IMF favours high taxes?

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    Don't worry. They don't mean for rich people.
     
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    Of course they do, it's more money for them to give to countries that hate America. That and it's a bailout for them on the Americans backs when our own country needs it more.
     
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    That's right. I hear that the IMF is part of the liberal plot to take over the world. I wish there was a conservative around to put a stop to the IMF.
     
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    The IMF always recommends things that should not be done.

    Two point three trillion dollars "missing" from the Pentagon. One point one trillion dollars "missing" from HUD. And the list goes on.

    Why don't we find that money so we will not have to increase taxes.
     
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    That money's long gone. And I wouldn't be surprised at all if there was debt hidden all over the place that hardly anyone knows about. I'd settle for stopping the hemorrhage of free government cash for nothing.

    But that's not gonna get us back into shape on its own. We're gonna have to make some real decisions.
     
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    Sure...why not? I'd be willing to bet the U.N. wouldn't mind either...
     
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    OK, but who got it and are they continuing to get it. The Pentagon loses about 1/4 of its money every year. Talk about hemorrhaging!

    Trillions being stolen and we worry about someone getting a few hundred bucks in food stamps.
     
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    Guess this guy from Armenia knows best. Armenia is well known for it's strong economy.:cuckoo:

    What, are we gonna listen to these a-holes from other countries bent on destroying our economy now?
     
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    Theh international Monetary Fund typically has one solution for the insolvency of a nation.

    Make the people suffer.

    Anybody here ever read Confessions of an Economic Hit man?

    Ya ought to.

    It explains the game for how the internationalist Bansters set out to take over soverign nations through debt.

    Just like they're doing to us, I might add.
     
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