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Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#1 May 6, 2013
In the wake of the Boston Bombings, media commentators, academic experts and Obama administration officials exhibited classic signs of the five stages of liberal grief when faced with a mass casualty terrorist attack:

Stage 1 Anger: Whoever did this was obviously a right wing, Tea Party-affiliated, patriot, militant, white, religious, Republican, tax-protesting, NRA-loving gun nut.

Stage 2 Self Righteousness: Anyone who assumes that this tragedy was perpetrated by Muslim extremists is engaging in the worst form of racial profiling, jumping to conclusions based on no evidence whatever, and is undoubtedly a racist Islamophobe.

Stage 3 Bargaining: The fact that the bombers were committed Muslims is incidental to the acts they committed. We have no idea what their motive was; it could be anything. There is really no basis for knowing. We may never know.

Stage 4 Denial: This was an isolated incident of lone wolf terrorism unconnected to anything that could possibly imply that the Obama administration had let down its guard or overlooked obvious signs of imminent attack by an international terrorist conspiracy. Whatever the terrorists intended to do, they failed.

Stage 5 Acceptance: The Boston bombing was not an act of terrorism. It was a series of man-caused sports-related injuries.
http://rare.us/story/the-boston-bombing-and-t...

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#2 May 6, 2013
In my balanced opinion.

NRA stating that if people had guns in Boston, all would be well. Nothing like meyham and people shooting like Yosemite Sam. Hilarious.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#3 May 6, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
In the wake of the Boston Bombings, media commentators, academic experts and Obama administration officials exhibited classic signs of the five stages of liberal grief when faced with a mass casualty terrorist attack:
Stage 1 Anger: Whoever did this was obviously a right wing, Tea Party-affiliated, patriot, militant, white, religious, Republican, tax-protesting, NRA-loving gun nut.
Stage 2 Self Righteousness: Anyone who assumes that this tragedy was perpetrated by Muslim extremists is engaging in the worst form of racial profiling, jumping to conclusions based on no evidence whatever, and is undoubtedly a racist Islamophobe.
Stage 3 Bargaining: The fact that the bombers were committed Muslims is incidental to the acts they committed. We have no idea what their motive was; it could be anything. There is really no basis for knowing. We may never know.
Stage 4 Denial: This was an isolated incident of lone wolf terrorism unconnected to anything that could possibly imply that the Obama administration had let down its guard or overlooked obvious signs of imminent attack by an international terrorist conspiracy. Whatever the terrorists intended to do, they failed.
Stage 5 Acceptance: The Boston bombing was not an act of terrorism. It was a series of man-caused sports-related injuries.
http://rare.us/story/the-boston-bombing-and-t...
Readers on the unmarried mother's thread justifying them receiving over $100,000. in entitlements. I knew it wouldn't take her long.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#4 May 6, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Readers on the unmarried mother's thread justifying them receiving over $100,000. in entitlements. I knew it wouldn't take her long.
What is the total in your happy family so far? Didn't your stepson and his hoochie mama just score almost $8,000?

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#5 May 6, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Readers on the unmarried mother's thread justifying them receiving over $100,000. in entitlements. I knew it wouldn't take her long.
Can you get absolution in your church?

How much does it take for bearing false witness?

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#6 May 6, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Can you get absolution in your church?
How much does it take for bearing false witness?
100,000 hail Marys and 50,000 our fathers, of course.

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#7 May 6, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Can you get absolution in your church?
How much does it take for bearing false witness?
Look who's talking...

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#8 May 6, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Can you get absolution in your church?
How much does it take for bearing false witness?
I think one false accusation does it.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#9 May 6, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
In the wake of the Boston Bombings, media commentators, academic experts and Obama administration officials exhibited classic signs of the five stages of liberal grief when faced with a mass casualty terrorist attack:
Stage 1 Anger: Whoever did this was obviously a right wing, Tea Party-affiliated, patriot, militant, white, religious, Republican, tax-protesting, NRA-loving gun nut.
Stage 2 Self Righteousness: Anyone who assumes that this tragedy was perpetrated by Muslim extremists is engaging in the worst form of racial profiling, jumping to conclusions based on no evidence whatever, and is undoubtedly a racist Islamophobe.
Stage 3 Bargaining: The fact that the bombers were committed Muslims is incidental to the acts they committed. We have no idea what their motive was; it could be anything. There is really no basis for knowing. We may never know.
Stage 4 Denial: This was an isolated incident of lone wolf terrorism unconnected to anything that could possibly imply that the Obama administration had let down its guard or overlooked obvious signs of imminent attack by an international terrorist conspiracy. Whatever the terrorists intended to do, they failed.
Stage 5 Acceptance: The Boston bombing was not an act of terrorism. It was a series of man-caused sports-related injuries.
http://rare.us/story/the-boston-bombing-and-t...
Spin. Sports-related injuries?! BS

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#10 May 6, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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Spin. Sports-related injuries?! BS
Just like Fort Hood was called workplace violence by the Pentagon.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

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#11 May 6, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Just like Fort Hood was called workplace violence by the Pentagon.
Exactly. Lucky I am on the iPhone or I might go on a rant LOL. Media sanitizing of reality sucks.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#12 May 6, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Can you get absolution in your church?
How much does it take for bearing false witness?
Maybe you run to your faux, abortion approving pastor for absolution.....guarantee you'll get it for anything from him or her.

