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You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.

 
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You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
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If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
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This is a great idea, as it won't effect most tax paying citizens...

Also, it's money that could be spent here... helping our economy...

35% might be a little excessive, but nonetheless...
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Fucking-A Right...

And tax the fuck out of the Crime Syndicate Banksters that are facilitating that shit as well...

Fuck Them...
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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
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Sure. And how do you actually figure out where a bitcoin even is?
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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


This is a great idea, as it won't effect most tax paying citizens...

Also, it's money that could be spent here... helping our economy...

35% might be a little excessive, but nonetheless...
 Quoting: d3pl0rabl3 z3r0thr3
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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


Sure. And how do you actually figure out where a bitcoin even is?
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Trump intends to impound remittances into Mexico as far as
I know, because they are wages from jobs held by persons in
the nation illegally.
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I can see you are obviously not a potential political candidate or official because that makes perfect sense and would work. dasbier
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U don't want a leaky bucket

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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


If i knew how to start an petition or whatever it would be to have an 35 percent tax on wireless cash transfers.
U.S. Sent $54 Billion In Remittances Overseas; Mexico, China Receive Most U.S. Money

The United States is the largest source of remittances or funds sent overseas by foreign-born residents in the world, according to the Government Accountability Office.

[link to www.breitbart.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


This is a great idea, as it won't effect most tax paying citizens...

Also, it's money that could be spent here... helping our economy...

35% might be a little excessive, but nonetheless...
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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
Place a tax on ALL FUNDS leaving the USA. Whether it's western unions, wire transfers, business purchases etc. Then tax all services and products purchased outside of USA. Large manufacturers and suppliers will start making purchases and hiring within the country, which then trickles down to the local level.
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Add in the 128 million a year in aid we give to Mexico each year. Build the wall.
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Re: You wanna stop the 54 billion in Money leaving the U.S. and immigration problem...Tax the Wireless transfers.
There are a million US Citizens that live in Mexico. They have a right to disburse their money- or receive money- as they see fit.

How many Americans go on vacation to Mexico and have to have money wired to them?

I've had to have money wired to me Panama and Ecuador - because of credit card issues.

For people that are so anti-tax, you guys really like taxes.

And, how does this work- so, WEstern Union complies? Cool. What about Fed Ex? Xoom? Sharemoney?

What if I have a paypal card that is issued in the US, but, am using it in MExico. What if someone deposits into my US account- while I am living in Mexico? Are these taxed?

Or, if you are only going to tax money coming from 'illegals'- don't you think they will find a citizen to send it for them?

And since all of the aformentioned companies send money all over the world- they are supposed to be responsible for an additional tax responsibility that pertains only to one country?

Great idea in concept. A bit harder to put into practice.
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This is a great idea and needs to be communicated to Mr. Trump!

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