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Eritrea has the same policy, and the example you have just stated (worldwide taxation) is epiphenomenal (simply means very little compared to other data) and is a non sequitur. The US as nation state has some of the lowest taxes in the OECD and the lowest levels of "government intervention" as objectively measured by economic interference (regulation) in the market place and social intervention/benefits to its citizens compared with most other advanced nation states. So the statement that the US government is large AND tyrannical because it its largeness is pure supposition and not factually-based. Not only is your statement incorrect with regard to the US it's an absurd claim with regard to most modern nations states around the world. Now, the US does use international banking to bully other nations this has been the stock and trade of all empires; and the US uses this to the detriment of many people outside the US. But the generic argument that big government equals less freedom is demonstrably false: Canada, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Australia, France...and the list goes on, all have greater government intervention and yet have better standards of living than the US as measured by the average citizen. If freedom is measured by how well one lives, it appears bigger government (or more accurately, better government) is much better for your freedom.
It's true, but it's just she trying to cover he ass.
what government re-education camp did you attend?
...where the Commissar, Mrs. Cole, taught us how to employ proper grammar and spelling.
What astonishing stupidity.
Yeah, old Keith musta stepped on some big toes.