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A reality check on the IRS scandal

Since the news broke last week, the size and scope of the IRS investigations has gotten bigger.

At least 471 groups have come forward with proof that they were targeted with "non-standard" paperwork, liberal organization ProPublica has revealed that they were given confidential files on "Tea Party" groups, at least 3 offices have been positively identified as working together on the anti-TP project, and today it was revealed that the administration was made aware of this scandal in JUNE, 2012.

Now, imagine that this was a Republican administration.

If you defend this kind of systematic, systemic and sinister abuse of government power then you cannot be surprised or outraged when the "Other Side" uses the same tactics to target progressive groups.

Unless this scandal is fully investigated, and all involved- up to the executive level- are tried, convicted and imprisoned for gross abuse of power, then it will happen again.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7808/16/2014

R1, replace that with "Bush" and you would have fit in perfectly on Freeper Republic 10 years ago.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 305/17/2013

I wish some story I actually cared about would hit the headlines.

"Tea Party asked to fill out questionnaire" just doesn't do anything for me.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 405/17/2013

Here's a reality check: the REAL IRS scandal is that groups like Karl Rove's and Tea Party groups -- that are plainly political in purpose -- are allowed to influence elections while evading taxes and hiding their donors. Those people who claim tax exempt status for such groups should be arrested for TAX EVASION.

That's who should go to jail.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 505/18/2013

Preach R5, preach!

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 605/18/2013

R5 is correct - that's the only IRS scandal that interests me in any way.

This "the tea party had to answer IRS questions" really doesn't bother me one bit.

Every goddamned one of those Tea Party shitstain groups got their tax exempt status. Of the Democratic and/or progressive groups that were given the same extra scrutiny, only one was denied tax-exempt status.

The way they hand out tax-exempt status to openly and obviously political groups is a disgrace.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 705/18/2013

But they have R9. The IRS was doing this to liberal groups too. It was a full court press on political groups pretending to be for "education" when their real purpose is lobbying legislators or winning elections.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1005/18/2013

Republicans need a reality check--NO ONE has found anything impeachable about any of these so called scandals.

These groups should not be getting tax exempt status. It'll be a shame that from now on they'll get less scrutiny because of this. That's the real scandal.

Now you can keep on generating these topics as instructed by all your right wing political blogger masters. It'll work just as well as it did in the last election for you.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1405/18/2013

Interesting post over at NYMag:

[quote]By the way, the IRS has allowed its agents to implement their personal biases for a very long time. Excuse me, but don't these conservatives and repubs squeal like pigs when they get a little of their own treatment!!! When the IRS was obstructing charity status for our charitable not-for-profit, dragging out recognition and status, claiming not to have received documents and applications carefully sent and certified, making us do the same stunts month after month, finally the agent assigned to our application case said to me. "Well, you are having so much trouble because gay, AIDS and charity really don't belong in the same sentence"!!! It took our identification of this agent and the facts of our application process and mistreatment brought to the attention of Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and his intervention to put an end to such conservative bigotry and abuse of power. Ten years later we were hit with a line-by-line audit which we passed correct to the penny, but the impressed agent revealed we were selected because of the nature of our name and IRS bias against our community which he said he saw repeatedly. So, you know, I have to laugh as these groups who get a little of their own medicine. Certainly, it should be illegal and stopped --but since they are the very ones who usually so like to inflict this exact kind of abuse on others that they disapprove of, it is nice to see the pendulum swing in their faces for a change. This is exactly why we need regulation and oversight and the funds to see that things are done correctly which, again, these conservatives fight all the way! Maybe if they suffer a little, they'll wake up to the injustice they like to inflict on others.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1605/18/2013

[quote]Republicans' accusations of an administration-led coverup in the immediate aftermath of the Benghazi attack were fueled last week by the release of internal e-mails showing that top administration officials scrubbed any mention of al Qaeda from talking points

This is false, which is why the story will once again die. The White House released the full set of emails and if you read them and compare them to the mangled quotes in the ABC story, what you quickly realize is that the source that ABC used deliberately lied to them, doctoring the emails to make them appear worse than they were.

