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Tuesday, April 24, 2012


Anonymous said...

I love that little * that they put in. Whenever I see this on anything I'm like "lets see what the catch is." I don't know much about politics, but I can see this making fun of advertising and the fact that its about money, not truth.

Rebecca Johnson 4049

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't a reasonable person believe that banking in the Caymans is smart fiscal decision? Banking abroad puts assets in a better position to earn more money because of better rates of return along with tax shelters. It makes it possible to invest in booming economies. If you are so wealthy where you would have to worry about predatory lawsuits it keeps your money safe as well. It might be interesting to have the problem of be scrutinized for where I put my money because I have too much to keep in one country. At the end of the day tax avoidance is legal. I understand it is a political cartoon, but it seems to be very general and not very critical; and a stretch to insinuate someone doesn't believe in America because they bank in the Caymans. I drive a German car, I like imported cheese, I like to vacation out of the US, I beleive in tax avoidance it doesn't mean I don't believe in America.

Martina - Phoenix HUM/114

A Carlos Com 101-4049 said...

How convinient. This from the guy that tried to be cool by pretending to know what a 7/11 was. Though personally if I had as much money as this guy is rumored to have, I too would be banking ouside the U.S. it only makes sence that if you don't know what you are doing and are not quite sure which way the economy will head if you win, that you keep your stash ourside our borders as a safekeeping measure, you-know, in case our banks tank.

Anonymous said...

If i was a wealthy as he was, i would put my money somewhere else to.

Chris Wynn 4044