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Another Hypocritical Leftist Caught with His Hand in the Tax-Haven Cookie Jar

MrChaly Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 2:21 PM
Tax haven = tax fraud, period!
bck Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 4:59 PM
Mr and mrs O didn't have any problem giving their daughters $48,000 and subtracting that from their income. Are they a tax haven?
dsanchez Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 8:52 PM
If you were losing all of your money to a corrupt government in Washington D.C. and in the states and at the local level, etc. how would you operate in order to stay in business? You are as foolish as the corrupt criminals in the government if you do not answer this question honestly and admit that you would do everything in your power to remain in business and defend your employees and associates to remain solvent and remain in operation.
George257 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 3:37 PM
You benefit from tax havens too, chaly, even if you haven't reasoned it out yet. If you don't want money flowing from the USA to the tax havens, then vote for a party which will govern responsibly and CUT TAXES. End of problem. That's how competition works.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 12:19 AM
Exactly. Structure things so Europeans put their savings with us, and wealthy Caribbean Islanders look here. We, even with Obama and his wrecking crew, are still where poor folk come, and send money home to the victims or Socialism, Corruption and Marxism. Often aged parents or a family.
I am much impressed that many features of Capitalism are exploited, in great and little ways, by people that want Socialism or Marxism. Most Socialists and Marxists actually have Capitalism as the present or past source of their money.

I’m a huge fan of so-called tax havens. I’ve been working for more than 10 years to protect and promote the values of tax competition, fiscal sovereignty, and financial privacy.

The bureaucrats at the OECD even threatened to have me tossed in a Mexican jail because I was advising representatives of low-tax jurisdictions on how best to resist fiscal imperialism.

Why am I fighting this battle and taking occasional risks? Because tax havens are a huge plus for the global economy.

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