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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by windowdressing View Post
    now you're boring me ....
    Lemme' guess, your'e not a " reader " because too many letters gives you a headache.

    I could post pictures if that would help.

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Obama the pig stated during his recent trip that government spying on its citizens the norm, all countries have to do it nowdays. I'll quote an American on what the traitor Obama said; "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." -Ben Franklin
    It's nothing more than X's and O's.

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Lemme' guess, your'e not a " reader " because too many letters gives you a headache.

    I could post pictures if that would help.
    the problem isn't "too many letters" when it comes to your posts Fenton ... it's how you combine those letters -- that's where you're challenged Fenton, and that's why, out of the goodness of my heart, I've offered advice on numerous occasions .....

    I also don't suffer from headaches, but I have other aches and pain that the years bring with them ... but thank you for your concern ...

    I'm actually a voracious reader, which is why I have a problem with most of your posts ... hope that helps ...

    Finally, more pictures would be nice ... thank you ...

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by windowdressing View Post
    the problem isn't "too many letters" when it comes to your posts Fenton ...
    it's how you combine those letters -- that's where you're challenged Fenton, and that's why, out of the goodness of my heart, I've offered advice on numerous occasions .....

    I also don't suffer from headaches, but I have other aches and pain that the years bring with them ... but thank you for your concern ...

    I'm actually a voracious reader, which is why I have a problem with most of your posts ... hope that helps ...

    Finally, more pictures would be nice ... thank you ...
    Your'e not a " voracious reader" when your personal Library consist of Dr Suess books and self hep drek.

    I mean you haven't posted any credible information that counters our claims involving the IRS's targeting of Conservatives.

    "You read somewhere" that a " Conservative Republican " was responsible ?

    Wow...

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Your'e not a " voracious reader" when your personal Library consist of Dr Suess books and self hep drek.

    I mean you haven't posted any credible information that counters our claims involving the IRS's targeting of Conservatives.

    "You read somewhere" that a " Conservative Republican " was responsible ?

    Wow...

    I "read somewhere" that "Windowdressing" is Lois Lerner's DebatePolitics account.

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Your'e not a " voracious reader" when your personal Library consist of Dr Suess books and self hep drek.

    I mean you haven't posted any credible information that counters our claims involving the IRS's targeting of Conservatives.

    "You read somewhere" that a " Conservative Republican " was responsible ?

    Wow...
    I loved reading Dr. Zeus books to my kids and saved them for my grandchildren ...

    Was "hep" a typo or were you going for hemp? If yes, you're right ...
    please stop telling people that they have not posted something credible ... you have no clue what is or is not credible Fenton ... please stop ... one last time - I'll wait for the end of the investigation and leave the speculating (which you clearly confuse with credible information) to you ...

    here is a copy of the Congressional Memo with reference to your last point (the one followed by "wow") ...

    'Conservative Republican' IRS Staffer Takes Credit for Tea Party Scrutiny

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by windowdressing View Post
    there's not much to respond to here
    There was plenty to respond to there, that you chose to ignore, and refuse to respond to the specific points, tells much about you.

    but you believe that what Cummings said is made up?
    Now you're just making things up.

    Even though it is so easy to check? Has that been shown not to be true? I may have missed it, or is this another con talking point?
    The man that proclaimed that he was a Conservative, from that office in Cincinnati may, or may not be what he says he is, but his forwarding of these cases to DC is irrelevant....The bottom of this starts with Lerner's full, and honest testimony. It always has.

    you guys are so bent on going after this president (from day one), that sometimes you overreach
    Before I used to think that the President was just in over his head, now I am beginning to believe that there is some criminal intent there.

    so let me offer you some advice
    Oh, this ought to be rich....Go ahead Junior.

    since I suspect you are a relatively young person
    Thank you....I wish.

    and not the most critical of thinkers
    Careful there buddy....Since you're new, I'll cut some slack, but you should refresh yourself with the rules here. This isn't some obnoxious flame site you may be used to.

