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rdetorres Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 10:53 AM
That happens in every presidency. For instance Loral went around our sanctions to sell missile control technology to China that just happened to be the tech they needed to control MIRVs.
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Obama's Tax Evaders of the Year

rdetorres Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 10:51 AM
In order to buy the election one needs to influence the influence makers, the willing dupes in the media. So, invest heavily in Hollywood and the press so you have a voice in controlling the direction the pundits opine. In other words if your money is the paycheck for an actor, I bet you could hint that speaking out against your candidate would not be a good career move. Why not? Liberals do it all the time. Time to fight liar with fire.
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Obama's Tax Evaders of the Year

rdetorres Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 10:48 AM
I am not a tax expert, but it seems to me that if all loopholes were shut and a flat rate of 15% were collected from everyone AND spending no more than is in the collected coffers that we wouldn't be in this problem.
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Obama's Tax Evaders of the Year

rdetorres Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 10:46 AM
You spoke about legal ways to avoid paying taxes, when 5thdegreeinsight specifically said those who make a nice living DO NOT make enough money to take advantage of legal tax avoidance schemes. Google transferred 10 billion dollars to an offshore account to avoid taxes. While my wife and I make very good money we are no where near rich enough to afford transferring wealth offshore to avoid taxes. At what point does the cost of transferring money become an option? How much money does a person or corporation have to earn to make the cost of transferring/tax avoidance pay benefits?
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