Monday, April 22, 2013


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Just a "very very simple retail sales tax," that you will see at the cash register.  

No tricks, and it's all researched -- 22 million in research.  Pay all your fed taxes, when you want to.  Don't want to pay fed taxes?  Just buy used things. 

You will see the tax on your receipt.  

Simple, right?

Caution --graphic and caustic language ahead.  But we think it's justified. 

Pass this fraud, if thats the only way to get a new tax code.   Even a fraud is better than what we have.

At least -- passing the fraud would give us a great laugh, and we could then wipe the slate clean, be smarter about lying bastards, and get a real tax code. 

Political theater by lying bastards?

Or fraud by lying bastards?

Either way, it's not a tax code, and whoever wrote this crap, knows that well.   Sounds good though.


Fairtax SOUNDS great!   Was it not a simple retail sales tax?  Did it  not have 22 million in research?

Turns out -- Fairtax is not a retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes, not even close.   They also have "NIPA" based taxes, for 2.1 trillion dollars -- that you pay.

You pay the 2.1 Trillion in "NIPA" based taxes, per Fairtax fine print, AND the retail sales tax.




They mislead -- okay lied --  in their books videos and speeches. 

By clever use of fine print tricks, that we show,  they have massive other taxes too -- much larger than the retail sales taxes.

You pay both sets of taxes -- the retail sales tax, and much much more. Not a little more - but drastically more. 

They put things "in the tax base"   or "remove them" from the tax base.   Tax base, by definition, is what they tax.   Forget the slick BS in books, videos and speeches.

It's the "tax base tricks" that hold the key to understanding the hustle.


The FINE PRINT  even hard to find.
On purpose.

But it's there.



Very clever -- certain wages.   Actually when you see how they use this in the "revenue tables"   all wages, pensions, all operational expenditures, all capital investment expenditures, are "in the tax base".

They cleverly "remove" wages paid to "educational" enterprises, but by default, leave all other "expenditures" paid out by your city, and your county, and your state, "in the tax  base."

Below is a Fairtax official document,  submitted to Ways Means Committee,  and presented on Fairtax web sites, concerning Fairtax.

As you can see, "H.R. 25 calls for a tax on all consumption of goods and services in the United States."

Sounds innocuous, right?   Uh, not so much. Watch how they then use "all consumption".  


You think  they  means a retail sales tax -- tax all retail consumption. Retail is the image they give you, over, and over and over. That is what Fairtax suckers think they are talking about.

Oh, no no no.  That's only a tiny part of it. 

Check their documents closer -- and watch them work, with word games.  300 or so words,  a few here, a few there.

Fairtax has massive, impossible "taxes revenues"  they don't even hint at in their books videos and speeches.

Yes, impossible.  Not sorta impossible,  not kinda impossible, but impossible as hell.   And they know that -- but they cleverly say "we assume"  all city and states will pay.

And they cleverly imply this "assumption"  for all poor folks to pay 20, 30, even 40 thousand  dollars in fed taxes, if and when they "consume" things like Medicare benefits.

That's right -- their math "assumes"  preposterous absurdities, but in very clever language.  That was on purpose, they packaged this crap fraud carefully.  But you can read it yourself, it's tricky, but the average college student should be able to spot it, when they have all the fine print, in front of them.


Why have these massive other taxes in there??

President Bush Tax Advisory Panel had little trouble finding the fraud -- but they eat fine print tricks for breakfast, and spit them out for lunch.

The Tax Panel showed the massive taxes on city county and states, just politely.  

The tax panel exposed the fraud -- but in polite academic terms, in public. 

 In private, William Gale PhD, Stanford, head of the Tax Panel, said "They lie a lot.


See how important "NIPA" is ?  Every line in Fairtax fine print, is based on NIPA define "consumption".  And its much much more than personal retail sales they tax. Whatever is in their tax base, is what they tax, to make the math work.,

They even tax government "investments" (capital expenditures) -- in advance!!

2.1 Trillion dollars of goofy, hidden, other taxes, on top of, in addition to, the retail sales tax. 

Yes they tax retail sales, but they tax you on so much more, impossibly more.

But they had to -- to make their math work.

Every single part of Fairtax, is "NIPA" based"
NIPA is much much larger than just retail sales.



Take just one city -- Des Moines, Iowa.  They had expenditures of  258 million dollars (258,714,618 dollars).

Rep Steve King has never, ever even hinted that DesMoines, and every city, and every county, and even the state of Iowa itself, would owe massive taxes, over and above retail sales tax payments.

What do you think DesMoines city council would say, when, out of the blue, King's Fairtax hustle passed, and they would owe over 60 million dollar in taxes.

Think Des Moines city council will say -- sure, here is 60 million, come back next year, we give you 60 million more?

Fairtax suckers are that stupid, perhaps.  But most people are not.

Keokuk -- 20 million. Fort Madison, 15 million, and so on.

Think Keokuk will fork over 20 million?  Remember, this NOT a tax paid at the register, this is paid over and above, sent in separately.

Keokuk would still owe 90 million dollars to run their city, to operate, to pay wages and pensions, to invest in capital spending.   But now, they would owe another 20.

Think about that. Think real hard.  And remember, Fairtax lying bastards knew that every time they opened their mouth, about "a very simple personal retail sales tax".

Every time.  

Every county too -- Lee County Iowa, one of the poorest counties in Iowa, would owe over 50 million.   And no one told them.

King made sure he didn't tell them.

Here is some clever, almost funny, double talk in Fairtax official documents.

So they do tell you  they tax "government consumption" -- but what does that mean?

The way Fairtax math works, and fine print, wage expenditures, pension expenditures, all operational expenditures -- your city county and state, have to pay taxes on.

Pay your police department 10 million in wages, and benefits?  Your city owes 2.3million dollar tax.

This is exactly what President Bush Tax Panel found -- and we found. You just have to read their clever double speak.

Des Moines Iowa, and every city, would owe 23% tax on their wage expenditures.  US rep Steven King, a big advocate of Fairtax King never told them that.

In fact, King, nor anyone at Fairtax, never told any city, any state, any county about any of this.



We figured out Fairtax was a fraud -- not just flawed -- when we looked for their "research."

Fairtax claimed 22 million dollars of "research" -- but can't show one page of actual research. 

You don't accidently claim 22 million dollars of research, then put out total bullshit double talk that is the opposite of research.

   Oh they have papers -- but not about a simple retail sales tax, to replace all other fed taxes.

Their "research" is actually fraudulent double talk, that gives the impression to many, it's about a simple retail sales tax.  Read their papers closely, they have the fraud in there -- we show you below.

We offer 50,000 dollars, and have for years, to anyone who can show 1 page of that 22 million in research, about this "very very simple" personal retail sale tax to replace all other fed taxes.
Go on, show it.  They claim research -- where is it?


Iowa, the state, and every city in Iowa, and every county in Iowa,  would owe 23% tax on their operational expenditures.  King never told them that, either.

Instantly -- without being told -- cities biggest expense would be Fairtax taxes on all their expenditures, in most cases. 

This is not a few thousand dollars, or even a few million dollars.  California -- 18 billion dollar tax?  On their expenditure?

Even small cities, like Keokuk Iowa, 12 to 15 million.  WTF?  Remember, this is how their math adds up. No, they don't list each city county and state for owing these taxes.

They just "put it (expenditures)  in the tax base"  and then use 23% of that tax base total, as their tax.  Slick, lying bastards.  That's how they did it. 

This is especially true if the city county or state had large capital investments.  Fairtax taxes capital spending 23% too -- in advance.

DesMoines would have to raise tax rates to pay it  -- that is a basic "assumption" in Fairtax fine print.

King never told them that.   Nor did anyone else.

Don't you think they should tell city county and states?

And this is just the start of what Fairtax does not tell it's suckers. 

 Fairtax is going nowhere, cause they never intended it to go anywhere -- they wrote this to fool you.  Why they wanted to fool you, we don't know. 


They fooled me too, till I read the fine print tricks. Others spotted the fine print tricks, and reported it too.  President Bush Tax Panel, see below, spotted it easy enough,  and politely issued a report.

Neal Boortz tried to sell President Bush his fraud -- and President Bush personally asked for a review of what Fairtax actually was.

President Bush Tax Panel read the fine print -- all of it. And studied the math.

In fact, Fairtax has 2 trillion dollars, or more, of other taxes, that you pay, over and above the retail sales tax.  You pay that in ADDITION to the retail sales tax, and separately.  

Did not Harvard researcher, Dale Jorgenson, practically in invent it?  (No)

Did they not have 80 "economists" who came up with it?  (No)

Is it not a very simple personal retail sales tax?   (No)

Is it even a tax plan?  No.  

 Taxing whatever "NIPA" defines as consumption expenditures may sound smart to stupid people,  and that's why they created the illusion of academic backing.  

There is no academic backing to this fraud, whatsoever. 

In fact, an  early supporter of Fairtax, David Kendall,  insisted no, Fairtax does NOT tax any wage, pension, or operational expenditures, that's nonsense.

So we had to show David where it was.  And we  had to show Davis the math, which depends on city county and states paying these massive taxes, and then raising their own taxes.

So Fairtax  documents are written in academic style, by their own public relations company. If you just skim the documents, if you arent smart, if you can't check the math, you will get rolled by Fairtax lying bastards.

Call it what you will, it's not a tax code.

But they tried to make it seem so, shown here.

And here..

That's all balderdash, or sneaky bullshit.

And it's sure not research.

These "hustlers" paid  a lot of money to  hire folks to put the double talk bullshit together.  



 Still --  really -- let's pass it, if that's the best we can do.

   We can laugh at the bullshit, learn our lesson, and then get a clean, clear tax code.  But Fairtax is not a tax code at all -- it's political theater.  Let's even go with this, to get rid of our current code, and make stupid people less stupid, about how lying bastards like Fairtax hustlers can make nonsense seem all "researched" and wonderful. 



Not just research, but 22 million dollars of it.

"The most extensive research in economic history"  is the kind of verbiage  Neal Boortz would tell his suckers.

So we tried to find that research. At first, we assumed it existed, we just wanted to find it. Find who did it, find the paperwork.

Couldn't find either.

We found some bullshit papers that were double talk "assumptions" and fraudulent misleading tax revenue "tax bases."   That was by Beacon Hill.

But that shit is not research. That's the opposite of research.  So, where is the research?

The "Fairtax researchers" simply do not exist, apart from Beacon Hill boys, who were paid, and use the bullshit doublespeak and lies we expose. 

 That's not research. We call it a fraud. 

But they told you it was a very very simple personal consumption tax.

 Fairtax math depends on it. 

Thats not all -- Fairtax math depends on much much more than that...

Fairtax math -- as you will see -- depends on massive "other taxes".   Yes they have a retail sales tax, but that's only a tiny part of what they tax.

Show us that research? Where is the research on cities paying massive wage pension and capital investment expenditure taxes?

They have none.

They barely mention those at all, and mention them in fraudulent misleading way. So they sure as hell don't have research.

Why claim 22 million dollars of research, when you can not show 1 page of such research, on this "very very simple" personal retail sales tax.

You may think Boortz and others showed that "research" -- you would be wrong

No, they have never shown any actual research into their "personal retail sales tax," that replaces all other federal taxes and revenue, with a 23% retail sales tax. 



Fairtax has "expenditure" taxes -- on such "expenditures" as wage, pension and capital investments.

For example, if California operates a prison system for 2 billion dollars, that state would owe a separate tax ("must remit") about 460 million to the fed government, just on that expenditure.

 "TAX BASE"  in a way to fool you.

Tax base = what they tax.   They never say "We tax this, this, and this."  Instead, they have double speak about their "tax base."

Instead they have documents about their "Tax Base" -- what they put in the tax base, is what they tax, by definition.   And to obscure that bullshit, they added the "NIPA" crap to fool you even more, if you even could find that document.

Their books, videos and speeches are fraudulent bullshit.  Those sound great, but they are the hustle.

In the fine print, there are 2.1 Trillion dollars of "other taxes" -- taxes like their tax on all wage and pension "expenditures".

Taxes on all capital investments "expended" by city county and states.   They never say it clearly, even in the fine print, but their math is based on it.

We have had Fairtax suckers scream at us -- on the phone -- for claiming Fairtax  taxes all wage pension and operation expenditures, of every city county and state. 

Yes, they do.   But Fairtax suckers don't know it, because the books, videos and speeches do not mention that, and much more.

What researchers?


Neal Boortz made it seem like Harvard economist Dale Jorgenson practically invented Fairtax, in his "Fairtax Book".   

If there is actual research into Fairtax -- where is it?   We have offered 50,000 dollars for one page of that 22 million dollars of research into this personal retail sales tax that replaces all other fed taxes, as Fairtax hustlers claim.

Where. Is. The. Research?

There is not an office, a computer, a file, not even a post it note, not even a paper clip, much less a "researcher".    

There are slogans. Fairtax boils down to slogans, and some hustlers pushing the bullshit, namely Beacon Hill.

Oh, they do have a public relations firm - Beacon Hill.  But we show you the slick bullshit in their documents, which are not research, and not about a simple retail sales tax, anyway.

Soon after his "Fairtax Book" came out, reporters found Jorgenson and asked him about Fairtax.  Jorgenson did absolutely NO research about Fairtax -- none. Nor did he support it, or anything like it. In fact, Jorgenson was for tax changes, something like Obama wanted.  

Jorgenson was interested in "embedded costs" -- but he specifically said Fairtax would not work.

Yet Boortz managed to turn Jorgenson's theory on embedded costs on its head, to make it seem as if Jorgenson researched Fairtax (nope) and that he supported Fairtax (nope).  

Furthermore, Boortz nor anyone else has shown one page of actual research -- seriously not one page.




Let's pass this fraud, even though it's a fraud, if that's the only way to get a new tax code.

We can laugh at these stupid lying bastards,  and ask the liars who paid them,  but at least we get rid of our tax code, and can then start over.

That's the funny thing about Fairtax -- they are not about to pass their own plan.   Yeah, some politicians yap about it -- but no one is trying to pass it.   They know it SOUNDS great, but is goofy as hell, and is not a tax plan anyway.

Let's pass it anyway -- it will be hilarious.

Fairtax hustlers never -- ever, ever, ever tell you candidly what they tax.

They refuse to show what any city county or state would have to pay, in "expenditure" taxes. We know the answer -- 23% tax on all expenditures, including wage, pension, operational and capital investment expenditures.   That's not in dispute.

But they refuse to show any examples. 



 While city county and states are supposed to pay these huge taxes (almost 2 trillion dollars)  theoretically they could pay, and then raise their tax rates.

But even more goofy, are the massive taxes on the poor.  Yes, there is a prebate -- about 200  a month.

But the prebate does not cover the taxes even on rent.   Yet millions of people, especially those with any illness, are personally liable, no exceptions whatsoever, for 23% tax on the "CONSUMPTION"  of goods and services.

That's right -- not the purchase of goods and services, the "consumption" is taxed, and that's the big trick they use.   The word cancer, nor even the words  health care, are in their fine print. But all consumption of health care services, are taxed.

The person "using or consuming" those services or goods, are liable. No exceptions.  

