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June 7, 2013

Sound Off published June 7

Tonawanda News — I’m calling about the Internal Revenue Service and this big scandal. I don’t think people should have to file their taxes anymore, do it a different way. When you get your deductions taken out of your paycheck, you pay your taxes straight to the government through a payroll deduction. And everybody pays the exact same amount out of their pay, like I think a good figure would be 30 percent. The government takes 30 percent out of everybody’s pay check every week, and that would be your total taxes. And then you don’t need the Internal Revenue Service anymore, all these taxes, deductions and all this stuff. I think that would be the fair way because the IRS, they waste money. I don’t know if anyone heard, but they spent $15 million on line dancing so all their workers can go line dancing. It doesn’t make sense to me. The money is going to the IRS and they’re blowing the money. So the best solution is to have everybody pay 30 percent right out of their pay and then no tax papers at the end of the year.


Residents of Town of Wheatfield, dont forget to get out to vote down the budget. Like they say you can’t complain if you dont vote.


I find it hard to believe that Sound Off’s frequent caller blaming Bush cannot get a life. Hello Einstein, Bush has not been president for years. It is Obama’s administration now. With all the things going on now with Bengazi, the IRS and, the AP scandals, this genious is still complaining about Bush flying over in Louisiana at the governors request not to cause chaos. Obama didn’t even show his face when hurricane hit N.Y. This is the most dishonest secretive white house we have had and you’re complaining about what you consider a snub. Grow up.

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