No Right To Tax Miles Traveled

By: Keith Allison

Under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, you have the Right to KEEP AND BEAR ARMS, unfettered by government interference. Even the U.S. Supreme Court has decreed that government, be it city, county, state or federal, does not have any Right to interfere with YOUR RIGHT TO CARRY A CONCEALED WEAPON. The fact is, when any government entity tries to tell you that you must be licensed to carry a concealed weapon, they are intentionally interfering with your Second Amendment Right to do so and can be held accountable for attempting to deprive you of your constitutionally protected Right.

Another thing government does not want the public to fully understand about their Rights, is the fact that you have the Right to travel freely upon any paved or “maintained” road anywhere within the United States. And, as a result of your Right to Travel on the nation’s roads, they do not have the Right to demand that you apply for and become a “licensed driver.” To attempt to do so is another violation of your constitutional Rights; that being the freedom to travel unfettered by government interference as long as you are not engaging in “commerce” as you travel down our hi-ways and bi-ways.

Therefore, since you do have a constitutionally protected Right to travel, I don’t believe that government has any Right to place a tax on the number of miles you travel on any of our roads throughout the nation. Why? Because you are engaging in a Right guaranteed under the Constitution. I know the government is thinking of forcing us to have devices placed on our cars, trucks, etc. that will tell them how far we have traveled during any specified period of time, but I believe that too is a violation of your freedom to travel where ever and when-ever you decide to travel without giving government, or anyone else, notice or receiving permission from our illustrious leaders to do so.

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