What state or federal law would you repeal?

September 22, 2011

Photo of Jeanne Dunbar

Jeanne Dunbar (Bonner Springs City Library children's coordinator in ) says...

“Reinstate the Kansas Arts Commission! Art is so important to creative reasoning, and now, more than ever, we need critical thinkers.”

Photo of John Hilton

John Hilton (Bonner Springs High School athletics director in ) says...

“I would repeal the 16th Amendment that allows Congress to levy a federal income tax. I would rather see a higher sales tax on nonessential items in lieu of an income tax.”

Photo of Michelle Meyer

Michelle Meyer (Co-owner of Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery in ) says...

“Repeal the federal tax code because it is just too complicated.”


Jason Bailey 9 years, 2 months ago on What state or federal law would you repeal?

Actually, Jeanne, logic and math lead to more critical thinking than art. Why not push that? Agendas are so easy to see for what they are when people use hyperbole to support their position.

Regarding the answers that cited the tax code or the 16th amendment, I love those answers. It'll never happen, unfortunately, with a populace who are more apt to name a judge on American Idol than even one Supreme Court Justice or the name for the first 10 amendments to our Constitution. It's pathetic how far we've fallen as a "learned" society. Facebook and Dancing with the Stars has replaced conversation and reading.


Sign in to comment