Remember, just like the city county and states "consumption tax" - Fairtax fraudulent math, is based on it.


So how the  hell did they "tax"  call cancer victims?

They "put all personal consumption expenditures"  in the tax base, without exception.  Not just sales -- but consumption of anything.

Health care is part of personal consumption. 

Neal Boortz, surprised by a question about taxes on cancer victims, admitted all cancer victims, no exceptions, are liable for the tax.

He used his usual bull shit, claiming "it won't matter"  because prices will be so low.  Total bullshit, of course, but Neal had to say something.

Just like the fraud about not candidly telling you what they tax on governments, so to, they do not candidly tell you what they tax on people.

  You have to untangle the bullshit words and math,  but CONSUMPTION in the way they use it mathmatically, means a Medicare patient would owe 40,000 dollar tax for "consuming" 200,000 dollars or so, of chemo, surgery, rehabe.

That "consumption" is in their tax base.  So no, they don't tell you they tax cancer victims, on medicare or not.   But that is in their "tax base" and their fine print.

Someone was paid -- remember that -- to tangle this bullshit. Someone was paid to push it.  Someone was paid to sell it. It did not happen by some guys making an honest mistake.

Who paid for this? 

Who paid for Beacon Hill and Neal Boortz and Mike Huckabee to lie about it? We don't know.


Essentially, Bush Tax Panel showed that, without the bogus impossible and fraudulent (our word, fraudulent) other taxes,  Fairtax rate would have to be 89% not 23%.

That's right, if Fairtax only taxed retail sales, as they pretend, their tax rate would need to be 89%, an absurdity.


We "adopt" a "prepay approach" to taxing government investment?  WTF does that even mean?

Yet no mention -- ever, not once in 15 years -- about a 23 million dollar tax, payable in advance, on a capital expenditure project, such as building a court house or sewer system.

If your city builds a new court house, for 50 million, your city has to pay the fed gov 12.5 million or so, in Fairtax.

Just to operate a police or fire department, a city like Chicago would owe over 50 million in wage, pension and operational taxes on that !

You had no clue, did you?  Hell no.  Because these lying bastards made sure you didn't have a clue.

They just "put" those " personal expenditures" in the tax base.   Retail sales is just part. See below for years 2001-2005.


Do you see GDP -- they are even doing slight of hand here (naturally)  but at least this kinda shows their tax base as a number. 

There is no single place in any Fairtax hustle where they are candid.   The point is, their math is based on you paying far more taxes than just the retail sales tax.

President Bush Tax Panel found it so absurd  they refused to pretend Fairtax was a personal retail sales tax, because it's not.   The Tax Panel did, however, show what a retail sales tax would have to be --- to replace all other fed taxes.

That tax rate -- if Fairtax were honest, instead of lying bastards -- would be 89%.  



According to their clever find print, Fairtax is based on whatever NIPA defines as consumption -- to persons, or governments. 

What the hell is NIPA?   Everything in Fairtax depends on it, yet NIPA is an organization that has NOTHING to do with taxes. 


Fairtax pulled this crap out of their rear,  put it in the fine print, in that sentence, and changed everything.   

Never mind you never saw that, and have no clue what it means, they did put it in a document somewhere.


This estimate is from sworn testimony to Ways Means Committee.    Fairtax officials refuse -- absolutely refuse -- to provide their own estimate of what any city, or any state, or any county would  pay in these taxes.

Fairtax folks do NOT dispute that city county and states owe "expenditure" taxes on wages, pensions, capital investments, operational expenditures.  That is not in dispute.

But they refuse to make it clear, so naturally they are not going to give you any example. 

They do not deny those taxes exist -- it's in their math and in their fine print.





Notice the NAME of the article -- "TAXING SALES, WHAT RATE WORKS." 

Still, even in the name, and in the overall narrative, these lying bastards are trying to make it seem like they tax sales.

Actually most of their taxes are NOT on sales at all. Certainly not on personal retail sales. 

How are pension "expenditures"  a sale?

Your city pays out pensions of 50,000 dollars year for a former mayor, for example.  Your city would have to pay that pensions, AND, "remit" a tax of 23%, or about $11,500.

Instantly, your city's cost on that one pensions goes to 61,000.

Fairtax has people so stupid, not only do they not realize this, many of these idiots believe if you pay a 23% tax, the cost of that item goes down 23%, and then the added tax  brings it back up to the original price.

God people are stupid.  But Neal Boortz told idiots this.  He is self confident, hateful, smug, and stupid people eat that shit up. They really do.

At least Boortz told people of the tax on retail sales.  He never told anyone (though he was well aware) that there are massive other taxes too.  Boortz made it seem like "research" showed that any taxes "wouldn't matter" because "prices fall that much".

No one did any such research. Boortz even had the gall to claim Dale Jorgenson proved that. Actually, Jorgenson said that was not so -- and did not research on Fairtax anyway.

So why claim Jorgenson did any research on Fairtax, and why claim specifically Jorgenson proved tax taxes "wouldn't matter".    Boortz claimed any tax imposed would be offset by lower prices.

Astonishing BS, and fraudulent as hell - -but Boortz could sell that to his suckers.   Tell a lie with enough self confidence, and enough hate, you can get fools to believe anything -- even Fairtax.

How are capital investments a sale?

How are wages paid out to all public employees, even the military (yes wages paid to the military are in the tax base)  a sale?

The title is deliberately misleading, because most of the revenue they detail, is NOT from sales. 

Yet their OWN document states they "assume" all city county and states will pay these taxes, and "raise their tax rates sufficiently" to pay them.

Look closely at their documents -- very very closely. Every footnote, every definition.  

Bush Tax Panel found all this -- like we did.

Tax Panel was polite about it, in public.   We are not so polite. 

Go on - ask your Fairtax "expert" who talked you into this crap, how much your state will have to pay in wage, and pension, and operational expenditure taxes. 



We loved loved loved Fairtax.

We still want to pass it -- even though it's a fraud by lying bastards (see, we told you blunt language)   if that's the only way to get rid of our current code.

 Boortz told you it was "all researched".  Then why not show that research?

To this day, Boortz continues his fraud on Fairtax, he has no choice.   He was paid to push this, he wrote two fraudulent books about it, he can't back down now.   

Don't get mad at me for exposing Fairtax. Get mad at the lying bastards who fooled you, and ask Boortz who paid him. I still don't know who paid him.  

 No, they have never shown any research, they have given some verbose bullshit by their own public relations company, Beacon Hill.

We show you below.



  You have to know what's in the tax base, to get their fraud.  They tax, by definition, whatever is in their "tax base"

That's what a "tax base is."  A tax base is, literally, what they tax.  Got that?  

They DO have clever documents, that you never saw, about their "tax base". 

President Bush Tax Panel ate that tax base shit up, but most Fairtax suckers, even if they found that document, would have no clue a tax base is, by definition, what they tax.

More bullshit from Fairtax official documents, via Beacon Hill. 


Your city would have to pay the tax on buying a new desk, but ALSO and much much larger taxes, on operating court  houses, paying police and fireman,  paying out pensions.

Even military spending is "in the tax base".

Yeah, military spending is in the tax base.  That's how they get their math to work.

That is how fucking devious these bastards are.  They told you it was a simple retail sales tax, but "in the tax base" they included all military spending, and much more.

They they take 23% of that tax base, as their tax.

It's total fucking bullshit, and they know it.   But they have that in their own fine print.  Audacious, lying bastards.  They did tell you, IF you looked hard enough, and read every word, very carefully.

But their overall narrative was the opposite -- that it was a very simple personal sales tax.

Fucking liars. 

Then these hustlers brag their "plan" is "Transparent".


Deduct it from cop and fireman wages?

And, no -- the cities can not take this out of the paycheck of the employee.   Fairtax bastards do cleverly say  they "assume" city and states will "take necessary measures" to raise their tax rates.

But how they will raise the tax rates, and on who, these lying bastards don't tell you.   

These massive taxes on your city count and state is a tax directly on the city, and the state, and the county government.

Go on, read any Fairtax book. See any Fairtax speech. Watch the videos. Go on, do it.

Is any of this shit there? Any of the huge taxes, do they even mention?

Hell no.

Did Huckabee or Boortz or FOX SPEWS or Hannity, or any of the Tea Party folks ever tell you about these other massive taxes.

Remember, these "other taxes" are by far the largest part of Fairtax. So, did they tell you?

No, those lying bastards never told you.



Could, theoretically, the fed government tax your city, and your county, and your state for it's wage and pension expenditures?  

Forget that it's hidden in their fine print tricks, would it be possible to tax that way?

NO. OF COURSE the fed government can not tax city county and states directly like this

And the lying bastards at Fairtax know that, they know that very well.   

WOW -- that's in their fine print.

Fairtax "assumes" state and local governments "will take necessary measures" to raise their tax rates.

Your city is a very very special "person" who must pay tax on wage and pension and capital investment "EXPENDITURES".

Your state is a "very special" person too -  certain kind of person.

Regular persons only pay taxes on retail sales.

But these "special persons"  pay taxes on all operational and capital investments, pay taxes on all wage and pension expenditures, pay that 23% tax on all buildings, all everything, except for educational salaries.

Education salaries, no, your city would not owe taxes on that.

Everything else, yes, because of how these bastards defined (and used, in the math) the word personal and certain.

Think that was accidental?? No.  It took these bastards a lot of time and effort to do this bullshit.

Now read this..

And this

Wait till you see what language in HR25  they base their 1.5 trillion dollar tax they imposed on city and states: this word -- one word -- in one definition.


BEHIND DEFINITION OF "Professional Personal Currier Service" -- 


But Fairtax might SOUND great -- like all frauds by lying bastards sound great.      They did it, by fine print tricks.

Do  you have any clue what these bastards told you in the above?

No. You don't have a clue. 



For one thing notice the footnote -- "we adopt a prepayment approach to taxing the government".

How the hell is  tax -- in advance no less -- on  government capital expenditures, a retail sales tax on persons?

Did you know -- yes or no -- that your city will have to pay 40 million dollars on operational and capital investments of 170 million?

Did you know that this is in their fine print, and very much how their math "works"?

ALL OPERATIONAL expenditures (moneys paid out) are taxed.  That means, your city, and your county, and your state, all of them, must pay 23% tax, on top of, in addition to, the cost of the services and expenditures.

Yes, yes, they have a 23% tax on retail sales. Uh huh.  But thats only a small small part of it.


"We assume city and states and counties will take all appropriate measures to increase their tax rates"

Like "we assume" all city county and states will pay massive taxes on wages, pensions and operational expenditures, and capital investments, then raise their tax rates to pay for that.

How the hello are those retail sales taxes?  

Fairtax suckers don't even suspect what the fine print says.

For example, "expend" 50 million dollars on fire and police protection, your city will owe 12.5 million in taxes. No, not deducted from the 50 million, but over and above that 50 million.

Suddenly  -- instantly - your 50 million dollar police and fire protection just cost your city 62.5 million.

Don't believe me?  

Well, according to President Bush Tax Panel and sworn testimony to Ways Means Committee, that's exactly what it means. Not sorta, not kinda, not in a way.  President Bush Tax Panel was polite about it, spoke in very academic terms.

We are not so polite about it.

And there are 2 Trillion -- yes trillion -- dollars of "other taxes" in Fairtax goofy fine print tricks and math.


Adopt a prepay approach?  WTF?

What does that even mean?   Prepay? 

It means paid in advance.  

How much paid in advance?    They don't tell you.

They tell you it's a very very simple personal retail sales tax, all researched.

Actually -- because these bastards defined "person"  in a clever way, and called these persons "certain kinds of persons"   your city not only is a person who must pay taxes on retail purchases.

Your city is a very very special "person" who must pay tax on wage and pension and capital investment "EXPENDITURES".



As you will see, Fairtax math is based on these massive other taxes -- over 2 trillion dollars of other taxes.  Only about 1.5 trillion is from that retail sales tax.

Houston Texas, for example, would owe over 190 million dollars -- 23% of it's operational expenditures, we estimate roughly, would be 190 million.

All city county and state expenditures are "in the tax base" -- as you will see, "in the tax base" means they tax it 23%.

What the hell is Houston going to do, if somehow this passed? (We wish it would pass, seriously, it would be so funny to see this).

Is Houston going to send in 190 million?  Remember, no one told them, no one even hinted it.  It's only in Fairtax hustlers BS fine print.

So you think all cities, all counties, all states are going to send in well over 1.5 Trillion dollars, cause Fairtax lying bastards put a few footnotes in their fraudulent fine print?

Think about that?  NYC will send in over 1 billion?  Chicago over 800 million?

Dallas over 200 million?   None of them have been told, remember that.  Not one word.

Fairtax hid this shit -- all 2.1 trillion dollars of "other taxes" in the fine print, but their math relies on that 2.1 trillion.

So you think all cities are just going to pay these  huge taxes, absurd as hell, and no one ever told them, asked them, or even hinted it.

Think they are going to all pay?

If so, you are an idiot, and get off this page.

If your state pays out  800 million in pension and benefits -- your state would owe almost 200 million in taxes.  So that 800 million pension and benefit costs, just went to 1 billion.

And these lying bastards never told you.

These other taxes are the biggest part of Fairtax. 




Have you heard Boortz, or anyone, explain how cancer victims - even those on medicare -- would be personally liable for 23% tax on their "consumption" of goods and services?  Not just purchases, but consumption of.

No, you never heard Boortz explain that.

But all cancer "consumption" is "in the tax base".


Boortz gives "example" of  a ten dollar tax on "office visit" in his fairtax book.  And lies, saying that won't matter, your doctor visit will be ten dollars cheaper.  Bullshit.

But Boortz doesnt tell you --140,000 fight against leukemia, is also "in the tax  base"  and the person using or consuming such care, is personally liable for the tax.  It does not matter, for their math tables, if the person is a child, if the person dies, if the person is on Medicare -- whatever.

That "consumption" is taxed.  Their math is based on that, and other, absurdities..

Yes, it's that fraudulent. Not sorta, not kinda, not in a way.  This is EXACTLY how Fairtax math adds up on paper.



Whey would Fairtax hustlers have all this BS in their fine print?

To make their math work.  At least, on paper, you can make it add up, if you "assume" absurdities, and "take this approach"  as they cleverly have in their fine print.

SO of course they never told you any of this in the books, videos, and speeches. That would be stupid -- that would expose their own fraud. 

They really had no choice but to use fine print tricks.   So they did

That's hard truth, but its truth. Get mad at them, they lied to you , I didnt. 

And who pays those taxes?   Remember, only people pay taxes, but Fairtax actually has all city county and states paying massive taxes.

You pay that too -- and they say so -- in the fine print.  

We assume all city county and states will raise their tax rates.


How much will city county and state taxes have to rise? They assumed all would rise "accordingly"  but never tell you how much.

About 1.5-2 Trillion dollars, that's how much.

Clever -- right?  Just assume it. Clever not to tell you in books, videos and speeches.

Clever not to tell you how much.


You had no idea they even had taxes on all operational expenditures (everything but educational expenditures).

