A Philanthropic Nation

One thing that hits most Americans the hardest is seeing the people of other countries struggle with such difficulties as famine and death because of something as simple as malnurishment or as complex as a corrupt government.

The problem most of us have is coming up with the funds to send the people in those countries, so we do everything we can to get the wealthy or the famous to send THEIR money on our behalf. But what happens when even the wealthy get tired of sending their money? Those countries suffer.

There is a solution to this, and it’s been right under our noses for the past 12+ years. It’s called the Fair Tax Act. What the Fair Tax Act will do is stop punishing the hard work we all put in all day, every day, every year, and it will start to promote savings and investment.

Could you imagine what would happen if the whole of America (We the People) were all rich enough to actually invest in other countries? Think about it. Charitable giving would EXPLODE in America and ordinary people like you and me would actually be able to help the countries we are always asking celebrities to sponsor. In other words, the FairTax proposes to turn America into a proseperous land of bona-fide philanthropists.

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I'm the grandson of an Underwood and have been mapping my Underwood Family Tree for a couple years now.

Posted in FairTax, FairTax Act of 2011
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