "documents".   

Fairtax told suckers, in books videos and speeches, that Fairtax was a "very very simple"  personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

Only a very very simple retail sales tax "at point of purchase".   Sounded so good, right?

Take a closer look at the clever fine print...

Without exception.  They tax "consumption"  of all goods and services without exception.  Sounds like a normal thing to say.  Surely they mean retail consumption, personal sales, right?  

Until  you realize  Fairtax clever defintions and charts, have "consumption" mean bizarre and absurd things.   

Your city  PAYING OUT a pension or salary or unemployment claim -- that's a consumption?  Really? In Fairtax bizarro world of math and fine print, it is.   All that is "in the tax base" .   Tax base is, by definition, what they tax. 
All "expenditures" related to wages, pensions and benefits to all city county state and federal employees -- that's part of that consumption in their tax base.

So yes, they DO tax retail sales. But that's only a tiny part.

In other places, we show you, they have very important other words.  Like their definition of wages, and tax base.    See them below, and go look yourself.  It won't be that easy, because you probably don't know where their "research" documents even are. 

 HR25 has clever wording, that Fairtax hustlers very cleverly refer to, in their "research". 



Yes, the federal government has to pay itself huge taxes, Boortz said.

Corporations can't pay taxes, Boortz said, but the federal government (and city county and state governments) can?

If there is any entity that can not pay taxes, because the cost is simply pushed to the tax payers, it's the government. 

 Military spending, research, etc, is in the tax base. They only "removed" education expenditures.


Not just some taxes, but MAJOR tax payer, said Boortz.  He immediately,  however, in the next sentence, tried to make it seem like the fed gov  just paid taxes on  retail purchases.  Boortz pulls this kind of trick so he can say "Hey, I told you on page 148, in an entire sentence, the fed government will be a major taxpayer". 

Boortz was paid to sell Fairtax to suckers. Yes, he was paid. 



"under this system, the federal government itself becomes a major tax payer".

Corporations can't pay taxes, Boortz tells us.

But somehow, all city county and states can?

And Boortz -- look carefully at his book -- says proudly the federal gov will become a MAJOR TAXPAYER.  Boortz quickly adds, in the next sentence, the false impression this is a retail tax on the federal government.  By omission, he does not tell you all wages, pensions, capital investments, even by the federal government, is in the tax base, exactly as is all personal retail sales,etc.

They needed to do that, to make their math work.

Absurd as hell, so absurd most people do not notice.How would you notice. And yes, Fairtax math cleverly treats the money they would supposedly collect from city county and states, and from the fed gov, as spendable money.

They do NOT treat money they get from the federal government as an absurdity, but it is.  Fairtax has layers of absurdities, this is just one.  






Fairtax math is based on these absurdities.    And yes, they know it. 


Even tea party folks  know that an 89% sales tax is dumber than hell. 

Boortz is also the one that claimed all this research, and even  named Dale Jorgenson as the guy who proved so much about Fairtax.

Bullshit. Jorgenson specifically said Fairtax would NOT work, and could only theoretically work if everyone allowed their wages to be CUT.

That's right, Fairtax can not work unless ALL wage earners agreed to take massive wage CUTS.   Only if all workers agree to give their employer all the money they used to pay in taxes (an absurdity)  THEN -- and THEN only, could prices drop.

Do you really think all workers in the USA will donate -- yes donate -- what they used to pay in income taxes, to their employer, AND pay the highest sales tax on earth?   Because that is the research Jorgenson did.  He did not research what Fairtax has in their fine print, at all.

YOU ******* LIARS

In fact, if they can show 1 page of that research -- 22 million dollars of research about a very very simple personal retail sales tax, that proves it would replace all other fed taxes in "revenue neutral fashion" --- we will give them (or anyone) 50,000 dollars.  See more details below.

We first offered Boortz the 50K, and he could give it to any charity.  Boortz made a big deal of him being in a telethon for charity, where he took phone call pledges for 10 bucks.   And he refused to show one page of that 22 million dollars of research about the very simple personal retail sales tax?   Even when we would give that charity 50K?

Guess what?  Boortz knew there was no such research. He knew he was lying the whole time.

We now off that 50K to anyone who shows 1 page of that research.  See details below.

How hard can that be?  Show 1 page of that 22 million in research? 

Boortz, who is well aware of that, but a very good hustler, made Jorgenson sound like he proved all Boortz's fraudulent claims 

Maybe those cancer victims would disagree. 30 or 40 or even 50K in fed taxes, even if insurance or Medicare pays the bill, the "person using or consuming" the goods or services is liable -- without exception.

Remember that -- WITHOUT EXCEPTION.  Very clever fine print detail, which they use for their math.

Their math depends on layers of absurdity -- just one layer, that all cancer victims, Alzheimber victims, would actually pay these massive taxes, without exception.

And yes, they inserted these clever words, deliberately, cleverly, and like the lying bastards they are -- fraudulently.  Fraudulently meaning, with the deliberate, knowing intention to fool you.



Voluntary, they said, because you choose!!

 Don't want to pay 8 thousand dollar fed tax on a new car?  Fine -- buy a used car.

Don't want to pay 90,000 fed tax on a new house? Okay, buy a used house.

Fairtax acted as if they were so honest,  "We are not pulling any punches"  said Boortz.  We are "the most transparent plan in history".


Ever hear of used rent. All rent is in the tax base.

Ever hear of used surgery? 

Used chemo?  

Used airline tickets?

Used cell phone service?

Used dental care?  See much used crowns, used dental implants, used X rays?

Ever see a USED Cat scan done?

Every hear of used gasoline? Used electricity?  Used cable or internet service?



 First of all, cancer victims would suddenly be on the hook for over 20 billion dollars of taxes.

But cancer taxes (nursing home taxes, medicine taxes, etc.)  are just the tip of the iceberg.   Fairtax math is goofy nonsense, because even when the tax is impossible to collect, Fairtax math lists that as revenue.  

All Medicare, and medicaid patients would -- again, without exception, per Fairtax math -- pay massive taxes, 30, 40, 50 thousand in taxes.

Why not just exempt cancer victims?    Because if they exempt cancer victims, they have to exempt heart disease patients, and nursing home residents.    Fairtax did not want suckers to even know of these huge other taxes.

