Republican Party to vote for repeal of U.S. anti-tax dodging law
Tue, Jan 21 2014
By Patrick Temple-West
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Republican Party is expected to approve a resolution this week, calling for repeal of an Obama administration law that is designed to crack down on offshore tax dodging.
Deckard, “oridinary people just like you”? The reason these people are so livid is because, in all likelihood, they are on the dole of the US Federal government. Thus, they cannot see past the rabid hatred of anyone who would stand in their way of taxing the world.
That said, a brilliant comment on your part.
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Thank you for the synopsis of the regulatory changes that have contributed to the boa constrictor affect of CBT. Will FATCA take our last breath?
“(I am having to have to do an article on this to justify the time I am spending on it)”. Are you an investigative journalist?
Thats not just absurd. Thats obscene. It makes no sense whatsoever. I cannot imagine that argument of the IRS going through with a court and judge either. Either you have a legal guardian or you don`t. It is just ridiculous- and it is like the poster child for the insanity of all of it.
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Resolution to repeal FATCA (out of 11other R’s), passed by RNC at General Session #FATCA
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Ok, perhaps I should have left off the “just like you”, but I was trying to appeal to whatever sense of empathy these misguided homelanders might have left.
Once again, the law of unintended consequences is at play. I believe that the struggle to educate homelanders about FATCA, CBT and RBT has been inadvertently reset by the Republican initiative, so I’m afraid we’ll have to start all over again with large swaths of the American public – especially with the liberal/Democrat/left faction. We’ll need the patience of Job to get through it, but we really have no choice. Now the goal should be continued INCLUSIVENESS in the discussion to really get people to understand that this is not a left/right, Democrat/Republican issue, but one which affects literally the entire human race – that is how audacious FATCA aspires to be and that is the message we must continually hammer home.
I just emailed Charles a long email, outlining in detail all the problems I face personally (a cut and paste of the same email I sent Amber Hildebrandt from CBC who then did a phone interview with me and included it in the article about Calgary), along with links to six recent Canadian media reports, and yesterday’s press release by the NDP. I hope I peek his interest.
@Calgary 411 – I wish you a safe trip and no delays.
Just wondering if there is any support for FATCA with the Israelis who live here in Canada
I found these links.
CF&P Applauds RNC Resolution Calling For FATCA Repeal
That’s why I spoke out, Polly, for my son and for many, many, many others.
From earlier information here:
Republican National Committee takes on FATCA rules
Suggestion that anti-FATCA resolution could spur expats to vote Republican (or assist with fundraising abroad).
How about a sticky thread on the government response to the Liberal MP questions?
Try Maple Sandbox: