Tell President Bush to Oppose UN Global Taxes!

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March 14, 2002

President Bush: Just Say NO to UN Global Taxes!

On Monday, the 18th of March, the United Nations will begin a four-day conference in Monterrey, Mexico, to discuss ways of taxing the world. Quite simply, the UN wants the ability to tax citizens of the United States and other nations on an individual basis.

Think: Global IRS.

President Bush will be attending the conference next week. WE MUST CALL THE WHITEHOUSE AND URGE HIM TO SAY NO TO UN GLOBAL TAXES!!! We don’t have much time.

President Bush must not allow the UN to collect a single dollar of global taxes. Once the United Nations has the ability to tax—THERE WILL BE NO WAY TO STOP IT. It will be permanent.

If the UN is to have ANY revenue at all, it should only come from the voluntary contributions of member nations. Once given the power to tax—the UN will be accountable to no one!

The United States is the most powerful, sovereign nation on earth. If President Bush opposes these UN global tax schemes, they will not become reality.

Please call the President TODAY, TOMORROW, AND THE NEXT DAY, and urge him to stand tall AGAINST UN GLOBAL TAXES!

White House: Phone (202) 456-1414; Fax: (202) 456-2461

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Tom DeWeese
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Tom DeWeese is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.