Saturday, November 10, 2007

Free FairTax presentation with Janet Huckabee on Mon., Nov. 12

To all FairTax supporters:

Please reserve the afternoon of

Veteran's Day
Monday, November 12, 2007

Arizonans for the Fair Tax

invites you to attend a

Special Update and Call to Action

with your Arizona FairTax leaders


A Special Address by

Janet Huckabee

wife of Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee

1:00 PM -- Registration starts

2:00 pm -- Door opens

2:00 pm to 2:30 pm – AZ FairTax Update Presentation

2:30 to 3:00pm – Special Address by Janet Huckabee

3:00 to 5:00 pm -- Arizona FairTax Call to Action


Sheraton Crescent
2620 W. Dunlap Ave.

Phoenix, AZ 85021

(602) 943-8200

Cost of the Arizona Fair Tax event is: Free

(Donations to help pay for the venue and refreshments are welcome)

Please RSVP by November 9th

to Greg Dutton, AZ FairTax Volunteer State Director

(480) 763-9791 or

If you cannot attend but would like to contribute to the Arizona effort,

please send your contribution to:

Arizonans for The Fair Tax

3637 W. Medinah Court

Anthem, AZ 85086

If you are unable to attend, but would like more information about our grassroots efforts here in Arizona,please join the AZFairTax Yahoo Discussion Group at

Americans for Fair Taxation is a non-partisan grassroots organization and does not promote any party or candidate.
The purpose of this email is to communicate events and opportunities to extend the FairTax message and promote the passage of the FairTax Act.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fairtax even taxes the government, correct? On all government spending. Neal wrote "the government itself will become a major taxpayer"

How can this possibly be? Am I the only one that sees the problem with this?

Its like paying myself 1000 dollars to cut my own grass. I can write the check, I can even cash the check, but I dont make any money.

But Fairtax actually counts the money the government pays as a gain. If FT had to admit they couldnt tax government -- they would have to raise the rate to 40%. For other reasons, the rate would have to be even higher -- up to 50%