Just finished reading this book



If anyone wants to borrow it from me and read it, please do. I would love to discuss it with someone, and I have a few questions. There is one aspect of H.R.25 that I still can't seem to wrap my head around. Also, I'd be curious to know which side of the "revolution" you are on, and why.

7 comments:

plugalong said...

well, my curiosity is raised. I may not be smart enough for this book anymore, but I'd be willing to give it a whirl. I'm always up for reading.

megan said...

you are definitely smart enough for this book! And it's actually kind of a fun read. If you can believe it--about TAXES. You guys gonna be around anytime soon? I guess we could bring it up to you, too.

plugalong said...

We might come up this weekend. I'm not sure. I never seem to be able to commit to anything these days because if I do something gets in the way and we never leave.

Penelope Crackers said...

Oh boy. I just realized that it's time to start getting all our stuff together and getting on our taxes. ug.

plugalong said...

I checked it out from the library, so I'll get started on that.

megan said...

penelope, I know I LOATHE tax time. I really recommend reading this book. If we can get enough people to get congress to abolish the income tax altogether, won't April 15 be just lovely as just another spring day?
plugalong--cool, thanks for checking it out. I'm really anxious to talk to you about what you think of it. It's really quite a quick read for being a book about TAXES of all things, and only got tedious for me a few times, but all in all I've gotten really excited about it!

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