Republicans are desperate to make something, anything, of Benghazi but as has been clear from the beginning, there is still no "there" there.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1705/18/2013

[quote]Too many here think that NOT prosecuting this ... is a good thing

I've been looking in vain for any post here where someone says that "NOT prosecuting this ... is a good thing." Perhaps you could point me to such a post?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1805/18/2013

This is a waste of time and money. Move on people, let's get to work on real problems.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 1905/18/2013

No, OP.

This isn't a scandal.

And it really is deeply hypocritical for the GOP to bitch after targeting and crushing their political enemy "ACORN", as well as targeting the NAACP and even a liberal anti-war church.

Anyone defending the GOP in these baseless accusations is an idiot.

Because the Tea Party IS a hyper-partisan political organization, and it's abusing the label as a 'charity' in order to avoid taxes and shield its donors.

The real scandal here is that the Tea Party groups WEREN'T stripped of their tax-exempt status. They SHOULD have been targeted. It was RIGHT to target them. They are screwing us all.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2005/18/2013

Even if the GOP squeezes out a few extra (R) seats in the Senate, they'd need a 66% vote in the Senate to convict.

Ain't.

Gonna.

Happen.

Of course the House can do what it likes. They won't have nearly enough votes to convict an impeachment. It will truly be 1998 all over again.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2105/18/2013

More republican 'outrage' which is intentional 'look over there' tactics to take the real focus off of the sleazy things they are really doing to the people of the USA.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2305/18/2013

(rolling eyes at R24)

There's no THERE there. When will you figure that out?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2505/19/2013

The Republicans have just has much to fear from a detailed investigation of the IRS under Bush.

The scope of the inquiry will be widened to look at all potential partisan activity in the IRS - the Democrats are going to fight back and go for a more detailed report of what's gone on.

But this will never reach President Obama, for the simple reason that he was not involved.

Even Issa is dialing it back and he's dying to find a way to take down Obama:

[quote]"I know approximately what's in it," Issa told Bloomberg Businessweek on Monday when asked if he knew what would be in the report. "I knew what was approximately in it when we made the allegations about a year ago. This is one of those things where it's been, in a sense, an open secret, but you don't accuse the IRS until you've had a nonpartisan, deep look. That's what the IG has done. That's why the IGs in fact exist within government, is to find this kind of waste and fraud and abuse of power."

The play on this is no longer to take down Obama - there's nothing there and they know it.

The play is to take out Obamacare by removing the IRS's ability to manage key aspects of it.

They want to kill Obamacare - taking out the president means that they get payback later and that Joe Biden takes off, most likely with Clinton as VP.

And Republican strategists do not want to deal with that combination.

At all.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2605/19/2013

What do these Teabaggers expect,when nutjobs affiliated with then openly carry guns to presidential events under the guise of 'patriotism'and 'free' speech? If you act crazy and encourage violence, don't be surprised if the government targets you for special scrutiny. And I agree with r23,create a diversion so no one can see them backing up the Brinks truck-classic sociopath moves. Where was this 'outrage'when billions of American dollars where literally dropped over the skies of Iraq and then vanished under the GWB administration, yet no one has answered for it. Now there is your IRS scandal!

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2705/19/2013

Isn't it the IRS's job to check on organizations that claim to be tax exempt to make sure they meet the criteria?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2805/19/2013

[bold]Colbert Destroys IRS Tea Party Scrutiny Conspiracy Theories[/bold]

The Colbert Report destroyed the conspiracy theories around the IRS scrutiny of Tea Party groups. He brought to light, once again, that these groups who were targeted were all 501(c)4′s. That should sound familiar because Stephen Colbert also created his own 501(c)4 modeled after Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS. Colbert, in an on-air interview with his lawyer, discussed how the 501(c)4 could be used to fund the 501(c)3 with a string of anonymous money that resembled more of a money-laundering scam than a business model (I also let my feelings on the matter be known before even researching the conspiracy). Yet it was and is still legal thanks to the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United ruling, and as Stephen points out in the IRS memos… Colbert’s Super PAC SSH was directly targeted as well by the use of his motto, “Making a better tomorrow, tomorrow” by singling out organizations who alluded that they would “make America a better place to live.”

