Which Of These Law Violations Brings The Greatest Financial Penalty?
A.) Buying and using Illegal drugs? B.) Burglary?
C.) Theft By Deception? D.) Damaging Public Property?
E.) Drunk And Disorderly? F.) Shoplifting?
G.) Embezzlement from employer? H.) Failure to pay water or sewer bills?
I.) Identity theft? J.) Receiving Stolen Property?
K.) Non Payment of State Income Tax? L.) Driving Under Suspension?
M.) Spousal Or Child Abuse? N.) Forgery?
O.) Car theft? P.) Non payment of real estate tax?
If you answered P.—Non payment of property or real estate taxes on your
home…YOU ARE PROBABLY CORRECT! Consider this:
If you own a modest home valued at $50,000….and owe $5,000 in property
taxes, interest and fees; your home will be confiscated and sold through a tax sale
or sheriff sale. Since the home can be sold just for the taxes and penalties owed,
and NOT FAIR MARKET VALUE, it may be sold for just $5,000. You get
NOTHING. Your $45,000 in equity or value is gone…confiscated by the
government as part of the process.
How often have you seen someone convicted of the other crimes listed above
‘fined’ $45,000….or having their assets confiscated in this amount? To confiscate
$45,000 in financial assets from a homeowner for a $5,000 ‘violation of the law’ is
itself criminal and perhaps, unconstitutional.
Tell your legislator you want the right to vote NOW on a constitutional
amendment referendum that will permit the TOTAL ABOLISHMENT of all
property taxes on homesteads and farmsteads (primary residences) in
Your Senator and Representative can push for passage of ‘emergency
constitutional amendment referendum legislation’. That legislation would permit
just one passage by the legislature…and then a vote by the public on whether the
citizens favor amending the constitution to permit ABOLISHMENT of property
taxes on homesteads and farmsteads. LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE NOW!
GIVE US THE RIGHT TO VOTE ON THIS CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE!
Note: Please forward this to all of your friends and relatives. To all of your elected officials— state
municipal, and county; and to newspapers—including weeklies; post and distribute any way you can.