But you could know that, only if you disregarded the great sounding BS, and then read very carefully every footnote, every definition, and examined their tax revenue projections,  or tax base.

But you could not possibly know what they tax, from their books, their videos, and their speeches.

That's right, it is literally impossible to know what they tax, from their own speeches, their own books, and their own videos.


I know people who have "The Fairtax Book" in their car, like a bible!

Now, find in that book, anything about massive taxes on city county and states. Go on, look.

You won't find it.



Find in that book, anything about their tax on cancer victims, even Medicare patients. Yes, they tax medicare patients on their "consumption" of goods and services.  

When they wrote "we tax all consumption, without exception"  of course you THOUGHT they were talking about purchases, didn't you?

No -- all "consumption-expenditures"  as they say in other places, and then in their deceptive math, you can see, sorta, what they were hiding.

 Their math is based the person (or city or state or even the fed gov) paying taxes on all consumption expenditures.

CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE -- are far far far more than retail sales.

Still sound transparent?

Did you see Sec 1, sub 2? Tax all consumption --- without exception.

Sounds okay, right? Oh, shit no, it's not all right.  Because the way these fuckers use that term "all consumption, as you can see in their math, means all wages "expended" is a "consumption to the city, county or states.

Did you know that?

The way they use this "all consumption" trick, as you can see in their math, means all "pension and operational expenditures"  is a "consumption" to the city county and states.

And by these sneaky bastards definition, all city county and states are "CERTIAN PERSONS"

Did you know that your city is a "Certain person" or not?  Hell no.

Did you know that your county is a "Certain person" per HR25, or not?  Hell no.

Did you know that your state is a "Certain Person"  per HR25, or not?  Hell no.

Do you think these fuckers accidently, by freak accident, listed shit this way?  Just forgot to mention this in any book, any video, any speech?

Oh yes, they told you city county and states will pay that retail sales tax.  

But because of this "CERTAIN PERSONS"  trick, your city county and states pay taxes on much much much more.  


They didn't do this this by accident. They wrote this fraudulent crap on purpose. 

If you found ALL their documents, and read them very closely, including their fine print, you would have seen it.

But you had no clue -- did you? You had no clue that most of Fairtax has nothing to do with retail sales tax. 

It's not your fault. They didn't tell you.  They told you this: 


Tax on all wage pension and capital investments?

We have been called liar more often than we can count, about this, because Fairtax suckers have no clue that they were lied to.  They were told this-- so they believe it.


HR 25

HR 25  is the basis for Fairtax, and we'd like to have a dime for every time a Fairetax sucker asked if we read it.

Actually dumb ass -- have YOU read it. Closely.   

We show you the slick bullshit in HR25, and the "supporting documents"  where Beacon Hill, the public relation company Fairtax hired put the rest of the fine print tricks.

That's where we got this stuff -- their own documents.

Such is -- how the hell are city county and states "CERTAIN PERSONS"

 Fairtax claims "certain" persons pay "certain taxes.   Did you know that?

And on purpose.

In one place they define persons. In another they define wages.  In other place, wages. In another place, consumption. In another place, they put their "assumptions."

But they tell you its a simple personal retail sales tax.

No, it's not.

All wage expenditures, taxed.  All pension expenditures, taxed.  All capital investments -- taxed in advance.  

Does that sound like personal retail sales to you?



We looked, and looked, and looked for HR 25 to tell us all city county and states are certain kinds of people.   Finally, a Fairtax spokesman, very proud of it, showed us.

This really is -- according to their own spokesman -- the "legal basis" for almost 2 trillion dollars of taxes on city county and states.  Watch it now, and remember, a Fairtax spokesmen, an attorney, told us this was the legal basis.

This definition is the "legal basis" according to James Bennett, official Fairtax spokesmen.

Get your head around that.   This one word "government" in a long rambling definition, way down in the fine print of HR25, after definitions of such things as "inventory," and after definitions of "personal courier service"  is this one word is this definition.

Remember that, this is the ONLY indication at all, in HR 25 that city county and states would have to send in massive in advance taxes on capital expenditures, etc etc.

That one word.   That's now what we said, that's what James Bennett, their own spokesmen said.

Bennett also told us this was "perfectly clear" and needed no further comment. City and states would spot this (way down in a  long list of definitions in HR25) and know exactly what it meant -- that they would have to pay massive taxes. 

Bennett also told us Fairtax has "no plans" to ever tell city county and states anything further about it.  Bennett idiotically said "they deal with fine print all the time."

Not fine print like this, you idiot. 

Do you think all cancer victims, can, will, and should pay 30,000 dollars in taxes, on their "consumption"  of goods and services?

The average tax on cancer victims, would be about 30,000 dollars, assuming 130,000 dollars of of goods and services.

And remember -- Fairtax math depends on all cancer victims paying. And all kind of other bullshit "assumptions" implicit and explicit in their find print.


To owe this tax,  it  does not matter if the cancer victim makes 10K or 100K, there are no exceptions, whatsoever in Fairtax math.  Whoever uses the good and services, without exception.

That's what their math is based on.  

Just like their math is based on collecting 30,000 dollars from every cancer victim who consumes 130K of goods and services,  so too Fairtax math is based on collecting 60 million dollars from every city who "expends" 210 million dollars on wages, pensions, operational expenditures, and capital expenditures.

So they have research on this?  Where is that fucking research?   They have none. They only hid this shit in the fine print, they didnt research it.

They hid it.  Hiding your shit is not research.

Don't get mad at me get mad at those bastards. 


Still think  Fairtax is " a very very simple personal retail sales tax", you pay at the cash register?

Every example we ever saw, gave that impression. A simple tax at the cash register. Videos, books, speeches, they all gave this same bullshit impression.


Prepay or not,  Fairtax can not tax your city county and state ANYTHING, much less a 23% tax on all  operational and capital investment expenditures.

I doubt they could even tax retail purchases that city county and states make (like a tax on cars or office supplies).  But they sure as hell can't and won't tax wage and pension and operational expenditures -- all of which, they do tax, per their fine print and math tricks.


Fairtax is transparent, and voluntary??

No, not everyone that misrepresented Fairtax lied -- some were fooled, as we were, early on.



Early on, Fairtax  hustlers told folks  they could avoid most fed taxes --- just buy used.

Buy a used car, used house, used clothes!  No tax.

It sure SOUNDED great, right?

Ever hear of used cancer surgery? 

Ever hear of state and local capital investments?

Remember, by far the biggest part of Fairtax has nothing to do with retail sales, and of course, none of those other taxes could be avoided by doing "used". 

Ever hear of used military spending?

Yes, all military spending is "in the tax base".  

How about "used" police and fire expenditures? 

How about "used" capital expenditures?

How about used court house capital expenditures?

How about used judges and prison guard's salaries?

How about used, bridge, sewer and road construction and maintenance?

Because all those things -- and much more - is taxed, per fairtax fine print. So you COULD get used roofing, used clothing, and used cars.

But for almost everything in Fairtax, there is no used application possible.   Still, the lying bastards made it seem like you could avoid all federal taxes, just by buying used. 



Why have taxes -- ( in advance, prepay, or otherwise) in Fairtax? Why tax capital investments?

Why tax all cancer victims?

Why tax all medical consumption?

Why tax all military expenditures?

Why tax so many things (by putting them "in the tax base)?


But are those taxes even possible?

No, the "other" 2.1 Trillion in taxes, hidden in Fairtax, are not possible.  They injected this crap into the fine print to make their math work -- and make you stupid.

For example, a person with leukemia, or the parents of a child with that disease, could easily owe 50K in fed taxes, even though the parents only made 15K -- it doesn't matter one iota what a person makes.

They are taxed on their "consumptionexpenditures" without exception.

That is how Fairtax math adds up.

Don't get mad at me -- get mad at the lying bastards who fooled you.


I fell for Fairtax -- you do NOT have to be a dumb ass to fall for this hustle.  It sounds great.

What Fairtax shows, and hope you think is sophisticated research -- is fraudulent BS. 

 By fraudulent we mean deliberately deceptive,  not research in any sense.  Intended to fool you.  

 Show 1 page of that 22 million dollars of actual research, per this definition, of their "very simple" personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes

   We will give you 50,000 dollars.  

As far as we know, Fairtax has not a single page, not a post it note, not a paper clip, of research per this definition. And they sure as hell don't have 22 million dollars of research, about this very very simple personal retail sales tax, to replace all other fed taxes. 

Neal Boortz has volunteered for charities, by answering phones to take pledges.   We offer Neal or anyone else 50,000  -- to any charity, or they can keep the the 50K --  just show us one page of that research as described.

Go on - get 50K for charity, and this is a legal offer.   Recently an offer like this was upheld in courts, and rightly so.   This is a legal offer, to anyone, you can keep the money, you can give it to charity. 

Just show 1 page of that 22 million dollars of research about their very very simple personal retail sales tax, to replace all other fed taxes.

Boortz has run from this for 5 years, he is a punk ass lying coward, so good as pushing hate and fear, but wow, what a coward when he is challenged. 

He -- nor anyone else -- has to prove Fairtax would work. Just show the research they claim to have, 22 million dollars of research, on this very simple personal retail sales tax. Where is it?  You claim to have it.
Fine, show it. Show one page.  What are  you afraid of?

Look closely at their documents -- very very closely. Every footnote, every definition.  

President Bush Tax Advisory Panel had little trouble finding the fraud -- but they eat fine print tricks for breakfast, and spit them out for lunch.

The tax panel exposed the fraud -- but in polite academic terms, in public.  In private, William Gale said "They lie a lot."


Massive tax increases -- in the fine print

Massive absurd "assumptions" -- in the fine print.

Massive "other taxes" -- in the damn fine print.


Why not tell you about their massive other taxes, massive assumptions, in any book, any video, or any speech?

 Massive taxes on every cancer victim, every heart patient -- no matter how old, how sick, how poor.

And their math depends on it.
Remember that -- their math depends on it.

Fairtax has over 100 billion in tax revenue, on health care. No, they don't delineate where these taxes come from, instead, they just add up all "consumption" and figure 23%.

You have no clue how tricky that is, but of course, they did, that's why they used that audacious trick.





So -- why the hell not tell people about that, in any clear way, ever? Not once,  not ever?

Never -- ever -- told a city.

Never -- ever -- told a state. 

Never -- ever -- told a county.

In fact, Fairtax  hustlers were quit emphatic in their books, videos and speeches.  A "very simple" personal retail sales tax".

Not one time, even now 15 years later, have they ever told anyone in any candid way, what they tax.


President Bush Tax Panel showed over 10 years ago, Fairtax is actually an 89% retail sales tax -- UNLESS they have these massive other taxes in the fine print.

Thats why they  have these other taxes they "Forgot" to mention in 15 years.   

Those 2 trillion dollars of other taxes. 




Sworn testimony to Ways Means Committee showed the fraud too -- and used that word, fraud.   

Nothing in that testimony was refuted. In fact, Fairtax folks simply avoided explaining it, or said "so what"?

 That testimony, available on Ways Means Committee web site, shows what we show here -- the massive other taxes, the impossible other taxes, that these lying bastards put in their tricky documents.

Yes, they are lying bastards, in that they deliberately fooled the public.  Of course,  not ever Fairtax supporter was in on the fraud.   Most Fairtax supporters are just too stupid or gullible, and don't read the fine print.  Or if they read some of it, don't know what slick double speak it is.

Amazingly, these lying bastards try to pretend their documents-- their fraudulent misleading documents -- are their "research". 

That's right,  they have no actual research.   But they do have their own bullshit fraud, on paper. They cleverly pretend their fraud is their research.  Their misleading and clever bullshit research? 

No, it's just the opposite.  




Even that would not be so bad, if these "other taxes"  were possible.  

What makes Fairtax a fraud by lying bastards, is NOT just that they have other taxes hidden in the fine print -- they are lying bastards because they know damn well these massive "other taxes" are impossible bullshit.

Impossible -- as we show.  For example, their math depends on every cancer victim, even those on Medicare, to actually pay 30,000 dollars in federal taxes, extra, just because they "consumed" 130K worth of surgery and chemo.

Do you really think a Medicare patient can, will or should pay 30K extra in fed taxes?  Why the hell should a cancer victim pay 30 or 40 more in federal taxes, than his economic twin, who does not get cancer?

But Fairtax never told their suckers about this -- and by the way, even if Medicare or insurance pays the bill, the "person using or consuming" the good or service is liable.

No exceptions whatsoever.

Yes, the have a "prebate" -- but thats  2400 a year.  It would not begin to pay for the taxes in Fairtax, just on RENT.   And of course, not pay for taxes on cancer or anything else.

 If you think cancer victims can will and should pay this -- you are a dumb shit, and get off my page now. 


Fairtax hustlers are not stupid -- they are clever, they hide shit, they have "assumptions"  we will show you. 

Fairtax hustlers did all they could, by the way, to make sure you suckers (I was one too) to believe Fairtax was a very simple retail sales tax, backed up by research. 

Even their "economist"  like David Kendall, had no idea what they taxed. David (see below) only knew what Fairtax told him, in the books, in the videos and in the hustle.

We had to show David the fine print. 

We had to show David the math, that went with the fine print.

 When your own "economist" has no clue at all what you actually tax, that shows you what lying pricks can do with double talk.


Why -why on earth did these lying bastards make this all up?  We don't know.

 Who paid them, and why? Someone paid Boortz, someone paid Hannity and Huckabee.

Someone paid for these web sites.  Someone paid for the fraudulent online calculators we show you.

Who the fuck paid for all that? We don't know.

Boortz is such a liar, he won't tell us who paid him.  But he was paid to write those books and otherwise push this fraud.Yes,  he was. 

Why try to fool so many stupid people? Why on earth push something soooo fucking stupid and false, it can't pass? 

We don't know, for sure. But we guess -- these are lying bastards who want to KEEP our tax code, but get Tea Party idiots to think their is some simple way to have a tax. There is no easy way to tax.

Let's pass Fairtax, though, even though it really is a fraud by lying bastards.  That would wake Tea Party idiots up, and then we could get a new tax code, after a nice long laugh at Fairtax. 


In fact, they never tell you about the massive taxes on city county and states, at all.

President Bush Tax Advisory Panel Chairman, William Gale, PhD Stanford, had no trouble spotting the bullshit nonsense in Fairtax.
He just had to read all the fine print, not just their distorted deceptions in their books, videos, and speeches 



David Kendall  insisted he read all the fine print -- but he had no clue whatsoever what Fairtax actually taxed for most of its revenue.

No clue.  

Did we mention -- no clue. At all. Zero clue.


Yet these massive other taxes, like tax on all city county and state wage, pension and operational expenditures, are the largest part of what they tax.

He had  -- no clue.

  Kendall was not stupid -- he just never dreamed these hustlers would lie so big, so detailed, in their books, videos and speeches.

Kendall thought the "tax base" was retail consumption.  Yes he did.

Is Kendall stupid?   Well yes, but not that stupid.   Kendall of course, insisted, like every idiot so far we spoke to, that they "read every word" of Fairtax documents.

Strange, then, these Fairtax suckers are stunned as hell when we show them that wages "expended" by all cities, are taxed.  And capital investments "expended" by counties are taxed.

