Monday, April 14, 2003

Kyle Williams writes about the "Life of a teen-age taxpayer"

"Lastly, I am 14 years old. Memo to government: That's a whole four years under 18. What happens when you turn 18? Hopefully you register to vote, but primarily, you have the right to vote at that age. So, what exactly does that mean? It means that I am a minor, too young to vote, and I must pay federal and state income taxes to a government that does not represent me."

After you read this & are good & ticked off, visit & then write your representatives & your senators.

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