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(keitai-l) Re: SMS/mobile Internet/TV

From: Eric Hildum <Eric_Hildum_at_itochu.net>
Date: 09/30/02
Message-ID: <B9BDD2B0.ADF3%Eric_Hildum_at_itochu.net>
Congress can and does delegate its taxing authority to regulatory agencies.
Regulatory agencies can and do make law under the Constitution, as do
courts. You'd be far better off looking at a civics book in the library than
reading far right militia propaganda on topics of Constitutionality and due
process.

-- 
Eric Hildum

> From: James Santagata <jsanta_at_audiencetrax.com>
> Reply-To: keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net
> Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2002 20:29:56 -0700
> To: keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net
> Subject: (keitai-l) Re: SMS/mobile Internet/TV
> 
> I hate to get into politics here, but everything is about politics. I
> frankly can't stand
> the FCC, the FTC, and the rest of these alphabet soup  bureaucratic. It's so
> typical that the biggest charges on my phone bill are
> taxes/surchages/excise fees
> and those are the things that are actually illegal in the US since only
> Congress
> can tax and the latest tax (aka the Al Gore tax) was not authorized by
> congress.
> But it doesn't matter to these agencies, they won't let you repudiate the
> charges.
> I tried and they were deadset to turn off my phone! Can anyone say "double
> standards".
Received on Mon Sep 30 20:14:41 2002