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Obama pushes "Global Tax"

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Change :jerkoff1:

Obama Pushes Bill That Would Mandate Global Tax
NO CHANGE HERE!!
Senate to vote on legislation that would cost U.S. $845 billion, also enables UN to implement gun bans

Presidential frontrunner Barack Obama is pushing a bill that will lead to the implementation of a UN global tax, costing the U.S. at least $845 billion dollars over thirteen years in the name of fighting worldwide poverty, as well as banning "small arms and light weapons".

The "Global Poverty Act," which is sponsored by Obama, is up for a Senate vote today, and if passed would mandate the U.S. to spend 0.7 percent of the gross national product on foreign aid, on top of the money being sent out of the country already.

The bill passed the House by a voice vote last year because most members failed to read what was actually in it. The words "global" and "poverty" in the title were presumably enough to convince them that it must be good.

In reality, the bill also "Commits nations to banning "small arms and light weapons" and ratifying a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child," writes Cliff Kincaid.

"Jeffrey Sachs, who runs the U.N.'s "Millennium Project," says that the U.N. plan to force the U.S. to pay 0.7 percent of GNP in increased foreign aid spending would add $65 billion a year to what the U.S. already spends. Over a 13-year period, from 2002, when the U.N.'s Financing for Development conference was held, to the target year of 2015, when the U.S. is expected to meet the "Millennium Development Goals," this amounts to $845 billion. And the only way to raise that kind of money, Sachs has written, is through a global tax, preferably on carbon-emitting fossil fuels."

A UN controlled global tax has long been a cherished goal of the elite and they have attempted to piggy-back it on numerous different pretexts, most recently via a global carbon tax on fuel, a move that was advanced at the recent summit in Bali.

During the summit, over one hundred prominent scientists signed a letter dismissing the move as a futile bureaucratic scheme which will diminish prosperity and increase human suffering.

In 2005, former French President Jacques Chirac called for the imposition of a global tax to finance the fight against AIDS.

Perfectly happy with giving Bush carte blanche to continue illegal spying on American citizens with the passage of this week's telecom immunity bill, the Senate seems destined to rubber stamp legislation that would lead to a global carbon tax.

President Bush has overseen the biggest increase in foreign aid since the Marshall Plan and is highly unlikely to veto the bill if it is passed.

Contact the Senate and voice your opposition to this bill. Call the switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and asked to be connected to the office of your Senator.
 

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oh my god... how is he suposed to give us a surplus and cut the debt with this? Like all the others he is full of shit.
 

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He's going to cut the debt by increasing spending more than anyone, $70 billion a year more than Hilary even! :ugh:

 

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omg you guys still think Paul can do something? :bowroflarms:

No, Ron Paul isn't going to be the nominee, the piece of shit McCain has that pretty well locked up. But, what's your point? Why should I put my head in the sand like the rest of the ignorant sheeple (who are by far the majority of people) and accept the bullshit, and not try and raise awareness to others?

Who do you support, and why?
 

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shist different when it YOUR beliefs being attacked, and u still stand by them bc u beleive so strongly in them. For the record i did vote paul, bc i thought he was the morally correct decision
 

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So miami, I might have missed it, are you in the army? What are your thoughts on the election/ current policies and such?
 

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No, Ron Paul isn't going to be the nominee, the piece of shit McCain has that pretty well locked up.

right thats why i'm a lil confused about all those " ron paul can do that and that" threads... its too late now.. mc cain will be the nominee...

Who do you support, and why?

nobody, i can't vote anyway (not yet.. cupple more years)

says the guy who can't even vote.

right and you know what? it woulden't even make a difference.. the bad guys win anyway.. thats how the last voting ended (see bush vs kerry)

So miami, I might have missed it, are you in the army? What are your thoughts on the election/ current policies and such?

no i'm not in the army.. 3 of my really good buds are in the us army and i just support them :)
 

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12 months ago: Ron Paul has no chance, don't bother supporting him.
6 months ago: Ron Paul has no chance, don't bother supporting him.
1 month ago: Ron Paul has no chance, don't bother supporting him.
Today: Ron Paul has no chance, don't bother supporting him.

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So after a year of people saying Ron Paul has no shot, we're supposed to stop supporting him now?

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I keep getting pushed by these Obama supporters who continue to claim a vote for Ron Paul is a "wasted vote."

I'd vote for Ron Paul if he tortured my newborn baby.
 

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what you wanna do against it? i nothing happens anyway :disgust:

i think the people give it up to quick, that includes me too

What do I want to do? Tons of shit. For starters, keep spreading the message that Ron Paul has brought back into the limelight for the rest of my life. If things keep getting worse (other wars, unconstitutional spending, loss of civil liberties) then it's time to take to the street and protest.

There's lots of stuff, but unlike yourself, I'm never giving up and accepting the status quo.
 

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