House Tries Blocking 'Illegal' IRS Checks; Reid Obstructs

Oct 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New Media Journal

The House of Representatives repeatedly has passed an IRS bill that could save US taxpayers $24.4 billion over the next 10 years -- but Harry Reid's Democrat Senate will not hear it.

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Dee Dee Dee

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What a shock, the Democrats won't stop handing out taxpayer's money to criminals.
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Dee Dee Dee wrote:
What a shock, the Democrats won't stop handing out taxpayer's money to criminals.
The teabaggers throw away $24B a couple of weeks ago on their ridiculous shutdown and you were cheering. Now suddenly $245B is a big deal?
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Memo From Turner wrote:
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The teabaggers throw away $24B a couple of weeks ago on their ridiculous shutdown and you were cheering. Now suddenly $245B is a big deal?
Of course $24,500,000,000.00 is a big deal. Only a fool or a left wing idiot would think it is not. Sorry that is redundant.
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Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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Of course $24,500,000,000.00 is a big deal. Only a fool or a left wing idiot would think it is not. Sorry that is redundant.
Well you were cheering last week when the teabaggers blow $24B for no apparent reason.

So which one are you? A fool or an idiot?

Here is a fun fact. The amount of money the teabaggers blew on their shutdown would have covered the premium payments for every uninsured American for the next two years.
Dee Dee Dee

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Memo From Turner wrote:
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Well you were cheering last week when the teabaggers blow $24B for no apparent reason.
So which one are you? A fool or an idiot?
Here is a fun fact. The amount of money the teabaggers blew on their shutdown would have covered the premium payments for every uninsured American for the next two years.
What did your teabaggers blow $24 billion on? I don't recall them crying for government workers to get paid for not working or for the government to give money to illegal aliens. As for your last assertion even you cannot belive that every uninsured person in the U.S. could be covered for $24 billion dollars.
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C-span expanded on this issue this morning. 3.7 billion in fraud. WTF are we doing. Legal Americans standing on street corners begging, usually Vet's, while these disgusting thug's are stealing our money. And the IRS has admitted they don't have the manpower to audit these thieves. I believe the ACA is also being run by the IRS, so you are all watching the final blow too our Country, taking place in your faces. The United States has lost it's place in the World, and the corruption of this Government and big business is too blame. All the while we have watched our Country being invaded and stolen by third world turds.
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The biggest problem anyone can do is to file that FIRST income tax return. After that the government can track you. If you never file your set free.
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Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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What did your teabaggers blow $24 billion on? I don't recall them crying for government workers to get paid for not working or for the government to give money to illegal aliens. As for your last assertion even you cannot belive that every uninsured person in the U.S. could be covered for $24 billion dollars.
Read a newspaper. It is not my job to tell you what is happening in the real world.

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Memo From Turner wrote:
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The teabaggers throw away $24B a couple of weeks ago on their ridiculous shutdown and you were cheering. Now suddenly $245B is a big deal?
bottomline.. if some bill will save US taxpayers $24.4 billion over 10 years, why not? every little bit helps.

if it is american money, it should be spent on americans. NOT on foreigners who are in the usa illegally. PERIOD.

as for the ridiculous shutdown, it wouldn't have happened in the first place if those guys on capitol hill had a budget.

yes, I blame the whole bunch of them. not just the president, and the democrats. yes, even the republicans share this blame.

the reality is - they are ALL taking from the bucket when they shouldn't be.
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Read a newspaper. It is not my job to tell you what is happening in the real world.
In other words you cannot back up what you posted, again.
Dee Dee Dee

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Asian Guy wrote:
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bottomline.. if some bill will save US taxpayers $24.4 billion over 10 years, why not? every little bit helps.
if it is american money, it should be spent on americans. NOT on foreigners who are in the usa illegally. PERIOD.
as for the ridiculous shutdown, it wouldn't have happened in the first place if those guys on capitol hill had a budget.
yes, I blame the whole bunch of them. not just the president, and the democrats. yes, even the republicans share this blame.
the reality is - they are ALL taking from the bucket when they shouldn't be.
Actually it is 24,400,000,000.00 per year.
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The teabaggers throw away $24B a couple of weeks ago on their ridiculous shutdown and you were cheering. Now suddenly $245B is a big deal?
That's $24 Billion that the federal governemnt would have spent (borrowed on deficit) during those two weeks but didn't because of the federal shutdown.

You call THAT throwing money away, but I call it SAVING the tax payers $24 Billion.
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Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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Actually it is 24,400,000,000.00 per year.
No it is not. It is over 10 years. You can not even be counted on to understand the simple things.
Dee Dee Dee

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No it is not. It is over 10 years. You can not even be counted on to understand the simple things.
Au contraire, I do understand you.

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