Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11709 May 17, 2013
Wait till it's YOU Chicken Booty. IRS also targeted Hispanic groups.

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/201...

Uh oh.
And the Benghazi story/cover-up/murders are too sacred to discuss with you.


And thank you Synergy.
Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11710 May 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
If you turned off Fox Noise you'd realize that.
I'm watching the Congressional Hearings.

What are you doing?
Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11711 May 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
When asked WHY a conservative organization was STILL waiting, after 3 years, to get approved, that idiot replied, "We have had VERY POOR customer service". I am laughing while I'm typing this.
AFTER you pulled your hair out, right? I have a few left that I'm saving for the next one.
These hearings have been a walk thru an alternate universe.
ChicknButt

Decatur, GA

#11712 May 17, 2013
Death Panel wrote:
the Benghazi story/cover-up/murders are too sacred to discuss with you.
How about our 5,000 servicemen who died in Iraq and Afghanistan? Think that's worth talking about? What were they doing on the other side of the world? Who sent them there? What for?
BS Is Called

Dallas, TX

#11713 May 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Makers/Takers argument? And you want to call somebody ELSE a zombie?
<quoted text>
Um...
Who are you?
What's your point? Better yet, what is it that you want for your idealogy, that you don't already have?
BS Is Called

Dallas, TX

#11715 May 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
+1 They had all kinds of philosophies right after Obama won his first term. Since then....crickets.
They still have the same philosophies, they just have no clue of what they want in the end. This administration is no different than union leadership. Take what they can get, when they can get it, any way they can get it.
Danger zone

Snellville, GA

#11716 May 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL Great post. Also, TRUE.
Yes, it's true. The White House should be re-opened to the public for this very reason, automatic spending cuts should include "party night", not stopping WH tours... It's actually sickening.
Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11718 May 17, 2013
winning wrote:
<quoted text>I wish this country would just split up already. Good folks could live in peace and harmony
Would this mean our side wouldn't have to pay all the taxes for your side, any longer?

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11719 May 17, 2013
Death Panel wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm watching the Congressional Hearings.
What are you doing?
Me, too. It's UGLY. V-E-R-Y UGLY. I am beginning to wonder how deeply this is going to go.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11720 May 17, 2013
Death Panel wrote:
<quoted text>
AFTER you pulled your hair out, right? I have a few left that I'm saving for the next one.
These hearings have been a walk thru an alternate universe.
It's pretty chilling.

I saw Obama on something this morning....hmmm. Oh! I know. He got out of town, found a "friendly" audience and started telling them how he was ALL FOR the middle class. He received just a little polite applause.

His hair is SO white, it looks as if it snowed on his head this week.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11721 May 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
How about our 5,000 servicemen who died in Iraq and Afghanistan? Think that's worth talking about? What were they doing on the other side of the world? Who sent them there? What for?
Why are some STILL there and dying?

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11722 May 17, 2013
winning wrote:
<quoted text>Jealous are we? Look like you'll be gettin audited. We all know your losing butt wont be there. LMAO.
Wow! Now that is PROFOUND. Guess what? YOU won't be there, EITHER. LMBO

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#11724 May 17, 2013
winning wrote:
<quoted text>I wish this country would just split up already. Good folks could live in peace and harmony and you guys could kill each other.
That wouldn't work though. You'd have no one work like slaves. No sons to send off to fight and die in your wars and no black man to blame it on.
Another PROFOUND proclamation. lol Yeah, you libs just exist in peace and harmoney 24/7. If you think so, here's a newsflash. It's VIRTUAL.

Let's see...Yep! You included the Lib Play Book talking points:
1. The conservatives live on the backs of the working man.
2. The conservatives are war mongers.
3. The Race Card

Yep! You've been programmed and you haven't run out of juice, yet. Sooooooo predictible.
Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11725 May 17, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow! Now that is PROFOUND. Guess what? YOU won't be there, EITHER. LMBO
We'll all have to hang up our Gatsby get-ups for this soiree. Dang.
Dang dang double dang. Ah well, I'll be washing my couple of hairs that night, anyhoo.
guest

United States

#11726 May 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
How about our 5,000 servicemen who died in Iraq and Afghanistan? Think that's worth talking about? What were they doing on the other side of the world? Who sent them there? What for?
It's called selective amnesia or collective amnesia or collective/selective amnesia. The world started when Obama took office or some such silly nonsense. Whatever it's the same 'group think' M.O.-louder, longer and more and they win, ipso facto. The behavior isn't new you can see it on any schoolyard playground.
Death Panel

Ellijay, GA

#11728 May 17, 2013
winning wrote:
<quoted text>Your side???
All those ??? show some sort of recessive anger and outrage. Why the bitterness?
winning wrote:
Ok. You're probaly broker than anyone on here. LMAO.
Leave it to a liberal to concern themslf with other peoples bank accounts.
winning wrote:
Your side wouldn't make it a year to pay taxes for "your side".
Uhhhhhhhhhhh.....okay....... Translation please?
winning wrote:
The workers run this country.
I think it's time we revolt against these lazy fat rich folks and take back OUR country
Can you name 3 Founding Fathers? Alright, I'll go easy. 2. Can you name 2 Founding Fathers?
Bonus points for full names.
guest

United States

#11729 May 17, 2013
Ultra conservative 'groupthink'-
http://www.nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/2013/feb...
>In a recent speech to a conservative group, Scarborough observed,
"I think the debate has been stifled. It has been stifled because we have created this conservative groupthink over thirty years that has become more and more narrow. A conservative groupthink that would allow all of our primary presidential candidates being asked if they would take a 10-to-1 deal on spending cuts to taxes, and everybody’s afraid to talk. Everybody’s afraid to talk about regulation." JS
Find out about ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) and you'll see just how it gets organized. These poor fools on here just regurgitate what they are suppose to regurgitate.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#11731 May 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear Dipstick,
my original comment specified the voting patterns of "this region", something you might've known if you had made yourself aware of the complete conversation.
As someone recently quipped
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...imagine how vacant this thread would be if people only posted about what they know or was actually true.