And stunned even more, when they learn all Medicare patients, no matter how poor, would be personally liable for 40,000 in fed taxes, on the "consumption"  of 170K in goods and services.

That's right - Fairtax math is literally based on folks who "consume" Medicare goods and services, paying huge taxes. 

But then Kendall was too stupid to read their tax base language, their assumptions, and study the tax revenue projections, implicit in the Fairtax tax base documents.

In other words, Kendall was fooled, too.

No, David didn't get mad at his cult daddy who lied to him. David got mad at us for telling him about it. And never bothered to chastise or correct or rebuke the bastards who lied to him.

Did they not have men of God spokesmen? 

Surely it was a very very simple personal retail sales tax.  They said so. 

Did they not have 80 economist who designed it? Surely they could let us talk to these "economist" who "designed" this plan, right?

(Actually as you will see, the people they listed as "economists"  did not have any role whatsoever in "designing Fairtax, and of all their "economist" that we contacted, only one had any clue what they actually taxed -- and he worked for  them, he was paid by Fiartax)

Who would lie about that???

Who would claim to they had a very simple retail sales tax, designed by 80 economist, backed by 22 million dollars of research, but none of that, not one claim, is remotely true.

Well, Fairtax lying bastards, that's who. 

I dont mean Fairtax is SORTA researched -- no, it's not, the lying bastards have none.


None.   I have offered 50,000 dollars, for years now, for one page of  this 22 million dollars of research -- see details.   They run from this offer, because they have no such research

And they did it all by clever double speak and fine print tricks.  We show you many of those clever tricks, a few words here, a few there.

Read the damn thing yourself.    It's their own fine print.

Check this out --  their double talk bullshit  below rambles on about, "implementation of Fairtax would change the prices consumers and government pay for goods and services".

No kidding, as their fine print in other places cleverly mention, they "assume" all city county and states will "raise their tax rates accordingly"  and in another "take necessary measures to raise their tax rates. 

They "define" things a "little differently" --  and Fairtax suckers have no idea how profound this bullshit fraud is, based on this clever and fraudulent nonsense......Did you read that footnote?


Fairtax "projected revenue" comes from pretending all these hidden taxes will be paid.

They know better, of course, they aren't stupid, they are liars.

Importantly -- Fairtax needs these 300  words, a few here and there, to add over 2 trillion dollars of "projected revenue received" to make their math work.

This is their own document -- this is the title page

Don't let the confusing double speak confuse you -- when they speak of "tax base," that means, what they tax.   

If you don't understand their "tax base" -- and you don't -- they will fool you.  Because they are lying bastards, and that is their goal, to fool you.

We show you how they did it.

If they weren't such lying pricks, they would have said "Here is what we tax at 23%".

But if they told you what they tax, you would say "You idiots, that's bullshit".

So they didn't tell you. They lied. L I E D.

But they lied, using fine print tricks -- by telling you one thing in the books videos and speeches, but then, cleverly, adding massive other and impossible taxes in the fine print.


Notice all the bullshit here - the seemingly educated equations? 

 Boil that down, and they are telling you, in Orwellian double speak, that they have massive and impossible other taxes that you pay, on top of, in addition to, and separately from, any retail sales tax.

Yes you pay the retail sales tax.

But you pay much much more.   They don't tell you about those other taxes.

The retail sales tax is just a SMALL PART of what you pay.   That's how these lying bastards lied to you. 

In these "figures"  are the massive tax revenue projects -- to get over 1 trillion dollars, for example, from taxes on city and counties and states.   Your city would be taxed 23% on the "expenditure" of wages, pensions and capital investments, one "tiny" example. 

Fairtax is either a wonderful tax plan by thoughtful people, or a fraud by lying bastards. It is not a plan that needs to be "adjusted".

It is a fraud by lying bastards, that needs to be exposed.

Fairtax is not going anywhere, they have no intention to pass their own fraud. It's total bullshit and they know it.

And we offer 50,000 dollars (a legal offer) for one page of that 22 million in research. See details, below. 


And we do need a new tax code. In fact, if passing this fraud is the only way to get a completely new tax code -- fine. Pass the fraud.

We can have a great laugh, and learn a lesson, and then pass a rational tax code.  We really need to get rid of this fraud bullshit we have now.   

Fairtax suckers are very good at repeating slogans, but  are dumb as hell about what Fairtax actually taxes, for most of its revenue.  



"When the slogans are opposite of the fine print tricks -- you have a fraud. That's what Fairtax is, the slogans are opposite of the fine print."



Throw out our tax code completely, even if we have to pass this fraud by lying bastards.   Maybe we then wont be so stupid, being hustled by fine print tricks.  

Fairtax basic claim is that it's a retail sales tax, paid at "point of consumption". 



If you only know what Fairtax hustlers, like, or Boortz, or Huckabee, or FOX SPEWS tell you, it is impossible, not just difficult, to have a clue what they actually tax.

Yes Boortz lied, so did Huck, so did FOX SPEWS.   Maybe Huck and FOX SPEWS folks didn't know they were lying,  but they sure sold this bullshit with a lot of self confident bluster.

But Boortz -- that lying bastard -- yes, he knew, and you can tell by how he parsed words in some of his "Neal Nuze" comments, but that's another story.

They made sure they told you something entirely different in books, videos, and speeches. To learn what they actually tax, you have to read all the fine print, in all their official documents, and then piece that shit together, especially their fraudulent math.

 For example, Boortz was well aware all city county and states would pay taxes on all expenditures.  But that lying bastard made it seem like that was for "retail purchase"  and overall sold this as  a "very very simple" personal retail tax.

Do you think they "forgot" to mention the 16 billion dollar tax on State of California for their operational and capital investment expenditures?

Try to grasp this -- these lying bastards told you hundreds of examples of taxes on lunch, on a toaster, even on a "doctors" visit.   Even there, they lied and said it would not matter.  But they sure as hell never told you suckers about the huge impossible bullshit taxes, in the fine print, which makes their math "seem" to work.

Fairtax bullshit was exposed immediately -- politely -- by President Bush Tax Advisory Panel. And National Review.

It was not that hard, just read the fine print. Closely.

The Bush Tax Panel was too polite and academic, when they exposed the fraud.

We expose Fairtax fraud too -- but we do it bluntly, not politely at all.


See this below? It's ONE part of their "TAX BASE".   Tax base is what they tax.

If Fairtax were a "simple retail sale tax"   -- retail sales would the the "tax base".  

But retail sales are only a TINY PART of what they tax. You pay taxes on much much more.

And your city pays. Massively.

Why?  Because these goofy lying bastards use "consumption"  to mean all military spending (really) paid OUT. 

That's right -- all Medicare and Medicaid spending, even military spending -- is a "consumption expenditure"  according to their own documents.

 All state and local government operational spending paid OUT is consumption, the way they use it.  Why?  Because it's a "consumption expenditure".

Absurd as  hell, and these lying bastards of course knew it -- they fucking wrote it that way. 

And if you look at their "tax base"  documents closely, as President Bush Tax Panel did, you would have seen it.  Too.

So in a way, the lying bastards DID tell you, in documents you never saw, in deliberately deceptive ways.    But in their books, videos and speeches, the lying bastards told you something quite different.

Dont get mad at me -- I was fooled too.  Get made at those lying bastards who lied to you.

Im fascinated that Fairtax suckers are almost always so stupid or brainwashed,  even if they realize they were fooled,  they do not get angry at the liars who fooled them.

Most of them get mad at me!

Interesting how that works. 

All Medicare "consumption" expenditures are taxed.

Go on, guess, really, please, guess, who is supposed to pay the tax on all medicare "consumption".

Who is supposed to pay the tax on a "Medicare" patient's "consumption" of 150,000 dollars in cancer surgery, chemo, rehab?

Go on -- if you are Fairtax sucker, guess who Fairtax pays that 30-40K in taxes on that consumption?   

Fairtax math is based on the "person using or consuming" the goods or services.  The patient. That's right. These fuckers have Medicare patients paying 20, 30, 40 thousands dollars in fed taxes, on consumption of Medicare goods and services.

Why - -why the F would they have that thes massive taxes on city county and states, and on all Medicare, Medicaid patients?

To make their fraudulent math work.

No, these lying bastards do NOT expect these taxes to be paid. They are not stupid.  These lying bastards are very smart.  They didn't make a mistake in their math -- they lied about shit first, in clever "assumptions" and then arranged their math accordingly.


To make their math work -- on paper -- they had to be dishonest.   If they only taxed retail sales, the tax rate would be more like 89%.

And they knew that.  But give them credit -- in their tax tables, and in some words, very cleverly deceptive, they did tell you, sorta kinda. 

They told you in their  math tables, IF you knew how to read those. What they "added up" for their math to work, was all the government expenditures -- wages, pensions, capital investment. Even military spending -- yes, military spending -- is taxed.

And these lying bastards COUNT as revenue taxes they would receive from even the federal government on military spending.

In the "tax base"  means they tax it 23%.   Try to understand that.

In fact, the  Fairtaxes on city, county and states (for wages, pensions, all operational expenditures, etc), and other impossible taxes,  is actually the biggest part of Fairtax.

The retail sales tax is the smaller part.



They didn't tell you that, did they?

They made you think it was a simple retail sales tax, didn't they?

Bet you never had a fairtax spokesmen, book, or video tell you this -- their own "assumption" that all city county and state taxes would go up.  Way up.

IN the tax base, for example, are all "wage pension and operational expenditures"   of all city county and states.

They don't tell suckers candidly what they tax, in fact, the lying bastards give exactly the opposite impression in books videos and speeches.

But -- IN THE FINE PRINT, by "putting it in the tax base"     they are taxing it.   They base their math on this "tax base".   

Tax base by definition = what they tax.   Try to grasp how fucking sneaky these lying bastards are. 

When Chicago pays OUT 200 million for operational and capital expenditures --  Chicago would owe 46 million as a "tax"  over and above the 200 million they paid out for those things.

Every city county and state, like wise. 

Simple retail sales tax? That's what Fairtax said it was.

 Oh really?   Check this out, from their own documents.

Or check this out:

 a 100 -200 billion dollar tax, in advance, on capital investments.  How the fuck is that a personal retail sales tax?

Go on, tell us. How the fuck is a 200 billion dollar tax on "capital investments"  at " personal retail sales tax"?

Yeah I said fuck. Get over it. 

Well, turns out, the way the lying fucks at Fairtax define shit, and the way they use their "tax base" -- all capital investments and operational expenditures ARE personal retail sales.

Yes-- that's how fucked up, how big a liars, these guys are.  They do their bullshit in the "definitions" and "tax base"  sections.  

And notice -- its in a footnote. A god damn footnote.  They hid this fucking "tax" in a footnote. They "adopt" a prepay approach.

What the fuck does that mean -- adopt a pre pay approach.

Really, what the fuck? Adopt a prepay APPROACH.

And who even knew these fuckers had a massive tax on capital investments, wage expenditures, unemployment benefits -- yes, they tax unemployment benefit "expenditures". The person getting those things do not pay it, the city county and state do.

Did you know that, yes or no?   

 You are  not dealing with honest people, you are dealing with lying bastards in Fairtax. Still, they do tell you, give them that, someplace, somewhere, a footnote, a definition -- spread out in different documents, a little here, a little there.

Sure they did it this way to fool you. Read this  official Fairtax document. Go on, read the damn thing.

Very slick --  they tax whatever NIPA (WTF IS THAT?)  considers as "consumption expenditures"

By the way, NIPA is not even a tax concept -- Fairtax  hustlers pull this bullshit out of their ass to razzle dazzle you, so  even if you found this fine print, you would be clueless what it actually means.

By using NIPA as the basis of the fraudulent "math"   they have made a mockery of logic and truth -- and of course, that's their intention, to fool you.

Oh  yes, they DO tax retail sales. Yes sir. But that's only a small part of what fairtax taxes you, a tiny part.

Fairtax taxes you on much much more than retail sales. 

Fairtax suckers ( I was one) actually believe this kind of crap graphics above because they believe the slogans.

They are so stupid, and I mean that sincerely, they have no clue that the slogans don't fucking  matter.

In the fine print, they mention "NIPA" -- do you even know what the hell that is?  That's the basis for two trillion dollars of "other taxes" in fairtax than have nothing at all to do with retail sales.

Of course the slogans sound great.  Lying bastards always use great sounding slogans.

We show you the fine print, if you want to learn how you were fooled by lying bastards, this is the place for you.


They won't say.  They claim they have "80 top economist" at Fairtax, but we have not found one.

Name names.  The list they gave, we checked, and of the 80, we could only find one that even knew what was in the fine print.  And that guy (see below) was paid by Fairtax public relations firm.

So -- who "designed" this. Give a name. An email. Let us talk to him - her - them.

We have some questions.


Fairtax SOUNDS great -- we get that. 
The slogans are wonderful!   

Simple. Transparent. No tricks.  Just a "very very simple retail sales tax."

All researched!!!  The "most extensively research economic plan in history."  

The only problem, Neal Boortz said with a straight face, will be "where to put all the money" coming in.  The economic boom would make USA "the economic powerhouse of the world again."

Great huh?

Well the slogans are great!  Excuse our french - but the slogans are carefully constructed bullshit.




Fairtax does have a sales tax in it -- like your car has a muffler in it.

But the sales tax in a small part of it -- these lying bastards have over 2 trillion dollars of "other taxes"  they don't tell suckers about.

And that's not all -- the problem with these "other taxes"?   They are goofy impossible bullshit, included to make their fraudulent math work, on paper.

Most of Fairtax taxes are NOT retail sales taxes, not even personal taxes. They also have over 2 trillion dollars of other taxes they don't tell suckers about, in books, videos or speeches.






Fairtax is a fraud (we show you, below), but let's pass it, if that's the only way to get rid of our tax code.

Fairtax is not even a tax code, as you will see. It's political theater by lying bastards. 

Still pass it anyway, if we must. Then maybe even stupid people will learn the details are in the fine print.

No, they have shown no research.  They talk about their research, but the only documents they have is not research at all, quite the opposite.





From an official Fairtax document.

Do you even know what the hell that means?

It means they tax all kinds of impossible shit, in their fine print.

See, Fairtax is not even a tax code, so it would be hilarious if it passed.  Still, let's do that, if it's the only thing possible.   A "teachable moment" -- and we could laugh at the idiots who bought into it, for 100 years.

We offer 50,000 dollars to anyone who can prove fairtax is actually a tax code, not a hustle by lying bastards. 

That's a real offer. 

To get that 50,000 dollars-- prove Fairtax is a  very simple 23% personal consumption tax to replace all other fed taxes, including Medicare and Social Security taxes, and that there is 22 million dollars of research to support that.

A little "detail" in the fine print.

All wages, pensions, operational expenditures, paid out by all city county and states are taxed 23%




The "research" is what fooled us. 22 million dollars of it, right? We looked. And looked. For years. 

Not one page. 

Show it. Go on, show that research.

We will give 50K to the first person who shows 1 page of that 22 million in research (see details below)

Shouldn't be hard - if you have research, about this very simple personal retail sales tax of 25%, show it.

