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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The IRS is worse than any greedy, fat-cat, foreclosin' banker ever thought of being. I think it's kinda ironic that the only IRS dude to get killed worked in debt collections. There's no telling how many people that bastard has put in the street over, "interest and penalties".
    You're aware that this particular IRS agent was not in charge of writing tax law, correct?
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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The IRS is worse than any greedy, fat-cat, foreclosin' banker ever thought of being. I think it's kinda ironic that the only IRS dude to get killed worked in debt collections. There's no telling how many people that bastard has put in the street over, "interest and penalties".
    Most of them probably intentionally tried to defraud the government and got caught. I don't have sympathy for a crack dealer arrested by a cop, so why would I have sympathy for a tax cheat busted by the IRS? Hell, the crack dealer probably has less of a negative impact on my life than does the tax cheat.

    Also, weren't you the one telling me about how you tried to get away with underpaying your taxes repeatedly, then threatened the tax collector when he audited you?


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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    The only movement Beck has is a bowel movement. He latched on to the Tea Party after the fact; he certainly didn't have a hand in its creation.
    Maybe not, but it shows he was thinking on the same lines everyone else was thinking of so that everyone just coincided one another.

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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Would Beck be backing away so hard if there were no parallels between his daily vomitus and what this man did?
    Glen Beck does not promote violence or revolution of any kind against the government. In his book, Common Sense, he tells of how our early ancestors gave us a means of non-violent revolt, by voting out these dictatorial despots at the voting booth.

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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    I ain't sayin' he's right, but I understand.
    Really, you understand how someone can decide they want to murder people in an act of terrorism because they didn't like Taxes?

    That's...pretty impressive. I wonder if you exude such understanding to other terrorists or if its only to white guys you kind of sympathize with....

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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    I ain't sayin' he's right, but I understand.
    Is that a quote from Osama bin Laden?

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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    Most of them probably intentionally tried to defraud the government and got caught. I don't have sympathy for a crack dealer arrested by a cop, so why would I have sympathy for a tax cheat busted by the IRS? Hell, the crack dealer probably has less of a negative impact on my life than does the tax cheat.
    Some, sure, but not all. Unless you have some info to support that comment.

    Also, weren't you the one telling me about how you tried to get away with underpaying your taxes repeatedly, then threatened the tax collector when he audited you?
    And you called me a liar, remember? I've never underpaid my taxes. I've always paid exactly what I owed, according to the tax code.
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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Some, sure, but not all. Unless you have some info to support that comment.
    Sure, let me just link to that comprehensive study of the subconscious thoughts of tax evaders.

    And you called me a liar, remember? I've never underpaid my taxes. I've always paid exactly what I owed, according to the tax code.
    If two IRS audits each found that you had to make additional payments, then by definition, you didn't pay what you owed according to the tax code.
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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The IRS is worse than any greedy, fat-cat, foreclosin' banker ever thought of being. I think it's kinda ironic that the only IRS dude to get killed worked in debt collections. There's no telling how many people that bastard has put in the street over, "interest and penalties".
    My, how compassionate.

    How about people paying their damn taxes! It's not difficult.

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    Re: Texas man flies plane into IRS building

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    Sure, let me just link to that comprehensive study of the subconscious thoughts of tax evaders.
    You made a statement of fact. I only asked if you had anything to back it up. I know how you're a stickler for source docs.



    If two IRS audits each found that you had to make additional payments, then by definition, you didn't pay what you owed according to the tax code.
    The tax code is just like any other law, it's open to interpretation.
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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