Lois Lerner & IRS

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Not even a smidgeon of corruption; says Obama.  Wonder if he consider the couple years and thousands of her emails that were "lost".....just keep following him to the cliff sheeple and one day he will lead you to that dreaded last mistep.  

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  • Candace....Thank you !! I've been saying this for months......If you don't agree with him you are scum. He doesn't want to debate the issue at hand he wants to insult and demean you regardless of what the issue is.

  • Pitchforkprotester, you are one of nastiest, most judgmental, hateful, bigoted person I have ever witnessed on any web site commentary EVER, including Facebook.  I hope you have plenty of long-term care insurance because it's proven that people who are unhappy, cynical, and negative suffer a higher rate of senility and dementia.  You are well on your way.  You are a typical Republican - ranting and raving about all the problems in this country and offering no real solutions.  I truly feel sorry for you.  And I am surprised, since, according to your belief, there are so many "stupid" people on this site, that you would even take the time to troll here, but, yet, you do.  Sad, sad, sad.

  • ukfan, June 17, 2014 11:31AM

    "PFP...it'll never happen...if they let Bush/Cheney walk away after all they did...Obama has no worries." 

    They already are convicted war criminals which is why you will never see them traveling abroad.

    "Kuala Lumpur — It’s official; George W Bush is a war criminal.

    In what is the first ever conviction of its kind anywhere in the world, the former US President and seven key members of his administration were yesterday (Fri) found guilty of war crimes.

    Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their legal advisers Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo were tried in absentia in Malaysia.

    The trial held in Kuala Lumpur heard harrowing witness accounts from victims of torture who suffered at the hands of US soldiers and contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    They included testimony from British man Moazzam Begg, an ex-Guantanamo detainee and Iraqi woman Jameelah Abbas Hameedi who was tortured in the notorious Abu Ghraib prison.

    At the end of the week-long hearing, the five-panel tribunal unanimously delivered guilty verdicts against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and their key legal advisors who were all convicted as war criminals for torture and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment.

    Full transcripts of the charges, witness statements and other relevant material will now be sent to the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, as well as the United Nations and the Security Council.

    The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission is also asking that the names of Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Gonzales, Yoo, Bybee, Addington and Haynes be entered and included in the Commission’s Register of War Criminals for public record.

    The tribunal is the initiative of Malaysia’s retired Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who staunchly opposed the American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003."

  • Who said anything about physcial violence?

    I'm a racist by your standards people that actually care and know me know better. I can't help it if your messiah is a total failure. Incompetent in his ability to govern a nation. And since I don't agree or support that moron you take advantage and call me a racist on here. If a man/woman believes in his/her convictions strongly enough to call someone or say something about that person then they need to be man/woman enough to do the same face to face without any fears.

    Your convictions are that of a coward. You support a coward that does the same things you do except in front of a TV camera where the lime light ho can appear tough. That's the amount of your resolve is to insult people but can't back anything you say. 

    And don't flatter yourself, you ain't worth jail time. You're gonna meet up with the wrong individual one day and say something stupid then karma will bite your a$$. I just hope they upload it to Youtube.

  • Why should I succumb to your threats of physical violence just because you can't hold your own on a public forum?  Really!  What is the $100 for?  You are still a pork swillin' racist regardless...and that is based on what YOU have posted here for a while.

  • In your wildest dreams you pork swillin' racist!

    I got a $100 dollars that says you wouldn't say that to my face....That's Tax Free Mr. wide-eyed Socialist...

  • Opps, I said unsupported assumption when it was in fact supported by the facts.

    When asked how Progress Texas concluded that most of the groups were not conservative. Political director Phillip Martin said that the statement was based on a May 12, 2013, Washington Post news story about a leaked report from the U.S. Treasury inspector general that the government released two days later.

    The Post story said that according to the report, "Of the 298 groups selected for special scrutiny ... 72 had ‘tea party’ in their title, 13 had ‘patriot’ and 11 had ‘9/12.’ " That equaled 96 groups, Martin said, or 32.2 percent of the declared 298.

  • pitchforkprotester, June 17, 2014 10:06AM

    "That's good.. Then there won't be a lot of money spent hauling his goat smell'n arse back to DC when he gets indiited for his crimes against America from his treasonous actions." 

    In your wildest dreams you pork swillin' racist!

  • Amid fallout from the IRS’s admission that it improperly targeted conservative groups, Democratic-leaning Progress Texas suggested the agency’s net was cast wider, tweeting that "2/3 of groups scrutinized were not conservatives." The group’s fraction appears to be an unsupported assumption tied to a government report saying that 96 of 298 IRS-scrutinized organizations, or about a third, had "tea party," "patriot" or "9/12" in their names. 

    The IRS apologized May 10, 2013, for singling out tax-exemption applications from groups whose names included "tea party," "patriot" or "9/12." The organizations were seeking exemption from federal taxes either as charitable groups with IRS designation 501(c)3 or as social welfare groups, which are allowed to engage in limited political activity without disclosing donors, under IRS designation 501(c)4.

    Since then, groups of varied political stripes including Progress Texas have spoken up to say their own applications drew extra scrutiny

    But according to the inspector general’s report, IRS workers were instructed to look for indications of applicants’ political views and activities, including some broad descriptions but also others aimed at conservatives.

    For instance, the report says staffers were asked to flag groups educating Americans about the Constitution, which is a stated goal of the 9/12 Project, an activist organization founded by conservative broadcaster Glenn Beck.

    According to the report, the IRS criteria included:

    "Political-sounding" names such as ‘We the People’ or ‘Take Back the Country’ "
    "Issues include government spending, government debt or taxes"
    "Education of the public by advocacy/lobbying to ‘make America a better place to live’ "
    "Statement in the case file criticize(s) how the country is being run"
    "Political, lobbying, or [general] advocacy" activities
    Involved in "limiting/expanding government, educating on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, social economic reform/movement"
    "Indicators of significant amounts of political campaign intervention"

    I think that the IRS SHOULD exercise its scrutiny with organizations who are seeking exemption from federal taxes either as charitable groups with IRS designation 501(c)3 or as social welfare groups, which are allowed to engage in limited political activity without disclosing donors, under IRS designation 501(c)4.  There are far too many Republican political lobbying organizations trying to cheat the system and steal money from our tax coffers.  **** them to H-E-double hockey sticks! 

  • You Republicans keep saying it's the Obama's administration and he is in charge. Well it was the Bush/Cheney administration and they were in charge and told their lies to get us into this god awful war. So they own it.... pure and simple.

     

     

     

  • if they let Bush/Cheney walk away after all they did

    You keep -on purpose is the only reasoin I can come up with, that is was all just Bush/Cheney. Of course I understand your blind faith, impossible to narrow a reason as to why but understandable.

    He has plenty if worries...

  • PFP...it'll never happen...if they let Bush/Cheney walk away after all they did...Obama has no worries.

  • Nope, western NC is what I heard. The Asheville area

    That's good.. Then there won't be a lot of money spent hauling his goat smell'n arse back to DC when he gets indiited for his crimes against America from his treasonous actions.

  • PP: "This guy ... (had) better move to a non-extradition country when his term is over."

    Nope, western NC is what I heard. The Asheville area.

  • It's the Democrats version of 18 minutes missing...At least Nixion had the decency to resign over his scandle.. This guy is just arrogantly stupid. He better move to a non-extradition country when his term is over.