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Since: Aug 12

Atlanta, GA

#1 Jun 5, 2013
Just over a year ago Democrats railed against Arizona constituents for passing what Dems viewed to be an immigration law based on profiling. Democrats railed against the airport security profiling.
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Yet now, they whole-heartedly support it, just so long as itís the IRS doing it as a punitive measure against their opponents.†
just sayin

Lima, OH

#2 Jun 5, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Just over a year ago Democrats railed against Arizona constituents for passing what Dems viewed to be an immigration law based on profiling. Democrats railed against the airport security profiling.
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Yet now, they whole-heartedly support it, just so long as itís the IRS doing it as a punitive measure against their opponents.†
Who says they support it? People will no doubt lose their jobs over this! An investigation is certainly warranted! However, making it out to be "Watergate" seems extreme!

It just seems ballzy to me, to apply for a tax exemption that you clearly don't qualify for, then file charges that you were harassed! Kinda like, if I went in to rob the bank, then bitched that the teller was rude!
just sayin

Lima, OH

#3 Jun 5, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Just over a year ago Democrats railed against Arizona constituents for passing what Dems viewed to be an immigration law based on profiling. Democrats railed against the airport security profiling.
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Yet now, they whole-heartedly support it, just so long as itís the IRS doing it as a punitive measure against their opponents.†
I asked you this question point blank either Monday or Tuesday...it was, as is typical, side stepped:

On what grounds do you believe a Tea Party group would qualify for the 501c3 exemption?

Please do tell!
Rush Says

Lima, OH

#4 Jun 5, 2013
just sayin wrote:
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I asked you this question point blank either Monday or Tuesday...it was, as is typical, side stepped:
On what grounds do you believe a Tea Party group would qualify for the 501c3 exemption?
Please do tell!
He'll most assuredly dodge that question with an offtopic sports rant. As usual...
Repukes are all FOR profiling, until someone points it back at them.
Funny, eh?
XD
just sayin

Lima, OH

#5 Jun 5, 2013
Rush Says wrote:
<quoted text>He'll most assuredly dodge that question with an offtopic sports rant. As usual...
Repukes are all FOR profiling, until someone points it back at them.
Funny, eh?
XD
Spot-on once again, my friend!:)

Since: Aug 12

Stone Mountain, GA

#6 Jun 5, 2013
just sayin wrote:
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Who says they support it? People will no doubt lose their jobs over this! An investigation is certainly warranted! However, making it out to be "Watergate" seems extreme!
It just seems ballzy to me, to apply for a tax exemption that you clearly don't qualify for, then file charges that you were harassed! Kinda like, if I went in to rob the bank, then bitched that the teller was rude!
Polls clearly show that democrats support it.
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Its a law that democrats certainly do put to use. The idea of it is that money that's donated is already taxed and paid by the donater and shouldn't be taxed yet again.... get it? As i said. Dems dont have a problem putting that law to use. Why are conservatives hassled so much? Ohhh. Yeah that's right. Why not put 12, 13, or more guys on the football field if you can get away with it?

Since: Aug 12

Stone Mountain, GA

#7 Jun 5, 2013
just sayin wrote:
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I asked you this question point blank either Monday or Tuesday...it was, as is typical, side stepped:
On what grounds do you believe a Tea Party group would qualify for the 501c3 exemption?
Please do tell!
Quite a petulant self answerable question wouldn't you agree? Double taxation is just finebif its on conservatives..... right king george?
just sayin

Lima, OH

#8 Jun 6, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Quite a petulant self answerable question wouldn't you agree? Double taxation is just finebif its on conservatives..... right king george?
So you're telling me Tea Party groups do a lot of donating to needy charities? How is that? Like what?
just sayin

Lima, OH

#9 Jun 6, 2013
...you don't even have to be that specific...just give me a "for instance" of what charities a Tea Party group, or political groups in general, would support?

You may be correct, that the idea is double taxation, but I don't know if I believe that! If you itemize your charity contribution it would not be taxed, so why would that be double taxation?

Churches get the 501c3 exemption, with the understanding that they not try to sway elections! It's about seperating religion and politics, not "double taxation". The clause states the group is to contribute to "social welfare"! Or, the welfare of society! Doesn't say anything about literal donations to charities! That would not be the case with a church receiving this tax exemption! It would be due to their charitable works!

I could never pin point a year, but I believe the details of this tax exemption were written nearly 100 years ago!