No, Conservatives weren’t the only people targeted. The Tea Party is desperately toeing the line of conspiracy scandals in an attempt to avoid financial realities.

Watch the video, courtesy of Comedy Central:

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 2905/19/2013

I think the Ds need to get in on this scandal. The 501.c(4) bs is where the money laundering is. This is the time to bring that up. And if they don't now they never will.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3005/19/2013

This is NOTHING like what happened during the Nixon administration when people on his "enemies list" were targeted for audits.

These organizations were NOT being audited. They submitted their applications to the IRS seeking exempt status VOLUNTARILY. No one is required to get IRS approval of their exempt status. They just want some evidence they can show to potential donors and to avoid questions if and when they are audited.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3105/19/2013

Ok, so you're an IRS employee tasked with reviewing applications for 501(c)4 status. You have increased workload because of the Citizens United ruling. You're job is to make sure a group's primary function is not political. You have a stack of applications with the words "Tea Party" in them. Tea Party groups are for the most part political. How would you go about doing your job?

If you're smart and efficient, you would set those aside for further review.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3205/19/2013

R33, your statement implies a balance or equality that isn't there.

The claim "both sides do it" is meaningless without acknowledging that one side does it about a hundred times more than the other.

It's not balanced at all. It's not equivalent in any way.

Statements like yours seem designed to cloud the issue, and as such, means you're clearly pushing an agenda (or mindlessly parroting something in order to push someone else's agenda).

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3405/19/2013

R19, the media won't move on as long as they are in a cat-and-mouse game with Obama.

9/11/12 didn't earn the media's ire...but seizing reporters' phone records isn't something that they are just going to forget. Not for a minute. Because, let's face it: If they let it go...then their phone records could be next.

It's pretty simple, really.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3505/19/2013

R13, Obama will not be impeached. He is too popular. Republicans learned their lesson with Clinton.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3605/19/2013

R18, I'll bite: Appointing a special prosecutor is a dangerous proposition. After the Dems did it to Reagan and then the Repubs did it to Clinton, they agreed to not do it anymore.

But there's been a lot of turnover in Congress since the 1990s...and people have short memories.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3705/19/2013

R38-

The NDAA authorizes the murder of US citizens on US soil without trial or even accusation of a crime.

That should be anathema to any liberal.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 3905/24/2013

Of course, that has bupkis to do with this thread, R39. You see, out here in the real world, nobody is afraid of Obama killing them.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4005/24/2013

R38/40, the defender of government, no matter how obscene the crime. The piss yellow troll-dar shows you once again.

Tired of sucking that government dick yet? How much do whores like you get paid?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4105/24/2013

ROFL... Dear heart, spamming threads with the same reply is what gets your threads deleted.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4205/24/2013

OP-

You need to apologize since the new facts prove that the IRS focused on Tea Party groups.

Here's some info ---

Former IRS Official Calls Conservatives ‘Crazies’ and Worse in Newly Released Emails

Former IRS senior official Lois Lerner apparently believed conservatives were “a–holes” and “crazies,” according to emails released by the House Ways and Means Committee today, reports ABC News.

In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, committee chairman Rep. Dave Camp, R-Michigan, released a redacted email exchange from Lerner’s official IRS email account that Republicans believe shows she held personal bias and hostility against conservatives.

In the Nov. 9, 2012 email evidently sent while Lerner was vacationing in England, she appeared to refer to conservatives as “a–holes” and suggest they could cause the downfall of the federal government.

