GNC-2012-05-18 #766 BSD Kind of Night

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One thought on “GNC-2012-05-18 #766 BSD Kind of Night

  1. Todd,
    I am listening to show #766 and I have a Ginny about Rep Charles Schumer’s bill to go after
    those who give up citizenship for tax gain. I can see the arguments either way.
    I’m an expat living overseas for the past 20 years, but
    it would not apply to me as I do not make anywhere NEAR that much
    What infuriates and disappoints me is the avowed intention by a
    representative to issue an Ex Post Facto law, which I thought
    was a Constiturional violation. What other actions
    will they start to criminalize after the fact justo ‘get’ someone they
    do not agree with?


    – Spode

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