They should have fine print somewhere that says they only tax personal retail consumption.  And research to prove it would work, to be revenue neutral. 

But no such research exists.

We know none exists, because in Fairtax fine print, they have massive other taxes, assumptions, and fraudulent misleading bullshit.

That's not research.  They did not research their own fraud, they sold it.  They created slogans, and paid guys like Boortz, to push it.

Bush Tax Panel spotted the bullshit, of course.  But they were smart enough to get all the "documents" and read all the fine print.

They didn't give a shit what the fraudulent books, and videos said. They went to the fine print and documents.

Putting out a bunch of misleading bullshit, by your public relations firm, is  not research. Try to grasp that.

Sworn testimony to Ways and Means Committee already exposed Fairtax fraud, detailing the goofy massive "other taxes"  Fairtax lying bastards did not tell anyone about in their books, videos and speeches. 

More about that "research" below -- remember, show one page of that 22 million in research proving Fairtax is a very simple personal retail sales tax,  you get 50,000 dollars.

In sworn testimony to Ways and Means Committee DID estimate the tax increases -- over 1 trillion dollars, at state and local level .

That's right, over a trillion dollars in tax increases, in Fairtax own documents, just cleverly stated.

Cleverly stated = fine print tricks by lying bastards.

Sect 1 -- sounds reasonable, right? Till you realize the lying bastards have gamed the word "consumption" .

So where is the research on that?  Fairtax has never told city and states about this, and have "no intention" to tell them, said James Bennett, Fairtax sucker and spokesman.   Bennett idiotically said city and states read "fine print all the time" and can find this out themselves, just read the fine print. 

But if they can show that 22 million of research, as described, they can donate the 50K to a favorite charity. 

Why not show the research anyway?

Why  not show it, so you can give the 50K to charity?

Really, what the hell is their problem?

We will tell you their problem. These lying bastards have no research -- what they have is double talk by their own clever public relations company, which is quite the opposite of research.

Fairtax "forgets" to mention how they make their math add up -- you have to find that in the fine print, like we did.

You won't find it in the books, videos or speeches.

They should show the research, and probably would, if they had any.

Fairtax is a fraud by lying bastards, and there is no research, much less 22 million dollars of research about this "very simple" personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes. 

Where is that research?   See below, why Fairtax has no research whatsoever, because your own lies and double talk put out by your own public relations firm, is NOT research.


 It's political theater, and the lying bastards who made it up, have no intention to pass it, because they know it's a great sounding fraud.

Yeah, the slogans sound GREAT. No kidding. 

Slogans by lying bastards always sound great -- did you notice that?  

The fraud is in their fine print --  a few hundred words, sprinkled here and there. We show you.

Still, let's DO pass this fraud, it would be  hilarious. We could laugh at the fools that fell for it, and learn from their stupidity.

And pass Fairtax to  get rid of the complicated bullshit written by lobbyist and liars.   We can then laugh at Fairtax idiots, and get a new tax code, from the ground up.  

In other words, passing Fairtax is better than keeping what we have, if for no other reason, than gullible people will learn, the devil is in the details, and that lying bastards can fool you, anytime you fail to check the fine print.

Fairtax and flat tax are both frauds, but Fairtax is special -- it actually has fine print.  Flat tax has slogans only, so stupid people have no way to check it.

Fairtax did develop fine print -- we show you.


 Here is what Fairtax tells suckers it is -- a very simple personal retail sales tax.


Notice anything in any fairtax book, any fairtax speech, any fairtax video, about these massive other taxes?  

Hell no, you never noticed. These hustlers did all they could to convince you it was a simple retail consumption tax.

But most of Fairtax taxes, are impossible taxes -- taxes on city county and states, for their "expenditures" of capital investments, for example.

Did you know -- yes or no -- that all "capital expenditures" by all city county and states, is taxed?

Did you know -- yes or no -- that all "operational expenditures" such as for police pay and pensions, for sewer and street operations, almost any "expenditure" at all, is taxed?

So why not tell city county and states about it?

James Bennett, attorney and official Fairtax spokesmen, 
said there "Is no need" to tell city county and states about these 1 trillion dollars of taxes they would have to pay, on wage, pension, and operational expenditures

Your city, for example, adds a new library addition for 20 million.  Can you tell me how much tax your city would owe, on that "expenditure"?

Hell no, you can't tell me. Cause you don't know what's in the fine print.

But I can tell you -- you city would owe 4.6 million dollars in taxes on that library addition.

In advance. You heard right -- in advance.  Oh, you didn't know about that advance tax on capital expenditures? Do tell -- okay, here it is. In footnote 19.   Just on of the doozies in the fine print, by these hustlers. 

And it's not just "capital expenditures" they tax, that's just the start of these massive other taxes, they don't tell you suckers about. You have to read their fine print very very carefully, because your cult daddy lied to your dumb ass.

Yes, your cult daddy lied to you. Really.

You will "see the tax on your cash register receipt" they said.

There is no cash register receipt at all, for most Fairtax taxes, did you know that?

Because Fairtax taxes are mostly taxes on things that have nothing to do with retail sales. 

Yet they tell suckers it's a very simple retail sales tax, and all the examples give you that fraudulent impression.

City county and states COULD theoretically raise their tax rates (by 20-30%), one of the "assumptions" in Fairtax fine print. 

But  how will cancer victims pay 30,000 dollars extra in fed tax, just because they fought cancer?

Any clue?  Even the poor, even those on Medicare, are personally liable for 30,000 fed tax (yes they are) in Fairtax fine print.  All consumption of health care is taxed, no exceptions whatsoever.  Fairtax math is based on that -- remember, Fairtax math is based on that.

No, city county and states are not about to pay these 1 trillion dollars in taxes on their operational expenditures. Yes, Fairtax math is based on all city county and states paying over 1 trillion dollars in goofy taxes on things like capital expenditures.

But they are not going to pay -- you can't make them.  No one told them. It's only in the fine print in a fraudulent, misleading, way.  They are not going to pay 1 penny, much less 1 trillion.

Are Fairtax lying bastards, the ones that wrote this shit, going to Texas and force the State of Texas to pay 15 billion dollar in taxes these lying bastards hid in the fine print?

No. The Fairtax lying bastards are not going to do shit, because they have no intention to even pass their own fraud.  They know it's a goofy fraud. 




Don't email us any bullshit about we "didn't show you anything". We show you their fine print. 

Get a new cult daddy. 


Boortz was paid to write this book and push Fairtax.
Yes, he was.  He also said he was offered more money to fly around in some damn jet pushing Fairtax. And he accepted speaking fees for pushing the fraud, almost certainly.

Which is all fine -- Boortz got paid, great. But where in any book, did he make it clear that well over 1/2 of fairtax has nothing to do with personal retail sales taxes, like taxes on wage and pension expenditures, taxes on capital investments, etc?

IN fact, Boortz did his best to mislead his cult, by making it SOUND like "a very very simple" personal retail sales tax. In fact, those are his exact words, and he knew, every time he said it, that he was lying his ass off. He knew Fairtax had massive other taxes.

He just didn't want you to know.

Fairtax spokesmen James Bennett admits Fairtax taxes city county and states on all operational expenditures, and much more, but claims the few sneaky words in their documents is plenty of notice.   Fairtax has "no plan" said Bennett to explain these massive other taxes, even though Fairtax tells suckers their plan is a "very very simple" retail sales tax.

This sentence, in their own on line document, not ever mentioned in books, videos and speeches, is "plenty of notice"  said Bennett. 

Ever hear of a used police and fire protection?  That's all taxed -- you pay the tax. Yes, you do.

Your city has to pay the tax, then Fairtax cleverly "assumes" your city will raise tax rates.

They said so -- if you can find those documents, that the lying bastards have cleverly written to confuse you.   They do not say so in their books videos and speeches.   There, they tell you outright lies. 

Yes, it's perfectly legal for them to tell you out right lies, and mix in double speak.   

If you sent these lying bastards any money, however, based on these lies, you could get it back.  Sue them on that basis, and they probably will give you your money back so fast, your attorney will smile.

But at least, in the fine print, however clever, however deceptive, however misleading, it's there.  We show it to you.

Ever hear of used cancer surgery?  They want stupid people not to know about the cancer tax, but it's quite large -- 30,000+ dollar fed tax, if your cancer surgery and chemo is over 130K.

Ever hear of used food?

Ever hear of used rent?  All renters would owe 500 dollars a month tax, on about 1600 dollars in rent.

So if you rented, and had cancer or any health issue, even on Medicare, your fed taxes could easily exceed your income.

Yes, it could.  Millions of people would owe more in taxes, than they made in income, it all depends on what you consume, and what your city county and state "consume or expend". 

For example, a parent who "consumes" 200,000 dollars of care for their preemie child, via Medicare, is liable for 46,000 of federal taxes, no exception.

What are those parents supposed to do?  Find used health care?

All consumption is taxed -- not just retail sales.

And these sneaky lying bastards even stretch "consumption" to mean a tax on all wages, pensions and capital investments, all operational expenditures, by all city county and states.

Fairtax samples are like this too -- they give you samples of a 4 dollar tax on a lunch. 


But they DID tell you -- did they not -- they tax all consumption?  And they did say, in another document, some bullshit definition of a person.

Is it their fault you were too stupid to check all this very very closely?  

And why on earth would Fairtax math depend on that kind of "expenditure" in their tax base?

Fairtax puts all these other things "in their tax base".   No, they never tell suckers they tax it, they just "put it in the tax base".

Tax base = what they tax.

That's right, Fairtax is NOT a "purchase" tax. They tell you thousand of times it's a sales tax, but the sales are just a small part of what these lying bastards tax, in the fine print.

In that  fine print, and math, the lying bastards use "consumption" of all health care, not purchase of it. Remember that.

Your state "consumes" 2 billion in court and prison costs, for example.  Your state would have to "remit" 460 million dollars.

How the fuck is that a retail personal sales tax?

It's not -- and the lying bastards know it's not a retail sales tax. But they keep right on telling stupid people it's a very simple personal retail sales tax.

Fucking lying pieces of shit.

That's in the fine print, and very much how the lying bastards made the math "work". 

All police and fire protection expenditures, like all city county and state expenditures, are taxed 23%.  The fine print in their own documents say they "assume" city will raise their tax rates to pay it.

And how will cancer victims pay it?

Yes,  all leukemia victims, without exception, would owe 30,000 dollars in "fairtax taxes"  if they "consumed" goods and services for fighting the disease (any disease) and that "consumption" was worth 125,000 dollars.

Did you know that? Hell no.

Did you know that the parents of a child with any cancer, any health issue at all, are personally liable, without exception, for 40,000 in fed taxes, if their child "consumes or uses"  health care goods and services over 160,000 dollars?

Fairtax math is based on all these goofy taxes getting paid.   

And the parents owe that immediately -- no exceptions. 

Yes, it's in the fine print, tricky as hell, but it's there.  More, these taxes are in the math. 

Fairtax math is based on  the public paying 2 trillion dollars of "other tax" on top of, in addition to, the retail sales tax. 

Should the parent of a child with leukemia, for example, pay ten times the fed tax her economic twin pays, who has exact same life situation and expenditures, other than the sick child?



Can a parent of a child with leukemia pay 40,000 dollars in fed taxes on the "consumption" of surgery and chemo and rehab?

Yet all medical consumption is "in the tax base".

That means, by definition, someone pays that 40,000 in taxes.  Do you get that, or not.

In fact fine print, very cleverly, they emphatically state all "consumption" is taxed without exception.

They also state the "person using or consuming" any good or services pays, without exception.

Remember, this is how they determine their math.  Sort of "pretending"  all city county and states pay huge amounts of money.  And "pretending" even the military pays this tax on their "expenditures".

The parent of a child with leukemia would "consume" 170,000 dollars of medical care.   According to Fairtax math, that parent, even on Medicare, would pay that 40,000 dollars.
Do you see what fucking lying bastards they are?

It's in their assumptions, stated and otherwise.

This is not in dispute, by the way.  No Fairtax expert denies these massive taxes are there.  They hoped you wouldn't see them.

On paper, the parent would owe 40,000 dollars in fed tax.  And on paper, per Fairtax assumptions, they would pay it.

See what lying pieces of shit these guys are?

The tax base by definition is what they tax, and of course they know this.

You don't, and you probably could  not find their tax base documents with a road map.   We show you here, however. 

Idiotically, Fairtax math is even based on Medicare patients, paying this personal federal tax on their "consumption".   No exceptions.

Remember -- the Fairtax math is based on very cleverly stated and unstated "assumptions" like this - that all cancer victims can and will pay this.


How do we now all cancer and health care (and all city county and state expenditures, including wages and pensions) are taxes?

Fairtax says so -- read it closely. And their math is based on it.  Yes, their math is based on it.

We repeat that, because it's vital to understand what lying pieces of shit these guys are -- their math is based on it.

But that is small potatoes -- these huge taxes on Medicare patients is nothing, in size, compared to the their clever tax on city county and states, on their wage, pension and capital investment expenditures.

All expenditures -- except education expenditures, are taxed 23%.  Your city and county and state have to "remit" a 23% tax on any and all wages, pensions and operational expenditures.

New  York City would over over 800 million dollars year, in these goofy hidden and impossible taxes.

Think NYC, and every city, your city, is just going to send in millions of dollars that these lying bastards put in some footnote?

Remember, the lying bastards said it was a very very simple personal retail sales tax.

How the fuck would those cities even know about these huge other taxes?  None of these lying bastards told them, quite the opposite, they pretended and gave the impression it was a "very very simple" personal sales tax.


Why does Fairtax  have these huge other taxes in their fine print tricks?  To make their math add up on paper. To fool you.

These lying bastards went through a lot of trouble to fool you.

We don't know who paid them -- or why.  But we know their "Fairtax plan" is a fraud by lying bastards.


And most -- over 60% -- of Fairtax taxes would never show up on any cash register receipt.

What are the other taxes -- the ones they don't show you in books, videos, and speeches?

We show you those "other taxes"  below. They are in fine print -- when read very carefully--  in documents they don't even tell you about in books, videos and speeches.

It's NOT a retail sales tax. It's not transparent, it's quite the opposite of transparent. 
  There is no research. None. Not one page. Not one dollars worth of "research".  See below. 

 Most of all, the lying bastards make it almost impossible for you to know what they hell they actually tax. unless you can untangle their boooshit doublespeak.


Why not believe the slogans?
Who would lie about that?
 We believed it. 

Who pays all these taxes -- hidden and otherwise -- in Fairtax.

You would, if this fraud passed, but they are not trying to pass it.

The "person using or consuming" any good or service is liable.  That is how their math is set up. Remember that -- that is how their fraudulent bullshit math is set up.

Boortz's second book supposedly  "answered the critics"

Bull shit, he made up "criticisms" that were stupid. Then just doubled down on his bullshit. He "corrected" criticisms he made up.

Pretty clever.  He would never deal with my criticisms, because he can't., I dont criticize, I exposed the fraud.  



You didn't need a tax panel to spot the fraud -- just read all the fine print yourself.  It's not that hard.