“So we don’t need to worry about alien teRrorists. (sic) It’s our own crazies that will take us down,” Lerner wrote in an email to a recipient whose identity was redacted.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4307/30/2014

1,300 dead Palestinians this month.

Russia's now just firing shit into Ukraine.

Syria's falling apart, out of the news focus.

And [bold]THIS[/bold] is what you sad Libertarian fuckwits get obsessed over?!?!

How absolutely pathetic.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4407/30/2014

R44

The 1300 dead innocent Muslims are child's play to the millions of dead innocent Muslims in Iraq, and Syria...

Try to keep up.

The IRS scandal is just an example of how evil and corrupt Obama (and Bush, and Clinton, and McCain, and Romney) really are.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4507/30/2014

That one of the IRS's head honchos is a partisan cunt using the powers of her office to persecute dissent, and all checks and balances failed, is a major story.

We are hastening our transformation into a Third World banana republic under this administration. This abuse should be repudiated by all tax-payers, all sober Americans.

This is not Argentina. Yet.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4607/30/2014

He

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4707/30/2014

R44-

No, this is just a big issue.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4807/30/2014

[quote]In the Nov. 9, 2012 email evidently sent while Lerner was vacationing in England, she appeared to refer to conservatives as “a–holes” and suggest they could cause the downfall of the federal government.

Is there a law about having an opinion, even a political one.....while on vacation?

No, freepy, the thought police aren't really an American ideal, and we can't prosecute (or persecute) people according to their opinions, thoughts, pr beliefs believe it or not!

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 4907/30/2014

R49-

If you're targeting your enemies using taxpayer funds and government powers...yes, you should spend 20 years in jail.

In a perfect world anyone accused - not convicted, just accused of misusing government power -should spend 10 years in jail.

That would cut corruption...but wouldn't stop the corrupt republicans and democrats.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5007/30/2014

[quote]In a perfect world anyone accused - not convicted, just accused of misusing government power -should spend 10 years in jail.

Wow. So the whole idea of innocent until proven guilty means nothing to you? I don't think America is the right place for you. I suggest you try Iran or China. They seem to more your speed.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5107/30/2014

Actually, a policy that prescribed a penalty of death by guillotine to ANY Government employee- banker, teacher, general, congressional aide, etc. - for any infarction would be best. Make "serving" as a government employee so dangerous that no sane person would take the job --- that is the best bet.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5207/30/2014

[quote]That one of the IRS's head honchos is a partisan cunt using the powers of her office to persecute dissent, and all checks and balances failed, is a major story.

And yet you probably never get upset when SCOTUS rules in favor of their political beliefs rather than along Constitutional lines, or what would benefit society.

So what if this lady sends an email calling the people who call into rightwing radio shows crazy? They were personal emails, a conversation she had about people like Limbaugh -- it wasn't IRS policy.

Besides, EVERY ONE OF THOSE TP GROUPS GOT TAX EXEMPT STATUS. No one got discriminated against -- they were just asked questions. That's it! They had to verify their status.

If you're such a lunatic that you think answering questions when applying for tax exempt status equals loss of rights, then she's right, you ARE crazy.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5307/31/2014

OP, darling, the rule is that political organizations have to be targeted when it comes to their seeking or maintaining non-profit status.

In fact, political organizations of all stripes were, as they had to be under the law, targeted.

It makes no difference whether this was a Republican or Democratic regime.

It's simply an administrative agency trying to follow the law as it is given it.

Get over it!

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5407/31/2014

Funny how the liberal groups that were also asked to verify their non-profit status are not complaining. Conclusion: more proof regressives are bunch of cry babies.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5507/31/2014

I don't think any political groups should be tax exempt. And I think Lois whatever her name is, is crazy for writing these e-mails.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5607/31/2014

In related news, Libertarians are complete fucking idiots.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5707/31/2014

R51-

If you are caught using the government to enrich yourself or your crony buds, no trial is necessary.

You are a government agent. You give contracts, money, access, etc. to ANYONE then you go to jail.