If they exempted health care, that 23% tax rate goes to 40%.   And if they exempt other impossible to collect taxes, their tax rate goes to 50 and 60%.

They "removed"  from the tax base  wages paid to teachers, for example. But not wages paid to all other federal, city, county and state employees or retirees. And all retirement expenditures are in the tax base.

  All city county and state operational, wage, capital expenditures, are in the tax base. They never list it honestly, but below, you can see their art work.  The point here is, Fairtax would just have a "tax base" of retail sales, if that's all they taxed.


"The federal government itself will be a major taxpayer" 


The fairtax book had one sentence about it -- way in the back of the book, and Boortz made sure it SEEMED like they just tax the government on retail sales. 

But they did tell you, remember? Sorta kinda?  IN that one sentence in one page, in a document you never saw?


So where -- really, where -- is their research??  They claim 22 million in research. In typical Boortz and Huckabee BS, they claim things  "the most researched economic plan in history" -- blah blah.

They don't have a page of actual research, not a page.  No, they don't.    What they have are silly double talk documents -- by their own public relations firm, Beacon Hill.   

Not only is that not research at all -- it didn't cost 22 million, and it's not about a very simple retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.


If they were honest, they would not use some footnote to "assume"  over a trillion dollars in tax increases at state and local level.

You have to dig very very deep into their bullshit, to find such "assumptions".   But it's there. 

Their  overall message is they have this amazing retail sales tax, and prices drop, and "the only problem will be what to do with all the money"  said Neal  Boortz.

Mike Huckabee called this fraud a "magic wand"  in a campaign stop in 2012.  .   


Fairtax is SO goofy, that they don't even need the retail sales tax.     If the government could magically pay taxes to itself, go for it.   Their math is already based on 60% of their revenue coming from impossible sources.  Only 40% of Fairtax revenue would come from the retail sales.

So, just tax city county and states, and the federal government ONLY.  You would not need to tax anyone!

That is -- really -- how fucking goofy their scam is -- and they know it..    

Fairtax just threw in the retail sales tax -- remember, it's only a small part of the revenue -- to fool people.   They have  nothing but an absurdity.


We have asked Fairtax spokesmen to provide an example of ANY city, state or county government, to show how much "fairtax"  that city would have to pay on their wages and operational expenditures.

There is no dispute all city county and states -- per Fairtax fine print -- have to pay a 23% tax on wage, pension, operational expenditures. 

So why not show us what any city has to pay, any county, any state?

It's not hard to figure -- just find all expenditures by any city (other than education wage expenditures)  and multiply by 23%.  So if St Louis has 100 million in wage and pension expenditures, St. Louis would owe  23 million in taxes to the fed gov.
 And Fairtax "assumes"  St Louis would raise their tax rate by 23%

They refuse. They absolutely refuse to show any city county or state, as an example.

The excuse they use?   "We don't have the time to show all cities and states financial information".   No one asked them to --- we just asked for one example. 

See this chart? It's from Fairtax lying bastards. You can say they are not lying because, somewhere, someway, on some page, in a deceptive way, they mention things a few word here or there.   But we believe it's lying, because the purpose of the sneaky word games, is to fool you. 

Notice anything?   Look closely.   Here is what they don't show you -- retail sales.  These numbers reflect much much more than personal retail sales. 

They tax, literally, by definition, everything in the tax base.

In the tax base is all retail sales, BUT ALSO all government wage and pension expenditures, other than those wages and pensions paid out to teachers.  So all that is taxed.

In the tax base, also, is all capital expenditures, paid out by all city county state and federal government. Yes -- they tax all city county and state, even federal government, capital investment.

That's well over 1 trillion dollars -- but they don't let you know that.  All city county and federal expenditures, are idiotically and absurdly "in the tax base" .

That's how their math works. They had to get their suckers to think their math added up.

Don't believe me?  Take a good look at page 148 of the Fairtax book.   There, Boortz  deliberately uses slick language,  but it's there. 

"The federal government itself will be a major taxpayer" 

While he did briefly mention that, in a sentence far in the back of one book, he never told you that all city county and states will have to pay, too -- massively. Not one word.

Nor did he tell you Fairtax HAD to insert massive goofy other taxes in the fine print, to make their math work. Nor did he tell you Scientology hustlers first came up with this fraud, but it fooled stupid people so well, guys like Boortz and Huckabee used it. Boortz was even paid to push this fraud. Yes, he was.
The retail part of Fairtax is not the problem -- the problem are the much much MUCH larger taxes they do not tell you about, except in tricky fine print or double 



They DID tell you -- in one sentence, in one sentence, in a document you are likely never to see,  that they tax whatever NIPA defines as governmental or persona "consumption expenditures"

And look at this - a footnote, a footnote -- in a fairtax document.  Did we mention footnote?

Footnote tricks.  

This footnote cleverly mentions that they "adopt" a "prepayment approach" to taxing government "investments". 

 Turns out those "investments" they tax in advance, include wages, pensions, capital expenditures. Yes -- capital expenditures!  They tax capital expenditures.

Let me repeat that.  If your city, your county or your state, make capital investments, like build a library, repair a sewer system,  or even pay into the police and fireman pension system, that is all taxed.  Much of it, in advance.

IN ADVANCE.  Let that sink in.  They tell us that -- in a footnote.  A footnote.  Let me repeat that, a footnote.

You did not even know they taxed wages, pensions, capital investments, did you.

In advance or not, they never told you.  Never hinted at it.

You have to read their fine print, CLOSELY.

So to you still think Fairtax is a simple personal retail sales tax?  

Boortz is fond of saying Fairtax is "totally transparent"  because "you will see your tax on your cash register receipt".   Fucking lying piece of shit. He really is, a lying piece of shit, on this and many things.

Oh yes, a small part of Fairtax is that retail sales tax.

 But most of Fairtax has nothing to do with retail sales or cash registers, like the tax on capital investments and wages and operational expenditures, in advance or otherwise. 

And -- likewise, in documents  you never see, in very slick double talk, they do too you sorta -- huge tax increases at city county and state levels.  

"We assume that state and local governments take the necessary measures ..... in this setting means raising their tax rates..."
 So they do tell you kinda, but in a way you never even see or understand.  Elsewhere the lying pieces of shit tell you it's a very simple retail sales tax.  No, it's not.   It's really huge impossible other taxes these lying bastards wrote in fine print, that are goofy as hell.  And they knew it.   This was a Scientology bit of wacko -- and former Scientologist still use it to fool stupid people, and get money from them, to "support Fairtax"



Why didn't people notice this? Yes it's clever, but it's in the book on page 148.



