Treasury Secretary: From Tax Cheat t...
Vagrooter

Rolla, MO

#21 Feb 23, 2013
Bob the Buckeye wrote:
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Keep up the good work.
There's old Bob, the hose huffer.
Vagrooter

Rolla, MO

#22 Feb 23, 2013
the Hoosier Hose Huffer.
Bob the Buckeye

Greeneville, TN

#23 Feb 23, 2013
Vagrooter wrote:
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There's old Bob, the hose huffer.
You need to sharpen up your game, boy.
Bob the Buckeye

Rolla, MO

#24 Feb 23, 2013
killa is my friend

and I need a gullet full of his warm manly essence
Bob the Suckguy

Rolla, MO

#25 Feb 23, 2013
throw some lovin my way, killa
Florida

Rolla, MO

#26 Feb 24, 2013
crotch crickets wrote:
The Teabaggers' false-outrage that Jack Lew invested some of his money — and he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund is amusing. They pretend it to be a huge “gotcha” because President Obama accused Mitt Romney of sheltering much of his fortune overseas.
Unfortunately, this argument backfires on the GOP because Lew has actually advocates policies against his own interest, unlike the GOP. Lew said in the hearings that he wanted to reform the tax code to push investment here in the United States, i.e., close the Cayman advantage.
His testimony yesterday was so impressive that it was even praised by Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, who started the hearing as a critic. Sorry, killa, you are going to have to find someone else to pick on — Jack Lew is pretty much the most upstanding guy in government.
You mean the same false outrage when someone takes a drink of water during a response to a liberal speech? Maybe the same false outrage you wrote here....now I will admire, Jack Lewis is probably more upstanding then the person who nominated him for this position but not "in government"
John

Rolla, MO

#27 Feb 24, 2013
Florida wrote:
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You mean the same false outrage when someone takes a drink of water during a response to a liberal speech? Maybe the same false outrage you wrote here....now I will admire, Jack Lewis is probably more upstanding then the person who nominated him for this position but not "in government"
Lewis? That isn't even his name.

You don't know anything of the people or the situation in this discussion.

And work on then and than, Fool.
Florida

Rolla, MO

#28 Feb 24, 2013
John wrote:
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Lewis? That isn't even his name.
You don't know anything of the people or the situation in this discussion.
And work on then and than, Fool.
Unfortunately, I'm not as perfect as you. Spell ahead is turned on and I failed to proff read. I'm so sorry to upset your perfection. Then again, I'm willing to admit my mistakes, learn from them, and use them to move ahead. Better the fool that learns then (not than) the fool who writes.
John

Rolla, MO

#29 Feb 24, 2013
Florida wrote:
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Unfortunately, I'm not as perfect as you. Spell ahead is turned on and I failed to proff read. I'm so sorry to upset your perfection. Then again, I'm willing to admit my mistakes, learn from them, and use them to move ahead. Better the fool that learns then (not than) the fool who writes.
proofread, not proff read
than, not then
You write like you do and folks know you are a dummy.
Apologize some more so we can have more laughs.
Florida

Rolla, MO

#30 Feb 26, 2013
John wrote:
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proofread, not proff read
than, not then
You write like you do and folks know you are a dummy.
Apologize some more so we can have more laughs.
You obviously don't understand sarcasm nor does your humility take any role in your life. You fit right in with Obama and his cronies. If you can't fight the facts then insult the provider. Laugh all you want because that is all you and your kind are capable of, besides runnng what was once a great nation into the ground. The thread was about the Treasury Secretary and you choose to redirect it to others. Why? Because you can't fight the topic if it's true. Go ahead now. Show us who the fool caller is. As Dale Carnegie once wrote, "any fool can criticize, condem and complain - and most do." You seem to be the poster child.
John

Rolla, MO

#31 Feb 26, 2013
Florida wrote:
<quoted text>
You obviously don't understand sarcasm nor does your humility take any role in your life. You fit right in with Obama and his cronies. If you can't fight the facts then insult the provider. Laugh all you want because that is all you and your kind are capable of, besides runnng what was once a great nation into the ground. The thread was about the Treasury Secretary and you choose to redirect it to others. Why? Because you can't fight the topic if it's true. Go ahead now. Show us who the fool caller is. As Dale Carnegie once wrote, "any fool can criticize, condem and complain - and most do." You seem to be the poster child.
You obviously can't read either, self-righteous dummy.