That should be the norm- if you use government power to enrich yourself or any acquaintance then a mandatory prison sentence and a forfeiture of all property is appropriate.

Perhaps then people would quit using government to enrich themselves (Haliburton, XE, Monsanto, Goldman Sucks, Boeing...) if they knew they could be jailed for life if they were even SUSPECTED of using government power.

R51-

Are you slow? Like "short bus" type slow?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5807/31/2014

R53-

[quote]And yet you probably never get upset when SCOTUS rules in favor of their political beliefs

No, I think the SCROTUMS rules 99% of the time in favor of the government. Not the Demopublican or Repcratics, just in favor of growing government power.

[quote]rather than along Constitutional lines,

Show me one modern ruling that doesn't violate the US Constitution.

[quote] or what would benefit society.

Oh, they think it will benefit society...only because they worship the power of centralized government power.

[quote]So what if this lady sends an email calling the people who call into rightwing radio shows crazy? They were personal emails, a conversation she had about people like Limbaugh -- it wasn't IRS policy.

Now, please read the entire post at R53 and see if you can point out where this frautastic bullshit non sequitur originates.

Give up? It's just typically socialist crazyshit.

[quote]Besides, EVERY ONE OF THOSE TP GROUPS GOT TAX EXEMPT STATUS!

So? That is NOT the point. God, are you that stupid? The mere fact that the IRS CAN GO AFTER PEOPLE FOR POLITICAL SPEECH IS DANGEROUS. Like NAZIFUCKINGERMANY DANGEROUS!

Finally, here's where you prove your ignorance-

[quote] No one got discriminated against -- they were just asked questions. That's it! They had to verify their status.

So, if you had to produce ID every time you crossed the street (aka "your papers please!") you would support that, even though it is totally unconstitutional?

Why do you love your government so blindly that you cannot see the evil at the core?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 5907/31/2014

R59. They can't see the abuse, or the precedent set.

If it happened to their sacred cows, OTOH, they'd be screaming bloody murder.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6007/31/2014

[quote]he mere fact that the IRS CAN GO AFTER PEOPLE FOR POLITICAL SPEECH IS DANGEROUS. Like NAZIFUCKINGERMANY DANGEROUS!

There are established limits on what these groups can do -- they can't support individual candidates and can't be a coordinated part of a campaign. The IRS was under fire in 2009 and 2010 for not monitoring 501(c) organizations closely enough and allowing groups through that did not qualify.

The groups specifically brought up were Republican groups, like Crossroads and Americans For Prosperity. They were violating the conditions of their tax exempt status. The IRS was being asked by members of Congress to buckle down on not allowing fake orgs tax exempt status, while also investigating these allegations.

That same Congress was slashing their budget and forcing them to fire people, though, so the IRS did something stupid: created lists of keywords and set those orgs aside.

But here's the thing: we've known for over a year that those keywords did not focus on one political party. They focused on all of them.

And now you're saying Lerner's personal email, sent to someone while she was on vacation in the UK, where they chatted about some British person's complaint about the US and the bailouts. In the course of this casual conversation, Lerner said rightwing talk radio hosts were assholes, and the people who called in were crazies.

Suddenly, according to you, we have proof that we are in Nazi Germany. Our core freedoms are being shredded. The IRS is just like Hitler.

Ridiculous. Calm yourself down, sister. Yeah, the IRS needs to be looked at, but so does Congress, so do those orgs that take advantage of a tax exempt status they don't deserve.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6107/31/2014

How about this.

Eliminate tax exemptions for everyone.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6207/31/2014

[quote]You need to apologize since the new facts prove that the IRS focused on Tea Party groups.

Actually, moron, the "new facts" you cite don't prove any such thing. All they prove is that Lerner noted that there were some crazy people out there. She didn't call all conservatives crazy and there is zero evidence that conservatives were targeted, particularly since liberal groups were also targeted.

