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I'm honestly against banking secrecy too. It's not that I want increased taxation. It's just that being able to hide money like that seems to tax evasion. Lower the tax rate, and reduce bank secrecy too. There must be freedom, but a free country must have rule of law.
I think he will find Hell an even more "oppressive situation".
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Irresponsible Choices

Jacob55 Wrote: Sep 02, 2014 2:37 PM
I wouldn't mind a woman president. Give me a Hispanic, Jewish, Female Tea Party loyal Republican over a White, Protestant, Male, Establishment Republican any election. I only particularly care about the last part.
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EU threatens Russia with more sanctions

Jacob55 Wrote: Aug 30, 2014 9:58 PM
Because following in the footsteps of Neville Chamberlain worked so well when he tried it.
I say don't destroy the tunnels... bury landmines in them. The explosion will collapse the tunnel, and probably take a couple of terrorists with them.
Romney is a solid conservative! The MSM said so!
A Californian Republican? I thought your kind was extinct.
Don't governors usually have pardon powers? Christie could probably free the woman fast enough to where she'd be home in time for dinner.
This is column is simply absurd. There are plenty of individuals who's choices are morally questionable. A doctor who risks his own life to help the less fortunate in another country is simply not. As for your point, let me ask you this question. Let's say a soldier got shipped to Iraq during the time we were rebuilding it. He gets shot and killed on his first day, costing us more than his service had been worth for his funeral. That doesn't make him any less of a patriot. There is little I hate more than 'holier than thou' arguments executed towards individuals who haven't done anything wrong. It was infuriating seeing people give a 'tut tut' to the guy who recieved thousands of dollars towards potato salad on Kick Start. I saw people on another news site whine about how the money would have been better spent on charity. But implying someone who bothered to spend time abroad helping the needy, and contracting Ebola? Christ's will is far better executed by those who do it themselves, regardless of the method was perfect or not, than those who whine about how another executes it. If I must say, one who chooses to spend their time calling those who volunteer afar a narcissistic, is a hypocrite.
It takes great courage to make a stand against one's family to reject their evil. I applaud Mosab for his strong resolution.
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