    Just stick with the facts, but more importantly, let the investigation run its course
    Oh, so you like telling others to do things you don't have any intention of doing yourself eh? Typical.

    tell Issa...
    bup, bup, bup....Stop right there. I don't know Mr. Issa, he is not my congressman, and even if he were, or I did, then I would tell him to steam ahead full speed, and get to the bottom of the truth.

    it is in the interest of people on the right and left to make sure that the IRS does not abuse its power
    Too late, they have, and do regularly....
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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    There was plenty to respond to there, that you chose to ignore, and refuse to respond to the specific points, tells much about you.



    Now you're just making things up.



    The man that proclaimed that he was a Conservative, from that office in Cincinnati may, or may not be what he says he is, but his forwarding of these cases to DC is irrelevant....The bottom of this starts with Lerner's full, and honest testimony. It always has.



    Before I used to think that the President was just in over his head, now I am beginning to believe that there is some criminal intent there.



    Oh, this ought to be rich....Go ahead Junior.



    Thank you....I wish.



    Careful there buddy....Since you're new, I'll cut some slack, but you should refresh yourself with the rules here. This isn't some obnoxious flame site you may be used to.



    Oh, so you like telling others to do things you don't have any intention of doing yourself eh? Typical.



    bup, bup, bup....Stop right there. I don't know Mr. Issa, he is not my congressman, and even if he were, or I did, then I would tell him to steam ahead full speed, and get to the bottom of the truth.



    Too late, they have, and do regularly....
    I started to respond to you again (don't ask me why), but half way thru, and especially after attributing criminal intent to the big-eared guy, I had to ask myself - "What's the point?" Another con who hasn't come to term with two election victories by Obama, bent on blaming everything and anything on him ... you go ahead and speculate all you want, be one of Grand Theft Auto Issa's cheerleaders, instead of demanding an honest investigation ... I'll wait for the investigation to be completed son ... take care, have the last word ... once the investigation is over, I'll be in touch ...

    BTW, saying that you are not the most critical of thinkers is not a personal attack, but rather an observation based on your posts ... but if I hurt your feelings, my apologies ...
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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    I "read somewhere" that "Windowdressing" is Lois Lerner's DebatePolitics account.
    I just want to say that I am not Lois Lerner, but on the advice of my attorney, I am taking the fifth.

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    Re: House says IRS official waived rights, contempt possible

    Quote Originally Posted by windowdressing View Post
    I started to respond to you again (don't ask me why), but half way thru, and especially after attributing criminal intent to the big-eared guy, I had to ask myself - "What's the point?" Another con who hasn't come to term with two election victories by Obama, bent on blaming everything and anything on him ... you go ahead and speculate all you want, be one of Grand Theft Auto Issa's cheerleaders, instead of demanding an honest investigation ... I'll wait for the investigation to be completed son ... take care, have the last word ... once the investigation is over, I'll be in touch ...
    Do me a favor and save it....The dripping contempt, and arrogant superior attitude coming from you is nauseating. If I really wanted more of that type of discourse I'd go to DailyKOS and stir up the challenged. In fact, you haven't shown us that any of your particular approach to this story is anything different than what one can get by listening to 5 minutes (because that is all a rational person can stand) on MSNBC. Your insults are laughable, and childish, and your arguments, and defenses of the non defensible show the banality of your less than stimulating prose.

    You bring nothing that is not repeated here over and over by others that spew the same garbage and think themselves intelligent. It's not even scoff worthy, it is just plain sad.

    BTW, saying that you are not the most critical of thinkers is not a personal attack, but rather an observation based on your posts ... but if I hurt your feelings, my apologies ...
    As always with progressives, the qualified apology...Usually disguised as a back handed insult to the person being apologized to...If you are going to type things that you don't mean, then a hint for you best to keep your mouth shut, rather than display your lack of intelligence for all to see.

    It'd be a pathetic day if I had to rely on a progressive to validate my thinking skills on any level, so you have a good day, and come on back when you get a new approach....Because the one you are displaying now, just reeks of sock puppet.
    Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.

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