They should lose in this case because they've overstepped their bounds.
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That's why it's time for revolution, I'm afraid. Which would make us actually be what they're afraid of, but it's the only appropriate recourse left.
"Guideline"? Near as I can tell, it's already been downgraded to "toilet paper".
Never mind my previous response, I looked at some of your other comments and see you're just a troll (e.g. a selection from your other comments: "You missed the point, genius. Your rant is off topic and excessively rant-y. Nobody here wants to debate with you because you're bat-shit crazy. You should seek professional help or at least a hobby where you don't interact with strangers.")
Huh?? How does "simplify the tax code" automatically imply "double your tax burden"? And how is it off-topic to talk about complex tax rules in a topic that is specifically about people getting caught up in overly-complex tax rules that nobody understands and everyone is misinterpreting? Third, why is it 'dreaming' to simplify an over 8000 page tax code, and by far the most complex tax code in the entire world - WTF? No offense but is there something wrong with you? I've never seen such a bizarre, non-sequitir response to anything in my life.