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Jun 27, 2013
 
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"I look forward to the Democrats bringing several of those groups in as witnesses. To date, they haven't produced even "one" example."
Did you read my post?
Here's an example:
"The liberal group Catholics United, for instance, waited seven years before receiving tax exempt status, far longer than any tea party group was forced to wait."
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/06/26/issa-di ...
catholics United was willing to follow the process without complainting to Congress.
The teabaggers should stop whining and follow the their example.
Were they too dumb to fill out the proper paperwork, or just slow in submitting it?

Maybe they should have asked obama's uncle to handle their application.

http://nlpc.org/stories/2013/05/14/irs-gave-e...

http://www.examiner.com/article/new-report-ex...
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zimmerman's stupidity cost a human life. That is inexcusable.
The Idiot was Not supposed to have a gun in the first place Because 'neighborhood watch' patrols are civilian, and not trained properly with firearms. At the very least, the jackass should do ten years for manslaughter. Murder is not out of the question, but jail time should result in this trial.
Know why he had the gun? he wanted to know what it felt like to shoot a man, or kid, or girl or anything living and breathing.
Lis is right about one thing; that 'star' witness sounded like she had OD'd on sedatives before taking the stand. I wanted to scream at the TV, "SPEAK UP!!
I changed the channel before I started talking like her...
I'm opting for not havng an opinion on his guilt or innocence. I wasn't there.
He did have a permit to carry a gun so he was within his rights on that one and I guess it wasn't against the law to be following Martin. Maybe Zimmerman was stupid. Maybe he was simply an overzealous guy who fantisized about being in law enforcement or maybe he'd just had it with the crime in his neighborhood and snapped. Don't know.
I'd like to know how his nose got broken though and I'd like to know how the back of his head was cut before the shot was fired.

As far as that key prosecution witness goes - Yikes! I hope those lawyers have alot more than than just her. Can't quite figure out why they put her up first.
I'm concerned about the jury. 6 women who have to know if they find him not guilty a whole lot of people are going to start screaming.

Oh well..... this is America where there's always the possibilty of a book deal. And when it comes to high voltage African American trials where the whole country including the POTUS weighing in, they may get on the talk show circuit too and have their own little reality TV thing going!
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Jun 27, 2013
 
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Were they too dumb to fill out the proper paperwork, or just slow in submitting it?
Maybe they should have asked obama's uncle to handle their application.
http://nlpc.org/stories/2013/05/14/irs-gave-e...
http://www.examiner.com/article/new-report-ex...
As you know the IRS operated on buzzwords to discriminate. "Catholic" was perhaps one of those as it is seen as a conservative description but in fact Catholics united helped get Obama elected. The IRS is not too bright.(uh-oh audit)
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He SHOULD be staying out of the case altogether. You may recall that I've said Obama won't hesitate to play the race card when it suits him.
Yeah well, he's playing the gay card now and milking it for all it's worth. The SCOTUS rulings yesterday prompted this today in Senegal.

"Laying bare a clash of cultures, President Barack Obama on Thursday urged African leaders to extend equal rights to gays and lesbians but was bluntly rebuked by Senegal's president, who said his country "still isn't ready" to decriminalize homosexuality.

Obama opened his weeklong trip to Africa one day after the U.S. Supreme Court expanded federal benefits for married gay couples. In his first in-person comments on the ruling, Obama said the court's decision marked a "proud day for America." He pressed for similar recognition for gays in Africa, wading into a sensitive area in a region where dozens of countries outlaw homosexuality and a few punish violations with death.

"When it comes to how the state treats people, how the law treats people, I believe that everybody has to be treated equally," Obama said during a news conference with Senegalese President Macky Sall at the grand presidential palace in Dakar.

But Sall gave no ground. Senegal is "very tolerant," he assured Obama, but is "still not ready to decriminalize homosexuality." Sall said countries make decisions on complex issues in their own time, noting that Senegal has outlawed capital punishment while other countries have not — a pointed jab at the U.S., where the death penalty is legal in many states."
By JULIE PACE AP White House Correspondent

18 months ago Obama was against gay marriage. Today he's giving advice on the subject as a vacationing guest in someone elses country. Two days ago his multiple failings in this country were giving him an huge headache. One victory in the Supreme Court and his monumental ego has come roaring back to life.

Whatta schmuck.