The Teabaggers' false-outrage that Jack Lew invested some of his money — and he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund is amusing. They pretend it to be a huge “gotcha” because President Obama accused Mitt Romney of sheltering much of his fortune overseas.

Unfortunately, this argument backfires on the GOP because Lew has actually advocates policies against his own interest, unlike the GOP. Lew said in the hearings that he wanted to reform the tax code to push investment here in the United States, i.e., close the Cayman advantage.

His testimony yesterday was so impressive that it was even praised by Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, who started the hearing as a critic. Sorry, killa, you are going to have to find someone else to pick on — Jack Lew is pretty much the most upstanding guy in government.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#32 Feb 26, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously can't read either, self-righteous dummy.

The Teabaggers' false-outrage that Jack Lew invested some of his money — and he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund is amusing. They pretend it to be a huge “gotcha” because President Obama accused Mitt Romney of sheltering much of his fortune overseas.

Unfortunately, this argument backfires on the GOP because Lew has actually advocates policies against his own interest, unlike the GOP. Lew said in the hearings that he wanted to reform the tax code to push investment here in the United States, i.e., close the Cayman advantage.

His testimony yesterday was so impressive that it was even praised by Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, who started the hearing as a critic. Sorry, killa, you are going to have to find someone else to pick on — Jack Lew is pretty much the most upstanding guy in government.
"he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund". Buahahahaha.
John

Rolla, MO

#33 Feb 26, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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"he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund". Buahahahaha.
Do you type with your elbows?

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#34 Feb 26, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>Do you type with your elbows?
Copy and paste Corky
MrRight

Rolla, MO

#35 Feb 26, 2013
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
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Copy and paste Corky
And you can't even do THAT correctly.
Florida

Rolla, MO

#36 Feb 27, 2013
Lets see. Advocating policies against owns interest, or doing one thing while talking agains t it, or hypocracy. Yea, that's it, hypocracy. There, I think they're all spelled right, I think they all mean right. Doesn't matter if you are a Dem, Repub or Tea Party, hypocracy is hypocracy. That could only be interpreted as impressive by another hypocrate.
farkle

Rolla, MO

#37 Feb 27, 2013
you Teabags have selective blindness...

The Teabaggers' false-outrage that Jack Lew invested some of his money — and he doesn’t seem to have very much of it — in a Cayman Islands fund is amusing. They pretend it to be a huge “gotcha” because President Obama accused Mitt Romney of sheltering much of his fortune overseas.

Unfortunately, this argument backfires on the GOP because Lew has actually advocates policies against his own interest, unlike the GOP. Lew said in the hearings that he wanted to reform the tax code to push investment here in the United States, i.e., close the Cayman advantage.

His testimony yesterday was so impressive that it was even praised by Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, who started the hearing as a critic. Sorry, killa, you are going to have to find someone else to pick on — Jack Lew is pretty much the most upstanding guy in government.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#38 Feb 27, 2013
It makes me laugh every time you defend it because 'it's not very much.' Is that like murdering someone a little bit?
killa the boofoo

Rolla, MO

#40 Feb 27, 2013
In a sensible world, Lew would say what everyone in the financial world already understands, which is that the Cayman Islands are an excellent, fully legal, tax-neutral platform for investment funds because 1) there’s no added layer of tax, 2) there’s good rule of law, and, 3) foreigners can invest in the American economy without creating any nexus with the IRS.

But we don't live in a sensible world because the right-wing hypocrites are a bunch of idiots.
And time democrat

Warrensburg, MO

#41 Feb 27, 2013
killa the boofoo wrote:
In a sensible world, Lew would say what everyone in the financial world already understands, which is that the Cayman Islands are an excellent, fully legal, tax-neutral platform for investment funds because 1) there’s no added layer of tax, 2) there’s good rule of law, and, 3) foreigners can invest in the American economy without creating any nexus with the IRS.
But we don't live in a sensible world because the right-wing hypocrites are a bunch of idiots.
Another liberal post !

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