You've been looking for a "smoking gun" for over a year. It's not there. Give it a rest and move on.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6307/31/2014

[quote]Show me one modern ruling that doesn't violate the US Constitution.

Funny how you can't find any "modern ruling" that does, despite your extravagant claims, you moronic drama queen.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6407/31/2014

I don't care if they were made to do a tap dance before they got their exemptions - the point is that every two bit hooker was coming up with "Freedom America Freedom Etc" as their name and then demanding tax exempt status - so many in fact that the easiest thing was to flag certain words for investigation right off the bat. That this was used to claim some kind of bias was the exact point of doing it all in the first place.

You really don't understand Tea Partiers - they are not a third political party. They're more like the Guilty Remnant and all they want to do is make life horrible for the rest of us.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6507/31/2014

Anybody hear about the scandal which just came out today? CIA breaking into U.S. Senate computers.

Could be the worst one yet. I imagine quite a few news people are upset that hey have to cover it up.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6608/01/2014

[quote] Anybody hear about the scandal which just came out today? CIA breaking into U.S. Senate computers

Personally I don't give two shits about that. The senate doesn't care that the CIA spies on who ever they feel like spying on regular citizens. But the cunts in the senate thinks it's some great tragedy when they are treated like regular citizens. the entire senate can drop dead.

And I would bet money on it that quite a few senators have something to hide and are VERY, VERY worried to find out the CIA spied on their computers

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6708/01/2014

R66-

Feinstein talked in hushed tones and used circular logic to attack the recent revelations that the NSA had spied on certain congresscritters.

Now we know ALL high ranking government officials and elected representatives had their computers violently raped by the CIA- all of their secrets are now in the hands of the Super Secret Society of the CIA.

As a result, any congresscritter has to wonder if those illegal morphine pills ordered from a "local" doctor, or the illegal "donations" (bribes) were tracked, or if that cute rent boy might turn out to be a CIA asset. I mean, I KNEW he was hot, and the discount was too good to be true, but I should NOT have allowed him to film me getting plowed missionary style and spill top secret info but he was just SO HOT!

Our "Secret and Unaccountable Deep Government" has blackmail on every judge, congresscritter, cabinet official, etc. AND info on all their aides and families. If I was in their position I would do everything the CIA told me to do and say "Thank You May I Please Have Another".

Our government is so fucking out of control and rotten to the core that it shocks me how many simpletons will still defend it, no matter how corrupt it is.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6808/01/2014

I see the freep OP is bumping all the anti-Hillary threads right now too. Do you guys get paid per post?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 6908/01/2014

[quote]Our government is so fucking out of control and rotten to the core that it shocks me how many simpletons will still defend it, no matter how corrupt it is.

For fuck's sake, Libertarian Idiot. Take a fucking pill.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7008/01/2014

There is something terribly wrong with OP.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7108/01/2014

There is no scandal, Freeper.

The IRS was merely doing its sworn obligation and that is the weeding out of right-wing conservative republican freeper organizations.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7208/01/2014

R72-

Care to respond?

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7508/15/2014

[quote]Unless this scandal is fully investigated, and all involved- up to the executive level- are tried, convicted and imprisoned for gross abuse of power, then it will happen again.

Unless that Muslin, Kenyan-born Socialist, community organizer fraud of a President is impeached, hung by the neck until dead, his soulless remains then drawn and quartered and burned to ash and buried and the burial ground is sown with salt, I will continue to post threads about my faux outrage over groups and classes of people about whom I never gave a rat's ass about before Fox News told me to.

There, OP. I fixed that for you.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7608/15/2014

If Obama hangs then Bush, and Bush 2.0, and Clinton and Rice and Pelosi and Kerry and Cheney and Cho and Holder and McCain and the rest should hang with them.

Fuckit-- hang them all.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7708/16/2014

Fake scandal that nobody's paying attention to, except of course the resident Libertarian Idiot.

by GWBush, hoping that War Crimes have a statute of limitationsreply 7808/16/2014
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