My God is living and with me. He sees us all

Go back and read what you wrote about the bombers and their families getting entitlements.

Since: Oct 10

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#13 May 6, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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What is the total in your happy family so far? Didn't your stepson and his hoochie mama just score almost $8,000?
Hoochie mama? Isn't that a little harsh for a single mother who has had one sexual partner in her 24 years of life? Why are you so demeaning to someone you never met? Don't belittle her because you dislike me. Would you say that about your daughter? Surely even you can be more benevolent than that, Johnson.

My stepson receives zero. Paid child support is not deductible for him and he does not claim the child on his tax return, which I prepare.

The child's mother does receive a large EIC credit, netting her a gain of $4169.00 on her federal return and $537.00 on her state, for a grand total of $5,706.00 gain on her tax returns. Add in what she had had withheld, federal and state, from her wages, and it came to $7,861.00.

And both of these parents work full time.

Now times that by all the single mother's with one or MORE children and try to imagine the burden on the taxpayer's. And the same EIC credit applies to married couples. Many with three or more children receive more money back then what they have paid in. Even with both parents working.

Single people with low income also receive the EIC credit.

So marriage is not the 'magic key' that you all seem to think it is.

My point all along has been the EIC credit is unaffordable and congress should past one law:

No one can receive an amount larger than what they have had withheld or paid into the federal tax coffers. It is unsustainable and we have a $17 TRILLION dollar debt.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#14 May 6, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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Exactly. Lucky I am on the iPhone or I might go on a rant LOL. Media sanitizing of reality sucks.
And yet, it will continue to be the norm.(lol I almost capitalized that)
They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#15 May 6, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
In my balanced opinion.
NRA stating that if people had guns in Boston, all would be well. Nothing like meyham and people shooting like Yosemite Sam. Hilarious.
That applies to the law enforcement parasites that fired over two hundred rounds atto the two muslims and the only one killed was the older brother and not by gun fire but.by his younger brother driving over him.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#16 May 6, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Just like Fort Hood was called workplace violence by the Pentagon.
We must be PC. Even if it is all BS.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#17 May 6, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Maybe you run to your faux, abortion approving pastor for absolution.....guarantee you'll get it for anything from him or her.
My God is living and with me. He sees us all
Go back and read what you wrote about the bombers and their families getting entitlements.
I know what I said. Apparently you would rather focus on entitlements than killing people.

Interesting value system you have.

But, I would remind you that you are neitherthe Pope, nor ordained, nor a seminarian, nor any other person charged with credentialling members of the ministry. So you need to curb your tongue the next time your are tempted to call a licensed, credentialed and ordained person a faux pastor. Ask your minister to explain it to you.
Oliver Canterberry

New Albany, OH

#18 May 6, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Hoochie mama? Isn't that a little harsh for a single mother who has had one sexual partner in her 24 years of life? Why are you so demeaning to someone you never met? Don't belittle her because you dislike me. Would you say that about your daughter? Surely even you can be more benevolent than that, Johnson.
My stepson receives zero. Paid child support is not deductible for him and he does not claim the child on his tax return, which I prepare.
The child's mother does receive a large EIC credit, netting her a gain of $4169.00 on her federal return and $537.00 on her state, for a grand total of $5,706.00 gain on her tax returns. Add in what she had had withheld, federal and state, from her wages, and it came to $7,861.00.
And both of these parents work full time.
Now times that by all the single mother's with one or MORE children and try to imagine the burden on the taxpayer's. And the same EIC credit applies to married couples. Many with three or more children receive more money back then what they have paid in. Even with both parents working.
Single people with low income also receive the EIC credit.
So marriage is not the 'magic key' that you all seem to think it is.
My point all along has been the EIC credit is unaffordable and congress should past one law:
No one can receive an amount larger than what they have had withheld or paid into the federal tax coffers. It is unsustainable and we have a $17 TRILLION dollar debt.
Thank you for your insightful and well written EIC post. I learned more about EIC in your post than I have in many years of research on the subject. Not only did you explain the mechanics of EIC, I loved your application that this sort of practice is unsustainable.