But Fairtax suckers  believe slogans --and the slogans do sound wonderful.

But what happens when those making the slogans up, are lying bastards? 

That's what happened with Fairtax. Lying bastards made up great slogans, and hired hustlers to sell it, to people too stupid to read the fine print.



We contacted some folks that Fairtax claimed were their "economists".    Maybe they could explain these massive other taxes. 

 The way Fairtax web sites made it seem, they had 80 economist who supported Fairtax.  Who were their "economists" ?

So did those "experts" Fairtax tried to claim were their "economist" even know about these massive other taxes?


The "experts" Fairtax cited as "their economists" had never even read the fine print, were not in any sense "Fairtax economists." 

That's right, the folks they told suckers were "our economist" didnt even  know what the hell was in the fine print.   

Only one person we contacted, out of that 80, supported Fairtax, and knew what was in it. Only one- - the others either did not support it, or had no idea what was in it.

You heard right.  Their own supposed "economist" didnt support it, when they learned the fine print....

Some economist thought was fine -- but when we asked what Fairtax taxed, they did not know.  

They thought it was a retail sales tax.

Yet Fairtax web sites had the audacity and deception to call those people "our economists".  That's the kind of crap these bastards pulled.

By the way, the one guy who supported Fairtax, Kotlikoff,  was paid. He was a director or other big whig in Beacon Hill.  Beacon Hill got paid to push Fairtax fraud.  



David Kendall is typical of the "expert" Fairtax supporter.  

And he was one of the few that said yes, he supported it.

So we asked David if he knew what Fairtax actually taxed.He assured us, of course he did, he was a PhD!

Uh -- okay, what did it tax, we asked. He said they taxed retail consumption.

 Did he know that all "consumption"  of Medicare and Medicaid benefits are taxed 23%?

He had no clue. 

Did he know that all city county and states are taxes, collectively, for over 1 trillion dollars, as taxes on the operational expenditures, wages, pensions, capital investments?

He had no clue.

In fact, David insisted they did NOT tax such things, why would we say it did tax those?

So we sent David the language showing where, in Fairtax documents, they have these massive other taxes.   Remember, he said he read it all, and knew it well.

Turns out, he didn't know shit.  He knew the slogans.  The fine print, if he read it, was too slick for him.

Is Kendall stupid? 

No - Kendall isn't stupid.  But he is human, and therefore he got mad at us, because that's what humans do when corrected.   He was proud of his support for Fairtax, and when he found out he was fooled by bullshit, he had to get mad at someone.

Too bad Kendall was so petty and egotistical, but hey, it happens. 

Who paid for the jets, the buses, the dozens of web sites? Who paid for Boortz and Huckabee (both were paid to speak for Fairtax)?

Who paid Beacon Hill?  We don't know.  Find out who paid them, and we can tell you why they did it. 

Ryan Lovelace -- dumb ass?    What the hell is "fair" about a 40,000 tax on cancer surgery and chemo.  Forget fair, it's not even possible.

Go on, you stupid shit, tell us, what is fair -- or even rational -- about a 40K tax on a cancer victim, on Medicare or not?

Is Ryan Lovelace a dumb ass?

No. Ryan is not a dumb ass, but  he is a cult follower, who accepts the bullshit  his cult daddies tell him.

Ryan is too stupid to know of the massive taxes on his city, his county and his state, on wages, pensions, capital investments.

That's why we'd love to pass Fairtax, seriously. I would LOVE to pass Fairtax, so cult members like Lovelace and the other Tea Party dumb asses, are not so stupid.  So they learn their cult daddies do lie to them.

Fairtax supporters arent all dumb asses, beause Fairtax lying bastards were very good at bullshit.

Kotlikoff was the ONLY "expert" we contacted who knew what was in the fine print.  

Kotlikoff knew the fine print tricks, because he wrote them.  He  put the hustle together for a price -- he was paid "very well" said Bruce Bartlett.    Kotlikoff bullshit double talk is exposed here. 


Boortz made it SEEM like Harvard researcher Dale Jorgenson proved all kinds of wonderful things about Fairtax.

Now, why would he do that?  

Seriously, why?  Boortz lied about this for years, then came up with a slick double speak "correction" or as he called it, in Orwellian terms "a more clear explanation". 

Not one word Boortz told his suckers about Fairtax was true -- every basic fact, from what it taxed, to the research, was a fabrication of BS.

. In fact, Jorgenson does not support Fairtax or anything like it,  to replace the tax code, because as Boortz knows, a retail sales tax only would be about 100% -- not 23%.  

When you know something is bullshit, yet push it in dishonest terms for money, that's a fraud in our opinion.  We'd like to get further clarification from Boortz, but he refuses to meet in public and debate this.  There is no debate, by the way, the fine print has massive huge other taxes, that the lying bastards never told you about in books, videos and speeches. 



 We have offered 50,000 dollars for years now, if anyone could show one page of that 22 million dollars of research about this "very simple" personal retail sales tax of 23% to replace all other fed taxes.

Where is it -- where is one page of it? Why not show it?

There is no such research, not 22 million, not 22 thousand, not 22 cents. There is no office somewhere, some computer, some desk, not even a post it note, in "research" about this very simple personal retail sales tax.

That's right -- these lying bastards made up this whole thing about research. Oh they have "papers" from their public relations guys.  That's not research, in fact, it's part of their fraud, and quite the opposite of research.



Don't you think they should tell you the basics of what's in the fine print, in their slogans?

Don't you think they should tell you, for example, that most of Fairtax revenue has nothing to do with personal retail sales?

HR 25 is part of the fine print -- read it very carefully. VERY carefully.

Like their definition of a person.  Very cleverly, they claim "certain" persons pay tax on "certain wages".

And wages are defined very cleverly too.

Turns out, your city is a special "person" who has to pay taxes on capital investments, in advance.

And other BS.   But that's all very very cleverly stated.

You also have to see their public relations "explanations" of their BS.   Beacon Hill came up with dozens of "documents"  giving the " details" of Fairtax.  

In books, videos and speeches, the hustlers made it seem one way.  But look very very closely at the fine print tricks, and the math.

We show you that, too.

Massive impossible other taxes -- like taxes on all cancer victims, even a Medicare patient, with cancer, would owe 40,000 dollars extra in fed taxes, because she "consumed" goods and services to save her life.

And more --  -- like all cities would owe 23% tax on their capital investments, in advance, and 23% tax on wage, pensions, and operational expenditures.

So if St. Louis city has 100 million in sewer upgrades, they would FIRST have to pay the federal government 23%, as a tax.

How the hell is that a retail sales tax?

And why don't they tell anyone about it -- why hide that BS in the fine print tricks?

Pass Fairtax fraud, goofy as it is, hilarious as it is, if that's the only way to get rid of our current mess. 

 But sadly, Fairtax is going nowhere.  It was designed to go nowhere.

Simple retail sales tax?

Like your car is a simple bumper.

Yes, Fiartax has a retail sales tax, like your car has a bumper.   

But  only a small part of Fairtax is that retail sales tax.   See what else they tax -- it's goofy bullshit hidden in their fine print.

This is from their official document -- do you see retail sales in there?   Well it's there, but cleverly.

See all other other things they tax?  They never say "we tax this" cause they are clever hustlers, so instead,  they "put these items in the tax base".

Tax base = what they tax

A few words -- hardly notice them, right? All personal and governmental "consumption expenditures".

That just means retail sales tax, right?

Uh -- no.  

Without ever saying they tax anything -- they include in the "tax base"  all wage pension and operational expenditures.

Whatever "NIPA" defines as "consumption expenditures"  they tax.  

That's how their math adds up.  As President Bush Tax Panel showed, without these fine print tricks, the fairtax rate would be 89%.

Fairtax can't tell you an 89% sales tax -- but they can sell you slogans that SOUND like a 23% tax, if they just put an bunch of BS in the fine print.

If Dallas Texas has 100 million dollars in fire, police and public safety "expenditures"   Dallas city council has to "remit"  23 million.

Dallas city council, of course, has no flipping idea about this -- no city does. No state. No county.

But that's how their math adds up.  The lying bastards did tell you, if you were smart enough to find and decode their bullshit --it's in there, in a fraudulent way.

That's in Fairtax math, in the revenue projections they term "tax base".

Putting in the tax base is how lying bastards tax something on paper -- for their math -- but don't want you to figure that out.


Consider these "identities" these hustlers tell stupid people. This is from their own official document, too.

If Fairtax just taxed personal retail consumption, they would say that. Instead, this amazing bullshit is slick double talk for,  "On paper, we tax all kind of shit that's impossible for us to actually tax, to make our math work."

No one really knows what the hell these bastards are saying -- the point is, the double talk is bullshit.    They have 2 trillion dollars of OTHER taxes in the fine print.

And they never tell you that, cause they are lying bastards. 

Fairtax slogans are great. Of course -- do you think they'd use slogans that revealed their BS?


Yeah the slogans sound great --  don't give us the slogans, you idiots. Slogans don't mean shit.   Yes, their slogans are wonderful -- so what.  The lying bastards made up the slogans.

Fairtax suckers honestly don't have a clue that slogans don't matter.  What's in the fine print matters.

For example, if you "consume" health care services (even if those services are paid by insurance or Medicare) you still owe the 23% tax.  No exceptions whatsoever.

Did you know that -- or not.

Fairtax math is based on it.    

You could -- in some situations -- owe more in fed taxes than you had in income.

In fact, millions of people would.  

Fairtax taxes all health care consumption -- without exception. Matters not a whit who pays that, by the way, the "person using or consuming" any good is personally liable.

Fairtax "Tax Base"  has all medical "consumption" in it. Tax base is what they tax.  No, they do not say specifically they tax all medical consumption, nor do they say specifically they tax all wage and pension expenditures.

Those "items" are "in the tax base".

That's how these lying bastards operate -- by cleverly telling you, in a way you are almost sure to take the wrong way.  Yet, perhaps in their mind, they did not lie, because they did put that in their official documents.

Is it their fault you believed Boortz, Huckabee, etc?  Look in their "tax base" documents.  Look in their math -- it's there.

There may be someone who "is better off" under Fairtax, but that would have to be someone making a lot of money, who did not spend any.   Even then, their state and local taxes would likely double -- see below.

The point isnt who is better off, the point is, why the F does Fairtax have these massive other taxes -- like taxes on all cancer surgery, all wage and pension expenditures, all capital investments??

Why?   Because that is the ONLY way their math adds up on paper.  For some reason, it was important to Fairtax hustlers to have their fraudulent math add up, as if lying your ass off to make it add up, isn't a fraud anyway.   But that's how they play the game -- they made their math add up by putting in bullshit that they knew was bullshit. 

This fact was established by testimony to Ways Means Committee, in 2010.  

Notice -- you never, ever see a Fairtax book, video, or document, that shows you a side by side view of what your Fed tax would be, before and after Fairtax.

Did you ever notice that?


When the slogans are quite the opposite of the fine print  you have a fraud.  See for yourself -- we show you.

For 15 years, Fairtax  hustlers like Boortz and Huckabee  sold us Fairtax as very very simple " personal retail sales tax."  

This amazing simple retail sales tax would replace all other fed taxes.  And it was backed up by 22 million dollars of "extensive research"

Oh, really? 

Only cleverly in their fine print are their  "assumptions"

Only cleverly in their fine print are their massive impossible "other taxes" - NIPA based taxes.  

What the fuck  are these goofy "assumptions" doing in their fine pint?

And why the fuck didn't they make these massive assumptions clear -- or even mention them -- in books, videos or speeches?

Because these are lying bastards, that's why.  These lying bastards made up this bullshit to fool you. There can be no other possible reason, to spew such bullshit in books, videos and speeches, but then in the fine print, put something entirely else, in a deceptive way. 


They tax whatever "NIPA" defines as consumption expenditures.   Wait till you see what that little word trick hides. This is in their official documents, put out by their public relations firm, Beacon Hill. 


Did you even know they taxed all capital expenditures, paid out by all city county and states? Hell no. Hell no, you could not possibly tell, cause they never told you.

Except in double talk bullshit, in their fine print.

Even then, even if you read the fine print closely, you could miss it, unless you checked their math carefully, too. 

But Fairtax math is based on collecting 23% tax on all that type of consumption -- as defined by NIPA, on "consumption expenditures."

Here is what they tax, in the fine print. Sound like retail sales to you?

Go on, its from their own document, about what they tax. 

Their OWN official documents show these massive other taxes, if you read every word, every footnote, and every assumption  



Yes they have all these other taxes -- like 14 billion dollar tax on State of Texas, on their wages, pensions, and capital investments.

Think there may be a tad bit of a problem if Fairtax passed, and they tried to tell Texas state legislature, it owes 14 billion?

Remember, that's ONLY in the fine print, they never told Texas.

Not just Texas, but every county in Texas.  Think Dallas County is just going to send in 140 million dollars as their wage, pension, capital investment and operational expenditure tax?

See -- Fairtax has these massive taxes in the fine print. They can call it Fairtax, and do, cause that sounds better than "operational expenditure taxes"  and "pension expenditure taxes."

Chicago would owe over 130 million, New York, over 800 million, and Los Angeles over 900 million.   

Did you know that? Hell no -- they only put that in a few slick words, in the fine print. 

But their math is based on it. Remember that -- and remember the lying bastards told you it was a simple retail sales tax, all researched.

Those lying pieces of shit -- in our opinion.  What else would you call them, when they sold this as a simple retail sales tax, all researched?

The only problem would be -- where to put all the money that would flow in.   Social Security -- solved. Medicare-- solved.  National debt -- solved.    50% more take home pay, on average.  Prices fall.  US exports grow 47%,  Illegal aliens and drug deals finally pay taxes. 

It all sounded so damn great. 




Moonbeam and Babyfarts ?

Only one problem -- well, two. First, Fairtax had no research, as we show. In fact, we offer 50,000 dollars, and have for years, for ONE page of that "research". This is a real, binding offer, see below for details.   

Second -- Fairtax fine print tricks.   In their own documents (we show you)  Fairtax has goofy, impossible bullshit nonsense.  They might as well pretend to tax Moonbeams and baby farts for over 2 trillion dollars.

Yes they do have a retail sales tax - but that's only a small part of Fairtax.  Most of Fairtax revenue, cleverly hidden in about 300 words, a few words here, a few words there, is impossible bullshit.  Like 23%tax  on all wage, pension and operational expenditures,  (and much more) that your city county and state would have to send in.

Oh, that Fairtax "assumes" your city county and state will send these massive taxes in (over 1 trillion) and then "raise their tax rates sufficiently" to pay for them.

Oh you missed that fine print? Do tell, do tell.

We show it to you.


Don't tell suckers about the 2 Trillion dollars of "other taxes".


If you think Fairtax is rational -- think again.  Yeah, the slogans sound great, we get that. Those slogans fooled us.

But so far, we have not found ONE fairtax supporter who knows what's actually in the fine print, except for one guy, who was paid by Fairtax to write the official documents by Beacon Hill.  
But pass the fraud




Did you read Fairtax book? Ever hear Boortz speak of that "research"?



 We found their Beacon Hill documents -- Beacon Hill is their public relations company.

