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Dont Believe The GOP Hype!
Last comment by Funkentelecky 1 year, 2 months ago.

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The GOP is hungry for a Water Gate Scandal and they will do anything to find one. If you take a breath and read between the lines-the GOP is in trouble and their pulling tricks out the brown bag to save themselves.

Let's start here.

The head of Hispanic Outreach for the GOP in Florida has switched to being a Democrat. How's that for outreach?
http://maddowblog.msnbc.com/_news/2013/05/14/18250167-rnc-outreach-efforts-take-another-step-backwards?lite


Full White House Benghazi Email Undermines GOP’s Cover-Up Claims.
http://thinkprogress.org/security/2013/05/14/2009571/cnn-benghazi-emails/?mobile=nc

THE IRS SCANDAL
This so called scandal happened under the Bush administration; the only difference...the group was the NAACP...The NAACP lost their status and funding..No one cared because it was the NAACP.. I want to share a posting I read earlier today.

The blow-up of the I.R.S. tagging and auditing Tea-Party start-ups is a non-issue. The IRS, hard to believe, was legally doing their job.

Look... if you worked at a potato checking station, and were being sent 100 potatoes a day to inspect, and suddenly the boss upstairs decides that you need to inspect a thousand potatoes a day, without warning, you'd do your best. But a lot of potatoes would get through unchecked. So you're buried in potatoes up to your neck.

Whose fault is it?

You, or your boss?

Of course, it was mismanagement by management.

The IRS had a flood of applications for 501c3 status after the Supreme Courts corruption of our Nation's transparency with Citizen's United. And these weren't just your church groups wanting to hand out food to the starving. These were politically motivated, politically guided, and politically paid-for groups wanting to circumvent the process that makes political tax-exempt groups open for public scrutiny, and it's donor lists. The Koch brothers manipulated the Supreme Court so as to buy off the U.S. election system, and further their greed-filled, no-tax, all-profit, goals.

See, 501c4's don't have to declare their donors. It's private. But political organizations are required to. If the group seeks 'tax-exempt' status, and they aren't a social program, then they file for a 527c status. That's the law.

So the Koch brothers packed the chute with potatoes, after they had the governmental IRS staff reduced through 'Austerity', knowing the IRS potato inspectors didn't stand a chance of keeping up with the torrent of illegal potatoes going to be arriving after Citizens United became law. After the IRS was buried up to their necks, then, and only then, did Big Brother media 'break the story'.

All of the sudden it wasn't the traitorous Tea-Party pushing an illegal agenda, but a conniving IRS trying to play political gamesmanship. How deceptive! It would take a truly evil genius, maybe like the one that runs the Koch empire, to think of corrupting America and rendering her impotent, then implementing Milton Friedman economics through war, Austerity, oil price manipulation, politician graft, and lots and lots of money. More money than can be countered by lowly American citizens like you and I.

But here's the truth. 501c4's are for social programs. 527c's are for political programs.

Read the wiki comparisons below. Then think, "What would have I done if I saw a massive illegal campaign to escape paying taxes to the U.S. government, and it was my sworn job to enforce it?".

You'd do your job. So did the IRS.

Those pointing to the IRS as the root of the problem are truly delusional. Deluded by FOX. Deluded by their 'leaders'. Shameful ignorance is certainly being displayed by GOP supporters on this non-issue. Sure, let's dig into it. Let's publicly open up each application and examine it's structure and donors. Let's follow the money of the Tea-Party!

Whoa... the GOP isn't going to like that at all. Nor the Koch brothers. Nor most war-profiteering Globalist corporations that have made unfathomable wealth over the last 12 years. The GOP leaders in the Congress are sure not going to want their political campaign chest investigated either.
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HMJC commented on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 11:55 AM

The Spin Doctor is in...

sebekm commented on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 14:59 PM

Hype? Read my latest blog.

Funkentelecky commented on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 22:59 PM

PN, the truth is not hype. Right is right and wrong is wrong and it's about time the Lamestream media is beginning to recognize their flaws and report the facts instead of spin!


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