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tru dat canadaeh




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canada > u.s. Smiley Tongue



I'm sick of these damn canadians with this US vs Canada **bleep**...
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USA<Canada.. I'd go with this..
       
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D3athger wrote:
Its for ur safety and others smartazz.



Law are supposed to protect our rights, the US Constitution is a very short document, and has no loopholes.  The US Tax law, all 36,000 pages of it is nothing but loopholes.  No one can understand all it's garble but to smart lawyers it's a great opportunity, in other words, the billionares pay no taxes.  

The US Constitution also does a good job protecting free speech in ten words, "Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech".   Of course now we have the EPA defining free speech in dozens of pages and have hundreds of exceptions.  All ready for exploitation of the well financed lawyer who can find a way to violate the spirit of the rules.


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imo both PWN!!!!!

canadaeh wrote:
canada > u.s. Smiley Tongue



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Atleast there is freedom Facism unlike some other countries.





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V4real wrote:
imo both PWN!!!!!

canadaeh wrote:
canada > u.s. Smiley Tongue





Finally.
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Too many, too few, it all depends.
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potato. wrote:


D3athger wrote:
Its for ur safety and others smartazz.



Law are supposed to protect our rights, the US Constitution is a very short document, and has no loopholes.  The US Tax law, all 36,000 pages of it is nothing but loopholes.  No one can understand all it's garble but to smart lawyers it's a great opportunity, in other words, the billionares pay no taxes.  

The US Constitution also does a good job protecting free speech in ten words, "Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech".   Of course now we have the EPA defining free speech in dozens of pages and have hundreds of exceptions.  All ready for exploitation of the well financed lawyer who can find a way to violate the spirit of the rules.


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Yes we have to many dumb laws and legal loop holes. Especailly in our tax system that is so screwed up, and neither party will do anything about it.
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