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#10 Jun 6, 2013
The NAACP doesn't exactly have a gold star record when it comes to organization funds. They used tax-exempt contributions to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars of hush money to the mistress of then-executive director Benjamin F. Chavis Jr.
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Find a tea party organization that's managed that, and i'll understand the IRS conducting a three-year proctology exam on conservative groups.†

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#11 Jun 6, 2013
just sayin wrote:
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So you're telling me Tea Party groups do a lot of donating to needy charities? How is that? Like what?
All those people were up there for congessional hearings. The group for marriage was just one I can think of off the top of my head. Yeah.... that's not nearly as righteous as Acorn --- advising young girls how to conduct business as whores and a young man to be a pimp.
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Quite judgmental aren't we king George?

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#12 Jun 6, 2013
Don't tell me acorn was shut down either. Everyone knows those people just splintered out and are doing the same thing as what they were doing before and still never have a problem nor a worry regarding the IRS!
just sayin

Lima, OH

#13 Jun 6, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Don't tell me acorn was shut down either. Everyone knows those people just splintered out and are doing the same thing as what they were doing before and still never have a problem nor a worry regarding the IRS!
Sorry, I just think you're full of it, if you believe the reason some groups get the tax exemption is due to being double taxed on charity donations! If churches are found to be involved in lobbying and/or promoting certain political campaigns, they can lose their 501c3 status too!

To your point, the exemption IS meant to let members of a church know their personal donations to the church will not be taxed again. But it's got nothing to do with the charity donations in money given by the exempt group themselves.

It was meant to keep religion out of politics. But may would argue now, it's more like the gov is subsidizing religion by offering these hefty tax breaks.

You can't tell me the Tea Party or ANY political party has a main non-political focus of doing charity work! And if that's not their main focus, they, nor any other mainly political group, should qualify!

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#14 Jun 6, 2013
Then explain why the Acorns are tax exempt?

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#15 Jun 6, 2013
Explain why donor lists get transmitted to arch enemies? I would think you know personally how many years in the jug that warrwnts just from the type of work you're in.
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Or are irs workers just the CHOSEN ones that laws don't apply to? Huh king george?

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#16 Jun 6, 2013
Some of these tax-exemt organizations are not about charity, but rather "education." And that is a permissable use of a tax-exemt status. Our local tea party organization has distributed copies of the Constitution to high school seniors, they've had information meetings on issues such as fracking, etc. That's also why organizations such as ACORN can obtain tax-exempt status, because they are an "educational" organization.
Rush Says

Lima, OH

#17 Jun 6, 2013
So Kenne, how does it feel to have another one of your paranoid, overly dramatic conspiracy theories blown right out of the water by, GASP!!!
Another conservative...
LOL

Since: Aug 12

Atlanta, GA

#18 Jun 6, 2013
Rush Says wrote:
So Kenne, how does it feel to have another one of your paranoid, overly dramatic conspiracy theories blown right out of the water by, GASP!!!
Another conservative...
LOL
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Since I'm not a GENIASS in regard to tax laws and since you dont know what the WB does for a living, im going to trust what she says about it. Not like YOU are somehow winning, dumbass....
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Of course I could personally tell you about corporate taxes and double taxation. Since I live out of state and the byzantine state of ohio has byzantine corporate tax laws, I have the priviledge of paying corporate tax on my 'supposed' pass thru corporation. AND THEN... pay tax again on distributions if there's anything left over. Gee dumbass, I really wonder why theres no jobs headin to ohio.... Its very safe to assume there's a lot of other double taxation going on as well.
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By the way, the NAACP openly engages in partisan activity, such as a current weeks long protest of Republican legislators in North Carolina. Feel free to explain the charity there....or educational attributes that make them tax exempt.
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A word of advice to you hyper partisan low information voters trying to defend the IRS. Any devoted true-crime TV viewer can tell you that when you're caught red-handed, it's never a good defense to say, "Why would I be so stupid to kill my wife right after taking out a huge life insurance policy on her?"†
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Yep...You were that stupid.......AND you got caught.†
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Dont forget I'm waiting for yours and WBs interpretation of Acorns educational attributes.... teachin girls to be hoes and guys to be pimps....? very righteous and noble huh...
Rush Says

Lima, OH

#19 Jun 7, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Not like YOU are somehow winning, dumbass.
Oh, but that's where you're wrong, Kenne. See, I am winning. In a huge way...
As usual, you're just too dense, stubborn, and greedy to notice. XD
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Now hurry up and pay for my free Obamanet like a good little "producer class" GENIASS! LOL

Since: May 13

Chicago, IL

#20 Jun 7, 2013
UdintBuildThat wrote:
The NAACP doesn't exactly have a gold star record when it comes to organization funds. They used tax-exempt contributions to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars of hush money to the mistress of then-executive director Benjamin F. Chavis Jr.
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Find a tea party organization that's managed that, and i'll understand the IRS conducting a three-year proctology exam on conservative groups.†
How many requests were denied?

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