What's the purpose?
This came in the mail today from the Repooflican "party".
The last time I contributed directly to any named Repoof party or candidate was 2004; the last time I gave to a local [nominally non-partisan] candidate with R connections was 2010.
The format of this letter is borderline fraudulent, certainly IRS trademark usurpation.
What's the motivation anyway? If you're a likely Repoof voter, you're a proud tax evader.
Anything that looks like an IRS notice will stir primal hatred in your heart, so your first impulse is to throw it away. When you look more closely and see it's from your own party, you still carry the hatred as you open it. And when you see your own party behaving exactly like government agencies (DO NOT DESTROY! YOU MUST RETURN THIS DOCUMENT!) you're bound to ask "Why am I supporting this arrogant bureaucratic institution? How can they claim to be anti-bureaucracy when they behave just like the IRS?"
Oh well. I should be glad to see self-defeating behavior by either
of the Goldman parties. We need a revolution.