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I'm opting for not havng an opinion on his guilt or innocence. I wasn't there.
He did have a permit to carry a gun so he was within his rights on that one and I guess it wasn't against the law to be following Martin. Maybe Zimmerman was stupid. Maybe he was simply an overzealous guy who fantisized about being in law enforcement or maybe he'd just had it with the crime in his neighborhood and snapped. Don't know.
I'd like to know how his nose got broken though and I'd like to know how the back of his head was cut before the shot was fired.
As far as that key prosecution witness goes - Yikes! I hope those lawyers have alot more than than just her. Can't quite figure out why they put her up first.
I'm concerned about the jury. 6 women who have to know if they find him not guilty a whole lot of people are going to start screaming.
Oh well..... this is America where there's always the possibilty of a book deal. And when it comes to high voltage African American trials where the whole country including the POTUS weighing in, they may get on the talk show circuit too and have their own little reality TV thing going!
Fantisized?

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Where's that New England education?

Ain't that a pip?

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Yeah well, he's playing the gay card now and milking it for all it's worth. The SCOTUS rulings yesterday prompted this today in Senegal.
"Laying bare a clash of cultures, President Barack Obama on Thursday urged African leaders to extend equal rights to gays and lesbians but was bluntly rebuked by Senegal's president, who said his country "still isn't ready" to decriminalize homosexuality.
Obama opened his weeklong trip to Africa one day after the U.S. Supreme Court expanded federal benefits for married gay couples. In his first in-person comments on the ruling, Obama said the court's decision marked a "proud day for America." He pressed for similar recognition for gays in Africa, wading into a sensitive area in a region where dozens of countries outlaw homosexuality and a few punish violations with death.
"When it comes to how the state treats people, how the law treats people, I believe that everybody has to be treated equally," Obama said during a news conference with Senegalese President Macky Sall at the grand presidential palace in Dakar.
But Sall gave no ground. Senegal is "very tolerant," he assured Obama, but is "still not ready to decriminalize homosexuality." Sall said countries make decisions on complex issues in their own time, noting that Senegal has outlawed capital punishment while other countries have not — a pointed jab at the U.S., where the death penalty is legal in many states."
By JULIE PACE AP White House Correspondent
18 months ago Obama was against gay marriage. Today he's giving advice on the subject as a vacationing guest in someone elses country. Two days ago his multiple failings in this country were giving him an huge headache. One victory in the Supreme Court and his monumental ego has come roaring back to life.
Whatta schmuck.
A pip, I say.

BTW, if you would like a sophisticated analysis of the Supreme Court's rulings, all you have to do is ask.

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BobinTx, I see you have joined the 10,000+ Postwriters Club! A solid gold SUV will be delivered to your home tomorrow and you need only pay shipping & handling, which will be roughly $15,895.00.

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Lyndi wrote:
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Yeah well, he's playing the gay card now and milking it for all it's worth. The SCOTUS rulings yesterday prompted this today in Senegal.

"Laying bare a clash of cultures, President Barack Obama on Thursday urged African leaders to extend equal rights to gays and lesbians but was bluntly rebuked by Senegal's president, who said his country "still isn't ready" to decriminalize homosexuality.
Obama opened his weeklong trip to Africa one day after the U.S. Supreme Court expanded federal benefits for married gay couples.
In his first in-person comments on the ruling, Obama said the court's decision marked a "proud day for America." He pressed for similar recognition for gays in Africa, wading into a sensitive area in a region where dozens of countries outlaw homosexuality and a few punish violations with death.

"When it comes to how the state treats people, how the law treats people, I believe that everybody has to be treated equally," Obama said during a news conference with Senegalese President Macky Sall at the grand presidential palace in Dakar.

But Sall gave no ground. Senegal is "very tolerant," he assured Obama, but is "still not ready to decriminalize homosexuality." Sall said countries make decisions on complex issues in their own time, noting that Senegal has outlawed capital punishment while other countries have not — a pointed jab at the U.S., where the death penalty is legal in many states."

By JULIE PACE AP White House Correspondent

18 months ago Obama was against gay marriage. Today he's giving advice on the subject as a vacationing guest in someone elses country. Two days ago his multiple failings in this country were giving him an huge headache. One victory in the Supreme Court and his monumental ego has come roaring back to life.

Whatta schmuck.
I believe "schmuck" is Yiddish for "penis." Very appropriate.

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A pip, I say.
BTW, if you would like a sophisticated analysis of the Supreme Court's rulings, all you have to do is ask.
Catcher is here to help.
Why the f@ck don't you go find an ambulance and make yourself USEFUL. Veta a la verga, pendejo!

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Hiya Hip G,
Only one group was denied. It was a group that helped Democrat women get elected which clearly violated 501(c)(4) restrictions. 501(c)(4) are social welfare groups that are not to be primarily involved in partisan politics.

