TATUS and the economics team just got off a real tense call with their counterparts preparing for the G-20 meeting. Timmy felt that he needed to play the "Bad Cop" on the call, particularly since many of the European nations have been refusing to play along with his and Big Guy's economic stimulus strategy to mortgage their next-generations' futures.
When the French economics minister pushed back on Timmy's demands that Germany increase stimulus spending, TATUS pulled his wild card out. "Okay, the U.S. would like to place on the G-20 agenda a session addressing the many tax havens that enable American citizens to hide their wealth off shore and not pay taxes."
The G-20 officials agreed. So now Big Guy has to sit through a session next week targeting the tax havens of Switzerland, the Cayman Islands, his Administration and Rep. Charles Rangel.
Monday, March 30, 2009
Posted by TOTUS at 4:00 AM
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Does the United States have an extradition treaty with Rep. Rangel? I can't seem to find anything on the Dept of State website...ReplyDelete
Don't forget to look in the trunk of Daschle's limousine and under the skeletons in Al Franken's closet.ReplyDelete
We have our own offshore accounts...http://www.newyorkfed.org/aboutthefed/fedpoint/fed34.htmlReplyDelete