Thursday, March 26, 2009

London Summit 2009

The London Summit has a quasi-social networking site that allows you to propose questions. If the question gets enough votes, your selected politician might answer the question. I posed my question to Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of England.

"Gordon Brown, How will regulating the world's tax havens do one single thing to solve the world's financial crisis? It appears from what I am reading that the financial crisis is the result of the poor regulation ofthe two largest tax havens in the world: New York and London. It seems to me that the Group of Twenty really wants to make small sovereign nations that compete on the basis of tax competition nothing but vassal tax collectors so as to prop up the bloated and dying welfare states of Europe and America."

You may vote for my question by clicking the link below and clicking on the TV like box that says "vote"::

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