The government would be put in their place if we all demanded we go back to the Gold Standard. And obey the Constitution.

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Banks, supermarkets, and other corporations don't have any money of their own. Their money comes from people, individuals. You tax a bank, and it will cost us all more to bank. Interest rates will rise, fees will increase, smaller banks will close. Tax a supermarket chain and the price of celery goes up.<br />
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This is why "Tax the rich" is such a popular mantra for deceptive politicians. It sounds great, since no one considers himself to be "rich", so it won't impact me, right? That's how people think, and they don't see down the road a few steps. Rich people will take their money and live elsewhere. Rich people will stop expanding their businesses and we'll lose jobs. Rich people will stop spending their money and invigorating the economy.<br />
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When Obama proposed to have the government spend a trillion dollars on ill-defined "projects" in order to stimulate the economy, many people cheered him on. So why is it a bad thing to let rich people spend their money for themselves, without the added costs of government to administer the scheme?

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Do you really think that those institutions would gleefully hand over more money to the government, what your suggesting would mean higher interest rates on borrowed money by by new home or new car loan and expect a lower interest rate on your savings. The supermarkets would raise the price on every thing in order to raise the money for the new tax, You got to think about it Shet runs down hill if you gouge the big guy he's just going to pass it on until it gets to you.

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**** flows downhill eh?

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yours doesn't ? must be quite messy at your house when you take a dump.

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Duh!

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that's what I thought.

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first they need to take back the "buy the vote" tax cuts bush gave the rich. that F*****r is retired, now, and dlesn't need it. Let those rich jerks foot more of the bill, instead of whining about how the dems are doing.

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first because the banks effectively own the government. (not the other way around).<br />
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[Thomas Jefferson]<br />
Quotation: "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered...I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies... The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."<br />
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P.S. private banks now issue virtually all the world's currency.... :)<br />
And the last country that tried to issue their own currency waaaaaaaaaaaas .........Libya!...... they proposed an African currency ba<x>sed on gold to help pull this starving continent out of poverty by allowing them to sell their resources to the west only in their own gold backed currency.

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because they put their self before others.

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Good question! ...

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Must be entwined somehow

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