"Emerge America and its initial state programs were granted 501(c)(4) status by the IRS several years ago. Later, when a new state program applied for the same status, it was denied because Emerge works only with women who are in the Democratic Party, so the IRS determined this did not meet the definition of “social welfare” for the common good. We believed this denial triggered a review of the Emerge programs that had already been granted c4 status, and consequently those statuses were revoked."

The IG report mentions that conservative groups faced substantial delays. Here is an ugly fact to consider while sifting through all the information regarding the extremely long delays for Conservative c4 applicants:(the NTEU is the IRS employees union)
"The NTEU, through its political action committee, raised $613,633 in the 2010 cycle, giving 98% of its contributions to anti-Tea Party Democrats. In 2012 the figure was $729,708, with 94% going to anti-Tea Party candidates. One NTEU candidate after another, as discussed last week in this space, campaigned vigorously against the Tea Party."

The timeline of the IRS meetings with Obama and resultant policy changes is rather interesting to peruse.
http://spectator.org/archives/2013/05/20/obam...
There is so much going on in the news these days it is almost impossible to keep up!
Pernie, it's wonderful to see you again :) Great post, too ;)

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Roberta G wrote:
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I believe "schmuck" is Yiddish for "penis." Very appropriate.
The word you're looking for is 'Putz'. I remember back in 1977, when one of the networks was going to air 'The Sunshine Boys' with Walter Matthau and George Burns. They had a heated argument over letting it stay in the dialog or cutting it.(the word, not a penis)
Funny thing is I don't know what happened. The night it aired, my wife and I went out.

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Lyndi wrote:
<quoted text>As far as that key prosecution witness goes - Yikes! I hope those lawyers have alot more than than just her. Can't quite figure out why they put her up first.
I like to watch "The Five". Kimberly Guilfoyle is one of the five regulars, and a trial lawyer. I think she summed it up perfectly... "If I was the prosecuter, and that was my "star" witness, I'd be in tears right now." Not an exact quote, but you get the idea.
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I'm concerned about the jury. 6 women who have to know if they find him not guilty a whole lot of people are going to start screaming.
Oh well..... this is America where there's always the possibilty of a book deal. And when it comes to high voltage African American trials where the whole country including the POTUS weighing in, they may get on the talk show circuit too and have their own little reality TV thing going!
I think George Zimmerman, while maybe not too bright and a tad overzealous, is innocent. I think he really thought his life was in danger, and acted in self defense. I also don't see how the prosecuter can prove his case "beyond a shadow of doubt", especially with that "star" witness. However, I'm afraid that if George Zimmerman is found guilty, it may be for the wrong reasons.

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lisw wrote:
<quoted text>As you know the IRS operated on buzzwords to discriminate. "Catholic" was perhaps one of those as it is seen as a conservative description but in fact Catholics united helped get Obama elected. The IRS is not too bright.(uh-oh audit)
If it took seven years for Catholic United to get their tax exempt status, that was both the Bush and obama administrations. There had to be something amiss with their application, which is why they should go before the Congressional Committee investigating the IRS to see what the real facts are. No way should we, the people, blindly accept an investigation by the feds on themselves. What do you think our conviction rate would be if we allowed the Gitmo detainees to investigate each other?

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Lyndi wrote:
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Yeah well, he's playing the gay card now and milking it for all it's worth. The SCOTUS rulings yesterday prompted this today in Senegal.
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"When it comes to how the state treats people, how the law treats people, I believe that everybody has to be treated equally," Obama said during a news conference with Senegalese President Macky Sall at the grand presidential palace in Dakar.

Pedophiles and polygamists are people too, mr pResident, are they included in your "everybody has to be treated equally" tent? If it gets you votes, will you be jumping on those bandwagons next, mr pResident?

[QUOTE who="Lyndi"]18 months ago Obama was against gay marriage. Today he's giving advice on the subject as a vacationing guest in someone elses country. Two days ago his multiple failings in this country were giving him an huge headache. One victory in the Supreme Court and his monumental ego has come roaring back to life.
Whatta schmuck.
It's really an advantage to be a politician like obama, and have no moral core values. That way he can change his moral beliefs to whatever the belief du jour happens to be.

