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I.M.F Plays Hardball with US: Goodbye Mortgage Deduction - Hello Gas Taxes

Not good. It appears there is a serious play in motion, by the elite, to tax the hell out of Americans. The IMF is obviously the front muscle organization that is going to lead the charge. Once the mid-term elections are over, American tax payers are going to be muscled, the way the IMF now muscles third world peasants.

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Comment by Ed Price
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The gifts given to us by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, and a host of others, are tremendous, wonderful, and profound. These men were the thinkers of their day (likely their wives contributed behind the scenes). Yet they were and lived as common people.

So, what did they give us? They gave us a momentary respite, an interlude, among the hardships of life.

You see, the reality of life is ultimate failure in every area of life. But, at the same time it is hope. The founding fathers expanded the hope briefly, by what they gave us.

They never meant it to be a cure-all. They never meant it to be the end of all trouble and hardship. They only hoped that the rest of us, just as they had, would pick up the upholding of the things that make a marginal peace work.

Go and ask them what they meant by all the things that they did. You can't. They aren't here. Sure, you can look at their writings, and try to decipher the true meanings and intentions. But you can't ask them, personally.

One hundred years from now, we will all be gone, just as they have been gone for a long time now. The point and the question is, what are we really trying to do? The answer comes in two parts:
1. Benefit ourselves;
2. Benefit those who follow us.

Look at the founding fathers. Their personal benefit, benefit derived from forming a nation, did not last for them. They were hunted and harmed throughout all their days by the different forms of the Big Banking Industry.

Yet, what they gave us benefited us. It protected us somewhat from the Big Banking Industry - which is now encroaching on our freedoms in many different ways.

Will we win? Perhaps, a little, like the founding fathers. But what we are really fighting for is the principal of freedom for all.

No matter what happens, we won't be around for long. Yet may our gift to others, a legacy of temporary peace and prosperity through freedom, be extended as far and wide as possible, just as was that of the founding fathers to all who followed them.

The Big Banking Industry will fail, though it may not be an easy thing.