That's not research, at all.  It's not even about a 23% retail sales tax, because it has 2 trillion dollars of other taxes, cleverly and fraudulently (misleading on purpose)  in the fine print.

Hiding goofy stuff in your own public relations documents is NOT research. Quite the opposite.,

So -- where is that research.  There is not 22 million of research, not 22 thousand. 

Not 22 cents worth.

And we offer 50,000 dollars, seriously, a legally binding OFFER (check with your attorney about offers).  Just show one page of that 22 million in research about this very very simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes, including social security and medicare taxes, with a 23% retail sales tax.


One page -- how hard can that be?   Show 1 page and get 50K.  Donate it to charity, we don't care.  Where is that  research?

There is  none. 

For example, Fairtax has massive taxes on all Medicare patients, a 23% tax on their "consumption" of goods and services.   It's in the fine print -- and it's how their math works.

So where is the "research" about cancer victims paying 40,000 in fed taxes extra, just because they fought cancer?

So they did tell you -- they did put that way way down in some official documents, online.

They never told you in a clear way, of course, lying bastards don't tell people clearly.  In this case, they hid it in a few bullshit documents by Beacon Hill, their public relations firm, who was clearly paid to fool the stupid.   Still, technically, did Beacon Hill lie -- read every word very  very closely.  They did cover their bases with "assumptions" and double talk definitions.

New York City would owe almost 1 billion dollars, as a tax on wage, pension and operational expenditures.

No one told, or even hinted that, to NYC.

Dallas Texas would owe over 100 million, Chicago, over 160 million.  No, not on retail sales, but on wage, pension and capital investments, and all operational expenditures.

All operational expenditures -- including expenditures for police and fire protection, library services, sewer and infrastructure expenditures, are taxed.

Did you know that?

Fairtax has 2 TRILLION dollars of taxes, on things that have nothing -- nothing -- to do with retail sales.

And cleverly, they tell you, they "assume" city and states will "raise their tax rates" to pay it.

No, not just taxes on retail purchases by city and states. 

All cities would have to send in a 23% tax on all operational expenditures, all pension expenditures, all capital investments, all everything (other than education expenditures) is taxed.

Yes, cities and states would pay tax on their "retail purchases" too, but thats a tiny fraction of what they will have to send it.

Pay police salaries of 10 million dollars, those cities would have to "remit" -- send in, 2.3 million dollars tax.

No -- they don't get to deduct that from pay, that is a tax over and above the wage. So 10 million in wages would cost 12.3 million.

Same thing for pensions.   "Expend" 10 million in pensions or benefits, and that city has to pay in 2.3 million in tax.  So the pensions cost them 12.3 million.

Oh you didn't know that?

Read the fine print.  It's there, cleverly.  Their math is based on this shit.  Sorry for the blunt language, Fairtax was exposed politely, Fairtax suckers didn't have a clue.

Wait till you see their "assumption" of all city county and states raising taxes, to pay for it.

At least city and states could, theoretically, increase their tax rates by 30-50%, which Fairtax cleverly assumes.

But how the hell with the cancer victim on Medicare pay 30,000 dollars extra in fed tax? Fairtax suckers have no fucking clue that millions of cancer victims (all of them) would be personally liable for massive fed taxes, just cause they had cancer.

Yeah, that's right, see their "assumptions".

Fairtax implicit and expressed "assumptions" are goofy as hell, and if you don't know these assumptions, you will be fooled by their bullshit. 

It's as simple as that.


Never, not once, not in 15 years, has Huckabee or Boortz or any Fairtax hustler even mentioned these huge taxes, and tax increases. 

Nor did they ever, even once, tell you what they actually tax.  They told you retail sales, retail consumption -- yes, but thats only a small fraction of what it in their "tax base".  

Tax base = what they tax. 


Did Huckabee tell you that? Ever? Huge tax increases -- an "assumption" in Fairtax own fine print.

They admit, deep in their fine print, that they assume these tax increases at city county and state levels.   Doubt most Fairtax suckers could even find the fine print.

No, of course Huckabee never told you, and of course he isn't going to tell you HOW MUCH of a tax increase at city county and state levels.

But we will -- massive, 1.5 trillion dollars or so, tax increases at state and local levels.   That's the  most reliable estimate.

Guess what, Fairtax cleverly admits they "assume"  all state and local taxes will rise-- in documents you never see -- but of course those lying bastards are not going to let you know any specifics, or even any examples, or even any estimates.

They hope you think it's a simple retail sales tax, like they paid to have Boortz tell you.



But sworn testimony to Ways Means Committee did estimate the tax increases at city county and state levels -- Fairtax simply refused to offer any such estimate, yet it's their own "assumption."

They assume these huge tax increases at all levels -- yes, go read their fine print.

Where is the research on those tax increases. All city taxes increase -- - their assumption.

All state taxes increase -- their own assumption.

All county taxes increase -- their own assumption.

Why not make it clear -- how MUCH of a tax increase.   They refuse, absolutely refuse.

One Fairtax "spokesman" said they can't calculate the tax increases on every city county and state, it would take too long!

But they never told any city, and county, and any state.

National Review exposed it's absurdity, showing correctly, that for millions of people, Fairtax would be impossibly a 100% or more tax, relative to their income.  

The fine print in Fairtax (see below) would have millions of people paying over 100% tax rates..

Because CONSUMPTION  is taxed.  If you were on Medicare, doesnt matter, what you consume is taxed.  If your insurance paid it, doesnt matter, you are liable personally, without exception.

Why this bullshit? To make their math add up. 

Fairtax has the best slogans -- fair, simple, transparent.  A simple retail sales tax. All researched.  No loopholes.

 Huckabee even claimed  he got Fairtax from the bible, saying something about "proportional taxes".

What's proportional about all their hidden taxes?

What's proportional  about a 40K tax on a heart patient or cancer victim?  

Yes or no, can a Medicare patient pay 40K tax on her "consumption" of  surgery, chemo, rehab?

Of course not. But those massive taxes on city county and states in their fine print - very cleverly written to fool you.  It's not in their books, videos or speeches.

More, it's very much how Fairtax math is based,

Fairtax math is based on these taxes -- absurd as they are. Without these "revenues" Fairtax rate would be 89%.

As you will see, President Bush Tax Panel showed exactly this -- without the bullshit, without taxing cancer victims, without taxing city county and states on wage and pensions, the tax rate would be 89%.   

And your cult daddies know that. Boortz knows that, Huckabee knows that, FOX SPEWS knows that.  CATO institute knows that, all those hustlers who sold Fairtax knew that, or should have. 

That's right -- Fairtax could and would tax millions of people more money than they made.   Seems goofy as hell?

Well, National Review was correct.

You could also read the fine print yourself -- word for word ---but seriously, most Fairtax suckers like the slogans so much, they don't even suspect the fine print is something else entirely.

The polite way of exposing Fairtax did not get through to gullible people,  mostly because Fairtax has such great sounding slogans to cover their fraud.

We however, are blunt. Crude even.  e very rude, crude, and impolite about it.  If you can't handle that, stop reading now.



Fairtax sounded too good to be true, but all that research -- 22 million dollars of research!   

No was Fairtax could be a silly fraud.  Maybe it wasn't perfect, or promised too much, but no way you get all t hose researchers to lie, right?

Fairtax lying bastards have no research. 

And no researchers.   What they have is a public relations firm, and some paid hustlers, like Boortz and Huckabee. 

There is no an office somewhere, a file cabinet, a copy machine,  there is not even post it notes, and paper clips.

We don't mean their research is  flawed, or mistaken.  We don't mean it's badly done.. We mean the bastards literally have no research. And the bastards know they have no research. 

Of course  not every Fairtax supporter is a lying piece of shit, in on the fraud. Some are just stupid, some just were fooled by claims of research, as we were fooled.

50,000 offer.

In fact we offer 50,000 dollars, and have for years, to anyone, even you, who can show one page of that 22 million dollars of research, about this "very very simple" personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

How hard can that be?  They have research?   They have 22 million dollars of research, about this very simple personal retail sales tax, as described above?


Well -- show it. Show one page.   We have offered this for years -- -ask your attorney if this is a legal offer, it is. Why can't they show the research?


I bet you never noticed that no Fairtax "expert" ever showed you a before and after spread sheet of your tax bill, in Fairtax.

Not one time.  Do you think that's odd?

In 15 years, not once, not ever, has any Fairtax expert allowed you to see such a spread sheet, a side by side honest comparison of your taxes, before and after Fairtax.

Joe's Fed taxes went from 7.500 before Fairtax, to over 57,000 after FAIRTAX

His income -- 55,000.   How the hell does Joe owe 57,000 in taxes dollars under Fairtax? 


Yes, the tax rate is 23% on their consumption -- but not just on retail sales.  That's just the small part.

What if they have, say, cancer surgery and chemo?

What if they want to buy a  new house, a new car?  

Fairtax could take a normal family's tax burden, from 7,000 dollars to almost 60,00 dollars tax.

Yes, most families do not have cancer surgery or get a new roof, or buy a new car, every year.

But every year, millions of people DO "consume" cancer surgery goods and services, DO get roof repaired, TO go on vacation, etc.

Yes -- and Fairtax would put millions of people in that position, that they owe more in taxes, than they made in income.  This would be especially true of those folks on Medicare with limited income.

But if your child had an illness, your wife, your husband, even if your insurance, or Medicare, paid the bill, according to Fairtax fine print and math, you are liable for 23% tax on the CONSUMPTION.

And there is much much more these lying bastards hid.  They do tell you -- kinda -- in a sneaky ass way, we show you that fine print bullshit. 

Don't get mad at us, when you find out how these lying bastards fooled you. Get mad at them -- and better yet, dont be fooled by these great sounding bullshitters like Huckabee, FOXS SPEWS, CATO, Heritage, Grover Norquest.  These lying bastards pushed Fairtax -- and even after they found out it was a fraud, they didn't bother to tell you.





President Bush Tax Panel exposed this bullshit fraud -- in polite terms -- years ago. But Fairtax suckers, no offense intended, are too stupid to even know what the Tax Panel said in blunt terms.

They said much the same thing we say, only we tell you in a way you can understand. Maybe.  Unless you are a Fairtax cult monkey, in which case you are an idiot and will just keep believing your Fairtax cult daddy lying bastard. 

All wage expenditures, all pension expenditures, all capital investment expenditures paid out  by every city county and state -- are taxed.

In other words, every "expenditure" -- not just purchase" is taxed.   And that is goofy as hell. 

Yes they tax retail sales, but thats only a tiny part of it.

Take the capital investment expenditure -- that is taxed in ADVANCE.   Thats just one of many things you never hear. You will have to find them in the fine print tricks. 


So how the hell would you know?  Get it from a duck?  Because Fairtax hustlers sure as hell don't tell you. 

The advance tax on capital expenditures --ONLY in a footnote, by the way. ONLY in a footnote in their official documents.  Did we mention only in a footnote.

Only in a footnote -- in an official Fairtax document. 

Ever hear anything about this in their speeches?

No. And that's just one tiny example of fine print tricks by these hustlers. 

Did you know that?   

Not one city -- not one -- has any clue they would be taxed very heavily on wage, pension and all operational expenditures.

Because "They deal with fine print all the time.

James Bennett, official Fairtax spokesmen, said there "is no need" to tell city county and states about this part of Fairax, because they "deal with fine print all the time".

If you think Dallas Texas City Council is going to to send in over 100 million in wage, pension and operational expenditure taxes, you are the perfect Fairtax sucker.

Yes, in Fairtax fine print, and math, are massive taxes on every city county and state,  on wage expenditures, pension expenditures, and operational expenditures.
Guess what?  Fairtax fine print "assumes" city county and states will raise your tax rates, to pay it.  Really


They assume all cities, all states, all counties, will pay these  huge taxes, then raise their tax rates.

All cities in USA, will raise their tax rates -- substantially raise, as you will see. That's their assumption, in the fine print.

Still, we do need a new tax code. Even a funny fraud is better than the BS we have now. Maybe if we passed this  -- just maybe -- people would not be so stupid, so easily fooled, in the future.

And we could then get a rational tax code, with a public that isn't so dumb, gullible, and led by self confident cult daddies.  

That's the most hilarious thing about Fairtax -- whoever wrote this BS, had no intention to pass it.  Whoever wrote this fraud loves the tax code just as it is.  They wrote it, to keep stupid people busy, so they can KEEP the BS we now have.

So pass Fairtax, just to watch the hustlers explain themselves.   That would be worth it.



Think you know what Fairtax taxes?  No, you don't. Or you wouldnt be here.

All pension expenditures -- taxed 23%.

Did you know that?

All capital investments, taxed 23%.  Did you know that?

At least city county and states would theoretically pay these taxes, then raise their tax rates, as Fairtax cleverly "assumes they will.

But how about the poor?  Despite the lying bastards claim they "completely untax the poor", actually there are no exceptions.

All "consumption" is taxed NOT JUST  PURCHASES.


President Bush Tax Panel was smart enough to read the fine print.  They politely showed, in public, using academic prose, what a fraud it was.

In private, William Gale, PhD, said "they lie a lot".


By the way -- Fairtax was already exposed, politely, for years. We show you that too.

We are not so polite. Polite doesn't work on stupid people who have cult daddies. And Fairtax really is for stupid people, and really is, pushed by Cult 
Daddies and liars.

If you want polite, academic expose of lying bastards, this is not your place.  



None of them are true.  Take a look at Fairtax fine print -- suckers were too stupid to read it, or even find it.

So we show you the fine print. You could have found it, if you weren't so gullible. You believed liars like Huckabee Boortz, FOX SPEWS, etc. 

Don't believe liars bastards just cause they say something. Check the fine print.

Every Fairtax sucker we met  insisted they read all the fine print.

Yet they couldn't tell us what Fairtax actually taxed.  They had no idea where most of the revenue would come from.

Got that?  Those Fairtax hustlers did not tell you what they actually tax. And they lied about the research.  Think that's accidental? 



Yet, Fairtax did tell you -- sorta kinda. No, not in the books, videos or speeches.  They lie to you there. You have to read all their fine print very very closely.

A retail sales tax?

Replaces all other fed taxes?

22 Million dollars of research?


"It's a lot like pretending to tax moonbeams and baby farts for 2.1 trillion, to fool stupid people." 

We have had Fairtax own supporters get irate at us, for saying Fairtax revenue is based on absurdities like almost 1 trillion dollar tax on cities and states for their "operational expenditures".

Typical of Fairtax fraud---- they never ever are candid about what they tax.   They do it by "putting it in the tax base".

They "put" wage and pension expenditures, in the tax base.  Capital investments -- go in the tax base. Operational expenditures -- go in the tax base.

WTF?  And these other taxes, these WTF  taxes, are impossible bullshit. They can't collect these other taxes as you will see.

Fairtax suckers don't even suspect what the fine print says.  Like the massive impossible taxes on city county and states for wage and pension expenditures.

Did you know that NYC would owe over 600 million dollars in wage pension and operational expenditure taxes, in Fairtax?

Did you know that Fairtax cleverly "assumes" NYC will raise their tax rates by 600 million to pay that?

