$845 billion dollars to pay for the Global Poverty Act. Who's going to pay for this?

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Kennedy
Asked at 2012-08-05 19:40:02



You and I the American taxpayer. What will it take to stop all this ridiculous spending by Congress? Who is in favor of this, besides Obama? Do you?



The Global Poverty Act:

* I declare that the official U.S. policy to promote the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty and achieving the Millennium Development Goal of halving extreme global poverty in half by 2015.
* Requires the President to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to carry out this policy.
* Includes guidelines for what the strategy should include -. Aid, trade relief, and debt, working with the international community, businesses and NGOs, to ensure environmental sustainability
* Requires that the President's strategy include specific and measurable goals, efforts to be undertaken, benchmarks and timetables.

* Requires the President to report to Congress on progress in implementing the strategy of global poverty.



However, Obama's bill does more than allow the UN to tax American citizens. It's just a question of legality or illegality. For all practical purposes, surrenders the sovereignty and political independence of the U.S. to the UN, an organization most of whose members are hostile to the U.S. U.S. has it has been approved a tax on its citizens imposed by the UN? If so, what authority? Note that the wording of the bill that Obama calls "the president to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy" - which assumes the office of president is just another form of tyranny or arbitrary power, is no different from the "presidency" of any random tin-pot dictatorship or regime pot. http://www.capmag.com/article.asp?ID = 515
Answer1AugusAnswered at 2012-08-15 08:18:05
We are currently spending 1 billion a day in a senseless war in Iraq and are fighting another lost war in Afghanistan.
If you are concerned about the money I spend in the U.S. in the third world, I would not worry about all that much.the U.S. are given weapons and some old food , molding and then realize that MoneyWise .
Look in the framework of " Support by the U.S. Third World ."
Answer2miguelAnswered at 2012-08-21 18:54:03
Who will pay for the Iraq war ? Curiously, no mention that
Answer3chetnaAnswered at 2012-08-26 11:01:03
Okay spending billions to kill people in Iraq , but not to help people around the world ?
Answer4economystAnswered at 2012-09-08 12:29:02
And deep in Russia , China and Iran see our Militray weaken and the frame for the day and can not protect our borders .
Answer5DreamerAnswered at 2012-10-07 03:56:46
Maybe if poor countries had stable economies work they could afford to buy American products . MedlinePlus Would not it be nice to have some commercial products business again instead of just sending bombs .
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