Fairtax often tells their suckers crap like "corporations don't pay taxes, they just pass them along to you."

Yet cleverly, the lying bastards have massive taxes on all city county and states -- MASSIVE taxes.

Corportations don't pay taxes, they said.

Only people pay taxes.

Yet they have city county and state governments paying massive taxes. And you idiots didn't notice.

I noticed.  So did others.

But Fairtax suckers, most of them trained  by being in the South and being religious, did not notice. That's fascinating to me, while the religious folks, and Southern folks, were so easily hustled.

I was fooled to, but I kept reading and asking questions, which they avoided like the plague.

Also, laughably, all Social Security spending, all Medicare spending, is in the tax base. Remember that.  They actually defund Social Security, there is no longer any taxes for Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid.  But in their absurd fine print tricks, they tax that consumption anyway.  


Did Huckabee ever tell you that?  Massive taxes on the poor. Massive taxes on city county and states.

They assume all city county and state taxes will go up -- WAY UP.

It's in the fine print.







These words -- without exception -- and NIPA -- may seem normal boilerplate legalese. Not a big deal?

While Fairtax never tells suckers (of course) that they tax all cancer victims, they do tax all cancer victims, rich or poor, old or young -- their math is based on it.

That's the thing people don't notice -- their math is based on collecting massive other taxes. Their math has the retail sales in the tax base- - but also much, much, much more.

These other taxes are part of the very clever "NIPA" based consumption. And they did it that way to fool you. Yes, they did.



Fairtax fraud was already exposed politely, as you will see.  President Bush Tax Advisory Panel, led by William Gale, PhD Stanford, had no trouble spotting the  fraud. They used academic and polite language, they did not call Fairtax lying bastards a fraud, at least in public.

But in private, William Gale said --"they lie a lot".  

Essentially, the tax panel found the fine print tricks, and showed that a retail sales tax -- taxing ONLY retail sales --- would be more like 89%, not 23%.

Fairtax made their math work by inserting massive OTHER taxes, impossible goofy taxes, on top of, in addition to, and paid separately from, the retail sales tax.

Remember this: without the fine print tricks I show you --- Fairtax rate would be more like 89%.  That's not what I said, that's what the math shows, and what President Bush Tax Panel found.

The tax panel could find the fine print easily enough -- but they eat fine print for breakfast and spit it out for lunch.  

Plus, they had ALL the documents, and did not care about slogans.  The slogans are, to be blunt, bullshit lies. Yes,  lies.  It's the fine print that matters. 


But no one paid much attention to that polite and academic way of exposing this fraud.  In private, William Gale said "they lot a lot" -- but not in public.

 So Im blunt. And in public,   Here is a picture of me. 

The fraud is this -- massive impossible other taxes, far larger than the retail sales tax.   The retail sales tax is not the problem.


Look at their "other taxes" -- impossible other taxes -- these lying bastards hid in the fine print. We show the fine print.   Yes they do have a retail sales tax,  but much  higher taxes ON TOP of that retail sales tax.




Yes, they tell you its a very simple retail sales tax.

All the examples they give -- are about retail sales.

Never once do they give you an example of a tax on a cancer victim. Never once do they mention the massive taxes on wage and pension and operational "expenditures".

But those things are in their fine print- - and cleverly in a sneaky way, in their math.

Did Huck ever mention that  wages and pensions and operational expenditures, paid out by all cities a retail sale are taxed.

For example, did Huck say Dallas Texas would owe well over 100 million dollars in fed taxes for their wage pension and capital investment "expenditures"?


Why not?  Because he does not want you to know.  Huck is a sneaky lying bastard -- yes he is. He didn't invent this fraud, and maybe he didn't know at first, but he knows now. And he isn't about to tell his suckers.

  The innocent supporters were never told this. They are just duped.  Once they know they fraud, they of course do not support it, because Fairtax is  not just flawed, it's impossible. Not sorta impossible, not kind of impossible.   It's totally impossible.  The lying bastards are the ones that up the fraud together.

But in Fairtax fraud, they do indeed have 31% (or 23%) tax on all wage and pension and operational expenditures, paid OUT by your city. And another tax on all such expenditures paid out, by our county.

And another tax on all such expenditures, paid out, by your state.

That's how their math adds up, and the lying bastards do have that in their documents, in a very deceptive way, but it's there.

So if Chicago pays OUT 1 billion in wages, pensions, capital investments, operational expenditures, Chicago would (per Fairtax anyway) have to pay 230 million or more in taxes.

Expand tax base sounds so great, right?  Uh, well that's true -- but what does it really mean? 

Fairtax never tell what this means.... like massive cancer you really think a cancer victim should have to pay 30 or 35,000 dollars in fed taxes, just because they got sick?   Oh, they didn't tell you about cancer taxes?? 

Surprise surprise!


And massive taxes on city county and states.  The city of New York, for example, would owe over 750 BILLION.  That's right, BILLION.  Let me repeat that -- 750 billion.


Your city county and state -- are supposed to raise tax rates. That's in their OWN document, if you read all their documents, very very closely.   See for yourself!


Every city, every county, every state, massive taxes. No, not just a tax on retail purchases, that's nothing. City county and states are taxed 31% on wage expenditures, pension expenditures, operational expenditures.

And cleverly -- they never tell you in books, videos or speeches -- your city (and state and county) are supposed to raise their tax rates.   In books, speeches and videos, these lying bastards make it seem like a very very simple retail sales tax.  Total bullshit, and they know it.


WHY?  Why have these massive (2 trillion +) taxes, much higher than the retail sales tax on persons?   If they only taxed retail sales, they would have to charge 89%. 

That's right, if they didn't lie about what they tax (they do tell you in fraudulent way, in fine print, we still call that lying)  they would have to show an 89% tax rate.

They didn't dare show anyone an 89% tax rate!  Even Tea Party idiots know an 89% retail sales tax is crazy.

So, Fairtax hustlers inserted massive other taxes, a few words here, a few assumptions there, a few clever defintions -- like definition of a person!!  


