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Tough action against tax evaders is only fair

March 4, 2014

WASHINGTON — The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, which I chair, has spent several years examining the ways offshore banks have aided and encouraged U.S....

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Vauche

Mar-15-14 7:51 AM

Nice speech Frog but where in the article does it mention that these rich with bank accounts are republicans? Or is that just an assumption you make?

Further who is responsible for NOT going after this information. Dude, it's the Injustice Department lead by Obama syncophant Holder. Do you not honestly think if they could stick it to the rich republicans they would?

My conspiracy theory, there's some names they don't want out in the public to protect powerful "liberal" donors so they can further keep up their false narrative that liberal progressive are looking out for the "99%".

Take the blinders off and think logically for once. All business people aren't bad, all republicans aren't bad (not many good ones, true conservatives, left though either), all liberal progressives are dangerous!

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bornayooper

Mar-10-14 4:12 PM

Levin you everlasting hypocrite. The biggest tax criminals are you control-freak politicians. Thank God you will finally be gone - but not without your warchest of millions and taxpayer pension!

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frogleggs

Mar-04-14 12:17 PM

Now then,

the rest of “us”

should ask this question:

what good, or what interest

does the good senator levin have in mind for his,

this erstwhile proclamation,

explaining to peasants how

- the rich,

- the republicans and

- their corporations

hide their cash?

WHY SHOULD THIS BE A CONCERN

to the laboring, wage-earner class?

WHEN - WE KNOW BY WAY OF HISTORY

NOTHING WILL CHANGE FOR THE RICH

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frogleggs

Mar-04-14 12:13 PM

If a free society cannot help

- the many who are less than rich,

how then can

the many

devote the time and effort,

- to SAVE and ENABLE

- the few who are rich,

- to remain rich?

The question we need to remind OURSELVES,

is that

- why have so

- MANY TAXPAYERS

- Spent so much MONEY

- OVER A $ TRILLION DOLLARS

- To BAIL OUT

- SO FEW?

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frogleggs

Mar-04-14 12:12 PM

BUT OF COURSE

the few have made laws to insure that they would remain

- the CREATORS and MEMBERS

of the

- FIRST REAL CLASS WITH

- ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY

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frogleggs

Mar-04-14 12:11 PM

THEY ARE RICH,

THEY ARE THE BANKS,

THEY ARE THE CORPORATIONS,

THEY ARE THE BUSINESSES

and COLLECTIVELY

THEY have done LITTLE,

to help the many…

But who COLLECTIVELY

have done MUCH

to HURT too many…

WHILE THEY RESIDE

IN THEIR CLASS OF PRIVLEDGE AND ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY ….

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frogleggs

Mar-04-14 12:09 PM

Who continue to

INSURE at any COST

that they will forever have the

ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY

- To FREELY,

- take, take, take . . .

- - - - OUR

- NATURAL RESOURCES,

- to attempt to satiate their

- greed and need for PROFITS,

- at any COST . . .

from the rest of us who ain’t

from the class of

- cash - money, - plutocracy, - oligopoly,

- monopoly, or - aristocracy….

Or

THE ORIGINATOR’S of the

FRIST,

TRUE-BLUE and FEW

CLASS

WITH ENTITLEMENT MENTALITY

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