Are They Nuts!? IMF Proposes $1.40 a Gallon Gas Tax on US Drivers

The national average for a gallon of gasoline is currently at $3.65. On top of that sky-high price, the International Monetary Fund has now proposed that the U.S. should impose a tax of $1.40 per gallon in order to pay for social programs around the world and help the environment.

Neil Cavuto discussed this proposal with FBN's Charles Payne, who said sometimes you hear things and you just have to ask, "Are you nuts!?"

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Comment by Deep Space on April 19, 2013 at 1:02am

derive

Comment by Deep Space on April 18, 2013 at 10:36pm

Vampires derives their Power from (y)Our very own InAttention.

How to defeat Vampires

is as simple as paying Attention...

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Comment by gary lineberger on April 4, 2013 at 8:13pm

they act like just because they been getting away with fraud and treaon

for 100 years thats its ok now

Comment by gary lineberger on April 4, 2013 at 8:12pm

that would be karma at her best

Comment by Deep Space on April 4, 2013 at 8:02pm

Could always plug 'em up with federal reserve notes.

Comment by gary lineberger on April 4, 2013 at 8:00pm

yeah but the thing about underground bunkers is they all have to have ventilation and no way if they waste earth  that some snake or weasel doesnt gfo and clog up their vents....................lol karma is ereal and eventually catches up with even asswholes, and boy is she a bitch when she catches them asswholes

 

Comment by Deep Space on April 4, 2013 at 7:45pm

I agree this might go down a fast, swift slam-dunk for The People.

(barring any scorch 'n' burn false-flag tactics like a bio-weapon release or an EMP that takes out the power grid leading to 300+ Fukushima-style melt-downs).

Remember, these evil scumbags would rather destroy Humanity if they can't keep Us in a box.

And they've always got their luxurious bunkers to dwell in for decades.

Just lookin' at all the angles...

Cheers!

Comment by gary lineberger on April 4, 2013 at 6:06pm

yeah but this civil war will be more civil

it will be all the people and most of the military against wash dc

Comment by Deep Space on April 4, 2013 at 5:02pm

They're just looking for more ways to trigger that civil war they're itchin' for.

Comment by Wolf on April 1, 2013 at 3:46pm

I say fine.  Get rid of Wal-mart bring back ma and pa stores or simply grow your own. 

We have a horse...they eat grass.  Sure you can only do about 8 miles a day but if you have local businesses then you could ride your bike or horse into town easy.

I would like for city people to understand that most of this country is country.  I have to go 20 miles to shop - I go maybe once a week into town.  It would take me maybe 2.5 days to ride a horse into town for supplies.  But, if my little town was once again thriving with local commerce I could ride my bike.

I think it would be a great idea for communities to petition getting rid of wal-mart which is sucking the life blood out of many communities that would bring back local businesses.  Watch people thrive...and thrive they will.

Looking for something to learn about today?  Look up Phoenix Program.  This was created by Olie North and FEMA to systematically destroy the civilian base of resistance.  They established death camps, torture chambers, etc.  The program is now named HOME LAND SECURITY.

I think we need to temporarily establish a democracy - majority rule - we are the majority so what we rule is what we follow.  

Long live our constitution - it is the very foundation the concrete of our nation and our sheriffs.  Back your sheriff...

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