Clever, and fraudulent crap. If they did anything like this is a legal contract, you could sue the bastards.  But this is political theater -- you can't sue lying bastards for political bullshit. 



NIPA -- Fairtax math is based on this "tax all consumption expenditures"  of all personal and government expenditures, per what NIPA defines as consumption.    

Not just retail sales tax. Retail sales is only a small part of it.  They tax 31% (not 23) of whatever NIPA defines as  "personal or governmental consumption expenditures."

Very clever.    They never tell you about these other taxes, because it's all impossible buillshit. You can not possibly tax, for example, NYC 800 billion dollars because you hid some crap in a few words in a footnote.

Too complicated?  Literally, they hide a few words here, a few words there, then they add up the 2 Trillion dollars of those taxes, and claim it's all "researched"

The "research" does not even exist, except this fraud.   See our 50,000 dollar offer for anyone (even you) who can show one page of that 22 million of Fairtax research about that very very simple personal retail sales tax.

They have no research at all -- they have documents they tell suckers is "research" -- but that where these bastards have the fraud!   Hiding your fraud in some tricky fine print, is not research.

You thought Fairtax was a tax on purchases. Oh hell no. That's just a tiny part.  We show you their math and fine print.

  "EXPANDING THE TAX BASE" sounds great, right?

Expand?  Hilarious.   Exapand the "tax base"  ?   

What does that mean?

How is cancer surgery taxed? They never mention cancer, or health care, at all.   

But all such "consumption expenditures" are "in the tax base".

They tax whatever "NIPA" defines as personal or governmental "consumption expenditures".   Health care, and virtually every possible thing, is in that goofy definition.

They had to tax all health care, and all governmental expenditures, including wage, pension, and capital investment expenditure,  to make the math work.  On paper. 

We show you how Fairtax used these words -- their own words -- to insert 2.1 trillion dollars of "other taxes" into Fairtax.

It means massive goofy impossible taxes -- taxes on Medicare patients (huge taxes)  and taxes on every city county and state on their wage pension and operational expenditures.

Did you know -- yes or no -- that Fairtax math and fine print, have MASSIVE taxes (over 800 million dollar tax) on New York City alone!   Dallas Texas city council would owe over 180 million.

No, not just a tax on retail sales -- city county and states, are taxed on "wage and pension  expenditures".   

And much more.   

And these lying bastards do not tell you -- anyplace -- in a clear way. Instead, these lying bastards use "fine print tricks"  we show you.  It's there -- but most people could not find it, unless shown.

So, we show you.
As  you will see, rich or poor, even folks on Medicare,  are supposed to somehow pay this huge tax on their cancer surgery "consumption"   That is how these lying bastards get the "math" to add up.   

Neal Boortz -- on FOX news -- had to admit, even breast  cancer victims will have to pay that tax (31%, though he claims 23%).

Boortz said "Oh -- we will save her so much, it won't matter."  Then he quickly changed the subject.

So yes, these lying bastards do know they have massive taxes on cancer victims -- and much much more.

Boortz and Huck will save her so much, that a 30,000 fed tax on cancer surgery and chemo, wont matter?

Leukemia victims too -- all health care is "in the tax base".  As you will see, "in the tax base" means, by definition, they tax it.

Very cleverly -- and it's all in the fine print.  And that won't matter?

Why the hell should a cancer victim have to pay huge taxes, but a person who doesn't get cancer, pays far far less fed taxes?

Do you think the parents of a child with leukemia should be taxed 40,000 dollars because they "consumed" 180,000 dollars of health care for their child?

No -- and Fairtax doesn't believe that crap either, but  all such "consumption" is in their tax base, meaning they rely on the parents, and everyone else, and all city county and states, to pay, and pay massively.

Fairtax needed these massive "other taxes"  to make their fraudulent math work.   The sales tax, by itself, would not bring in nearly enough.  

If they ONLY taxed retail sales -- the tax rate would need to be 89%, as shown by President Bush Tax Panel...

They tell you in 1000 ways, in books, in examples, in videos, they are a very simple sales tax.  Such bullshit -- only a small part of Fairtax is that personal retail sales tax.

They tax retail sales, sure do.  But that's only a tiny part of Fairtax. 

They also have 2.1 trillion dollars of NIPA taxes -- we show you how they got that, into the fine print, and into the math.

   NIPA ??     WTF??  



To defend Huck, he may not know. 

From comments he made, he spoke to "fairtax economist".   That's like talking to Bernie Madoff, when he swindled some of the richest people in the world out of about 400 million dollars.

You have to see the fine print.

Fairtax was exposed repeatedly -- President Bush Tax Panel issued a polite report, not calling it a fraud in public, but in private, William Gale, PhD Stanford said "they lie a lot".

Indeed they do.

President Bush Tax Panel exposed it politely, in academic terms.  We expose it for the exact same reasons - only we are not polite.


A "very very simple"  retail sales tax, Boortz told us.

Oh really?

22 million in research about this "very simple" personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes?

Where is that "research" please.


There is no such research, and I offer 50K if you can show one page of it. See below of complete details of this legal offer.

Do you even know what NIPA is?






To get the 3.5 Trillion -- when a sales tax would only bring in 1.4 trillion --- they  had to be very sneaky.  So they were.

2.1 Trillion dollars of their revenue, has nothing to do with normal retail sales to human beings.





Do you even know what NIPA is?

It's a BFD  -- very BFD -- in Fairtax, which is why they never told you.

You have to get it from their "research" documents.  Hilariously, they created a few documents, called it research, and stuck their fraud, in their own "research" 



Neal Boortz, and others, visited President Bush, and pushed Fairtax bullshit to him.  They told him the same shit - 22 million in research, a very very simple retail sales tax. 

President Bush had his "Tax Panel" look over Fairtax.

The "tax panel"  did not give a shit what Boortz said, nor what the slogans were. The slogans always sound great.

The tax panel, instead, READ THE FINE PRINT.

Brilliant idea, right?  Read the fine print. 


Eat fine print for breakfast,
                         spit it out for lunch.

The Bush tax panel,  however, got ALL the fine print. All the documents, all the charts, definitions, all the "NIPA" material, everything.

And they didn't give a shit what the slogans were.

What they found was that, without these massive other impossible taxes, Fairtax rate would be 89%.   

