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Invoice# 7463
Dear Internet User,

The Federal Government has calculated the sales tax owed on your internet purchases for 2013.

Please remit payment immediately upon receipt of this invoice.

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Purchase Code | Description | Tax Owed | Amount Due
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Invoice# 7463 | Internet Sales Tax | $375.29 | $375.29
Tax Owed: $375.29
Amount Paid: $0.00
Amount Due: $375.29
The Federal Government thanks you for your online purchases!

This is not a real tax bill.

But if Congress passes the Internet Sales Tax, it will be.

Fortunately, the National League of Taxpayers has a plan to stop it:

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Dear fellow American,

They are on the attack again.

And this time, members of both parties are the problem.

Of course, the only thing big-government politicians love more than spending your money is taking away more of it.

Are you prepared to pay taxes to use online services like Google, Facebook, Ebay or Netflix?

How about surrendering even more money to help finance ObamaCare?

If your answer is a resounding NO, then please keep reading.

President Barack Obama, Harry Reid, and unfortunately even a number of Republicans are looking at a new source of “revenue” through the Internet Sales Tax.

Of course, when tax-and-spend politicians introduce controversial legislation, they make sure to give it a name that’ll be more receptive to taxpayers.

That’s why they’re calling it the “Marketplace Fairness Act” in an attempt to hide its obvious implications from you.

But make no mistake. Nothing about this big-government boondoggle is “fair.”

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You see, the Internet Sales Tax would hand the Federal Government massive new controls over state tax policies and set the stage for government at all levels to tax, regulate and track every transaction you make on the Internet.

The Internet Sales Tax would also create an online regulatory nightmare that will wreak havoc on businesses by forcing them to comply with 50 separate tax codes.

That’s why it’s critical you sign the petition DEMANDING my colleagues in the House and Senate vote “NO” on the Internet Sales Tax.

I’ll give you a link in just a moment, but first, let me explain exactly what’s at stake.

Tax-and-spend politicians are foaming at the mouth fantasizing about new spending programs they can create by using additional taxpayer dollars.

Today, instead of finding ways to cut spending and reduce taxes to get our economy going again, members of both parties are moving to squeeze even more money from the American people.

Money that they intend to use in their efforts to fund and create more government programs like ObamaCare and Medicaid expansion.

The last thing we need is more taxes for the purpose of implementing more government.

That’s why it’s so critical you sign your No Internet Sales Tax petition.
And after you sign your petition, please chip in with $10, $15, or more to help fight back against the Internet Sales Tax right away.

The Internet is one of the greatest inventions of our time – and it’s one of the last marketplaces where individuals can purchase goods and services with limited government intrusion.

That’s why I hope you will help today in keeping the Internet as free from government interference as much as possible.

You see, under the Internet Sales Tax:
*** Obama’s Federal Government will use the IRS to force online retailers to pay for their new revenue scheme, all while raising costs for consumers.

*** Tax collectors in one state will have the backing of the Federal Government and the IRS to pursue retailers across state lines.

*** Many of your favorite sites will be flooded out of business due to a tidal wave of new and higher taxes and regulations that threaten the Internet as we know it.
We should be lowering taxes. Not raising them.

But that will not happen unless I receive your support.

Will you stand by while Obama’s IRS and big-government politicians in both parties continue to dig their hands in your pocket?

Or will you sign your No Internet Sales Tax petition telling your Congressman and Senators ENOUGH is ENOUGH?

And after you sign, please consider sending your maximum contribution of $100, $500, or $35 to help me mobilize Americans in our fight against the Internet Sales Tax.

If we don’t stop the Internet Sales Tax scheme, every consumer in the country will feel the crippling effects as Congress takes a massive chunk out of American prosperity.

Your support will help alert hundreds of thousands of Americans on the nature of this battle, all while putting pressure on my counterparts in the House and Senate, demanding they vote NO on the Internet Sales Tax.

That’s why your support is crucial.

This won’t be easy.

But your support is what we need to win.

Please act IMMEDIATELY.

Sincerely,

Steve Stockman
United States Congressman

P.S. Are you prepared to pay taxes to use online services like Google, Facebook, Ebay or Netflix?

How about surrendering even more money to help finance ObamaCare?

If your answer is a resounding NO, then please sign your No Internet Sales Tax petition right away.

And after you sign your petition, please consider chipping in $100, $50, or $35 to help mobilize Americans in our fight against the Internet Sales Tax.

http://nationalleagueoftaxpayers.com/NLT_IST_Petitionb.aspx?pid=sb18a

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