GOP contenders: Extend anti-terror Patriot Act

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  • CHS 85 Sandy, UT
    Nov. 23, 2011 12:16 a.m.

    That's what we need conservatives - more government intervention into our private lives.

    I can't figure you guys out. You shout from the rooftops the get the government out of our lives, yet you want the government in our bedrooms, our liquor cabinets, our bank accounts, our classrooms, you get the idea.

    Either you like big government or you don't. You can't have it both ways and be credible.

  • Brother Chuck Schroeder A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    Nov. 22, 2011 7:52 p.m.


    Anti-terror GOP Patriot Act?. BIG BUSINESS to use off shore tax safe havens and pay "NO TAXES". Remember Tom DeLay, off shore tax safe havens and the Patriot Act, here's another carbon copy of it. "GOP contenders: Extend anti-terror Patriot Act." Try excessive public debt, while these politicians get filthy rich off of us. It's about GOP dictators and their wealth. Most of those gains have been taken to offshore tax safe havens and deposited in secret bank accounts or invested in up-market homes and hotels. Much like Tom Delay and big tobacco. The Patriot Acts money laundering provisions are very harsh except when he deleted off of it the offshore tax safe havens rule and the IRS. Patriot Act's money laundering provisions, where are they today?. The tobacco industry feared The Patriot Act so Rep. Michael Oxley removed a provision involving money laundering from the bill at the behest of the White House and GOP whip Tom DeLay, under pressure from Big Tobacco. More loopholes that allow qualifying Institutions to still serve as conduits for Tax Evasion that report nothing to the IRS-for-collection. Is this fair-taxing to the poor-and-middleclass?.