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You don't have to have done anything wrong.
You simply have to eventually fall under suspicion.
He leaked classified information on the government's surveillance of Americans he's -- -- a hero for a trade.
Is searching for terrorists -- laundering billions of phone calls emails and web searches effective.
Or more like trying to find NB.
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Seven dollars for God's path goes obamacare do anything to address excessive hospital -- no no and no.
Not lower the cost -- anything.
He really is the -- Ladies and gentlemen.
From the fox studios in New York City.
At a very happy Father's Day to everyone.
The least of the fathers.
All right -- long advocated that we ought to pass the fair tax.
And that would eliminate all taxes on in com savings dividends capital gains inheritance and investments.
And it would replace these penalties on our productivity.
-- attacks on our consumption at the retail level.
As an important benefit of the fair tax that we I think can all really embrace.
Some good reason -- -- You know.
And -- -- illegal and unethical activities of the IRS in relationship to conservative pro life and pro Israel groups.
And their reckless disregard of the taxes they take from us.
By spending fifty million dollars on their fun little outings that involve luxury hotels line dancing classes and -- -- bags.
May be just may be the public is ready to in the legalize theft of our finances.
And our freedom.
You see another benefit of getting rid of the IRS is stopping the government threat of losing tax exempt status to shut down the voices of churches.
Now what you think carefully about this.
And let me say.
I doubt everybody's gonna agree with me.
Maybe it's time the church is quit caring about their tax exempt status.
And care more about being on Saturday to speak with absolute freedom and clarity on the moral issues of the day.
By the way I brought this issue up last week when I spoke to the passers at the Southern Baptist Convention in Houston.
Now I know that I've never given a dime -- my ties to my church for the tax consequences.
Because for Christians.
Giving isn't about getting that government's blessing but God's.
And by the way if somebody gives you.
-- I mean if somebody gives money to god solely to the tax benefits.
And maybe that person ought to keep their money.
They need frankly need it -- and god does.
You -- the empty threat that's caused many a pastor or church to water down their message in confronting the culture.
Because of fear of reprisals from the -- -- well that would stop.
It isn't the place of any agency of the government to evaluate the content of a pastor's sermon.
And determine if that is acceptable to the government.
Frankly even if the fair tax isn't passed immediately why not in the federal government subsidies -- all entities and organizations.
Religious or not.
And let freedom -- Now.
-- If you believe in some can be a political spiritual.
Even economic -- paid for it leave the government out of it.
And for those who fear the churches would pay huge taxes fear not.
Churches use their funds for missions staff their facilities and ministries there's little if anything left over for most congregations.
Of course it would mean that contributions wouldn't be deductible but there's already a limit on how much one can deduct so the benefit isn't that day.
As Daniel rejected the king's food may be people of faith ought to reject the government's goodies.
But in exchange gain absolute freedom.
And -- -- of -- about whether our message is going to be threatened with government penalty.
We just tell the government to put it where this song don't shy.
What -- today and what we do and our churches ought to be driven by our faith.
Not by the government limits on our freedom.
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