Only -- only -- by adding all these "other taxes" -- like taxes on all city county and states, like taxing all cancer victims impossibly high taxes -- can they claim the fraudulent 23%

William Gale found the massive other taxes, as did we and others, just by reading ALL the fine print, very closely.  You also have to ignore the slogans, which give the opposite impression.

Most people just assume Fairtax slogans are the same as the fine print. Not even close.  


They told you all "consumption expenditures," and they told you without exception.  But that's only in the fine print in documents you never see -- a few words here, a few words there.

Yes, it is lying,  in our definition of lying, because they made you assume that meant all retail sales. They told you that, gave many examples of that.   Only in the fine print, very cleverly inserted, do they have these impossible other taxes.

 We call that lying, we call it a fraud, but you can call it what you want.

 DId they research this?  

For five years now, I offered 50,000 dollars for one page of that research about a very simple personal retail sales tax of 23% to replace all other fed revenue.

 How hard can it be? Just show ONE page of that 22 million in research?

Where is the "research" that shows this woman above, with 10K income, can possibly pay 32,000 dollars in fed taxes on her cancer surgery??

Where is it?

  Remember -- they "assume" all city county and states will "raise their tax rates" to pay it.  That's THEIR OWN document.  Remember that. But they never even hint that in books, videos and speeches.
Assume - weasel word for we pretend.


There is nothing in all Fairtax documents explaining how the hello a cancer victim can possibly pay 30K fed tax, when their entire income might be 10K.

Yet, all cancer victims, without exception, are taxed and more importantly, that is how their math adds up, as if all cancer victims would actually pay.  No, they won't pay. They can't pay. 

Cities COULD theoretically pay -- but they won't.  No one told them. This is only in a few clever sentences, a few words, in documents they have online, and never show anyone in a candid clear way.

Like this document -- Footnote 19. WTF?

They adopt a what?  A prepay approach? 

What the hell does that even MEAN?   They adopt a pre-pay APPROACH?

Are you kidding? No -- they were not kidding, they were using bullshit. Adopt a pre-pay approach is goofy BS, and they avoided being specific. 

Pre-pay or not,  how the hell are these  capital expenditures, "retail sales taxes".  

They are taxes on what a city pays OUT for wages and pensions. Pay OUT 1 million dollars in wages, your city would owe 310,000 dollars in Fairtax.   

Even pension expenditures are taxed like that. Yes, they tax all city county and state wage and pension expenditures.  Not just retail sales purchased by people.

Try to grasp that. 

 It's in the fine print, and that is how their math adds up.  Without these massive other taxes, Fairtax math is a joke. It's a joke anyway, a fraud, but this is how they jigger the find print and fool you.

Don't blame me -- blame them.   They did it. 

And footnote 19-- payable in advance....... they "adopt a prepayment approach"  for taxing all capital expenditures.

Not just capital expenditures,  but all operational expenditures too, all wage expenditures, all pension expenditures -- all taxed 31%.

That's what their math is based on.

WTF? Adopt a prepay approach??  Gawd these guy had to be laughing their asses off.  Really. Prepay or not, this is goofy stuff, impossible nonsense.  But they had to do it, to make their math work, on paper. 


Yes they do tax retail sales.   That's not the problem.  But retail sales, taxed 23%, would only bring in about 1.4 Trillion.

They need to bring in 3.5 Trillion.   To make that "happen" on paper, they had to tax all city county and states on all expenditures -- wages, pensions, capital investments.

Fairtax is not just on retail sales -- retail sales are  only a tiny part of it.

Fairtax fair?  Great name, great slogans.

Great big fraud.... It's  not even rational.

That's why I'd love the bastards to pass it.

They do not dare, and they do not want, to pass their own fraud.




Grover Norquest pushed Fairtax first -- then suddenly stopped.  Same thing with CATO.  They pushed it, suddenly stopped.  We don't know why.

Did they finally read the fine print?

Who is behind Fairtax now? Who paid Boortz? Who paid Beacon Hill (see below)?

Hard to tell, it might be this guy.  Someone had to pay these folks -- especially Beacon Hill. They are a public relations company, they do not work for free.

Who paid them?   We don't know!   Might be Steven Hayes.

Scientology & Fairtax


Fairtax web site shows Steven Hayes is the top in "Leadership".

A former Scientologist, it seems to us he is  more of a grifter -- raising money.   Not that folks don't often try to raise money to enrich themselves, for some dubious cause they know is nonsense. And that's fine.   It's political theater, not necessarily fraud.

Raising money on political hustles is legal, as far as we know. 

But Hayes gets the money from folks who probably believe Fairtax is a very simple personal retail sales tax,  and that he has, or someone has, all this amazing research.  No, they have NO research, none, on this very very simple personal retail sales tax of 23% to replace all other fed taxes.

They claim they will replace Medicare taxes, Social security taxes, all income taxes, etc etc etc, with this very simple retail sales tax, and they KNOW that's a fucking lie, because they put these massive other taxes -- impossible goofy absurd bullshit other taxes -- in the fine print.

It's not a personal retail sales tax, it's not even a tax code. It's political theater. 




Did you know your city would have massive tax obligation on wages, pensions, capital investments, operational expenditures?

NYC over 600 million. Well over.  Chicago, over 200 million. Dallas, over 180 million.

And no one told them.

Did you know?

HELL NO --  you didn't know.  How would you know, they never say so.   

In 15 years,  not once, not in any speech, any book, any video, do they even hint at these massive taxes on capital investment expenditures, on wage and pension expenditures.

But -- their math depends on it.  Those are the NIPA based taxes.

It's cleverly in their fine print.  Only in the fine print tricks.  Not in their books, videos or speeches.

How would that work?  And yes, wages and pension "expenditures" are taxed.  Capital investment is taxed -- in advance. Read the fine print!!!

23% or 31%   is not the issue.   How the hell are the wages paid out by all city county and states, a "retail sale"?


Do you even know what NIPA is?

NIPA   is a BFD in Fairtax.  

Nothing is bigger. Nothing.  NIPA is a set of tables Bureau of Economic Activity uses.

So Fairtax taxes not just retail sales, but whatever is in those tables.  And there arent 2 Fairtax suckers on earth, that know that.    

They told you -- yes they did. In that document, online. Never told you in the books, never told you in the videos. Never told you in the speeches.

