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  • Should? Do you mean could? This question is phrased terribly. .

    Of course the US should not be tax free- our social structure is based upon taxation. No tax equals no government, And no laws; anarchy, Only local volunteer governments would exist. The question does not become relevant until it is determined if the country could be tax free. What do you mean by tax free? Income tax, Excise tax, Property tax? Why am I yes? It sounds like an adventure to live in the dark ages. . . . Let's do it and the first people purged can be the ones who ask such poorly thought out questions. . .

  • We can't afford it.

    With no taxes, No public schools would exist, No renovations, No Section 8, No financial aid, No nothing. We can't afford it. The American people paying taxes is not just because the government likes to take our money, It's because it's absolutely necessary for our country to function as it is supposed to.

  • It won't work

    There is no way being tax free would work for out country, However our taxes could be lower if the government didn't pay for unnecessary expenses. Our schools, Workplaces, Businesses, And more depend on government aid. The U. S. Tax system is already flawed, With no money regulating, It could be a disaster.

  • Roads, Rails, Schools, Hospitals

    We need tax money so our government can provide us roads, High speed rails, A free public education, And better hospitals. On top of that society would collapsed without taxes because there would be no functionality. Trump's tax cut impacted only rich people and obviously himself. His action will lead back to the Depression.

  • Nay to No Taxes

    I second that of @AIRhino's comments. Simply put, The use of taxes is a fundamental necessity for the type of nation the United States of America is. The paved roads we see, And the public schools America's youth attend, These are all funded by tax dollars. If America is to be the nation it rightfully is, Taxes are here to stay.


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