Since: Apr 13

Columbus, OH

#19 May 6, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Hoochie mama? Isn't that a little harsh for a single mother who has had one sexual partner in her 24 years of life? Why are you so demeaning to someone you never met? Don't belittle her because you dislike me. Would you say that about your daughter? Surely even you can be more benevolent than that, Johnson.
My stepson receives zero. Paid child support is not deductible for him and he does not claim the child on his tax return, which I prepare.
The child's mother does receive a large EIC credit, netting her a gain of $4169.00 on her federal return and $537.00 on her state, for a grand total of $5,706.00 gain on her tax returns. Add in what she had had withheld, federal and state, from her wages, and it came to $7,861.00.
And both of these parents work full time.
Now times that by all the single mother's with one or MORE children and try to imagine the burden on the taxpayer's. And the same EIC credit applies to married couples. Many with three or more children receive more money back then what they have paid in. Even with both parents working.
Single people with low income also receive the EIC credit.
So marriage is not the 'magic key' that you all seem to think it is.
My point all along has been the EIC credit is unaffordable and congress should past one law:
No one can receive an amount larger than what they have had withheld or paid into the federal tax coffers. It is unsustainable and we have a $17 TRILLION dollar debt.
First off, how do you, with no doubt, know she only had 1 sexual experience to that point? Girls lie about being virgins like guys lie about their prowess.

Next, unless your scheming son-in-law or his hoochie mama (probably both) fails to meet the following requirements, your schemer can claim a tax credit

Claiming Your Child as a Dependent
Generally, because of the residency test, a child of divo
rced or separated parents is the qualifying child of the custodial parent. However, the child will be treated as the qualifying child (for the purposes of claiming a dependency exemption and the child tax credit, but not for the earned income credit) of the noncustodial parent if all four of the following statements are true:
1. The parents:
a. are divorced or legally separated under a decree of divorce or separate maintenance,
b. are separated under a written separation agreement, or
c.
lived apart at all times during the last 6 months of the year, whether or not they are or were married.
2. The child received over half of his or her support for the year from the parents.
3. The child is in the custody of one or both parents for more than half of the year.
4. The noncustodial parent attaches a Form 8332, or similar statement containing the same information required by the form, to his or her return. The form must be signed by the custodial parent.(See special rules in Publication 17 for a pre-1985 or post-1984 and pre-2009 divorce decree or separation agreement.)
See Publication 17 for additional rules for claiming an exemption for a dependent.
http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4449.pdf

So either you and your schemer are ignorant or he is shacking up with her, the equation doesn't match the law.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#20 May 7, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
<quoted text>
Hoochie mama? Isn't that a little harsh for a single mother who has had one sexual partner in her 24 years of life? Why are you so demeaning to someone you never met? Don't belittle her because you dislike me. Would you say that about your daughter? Surely even you can be more benevolent than that, Johnson.
My stepson receives zero. Paid child support is not deductible for him and he does not claim the child on his tax return, which I prepare.
The child's mother does receive a large EIC credit, netting her a gain of $4169.00 on her federal return and $537.00 on her state, for a grand total of $5,706.00 gain on her tax returns. Add in what she had had withheld, federal and state, from her wages, and it came to $7,861.00.
And both of these parents work full time.
Now times that by all the single mother's with one or MORE children and try to imagine the burden on the taxpayer's. And the same EIC credit applies to married couples. Many with three or more children receive more money back then what they have paid in. Even with both parents working.
Single people with low income also receive the EIC credit.
So marriage is not the 'magic key' that you all seem to think it is.
My point all along has been the EIC credit is unaffordable and congress should past one law:
No one can receive an amount larger than what they have had withheld or paid into the federal tax coffers. It is unsustainable and we have a $17 TRILLION dollar debt.
She works full-time? Because I just ran the numbers and keyed in $11,000 as total income. I got this:

Based on the information you provided, you may be eligible to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit and your estimated credit amount for 2012 could be $3,160.

http://apps.irs.gov/app/eitc2012/Forward_Inco...

Now, this chart for state EITC is interesting:

http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/States-and-Loc...
Seriouslady wrote:
<quoted text>The child's mother does receive a large EIC credit, netting her a gain of $4169.00 on her federal return and $537.00 on her state, for a grand total of $5,706.00 gain on her tax returns. Add in what she had had withheld, federal and state, from her wages, and it came to $7,861.00.
For reference, here are the EITC averages by state:

http://www.eitc.irs.gov/central/eitcstats/

Even in my poorest of days, I never saw a credit like she got. Tell me how you prepared her taxes, would you? And tell her she's welcome! I'd hate to think the young couple might have gotten married and missed out on some of the goodies!

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