Antiabortion bill would have the IRS verify rape

Jan 22, 2014 Full story: The Washington Post 14

Rep. Christopher Smith sponsor of the "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act." The IRS is good at a lot of things - sending out tax refunds, giving tax credits for child-care expenses and deductions for charitable contributions, and helping taxpayers file their income tax returns for free.

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Southampton, NY

#1 Jan 22, 2014
The IRS has been raping the successful hard working tax-payer for almost 100 years now
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#2 Jan 22, 2014
IRS Violation wrote:
The IRS has been raping the successful hard working tax-payer for almost 100 years now
That's strange, I've been dealing with the IRS all my adult life
and never felt raped. In fact, whether I have been in the right or the wrong
vis-a-vis taxes (sometimes I owe more, sometimes less) the IRS has
always fair with me.

Who are all these hard-working people people who feel so put upon?
Or do you just speak for yourself?
And for good reason, like you're a tax evader, tax fraud, or something?
Usually, those who hate the IRS the most are the ones who have been
the most dishonest and have gotten themselves into a real bind. Then,
instead of blaming themselves for their own stupidity, they blame
government.

Just wondering.
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#3 Jan 22, 2014
IRS Violation wrote:
The IRS has been raping the successful hard working tax-payer for almost 100 years now
Your comment demeans yourself, demeans the IRS, demeans women (and men) who have been raped and is ignorant.

What idiocy all around from the idiotic republicant Smith and those democrats (and women) who voted for such idiocy.

America be not proud.
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#4 Jan 22, 2014
It was more productive, more constructive talking to the IRS today, than six weeks of trying to unenroll from Blue Shield as I am now signed up for cheaper health care and I keep my doctor.

But this "verifying rape job" is not for the IRS. Shame.
Bob

Middleton, WI

#5 Jan 23, 2014
IRS Violation wrote:
The IRS has been raping the successful hard working tax-payer for almost 100 years now
So...Bernie Madoff was a successful hard working tax-payer to .What's your claim to fame?
IRS Violation

Southampton, NY

#6 Jan 23, 2014
Bob wrote:
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So...Bernie Madoff was a successful hard working tax-payer to .What's your claim to fame?
I co-invented the internet, and was also an inspiration for the novel "Love Story". Then I co-authored a book of lies about global warming. What's yours? Anchor man on the daisy-chain at your local bath house?
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#7 Jan 23, 2014
So where on the 1040 form will they put this checkbox ?

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#8 Jan 23, 2014
Hedley Lamar....."What are your qualifications?"
Bad Guy...."R ape, murder, arson and R ape"
Hedley....."you said r ape twice?"
Bad guy...." I like R ape"
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#9 Jan 23, 2014
They could employ the Republican ex governor of Virginia
with this magic transvaginal rape wand to inspect these ladies.
He'd come cheap. After he and his wife get out of prison,
that is.
Cat74

West Chicago, IL

#10 Jan 24, 2014
While we are discussing abortion we should touch on why that Texas woman running for Governor will never make it in politics, not because she lied about her living in a house trailer, or working her way through Harvard Law school, but because she abandoned her children. That doesn't sit well with Mommie voters. There are plenty of female politicians that take care of Mommie duties as well. Texas voters would rather she be an ax murderess then a bad mother.
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Petaluma, CA

#11 Jan 24, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
there are plenty of female politicians that take care of Mommie duties as well.
Catboy, do you ask the same about male politician daddies?
Cat74

West Chicago, IL

#12 Jan 24, 2014
Yes, as a matter of fact I do. I expect all people to take responsibility for their children. I am disgusted with men, and women that breed like animals. These are children. Not my responsibility, but the responsibility of both parents. As far as I know none of Wendy's husbands are running for public office. But you know as well as I that she will be harshly judged for abandoning her daughters.
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Petaluma, CA

#13 Jan 24, 2014
Cat74 wrote:
. These are children. Not my responsibility, but the responsibility of both parents..
Do you feel the same about non-parents who contribute to the education of other folks kids?

Or single or parents whose kids do not use state schools - should they contribute too?
Cat74

West Chicago, IL

#14 Jan 24, 2014
I think I will take care of my children, and demand other people take care of theirs, or stop breeding like animals. We supported public schools, and sent our children to private school, because that was our choice. The people sending their children to public School are not getting a bargain. Their children are getting second rate education, and will have a difficult time competing in the work place with the better educated people.

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