ONLY  -- ONLY -- in the very very clever fine print.



Personal retail 23% tax would only bring in 1.4 trillion

Let me repeat that -- Personal retail 23% tax would only bring in 1.4 trillion

But Fairtax has their math rigged to LOOK like they will bring in 3.5 Trillion.     Where, oh where, do they get the "other 2.1 Trillion dollars?

By these goofy and impossible "NIPA" taxes.  They told you, if you read all their documents, and ignored the slogans.

That's right, you not only have to find the fine print tricks, you have to ignore the slogans.  Simultaneously,

The slogans are not true. You heard the slogans, but they are not true.  The fine print is true, that is what they actually tax. 

Do you think this is accidental? Think they forgot to tell you in speeches, books and videos, about 2.1 Trillion in taxes, that are impossible?

No -- they did not forget. Quite the opposite, they went through a lot of trouble and money to fool you.  

They fooled you with slogans and bullshit.



They could not allow any exceptions because that tax rate would skyrocket.   Exempt health care -- the tax rate goes to 35 or 40%.

 Exempt city and states for wage and operational expenditures -- the tax rate goes up to 50 or 60%

(Yes they tax all city county and states on wage and operational expenditures).

Just tax personal retail sales -- that's the impression they give -- the tax rate would be 80-89%

  In other words, if they did not use fine print tricks, their tax rate would be more like 80-90%

 There is no research about a simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes, because that's not what Fairtax is. 

 We show you what they call research....

We offer -- seriously -- 50,000 dollars to the first person who can show 1 page of that 22 million dollars of Fairtax research about this "very very simple" 23% personal retail sales tax that replaces all other fed taxes.

See details bottom of this site.


Can the breast cancer victim  possibly pay 30,000 dollars in fed taxes on this cancer surgery and chemo?

No -- her income is less that 20K, and she isn't even working.

Yet, Fairtax math is based on her, and all cancer victims, paying huge taxes.



The retail sales tax is not the problem. That's fine. The massive other "NIPA" based taxes are the problem.


All of these  NIPA taxes

 -- without exception. 

 They told you, right?  Can't say they didn't tell you.

Because in the fine print -- they sorta did.  A few words here, a few there, an "assumption"  and a definition.   

Is it their fault you believed the books, videos and speeches, instead of the fine print?


Just like their "calculator" trick is deliberate as hell.

Click here to see their calculator fraud

Don't believe they tax wages, paid out by all city county and states. Oh yes, but they do that so slyly. 

President Bush Tax Panel had  no problem, they eat fine print tricks for breakfast.

But the average sucker never had a chance, even if they found the fine print documents.  Because they never tell their own suckers, in once place, at one time.


Or buy used!!

One of the more vile speeches by Fairtax hustlers, is the speech about "just buy used".  You decide what your fed tax will be!

Ever hear of used chemo? 

Ever hear of used heart bypass surgery?

Ever hear of used rent?

Ever hear of used food?

Ever hear of used prescription drugs?

Thats all taxed.




And remember -- city county and states have to pay Fairtax on wage, pension, operational expenditure.

So how are city, county, and states supposed to avoid it?  Used wages?  Used pensions?  Used capital investments?  All those are taxed too, not just retail sales. 

Do Fairtax hustlers hate cancer victims?

 No, of course not. Nor do they expect to tax the woman above a dime, much less 32,000 dollars.  But they had to put bullshit like that in their hustle, to make the math "work". 

Huck is not the only one that fell for the hustle -- at one time, Fairtax had 100 sponsors in Congress. Hilariously, they never could get this out of "committee" though they ran the committees.

Ever wonder why?   They had both houses of Congress. 100 sponsors. All this research.   And could not get a vote on it, in their OWN committees, with their OWN people in charge.

Here is why -- they knew it was a fraud. 
Think St. Louis city council is going to send in 100 million dollars?  Because these hustlers put something in a footnote?


Words are important.  

Fairtax hustlers first made people THINK it was a very simple retail sales tax. You pay at the store. They gave examples like 4 dollar tax on lunch.

They told you about a 23 dollar tax on a jacket, but claimed the price will fall 22 dollars anyway (no, it won't).

But they never told you about 600 million dollar tax on NYC or a 30,000 tax an a breast cancer victim.



There is no way on green earth, Huckabee would knowingly push a goofy fraud created by Scientology hustlers.

But he did -- and is. 

Huck called Fairtax  "a magic wand" .


10 YEARS AGO....



But Fairtax claims they will replace all other fed taxes.   To replace all other fed taxes, it would take a tax rate of 80-89%.  Not 23.

A federal sales tax of 35% or so, COULD replace all income taxes -- but Fairtax claims they replace all fed taxes.  Remember that. But a 40% sales tax is stupid as hell, and no one is going to pass that.



Fairtax claims it "completely untaxes the poor". 

No, there are no exceptions whatsoever, no matter how rich or poor. Fairtax math is based on that.

Yes, there is a supposed "prebate" -- which would cost 700 billion dollars.  Everyone gets a check -- huge entitlement program, by the way.

But if you have cancer, your fed tax would easily by 40,000 dollars. Your prebate does not change -- it's still 200 a month.

So how the hell is a cancer victim supposed to pay 30 or 40K in fed taxes, with a prebate of 200?

Neal Boortz never told about "tax base"  did he?

Mike Huckabee never mentioned it.    

Operational expenditures for prisons are in the tax base.

Capital expenditures are in the tax base.

Wages paid out by city county and states, are in the tax base.  Tax base = what they tax.

Why not just exempt city county and states? 

 Because if they did, the tax rate would have to be 45-50%.  

Why not exempt health care expenditures?

Because if they did, the tax rate would go to 60-65%.

If they ONLY taxed retail sales, the tax rate would be 80-89%.
When you "exempt"  anything the tax rate has to go up.  Fairtax has 2.1 Trillion dollars of "other taxes"  that have nothing to do with personal retail sales taxes. 



The head of Fairtax hustle -- tried to get Bruce Bartlett to push Fairtax.

Former Scientologist.  Full time grifter?

Bruce Bartlett, in National Review, relied on the fine print to point out, Fairtax would actually be over 100%--because the 80-89% would be just federal sales  tax. 

The cities, county, and states have their OWN sales taxes.

