Regardless of (c)4 or (c)5 classification, I am illustrating the complete hypocrisy of those who see no problem with labor unions spending millions of their members dues to exert the union's influence on political candidates and campaigns, while at the same time seeing no problem with the IRS targeting organizations for nothing more than their points of view that happen to be at variance with the current administration. That many of you on the Left cannot see the inherent danger in an arm of the federal govt with the power the IRS has picking and choosing based on perceived political viewpoint who they will help and who they will harass merely illustrates how blinded you are by your ideology.<quoted text>
And how is that different than any trade organization spending a portion of it's members dues on political advocacy, as a member of a trade organization a member has one vote, do you think that the board of any trade org does things that all members agree with.
Tell us, when a public sector employee is paid, is that money not their own to with as they see fit. Why is it significant that public sector employees are paid by the taxpayers, are you suggesting that public sectors have a special obligation to the rest of us as to how they spend what they earn.
Fortunately, you on here are not reflective of the viewpoints of most on the Left who actually do understand the implications of this scandal. Jon Stewart may be a comedian, but he does have a talent for putting things into simple to understand perspective. Pardon the bleeped profanities.