Dear Lipstick,
This region consist of 12 counties, not 4. But then we've always known liberal socialists never count count.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#11732 May 17, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
<quoted text>
Some people like you will bring it up forever. You hate Obama, and the press tells you that "you've got something".
Most people are far less worried about it. They'd rather know that somebody cares about their home value. They'd rather know their job is secure. They'd rather know that middle-class issues are being improved upon.
<quoted text>
Do nothing president? I think what we have is a do-nothing Republican-led congress. What are the Republicans doing for our country? Voting for the THIRTY-SEVENTH time to repeal PPACA - even thought millions of Americans are already benefiting from it?
What else? Where is their legislation that makes life better for Americans?
<quoted text>
That's the thing about Republicans - they want heads on sticks. So whose head do you want on a stick? Which person in the IRS DO you want fired? That's an insane criticism and even you know it.
<quoted text>
So you'll B$tch at him if he says he'll cooperate, you'd B$tch at him if he didn't cooperate. You're a hater and nothing will make you happy unless some useless science-hating, loud-mouthed corporate-worshipping redneck republican fool is in office. Just admit it.
Chris Matthews said something anti-obama? Who cares? You seem caught up on the guy, I don't even know who he is.
<quoted text>
You just hate the guy with a passion. You've never once explained exactly why, other than whatever the excuse you can find for the day. It doesn't explain the root cause of your hatred.
Benghazi - some emails were edited before a statement was made. Big deal. Really - almost everybody in the country EXPECTS that information is considered and wording is considered before being released by the White House.
IRS - Not a thing. You do realize the IRS has over 100,000 employees, right? You expect that the POTUS should directly oversee what every single one of them is doing? Nuts.
AP - Who knows? We don't have enough information, and probably never will. So some Republican Congressional witch-hunters are poking Holder with a pitch-fork. It's all just a public show. If they just invited Holder into their office and said "hey-what's going on?" They would have gotten answers that included the classified security issues. Republicans are trying to make a showing in a politicized attempt to knock a couple percentage points off the Dems for the next election. They're trying to distract from the fact that they aren't doing ANYTHING useful for America.
I know in your heart that you truly believe that Obama should be tarred and feathered - but you need to come to terms with reality. You really should be writing letters to your Republican Congressional leaders begging them to quit with the tom-foolery and get serious about working for the American people again.

Two words for this post, Dumb and Dumber.

Completely uninformed.
Bored

Dawsonville, GA

#11734 May 17, 2013
Oh my wrote:
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2013 12:55 PM EDT
Joe Scarborough’s IRS hypocrisy
The MSNBC host is outraged about the Tea Party's treatment, but sought to "yank" NAACP's tax-exempt status in 2003
BY ALEX SEITZ-WALD
http://www.salon.com/2013/05/16/joe_scarborou...
This week, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough joined the chorus of those decrying the IRS for targeting Tea Party groups for extra scrutiny in applying for nonprofit status.“You can’t allow the government to tread on political speech,” Scarborough said.“The Internal Revenue Service — the taxman — to go after their political beliefs.… I can’t imagine much worse than this,” he added.
Targeting nonprofit groups because of their political beliefs is wrong — pretty much everyone agrees on that. So today’s Scarborough must be outraged by his 2003 self, which gave this monologue on his show “Scarborough Country” on July 13, 2003:
The leader of the NAACP bashes President Bush and the Republican Party. Why is this clearly partisan group still being funded by your tax dollars?[...]
[T]he NAACP continues to get a free ride off of taxpayers because of the tax-exempt status that’s conferred to them by our federal government, now, this despite the fact the NAACP produced and ran the most vicious campaign attack ad in the history of televised presidential campaign.[...]
As Americans, NAACP members are free to speak their mind any time, day or night. But they shouldn’t be getting a tax-free ride on the backs of hard-working Americans who don’t get such preferential treatment. President Bush and members of Congress should have the guts to yank the tax-exempt status away from these left-wing activists. And while they’re at it, take away the tax exempt status of any right-wing activist who thumb their noses at the law as brazenly as does the NAACP.
In a broad sense, Scarborough was right. Blatantly political groups should not be protected by a tax-exempt status that lets them conceal their donors (even official political groups, organized under section 527 of the tax code, are tax-exempt, but they are regulated by the FEC and have to disclose lots of information).
But at least the NAACP has a clear social mission outside of politics. It’s impossible to say the same of many of the 510(c)4 groups like the ones the IRS targeted. For instance, what does the Karl Rove-linked Crossroads GPS do aside from run ads attacking Democrats? Not much.
Ironically, Scarborough was trying to argue in his 2003 monologue that the IRS used a double standard in questioning the tax-exempt status of the Christian Coalition but not the NAACP. The IRS and the Christian-right group fought a protracted legal battle over its tax-exempt status, while the tax agency did open an investigation into the NAACP after the 2004 election.
In 2000, a number of lawmakers, including Scarborough, a former Florida Republican congressman, along with Sen. Susan Collins and former Sen. Strom Thurmond forwarded requests from constituents to the IRS asking that the agency look into the NAACP’s tax-exempt status. The lawmakers did not make the request themselves.

You're just like IO, you think people will read the long post crap you put here. NOT SO!

I read maybe 1 or 2 lines and thought....What the heck is this boy smoking or drinking.

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