And likewise all cities.
And likewise all states.
And likewise all counties. 

Hell no, you don't know that -- but you can probably recite five or six Fairtax slogans, if you are a Fairtax sucker. 


They repeat the great sounding slogans, because thats the only thing their cult daddies tell them, the slogans.

Trouble is, Fairtax is a fraud, and the fraud is in the fine print. We show you.

We get it -- the slogans sounds great. No duh.



How the hell is that a retail sales tax?

They adopt a prepayment APPROACH to tax government capital investments, and wage expenditures.

Did you even know - yes or no -- that Fairtax has over 300 billion dollars of taxes on wage and pension expenditures?   Or how about 200 billion dollars tax on capital investment expenditures?

How the hell is that a retail sales?

Where is the research on that shit?

There is no research, these lying bastards very cleverly inserted these "assumptions" and other taxes in their own official documents.

That's not research -- lying in your fine print tricks, telling you bullshit, is the opposite of research. 

 Even here,  in the fine print, they are slick lying bastards, trying to fool you, but at least it's someplace.   These words are carefully crafted bullshit, you have to untangle even this, as President Bush Tax Panel did easily.

 Fairtax suckers probably didn't even see these documents, and likely wouldn't know what the hell kind of double speak it was.  They think Fairtax is a simple personal retail sales tax.  Not even close.


Do you even know
"NIPA" is?



William Gale, PhD Stanford,
politely exposed the Fairtax fraud 10 years ago.

We aren't so polite. 

Gale was Chairman of President Bush Tax Advisory Panel.  Gale was polite about it in public, using academic language -- see below.  But that panel showed the massive goofy impossible other taxes  (like 100 million dollar tax on the City of Dallas for Wage and Pension expenditures).

All Gale and the Tax Panel had to do, was study this Fairtax document very closely.

Fairtax own document, about their "tax base".

Tax base = what they tax. 

Fairtax suckers have no clue -- none -- what Fairtax taxes, to make their fraudulent math work.  All city county and states would owe, 23% tax on all operational expenditures.  

No, they do NOT just tax retail sales -- that's the fraud.  They have goofy absurd and massive taxes in the fine print, that can not possibly be collected, and they know that.

Which is why they misled their suckers about it. 

If they only taxed retail sales, the tax rate would be 89%

We show you the fine print tricks. 


Fair?   Wait till you see the fine print -- who and what fairtax taxes, not the slogans.   The slogans sound great.

Is it fair, or even possible, to tax a cancer victim 40,000 dollars extra in fed taxes, just because they "consumed" surgery and chemo?

Fairtax not only taxes all cancer and health care "consumption" --  whoever "consumes" the services is liable, not necessarily who pays 

Absurdly, idiotically, Fairtax math and fine print tricks have the Medicare patient paying 40,000 dollars "sales"  taxes too.   The person "using or consuming"  any good or service is liable.  That is how their math adds up.  Yes, it's that goofy.

In private, Gale said of Fairtax double talk, "They lie a lot".

Ask Huckabee. Ask any of these hustlers.  They will tell you "it doesn't matter"  because all prices will drop.  That's how goofy these cultist are. Someone told their dumb ass no taxes will be a burden, because all prices fall.


Yes it sounded like a free lunch on steroids -- prices drop,  take home pay goes up 50% on average, and the problem, said Neal Boortz, would be where to put all the money.

That's right -- Boortz actually said the only problem was going to be, it will be so successful, there would be too much money coming in.

We will deal with that problem later, by lowering Fairtax 23%.   

Sounded like BS --  but all those experts -- all that research!!!

 Too bad none of that is true. 


Oh, yes, a small part is a retail sales tax.   But only a small part.  In the fine print, these lying bastards have fraudulently (purposely deceptive) massive other taxes, to make their math work, on paper.

For example, the "consumption" of all cancer surgery, is taxed., All health care is -- and there are no exceptions, whatsoever.

The person "using or consuming" any good or services is personally liable.

Fairtax never tells anyone, bluntly, or in one place. 

  Did you know that a woman with breast cancer, even if on Medicare, would personally owe 40,000 dollars more in fed taxes, just because she "consumed" 150,000 dollars of surgery, chemo and rehab?

Now how the hell is  that  retail sales tax?

It's not even rational. 


Is the consumption of Medicare, a "retail sale"?


Are the "wage expenditures" and "pension expenditures" and capital investment expenditures, by all city county and states, a retail sale?

Of course not. 

But all are in the "tax base".   

Tax base  -- very important term in Fairtax fraud.  What they put in their tax base, is what they tax. That means they depend on that, for their math to work,.

And they put all kinds of goofy stuff -- including Medicare expenditures -- in the tax base. 
And that's just the start of these lying bastards fine print tricks. 

The massive impossible taxes (much more of them below) are the only way Fairtax math works.  

Whoever made up Fairtax also made up the bullshit fine print, the few words here and there, with the massive other taxes.

And the same lying bastards made up the slogans -- like Neal Boortz Fairtax Book he was paid to put out. Yes, Boortz was paid so represent Fairtax.  So was Grover Norquest. So were various lobbying firms.   All paid.  


Transparent -- easy - no tricks, no loopholes.

And four out of the five "layers" of Fairtax are impossible goofy balderdash -- impossible.  

Yes, we need a new tax code, ours is horrible.  If this is what we need to do -- pass a lunatic fraud -- okay, pass it.



There is  no research, none.  Or if there is, we have not seen it, and Fairtax has not shown it.

There is crap by their public relations firm, we show it to you. But that's not research, and it's sure not research about a simple personal retail sales tax.

There is not an office somewhere, and never was, where such research took place. No office secretary, no researchers, no desk,  no phone, not  even paper clips.

 Not even post it notes.

If Fairtax suckers were not so stupid, they could have spotted it themselves.   But don't feel too bad, these lying bastards are persuasive, self confident, and like all lying bastards,  they have those SLOGANS. 

Fairtax SOUNDS great -- we loved it!   And of course we believed the spin.  Simple retail sales tax on personal consumption.


All researched.  All simple.  Just pay a tax on what you buy for personal consumption. 

Uh-- wanna bet?  ___________

It's not the retail sales tax that is the problem, or fraud.  Notice that only 40% of Fairtax projected revenue, is a tax on retail sales.

That's not the problem.  

Don't you think Dallas Texas should know, they would have to pay -- according to Fairtax math and fine print tricks -- over 100 million dollars on wage expenditure, pension expenditure, and operational expenditures.

All cities should know.

Chicago IL would owe over 180 million, and Cook County, over 200 million.  The state of IL, over 10 billion.


Fairtax hustlers had a problem -- math.

So Fairtax does not tax just retail sales.   In fact, that's only a tiny part of what they tax.



We dont know who paid for Fairtax fraud.

Who paid Beacon Hill?

Who paid Boortz?

Who paid for the jets, buses, and all those web sites?

Who paid Grover Norquest?

Who paid the various hustlers in lobby firms, like CATO, to praise it?

We don't know.  No one is telling. 

If Boortz and others would tell who paid them, and Beacon Hill would tell who paid them, we could find the original liars.  Yes, we could. 

Flat Tax is the same kind of fraud --  flat tax is same kind of fraud, because it's not flat at all. The details are drastically different than the name.

These lying bastards ALWAYS come up with a name the opposite of what's in the details.

But Flat has no fine print at all, just slogans. There is not a written bill anywhere about Flat tax. Just some lying bastards throwing around slogans.

 Fairtax has fine print and slogans.

Fairtax is Political Theater.

Oh you wont find out about these massive impossible goofy other taxes, in the Fairtax books, videos, or speeches.  Not a word of it, in their books, videos, or speeches.

Go on, look.

  Any mention of that advance tax on capital investments?  100 billion dollars or more -- a single word about it, ever? In any speech, in any video, in any book?  EVEN ONE WORD?


It's in a footnote -- here -- see it?

It's only in the fine print. Do you grasp this?  The audacity of these &^%$  %$#^.   Claiming they are going to simply and make tax code transparent, they have put forth a fraud.  


How a city
is a special person

All city county and states are special kinds of persons.

Fairtax says it's a personal retail consumption tax. Over, and over and over.

So you think persons means you and me. 

Uh -- city county and states are "special" kinds of people. They pay not just 23% tax on retail purchase, like a cop car purchase.  They pay a 23% tax on wage expenditures, capital spending, pension expenditures, operational expenditures.

Where is that? Where is that in HR25?  We looked, and looked.

We looked some more. And we looked some more.

This is enough information, said James Bennett, to every city county and state, that they will have to pay 23% tax on all wage expenditures. All pension expenditures. All capital investments.

They do not need to be told any more clearly than this, Bennett said.

Never mind that all the world thinks Fairtax is a simple personal retail sales tax.

This word -- this word "person" in this definition -- is enough.   Got that?  Got how fucking goofy Fairtax hustlers are? That's what Bennett tried to tell us.

Is Bennett and idiot? A dumb ass?  A cult member?  Just fooled himself?

WE don't know. No reasonable person would think a single word in a definition would be the legal basis for 2 trillion dollars in impossible taxes, AND that no one would need any further information about it.

Really, we don't know if Bennett is a dumb ass or his cult daddy just fooled him so bad, he lost all rational thought. 

And where are cancer victims taxed?  It says  nothing about cancer in the the entire bill, right?

Actually they have language about the person using any service or good is liable, without exception.   Very important few words -- because they do use that in their math, as if every person and every city county and state, will pay 23% tax on all consumption -- as defined by their sneaky lying bullshit word tricks.


These other taxes are in there for one reason -- to make the math work.

"We assume city and states and counties will take all appropriate measures to increase their tax rates"

Good assumption? Or bullshit? 

Gale and the Tax Panel just read the fine print, and looked at the math.  It wasn't that hard, because Fairtax lying bastards put the tricky stuff in a few dozen words, about 300 words.Yes,  they inserted a 300 words or so,  a few "assumptions" there -- we show you those--  but only in online documents and math tables. 

In those 300 words, cleverly placed, are two trillion dollars of goofy absurd bullshit and impossible taxes.

So why are they there?  If they are goofy absurd bullshit?

To make their math work -- that's why.

To fool the stupid -- that's why.


Did you know that Dallas Texas city council would owe over 100 million in wage, pension, and operational taxes?

Did you really? Cause, who the hell told you?  No one. No one ever stated it that bluntly, even President Bush Tax Advisory Panel. 

The Tax Panel, by the way, simply did not tax the "Fairtax base"  seriously.  They dismissed it as bullshit.  They refused to pretend that shit was rational.

Dallas must RAISE tax rates 100 mil?   Do you know that Dallas City council -- per Fairtax "assumptions" would have to raise their tax rates over 100 million?

Well Fairtax does not say they MUST -- do they?  Hell no.  The lying bastards just say "we assume they will take measures to raise their tax rates".

See how fucking smooth they are?  

So Fairtax  own supporters had no clue -- NONE.   And how could they know it?  Fairtax hustlers told them just the opposite.

That's why Fairtax lying bastards are lying bastards.

Oh hell yes -- and even more they cleverly "assume" city and states will "take all necessary measures" to raise their tax rates.

Pretty damn clever way to lie to stupid people, and they paid Beacon Hill to be that clever.  But it worked.

Perversely, the lying bastards at Fairtax try to sell their hustlers -- Beacon Hill -- as the research. As if lying out their ass and double talk, is research.

That's the kind of **^%  they put in their books, videos and speeches.  They don't want a new tax code, is the hilarious part. Not the people who put this crap together.  They like the tax code.  They hope you idiots are mesmerized by this crap, and that you don't get a new honest clear tax code. 


Do you think they accidently didnt tell you about these massive other taxes?

Forgot, did they?

Just slipped their mind?

Just accidently told you it was simple retail sales tax?  For 15 years? In dozen books, thousand of speeches, hundreds of videos.  Think they forgot?

So where is that "research"?  22 million dollars of "research"  -- much of the basic research, they said, was by Dale Jorgenson of Harvard.

Bullshit.  He did no such research on that simple personal retail sales tax to replace all other fed taxes.

If they "researched" this "tax plan"  they would have to research their assumption of these massive tax increases.   Hell, they snuck that bullshit double talk into the fine print, that's not research.

Hiding your goofy fraudulent assumptions in your fine print, is not research.  Try to grasp that.   They hope you are too stupid to grasp that.

And so far, Fairtax suckers are too stupid.

There is no research by Fairtax, because Fairtax is a fraud. Yes, it is.  

But their math is where the hustlers showed what all these assumptions and bullshit double talk are about -- how they added up their supposed tax revenue.   They did that in a document about their "tax base"  we show you below.

In the books, videos and speeches, they told us it was very simple personal consumption tax. Bullshit, only a tiny part of it, is that.

Fairtax sounded great to stupid people.  I was one of the stupid people fooled by it.


Seriously, let's pass the fraud.  I'm not kidding. Oh hell, the guys who made this fraud up, have no intention to pass it.  They would pooo their pants, probably leave the country.

That's a great reason to pass it -- but not the only reason.


Passing this fraud would do wonders -- first, we get rid of the bullshit tax code we have. Throw it out. It can not be fixed.

But we then can see what lying bastards can fool us with. Yes, Fairtax is made up by lying bastards, to fool stupid people. It's not a tax code at all.

But if that's what we  have to do, to teach idiots to look in the fine print, fine.

And if that's what we  have to do, to rip out the tax code, fine. This tax code has to go.  The lying bastards at Fairtax have no intention of passing their fraud, that's the hilarious part.

Pass it.   That would be so funny -- they will make every excuse not to!  Oh, the lobbyist don't want it. Oh, Obama will veto it. Oh, we can't get it to the Senate.

Well -- you have 58 sponsors!   You had 100!   Just pass the thing to the house already.  Enough dayum excuses, blaming everyone else.

The truth is, Fairtax lying bastards are not about to let this fraud get to the floor -- see why below. 


 Typical Fairtax "expert."

David Kendall had no clue -- none -- Fairtax had these massive other taxes. Never heard of the tax on wages, pensions, and operational expenditures.

Until we told him.

Had. No. Clue.

Kendall  apparently backed off Fairtax, but in cowardly fashion, never bothered to explain how he was fooled.   Too embarrassing. Here he was all gung  ho, and he didn't know shit about what they taxed, nor that it was impossible bullshit.

Kendall claimed he read all that fine print -- uh huh. But somehow he missed those massive taxes on city county and states, all the fine print tricks we show you, he had no clue existed.

Seems David just read the bullshit books and videos, then assumed Fairtax wasn't a fraud. 

Fairtax is a fraud -- it's not a tax code at all.

Fairtax paid Beacon Hill to put out their bullshit -- and it's slick.   You have to read every word, every footnote, every assumption.

But -- at least they put some words in there, deceptive as hell, but they can argue, technically, they did tell you, you were just too stupid to notice.


Pass it so we can laugh at the idiots who believed this silly shit.

 Pass it so lying bastards like Huckabee, Boortz, FOX SPEWS, Hannity, CATO, Grover Norquest, and others who were paid to sell this bullshit to stupid people, can explain themselves.

Pass it because that would help, as much as getting a  new tax code would help.