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Roberta G wrote:
BobinTx, I see you have joined the 10,000+ Postwriters Club! A solid gold SUV will be delivered to your home tomorrow and you need only pay shipping & handling, which will be roughly $15,895.00.
I never even realized how high my post count was, thanks for pointing it out. I can honestly say I paid closer attention to OKB's post count than I did my own. BTW, what ever happened to him?
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In the meantime, dinner will be served immediately in the lounge, complete with balloons and girls popping out of cakes. All hail the newest member of the 10,000+ Postwriters Club!
I'm not sure the "girls popping out of cakes" will be too useful in getting me to our 46th anniversary. She still has me on probation.
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I believe "schmuck" is Yiddish for "penis." Very appropriate.
I think it works a whole lot better with our 42nd President, the former Sexual-Predator-in-Chief.

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miner49er wrote:
""Texas isn't part of the United States" nonsense"
Not my fault Texas never met the requirements for readmission to the Union, it's just a historical fact and a matter of public record:
"President Andrew Johnson appointed Union General Andrew J. Hamilton, a prominent politician before the war, as the provisional governor on June 17. He granted amnesty to ex-Confederates if they promised to support the Union in the future, appointing some to office. However, it was not until March 30, 1870, that the United States Congress permitted Texas' representatives to take their seat in Congress,[16] although Texas did not meet all the formal requirements for readmission."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_in_the_Ame...
Obama's birth certificate is held in the Public Records of the State of Hawaii.
Thanks to Article IV, Section 1 of the US Constitution every other State must honor the birth certificate:
"the "Full Faith and Credit Clause", addresses the duties that states within the United States have to respect the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_Faith_and_C...
And Hawaii is part of the Union, they never committed open, armed rebellion against the Constitution of the United States.
I'll tell you what, ask obama to put your documentation with his documentation... that way we'll have a fiction document section in the White House.

Here's a little something to help you with you geographically challenged little brain...

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-...

The CIA did a clandestine deal, under the cover of darkness, and secretly got Texas admitted to the Union. That's why every current map of the USA, that you can find, looks like this...

http://www.digital-topo-maps.com/county-map/

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miner49er wrote:
"Let's see, Syria: The attackers didn't breach the compound walls, they were driven off by an adequate defensive force, and they killed... all with no Americans being killed or injured."
Sure, they didn't breach the EMBASSY's walls...
In Libya it was an covert safehouse, that's a risk you take when you slip into a country to neigotiate with a rebel government during a time of civil unrest.
So a planned attack on our EMBASSY in Syria leaves 4 dead and no one is fired?
If your personnel are killed in an attack something is wrong with your security.
You think everything is great 'cause no Americans were killed?
No need to fire anyone because of the security failure because only the brown people were killed?
OK, who lost their job because of the intelligence failures that led to 3000 dead Americans on 9/11/01?
Where was Bush on 9/12/01?
Oh yeah, waving bye-bye to the bin Laden family as they escaped to Saudi Arabia on the only flights Bush authorized to fly the day after 9/11.
"Even though American airspace had been shut down, the Bush administration allowed a jet to fly around the US picking up family members from 10 cities, including Los Angeles, Washington DC, Boston and Houston.
Some 140 high ranking Saudi officials were also on the plane."
Who got fired when Reagan lost 17 Americans in a terror attack at the US Embassy Beirut?
"The April 18, 1983 United States embassy bombing was a suicide bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, that killed 63 people, mostly embassy and CIA staff members, several soldiers and one Marine. 17 of the dead were Americans."
Or when his security failures led to 241 dead Marines and soldiers at the Marine Barracks in Beirut?
"In the attack on the American barracks, the death toll was 241 American servicemen: 220 Marines, 18 sailors and three soldiers, along with sixty Americans injured, representing the deadliest single-day death toll for the United States Marine Corps since World War II's Battle of Iwo Jima, the deadliest single-day death toll for the United States military since the first day of the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive, and the deadliest single attack on Americans overseas since World War II."
Let's see, 17+241=258 DEAD AMERICANS, 60 times the number killed at the CIA safehouse in Benghazi...
Did Reagan get impeached?
No, he, like Bush after the embassy security failures on his watch was re-elected.
And no one was "fired"...
Of course, Reagan and Bush are white folks so they get a pass for their intelligence failures that led to 3,258 DEAD AMERICANS.
Not to mention Bush's 4,000 DEAD AMERICANS in the WRONG COUNTRY in a War of Lies.
How do you conservatives even look at yourself in the mirror?
Oh.........of course the answer is......(drum roll) RACISM.
The default explanation for any criticism.

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Fantisized?
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Where's that New England education?
Ain't that a pip?
I went to Dartmouth, will that suffice? Now you can transfer your question to me.

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I think it works a whole lot better with our 42nd President, the former Sexual-Predator-in-Chief.
Penis Schmuck sounds like the name of the new head of Ham as.

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