Why Do I have To Argue every Time I Buy an American Flag or Nontaxable or Non Deposit Item?

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       United States flag flapping on flag pole with letters "USA" spinning over animation              Every time i go to purchase an American Flag which is a non taxable item by an act of Congress ,  Why must I have to argue not to pay the tax, it’s the principal not the money  its only that the shop keeper wants to extract from me  and pocket the false tax money that  bothers  me . I heard that many shop keepers charge tax but don’t turn it in to the state tax dept or uncle Sam They buy lets say $5,000 worth of tobacco products mainly cigarettes and pay the distributor$3,000 in cash and a check for $2000 . so all they have to do is turn into  the government on tax collected on  the $2 ,000  ( because that’s all that shows on paper)

So in essence their cheating you and me and the government at the same time.Or when I buy a doughnut it is non taxable  but if They serve it to me at a lunch counter they can charge   me sales tax. or when I buy  a case of canned Lemonade (a non carbonated drink )and they charge me deposit ,which In certain states its a non deposit item and I have to call the  manager  of the store ., This most likely is not an accident but done to cheat all of us  plain and  simple , does this happen to you?  It seem that almost all shopkeepers got their hand out for your  non deserved Tax money these days

THANK YOU THE LERMAN REPORT STAFF

 

AND WHILE YOUR HERE….DON’T FORGET TO VISIT THE ARCHIVES

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