United Nations Tax

Notice that although Jacques Chirac wants the world to give the U.N. the authority to directly tax arms sales and financial transactions, Chirac does not propose a tax on bribes.

If he’s not willing to make sacrifices, why should we?

Seriously, though, while any U.S. political party that endorsed giving the U.N. taxing powers would condemn itself to losing every election for a generation (and rightly so), this is an idea that will not go away until the United States leaves that corrupt organization. The U.N. wants our money, but it hates having to be dependent upon us. Poor dears. But we must never give in.

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