Sick and tired of paying your income taxes? Bill Archer (R-Tx.) wants to make it so you never have to do it again.Declaring the federal income tax "too broken to be fixed,"the House Ways and Means Committee chairman has begun a week of hearings aimed at junking the 82-year-old system. In its place, Archer would institute a national sales tax or some other way of raising revenue. Just to make sure his plan sticks, he wants to repeal the16th Amendment, which authorized the federal income tax in the first place. Legislators do not expect to act before the 1996 elections, butTIME Washington economics correspondent Suneel Ratansays the Republican primaries promise to become a healthy free-for-all in which each candidate will push his own tax reform plan.