Caption Contest Winners and Laughs!
Our first caption contest received over 1,000 submissions in
Across our nation and in Washington, FairTaxers are known to be knowledgeable and passionate but the contest to caption this photo had us laughing too!
Congratulations to our winners! They'll receive signed copies of each of the three FairTax books here.
Winner - Most 'likes' on Facebook:
"Gimme a minute. I know it's in here some where..." - Okey Spaulding
Winner - Staff Pick:
"Don't bother - Congress hasn't read it either." - Chris Painter
The U.S. Tax Code: No Satire Required - Tanya Schmidt McClanahan
Fantastic, I only have 68,493 pages to go to make sure I'm fully compliant with the law! - Eric Christian Morgan
Become a tax accountant they said, it will be easy they said. - Dennis Janelle Weesner
Instructions for completing the 1040A (short form) for 2030. - Linda Heilman
A nation bound to tyranny. - Ryan Nielson
This is the tax code... No wonder we're broke! - Allie Alyssa Davis
Finally through the table of contents... still nothing fair in here... - Austin Gelder
Directory 1 of 100, US tax code - Matt Hilburn
This gives a new meaning to the saying read 'em and weep. - David Kearns
The Current Tax Code = The Worlds Dumbest Slinky Toy - Andrew Rutter
"How can anyone think THIS is better than the FAIR TAX? Anyone? Anyone?" - Ken Rainoshek
Can't wait until the Kindle gets a terabyte hard drive! - Casey Rochefort
Recycle the old IRS code. Build a monument to stupidity with it. - John T. Webb
If this is the book on the current tax law, I wonder how long the movie's gonna be? - Tom LeJeune Jr
The IRS version of torture: death by 73,608 paper cuts. - Brian Tucker
"That first part there is just the list of acknowledgements to special interest groups. THIS is the part that says we can audit you.” - Andrew Rutter
The IRS tax code: the real cause of global de-forestation. - Barry Wood
The Tax Codes: Cliffnotes - Ryan Bekkum
Share the FairTax Picture of the Week!
Grant Swanson is a volunteer District Director in Louisiana who does more than talk to people about the FairTax. His truck shares too! You can share this picture here.
The August FairTax Webinar
With Special Topic: What You Can Do To Support the FairTax and Get Involved
When: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Time: 8 pm Eastern, 7 pm Central, 6 pm Mountain, 5 pm Pacific
Where: At your personal computer, anywhere!
Why: To provide an interactive forum for people who cannot get to local meetings to learn about the FairTax and to present special topics that are frequently misunderstood or not generally discussed.
Who: Join Marc Manieri, webinar producer and host from Orlando, Florida. In their fourth year, Marc’s webinars draw national participation from seasoned FairTax supporters as well as those just getting introduced to the FairTax.
Join: To participate, register here and watch for the confirmation email. For more information contact Larry Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org.