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    Spectemur Agendo Trip's Avatar
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    Re: IRS targeting linked to Republican staffer

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    You seemed pleased, as a Conservative, that Barrack Obama won the election. I find that odd but we can agree to disagree. Good luck.

    That statement on your part is not anywhere rationally derived from anything I've said.

    What is so complicated with the fact that the Republican party has to uphold the Constitution, and maintain government to its enumerated powers, and protect individual liberties?

    Or is the problem that you really don't know, nor actually give a damn about that Constitution?

    Do you realize that our government is being overthrown, currently going through a de facto bloodless coup, and that the Republicans are every bit as culpable as the Democrats? Vapid partisan politics doesn't begin to cut it.

    "If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary."

    ~ James Madison

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    Re: IRS targeting linked to Republican staffer

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    That is completely false.

    Why not do some investigation before you submit this silliness, rather than just picking it up from some goofy left wing blog and leaving it at that.
    Speaking of submitting silliness... So much for your completely fabricated dismissal:

    IRS Ends 2-Year Probe Of NAACP's Tax Status

    After filing four freedom-of-information requests, NAACP lawyers discovered that far more than two members of Congress called for an investigation and that all were Republicans.

    Republican Sens. Lamar Alexander (Tenn.) and Susan Collins (Maine) called for the investigation.

    Others included Rep. Jo Ann S. Davis (R-Va.) and then-Rep. Larry Combest (R-Tex.). Former GOP representatives Joe Scarborough of Florida, who now hosts a talk show, and Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., currently governor of Maryland, also requested a probe.

    That was a 2006 article by the Washington Post.
    If not WP... How about the Baltimore Sun?
    How about Fox News?

    Please continue about how this is all "completely false" as you put it.

    "some goofy left wing blog" indeed.
    Last edited by poweRob; 06-20-13 at 08:46 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The Supreme Court can't interpret The Constitution. They don't have that power.

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