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    may be in trouble

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    I could be wrong, but TX doesn't have a state income tax as far as I know of. From what I get of the Texas tourist trade that visit my store, the state gun laws are civilized... open carry, relatively high reciprocity with other states re: Concealed carry, basic 4473 for firearms purchases, that sort of thing. Magpul saw fit to relocate its HQ in Austin, after the jackass Hickenlooper essentially ran them out of Colorado with his 15 rd magazine limit.

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    Wants you to "look at what he's holding tonight".

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    I pay 400 dollars a year in property taxes on 64 acres with a 1000 sq foot house. Taxes vary by county greatly. And as said above, no state income tax. Our gun laws are pretty good, need a license to carry open or concealed, but other than that the laws are pretty lax. No wait periods, open carry of long guns is okay without a license. You can hunt with suppressors, can even hunt hogs from helicopters with full auto.
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    I'll most likely shit myself


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    Well shit now Helo! How many of us on here have access to a Helo, besides you of course.

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    For the Love of Cats

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    That in itself is reason enough to visit Helo...
    Give a man fire, and he'll be warm for a day!
    Light a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life!

    Cat's are food... not friends!

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    Wants you to "look at what he's holding tonight".

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    I wish I had access to a helicopter. Well without hiring someone.
    "When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes DUTY!" - Thomas Jefferson

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    start saving your pocket change...

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    Dont worry about shitting yourself
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    You know, the whole argument of capitalism vs socialism is an argument of apples vs oranges, right?
    While socialism is a form of govt, capitalism is a form of society, govt is not part of it.
    The United states is a constitutional Republic.
    Yes, it allows for capitalism as how society's market functions.
    The purpose of the US govt has above been shown. It is to defend the nation, as a whole, and defend the rights of its people.
    It's purpose is not to run businesses, or provide welfare of any type.
    Things like education and welfare, if any, are under the purview of the state's. In fact, all societal things not specifically mentioned in the Constitution as being under the purview of the fedgov are left to the states.
    The blanket federal income tax that we now pay is unconstitutional, only states may levy a blanket income tax.
    It should be noted that before the blanket income tax started, infrastructure was as strong or stronger than it is now.
    Taxes have grown as fedgov illegally sticks it's nose into more and more of the people's lives, and needs more and more money to fund these illegal programs.
    Taking over things like education and healthcare have been done not for our benefit, but for more control, same as with food production.
    Society is more pliant when you can control how sick they are, and what they eat, while your education programs make sure that the future generations are brought up to be good sheep, well indoctrinated.
    Things like gun control will eventually not even matter.

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    Do you have a robot?
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    Don't bring up blanket income taxes someone out here may hear you. California has enough and I don't want them to get any more ideas
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    So if it is predictable and preventable then you better prepare.

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