Via Jason Ditz
I’m not sure where the US Federalis get the idea that they should have any say, whatsoever, on the tax rate structure of other countries – or where they’d even get the authority to be involved in such activities in the Constitution – but there you have it. It doesn’t matter whether the policy is foreign or domestic, economic or defense. The bottom line remains the same – the US government feels it has the legal authority to do whatever it wants, whenever it wants. It’s time for that to end.
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