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Written By: Tom Hankes  |  Posted: Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

The Administration Is Focused Like a Laser - On Your Retirement Funds

          Legendary bank robber Willie Sutton was supposedly asked, "Why do you rob banks?" He was falsely credited with this pithy response: "Because that's where the money is."  % that voted for the President apparently aren't aware that the Democrats have plans to confiscate even more citizens' private property.  Witness the 2009 theft of Delphi's pension funds to reward UAW supporters, increased 2013 tax rates, 21 new taxes in Obamacare, indirect theft of private land through the UN "Sustainable Development" fraud, and a UN carbon tax just to mention a few, but the biggest tool of the future may be to seize part of your tax deferred retirement funds; the 401K and IRA monies. I wrote about this in October 2010. It's a hot topic again. Of course, the Democratic Party is constantly on the lookout for fresh cash to fund their redistribution schemes.

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