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I am an avid supporter of Hovind and his ministries. I also believe the counts on which he was charged are without base, that the income tax itself was never established as an actual law, and none will find it anywhere. You can ask a judge, IRS officials, any law-enforcement officer, or anyone at all and they will not be able to show you the law, because it DOESN'T EXIST. Watch "America: Freedom to Fascism" to discover the real truth behind Hovind's main alleged "crime": income tax. And even then, his ministry was a church, and all money in was considered "gifts" from supporters, so technically, even if the income tax was actually a lawful tax, Hovind still wouldn't be violating any principles this law lays down. The only reason anyone discovered his actions was Beka Horton, who hated him for exposing Pensacola Christian College as a... to put it lightly, an unfriendly school regarding security and inside sourcing (spying). She blew the whistle on him out of spite, and she'll be answering to God for what she did, putting an innocent man in jail where he doesn't belong.

Rod Alexander Alerasoul, Free Hovind 43 Comments [4/30/2010 6:45:19 AM]
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WMTimothy

Sure. Right. Nevermind the fact that the 16th Amendment declares that Congress can collect taxes on incomes.

4/30/2010 6:49:31 AM

wenoot

16th Amendment: "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration."

You were saying?

4/30/2010 6:50:39 AM

Doubting Thomas

I love how these tax protesters claim there's no basis in government or any law allowing income taxes, yet most of them keep paying them anyway.

And Hovind went to jail for screwing with the IRS and refusing to cooperate to avoid jail time. He had plenty of chances to avoid being everyone's date for the prison ball.

4/30/2010 6:55:51 AM

Patrick4024

Al Capone went to prison for a law that did not exist. So, the goverment must have really given him a vacation.

4/30/2010 7:33:18 AM

Arctic Knight

I guess bringing up the 16th amendment is kind of useless now since several people ahead of me already mentioned it.

4/30/2010 7:41:14 AM

David B.

"You can ask a judge, IRS officials, any law-enforcement officer, or anyone at all and they will not be able to show you the law, because it DOESN'T EXIST"

Yeah, good luck in court with that.

4/30/2010 7:48:38 AM

Mister Spak

"I am an avid supporter of Hovind and his ministries."

Which explains all the fail that follows.

4/30/2010 7:49:27 AM

Swede

You sort of disqualified yourself in your first sentence, there. Well done! But, incredibly enough, it goes downhill from then on...

Hovind's a stupid idiot who regularly lies and cheats. That's why people don't like him.

Wasn't there like 56 accounts of tax frauds? That is not "oops, sorry, I forgot", that is coldblooded stealing from other taxpayers.

4/30/2010 7:55:58 AM

aaa

Learn to read. Discover the 16th admendment. Be ashamed.

4/30/2010 8:01:12 AM

Dan Onymous

He must have had a pretty shit defense lawyer then.

4/30/2010 8:04:18 AM



Go take the paralegal course at your local community college. You'll get to know the tax code intimately. Believe me, it exists.

4/30/2010 8:12:15 AM

Headache

So... Rod Alexander Alerasoul have you stopped paying taxers yourself or are you just spewing stinky arse gravy on the Internet?

4/30/2010 8:20:05 AM

Lucilius

Lotsa beelievin' going on there, without much evidence. Do you also believe that shit tastes like chocolate pudding, Rod?

Oh, and using a crackpot conspiracy-theory video as backup doesn't help your case.

4/30/2010 8:29:18 AM

Blaidd Drwg

By the way, where is Hovind's University again? Didn't the tornado destroy that mobile home park a few years ago?

4/30/2010 8:41:20 AM

practical god

Wait... hold on... fail aside... did this say that Hovind did something against Pensacola Christian College? Cause if yes, then despite all his fail, he should score at least some points with the universe.

4/30/2010 8:43:22 AM

Evilarm

I suppose his lawyers just "forgot" that the crime their client was accused of didn't acctually exist

4/30/2010 8:49:57 AM

Sisyphus

Hovind's innocent eh? He should really be cussing himself for his choice of lawyer then eh?

4/30/2010 9:29:02 AM

Just some guy

Arctic Knight: "I guess bringing up the 16th amendment is kind of useless now since several people ahead of me already mentioned it."


That's OK. It was useless when they mentioned it, too.

(Useless because the funditard isn't going to read their comments and wouldn't understand even if he did read them.)

4/30/2010 9:31:34 AM



I also believe the counts on which he was charged are without base, that the income tax itself was never established as an actual law, and none will find it anywhere.

Fail.

4/30/2010 9:41:35 AM

Mudak

Is anyone else worried about what's going to happen in late 2016 when Hovind gets released from prison?

If he's got this much of a following while he's incarcerated, I fear for the country when he finally gets released.

4/30/2010 9:45:02 AM

TGRwulf

Um, apparently you've never read the constitution

4/30/2010 10:07:29 AM

Papabear

I bet the fact that your a Hovind supporter and that you believe the counts he was charged with were without base are completely unrelated, huh?

4/30/2010 10:09:38 AM

anti-nonsense

You fail the law forever.

4/30/2010 10:11:41 AM

elphada

When are you going to court to explain that the judicial system is way out of line?

4/30/2010 10:50:17 AM

EllwyenDarwin

So much fail.

4/30/2010 11:19:35 AM
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