By David Ray Griffin
I feel it is extremely ridiculous to imagine our executive could wipe out over
3000 TAXPAYERS and TAXPAYING businesses, or provide immense tax writeoffs to the
Now, if it have been homeless shelters or executive housing projects--that I
may think. Our govt cannot squeeze a lot funds out of the negative and would
be prepared to sacrafice them. the folks within the Towers, the planes and the
Pentagon have been as a rule the kind of wallets the govenment values.
Our govt values not anything over our cash.
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