The Philoeconopolist Party


The current State of The Union in our country is:

36,500,000 people exist in poverty

760,000 men, women and children are homeless

The federal government tells us that out National Debt is $5.5 Trillion. That's wrong. Our debt is only $858 Billion owed to foreigners.

"Americans are taxed twice by the IRS. They pay a federal tax on their income, and they pay what amounts to a hidden sales tax -- believed to be as high as 10 - 15 percent -- on all retail goods and services they purchase" Congressmen Dan Schaefer and Billy Tauzin, April 15, 1997


Abolish Income Taxes !!!!!


To get rid of income taxes join the Philoeconopolist Party and elect 290 new members to the U.S. House of Representatives and elect 67 new members to the U.S. Senate to pass new tax legislation with a required 2/3rds vote in both the House and the Senate. We can do it !!!


Run for Congress in your Congressional district. Call the Board of Elections in your area for more information. Robert M. Barber is an independent candidate for the 8th Congressional District, New York. For the General Election on November 3, 1998 - I ask all 8th Congressional District constituents including all Veterans, those on Public Assistance, receiving Medicaid and living in Public Housing in the 8th Congressional District, to vote for me by writing my name "Robert M. Barber" in the slot for 8th Congressional District, U.S. House of Representatives. Please ask for help at your polling place on how to 'write-in' a candidate.



Register To Vote !!!!!


"Make our nation the leader in promoting health, education, general welfare, national defense, human rights, caring for animals and taking care of our environment and limited natural resources. Replace the income tax with the revenue-neutral 'The Barber Plan'" Robert M. Barber, Philoeconopolist, Founder of the Philoeconopolist Party

E-mail: philoeconopolist@hotmail.com
Internet Website: http://members.delphi.com/abolishtax

A Philoeconopolist is a person that studies the philosophy, economics and politics of taxation.

Robert M. Barber for Congress
166 W. 87th St., #410
New York City, NY 10024

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