So -- if Fairtax somehow passed, and they only taxed retail sales, the tax rate would be wacko high.  No -- Fairtax does not intend to pass their own fraud.  It was always political theater, not a tax code. 


Bartlett also pointed out -- Scientologist hustlers contacted him, to have him push Fairtax.  Bartlett showed, on CBS, that Fairtax was connected with Scientology.  Indeed, it is.

The head of Fairtax,  Steven Hayes, is  former Scientologist, who appears to be something of a grifter, for Fairtax.  He raises money to "promote" Fairtax.  From things he wrote, it seems Steven wants the "big donors" to himself

Are Hayes and others actually trying to pass Fairtax?

No. Not at all, apparently.  

 They love the issue, however.  They love to raise money from suckers, on the basis of being a "very simple" retail sales tax.

As you can see, Fairtax is anything but a simple retail sales tax. But it sounds good to suckers. 


OVER 100%

Bartlett showed that city county and states would also have "sales taxes"  on top of that, putting the real-world rate over 100, to a customer walking in a store to buy a jacket or couch.  

Did Fairtax hustlers KNOW this?

OF COURSE they knew. They knew this the entire time, it's the hustlers who put in the fine print tricks.

I doubt Huckabee knows any of this -- nor does he seem to care.   Huck would be an idiot to push something that, if passed, would make him leave the country in shame.

Did anyone tell Huck about these massive other taxes?  To hear Huck speak, Fairtax is almost magical, and just a very simple tax on retail sales.

Bartlett knew -- President Bush Tax Panel knew.  But Fairtax fine print tricks are so clever, you'd have to be much smarter than most people to notice, and you would have to discard the bullshit by Boortz, the Fairtax books, etc. You'd have to ONLY go by the fine print and math.

Fairtax hustlers tried to get Bartlett to push Fairtax.   Instead he exposed them.



Do you think they "researched"   these absurd other taxes? Did they "research" that all city county and states will send in massive amounts of money on their wage expenditures?

Hell no -- they didn't research it, they never even explained it, but  rather hid it, in a few clever "assumptions" and word tricks.

Quite the opposite of research.

Just these few new hires in the fire department for Mesquite AZ would require that city pay over 200,000 in taxes on their wage expenditures.

Do you think Mesquite AZ is going to send in 200,000 in taxes on the wage expenditures they paid these men? HELL NO.  First of all, Mesquite has no way of knowing.

There is literally no way for any city county or state to even KNOW this, unless they can piece together the hustle -- and no, they are not going to even do that, much less send the money in.

Whoever funded this hustle, paid Beacon Hill to put out clever papers -- they call research.  Bullshit, they can call their dog research, but it's still a dog.

Did Beacon Hill lie? Well, they were very very clever, in their fine print tricks, like their "assumptions" and definitions.

Yes they lied their damn ass off, in terms of misleading you.   But if you read every word, every footnote, every definition very very carefully, you could say they did not lie. You'd be wrong, depending on your definition of lie. 


Where is the research about these massive taxes on city county and states???

Hiding goofy absurdities in your :"research"  documents is quite the opposite of actual research.  



Thats why we have asked for one page of research about this very simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

We even offered -- and still do offer -- 50,000 dollars for one page of such research. They  have none. This is a fraud. Your own bs papers hiding the fine print tricks is not research.

The retail tax is not the problem..... the problem, the absurdity, are the massive impossible other taxes, like taxes on city county and states. 



FLAT TAX IS A FRAUD TOO... they won't even put out fine print, tricks or not.  They only have slogans. 

Flat tax is NOT flat. No -- it's not flat at all. The name is flat, they pretend they have a flat tax, but look closely, they fool you too!

Names. Flat tax  is a wonderful name, but the flat tax put out by CATO, Newt Gingrich,  and everyone else, isn't flat.

 That's just the damn NAME.  

Flat tax scam is this -- only certain types of income, will they even call "income"

They don't tax, at all, most of Mitt Romney's income.

Romney himself pointed this out -- and he was correct.  A flat tax (so called) would eliminate almost all his taxes!

That's right, just don't call certain types of income, "income"  Then tell suckers it's flat.

But they will get up there, fool the stupid time after time after time with slogans like this.

See why those lying bastards don't have fine print? At least Fairtax put out fine print -- tricky as hell, lying bastards, but they put out something you can actually see.  Stupid people didn't bother to read it closely, but smart people could if they wanted to.

Flat tax ONLY has slogans.


For a quicker way to see their fraud -- see their "calculator trick".  Same deception, just on this calculator fraud.Calculator fraud -- see how they did it


See the part about "total consumption??   Retail sales is only part of that.



Fairtax is like taxing moonbeans and baby farts in the fine print.

It does not matter what words they use -- these other taxes are impossible, and they knew it.    They can no more tax all cancer victims than they can tax moonbeams.






You will never see Fairtax do a side by side comparison of before -after Fairtax, listing all consumption.

You are about to find out why.

Because Joe  had so much consumption (mostly due to medical consumption) his Fairtax would be 57,000 or more.

But even without that surgery, Joe's fed tax would be 300% higher, under Fairtax.

But even without the medical consumption - if Joe's wife never had a health issue -- his federal tax would STILL be over 20,000 dollars, an increase of 300%


You can't be taxed over 100% of your income. But that's just the point. Fairtax is goofy. Fairtax would indeed, if enacted, depend on millions of people paying more tax they they had income, because millions of people "consume" things like expensive health care.

Do Fairtax hustlers care? No.  They don't expect this fraud to pass, it was never meant to pass.  It's a  hustle, they get people to give them money. 




 If you only taxed retail sales, that could logically and realistically be taxed, the tax rate would be closer to 89%.




Maybe you heard Neal Boortz wants an hour with President Obama to pitch the Fairtax.

Boortz has run this hustle before -- and actually met with President Bush. President Bush had his tax panel study it, and they found what we showed above -- Fairtax is a fraud. They didn't say the word fraud in public, but they did show that without these massive goofy other things "in the tax base" -- the tax rate would need to be 89%


Most absurd -- Fairtax simply gets rid of all funding for social security and medicaid.  Hilarious really.

There are no more tax revenues to fund Social Security, in Fairtax. None. Not one dime.

They just get rid --100% gone -- of all taxes paid into Social Security and Medicaid.  

Don't worry, they claim.  There will be more than enough coming in from general revenue of that "sales tax" pay for everything.

So, how do they pay for social security and medicare - medicaid?   Good question.  

They don't pay for it. 

Where is Fairtax research?

These documents from Beacon Hill are in no way research, and are not about a very simple personal retail sales tax.

Beacon Hill office claim to be an "education organization".  Well if selling you a hustle is educational, okay.

They do public relations, they support whatever they are paid to support.   We show you their very clever documents.  That's were the hustle is -- in their own documents. 

Someone put a lot of money into Fairtax -- and they paid Boortz, and Beacon Hill, plus for buses, and "education" web sites.   The "Fairtax calculator" fraud, was paid by the same  hustlers.

Boortz said someone offered him a jet like this to fly him around and push Fairtax.  We don't know who paid Boortz or owns all this.  Apparently, they also tried to hire Bruce Bartlett, who refused, and instead, exposed Fairtax fraud.


James Bennett-- officially the # 2 man in Fairtax hustle -- insists Fairtax  made these other taxes "perfectly clear".

 Where?  Where did they make it clear?  He won't say.  

 Where did they even mention it one time, in a candid way?   It's only in a few words  here and there.   Here is their definition of a person --   

 Bennet claims this definition -- right here

 Way way way down in a long list of silly definitions...  is this definition.  And enough notice to all city county and states to send in massive taxes...... Remember, this is what Bennett himself calls "the legal basis" for these massive other taxes.


That word -- "government" -- in that definition of a person, is the legal basis, according to James Bennett for all these other taxes.  Let that sink in.  That ONE WORD is the "legal basis".  

Bennett also told us Fairtax has "no plans"  to further inform city county and states about this.  "If they have questions, they can contact me"  said Bennett.   
If you don't believe me  -- contact Bennett yourself!
Bennett is either an idiot, or got sucked into the hustle.  We don't think he is an idiot.   Normal folks would know, that a definition deep down in some double talk is NOT  the same a notice to 20,000 cities, 5 thousand counties, and all 50 states, to give them actual rational notice of these nearly trillion dollars in taxes city county and states would have to pay.  But James said this was "plenty of notice"  and that Fairtax has no plans to explain it further.   Stupid? Or did James catch a ride on the Fairtax Cult bus? 



Huckabee pushed the Fairtax  for years -- and still claims it's "biblical". To be fair to Huck, he probably has no clue what's in the fine print. 

In his statement about Fairtax, he claims he read HR25 and talked to "economists", apparently those "economists"  from Beacon Hill.

The guy who Boortz said proved all this great stuff about Fairtax,  Dale Jorgenson, did no such thing, and is not for Fairtax.

Kotlikoff was well paid, according to his friend Bruce Bartlett, for pushing Fairtax.

Kotlikoff is apparently in charge of making Fairtax seem like a very sophisticated bit of "research". 

Did Kotlikoff actually lie for Fairtax?   

Maybe not, We would call it lying, as it was deliberately deceptive.   Kotlikoff never said it was only a retail sales tax that was logical, did  he? No. He wrote shit like "we assume"  and the tricky defintions of their tax base. 


Boortz cleverly created his own "critics" --  and wrote a book to refute the critics.   Hilarious.  

He of course never showed you any of what we show.   He never showed you how a cancer victim, whose entire income might be 20K a year, could, would, or should, pay 50K in taxes on their consumption of health care.



It's easy to miss.   David Kendall, who used to push Fairtax enthusiastically,  and is a PhD, had no clue either.  

Tax wages?   Tax capital expenditure?  No no no, David  said. He insisted he studied Fairtax carefully.   They just tax personal retail consumption.

So we showed him the massive other taxes.


The "prebate" is another part of the clever BS.  That will insure no one pays a dime for fed taxes on "necessities".

Without the prebate, Boortz said in one appearance on FOX news -- Fairtax would be "insane".

Actually the prebate is about 200 dollars a month, roughly, though to make it appear some sophisticated thing, they have some sliding scale of BS. The whole thing is BS, so the prebate is going to be BS too.

But the "PREBATE" is even more wack.   It would cost  almost a trillion dollars -- by itself.

That's right, the prebate would be almost  trillion dollars, if put into place now.  Where will the funds come from?  


The prebate does not go up a penny, if you have cancer, or  your child is in a car accident, or for any reason.  You get about 200 a month. 

They razzle dazzle you about the prebate, just like they razzle dazzled you about everything else  

More about the 50K offer.

We arent kidding about this offer. 

 If you can find ONE PAGE of that 22 million of research into that very very simple personal retail sales tax, you get 50K.  There is no research -- because the documents they have are hustles.  And -- not only hustles, but NOT about a simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.   By research, we mean this....


FINE PRINT on Details of offer-- 

We were not kidding. $50,000 dollars paid to the first person who can show one page of the 22 million dollars of Fairtax research proving this "very very simple" personal retail sales tax  of 23% would replace all other fed taxes in "revenue neutral" fashion.

We have offered this to Boortz, for years.  To any charity he names, or he can keep it, we don't care.

We make the same offer to you, or anyone. We don't care -- you can't collect the 50K, because there is no 22 million dollars of Fairtax research -- and certainly not about a very very simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes!

Hiding goofy fraud in your own fine print -- then call that research -- is  not research. Too complicated? 

Plus, since that supposed "research"  has massive other taxes, like the impossible taxes on city county and states, for wage and other expenditures, it can't be research about a very simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxed.

Ask your attorney.

 Here are important details . If you are going  sue to collect the 50,000, you must file suit in Tazwell County  Illinois, and are hereby obligated to pay all my attorney fees,  if  you do not collect the 50K offer.  

And my attorney fees include cost of travel, research, communication with me and with the court and with your attorney or yourself.   You must pay those to me,  or to my attorney, if you do not prevail in court

 You must also pay for all your  attorney fees, travel  any  and other costs related to the suit, regardless of outcome.

If you do not collect the 50K, if the court does not award you the 50K,  you must also stick the Fairtax Book up your ass sideways,  and sing for two hours on the court house steps "Im an idiot, Im a Boortz Cult Monkey, Im stupid enough to believe hustlers like Boortz and Huckabee".

Yes I realize this fine print is goofy, much like the fine print in Fairtax documents.  

That's why I wrote this. 

See how fine print tricks matter?

I knew that you could!