IRS guilty, ordered to pay 3.5 million to conservatives..

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  1. Trotsky

    Trotsky Silver Belt

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    Also, Zoolander is a movie that Roger Ebert gave a poor review but that I really like.
     
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  2. vengeful

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    They all should be targeted, political groups shouldn't be considered non-profits. If they don't make a profit then they wouldn't have to pay taxes anyway, if they're making a profit, they don't have to pay taxes because they're considered a "non-profit" as long as the profit is within the work they do.

    Taxation has some silly rules if you ask me.
     
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  3. Jack V Savage

    Jack V Savage Secretary of Keepin' It Real/Nicest Guy on Sherdog

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    Dude, no! They needed something much *less* tangible. Just a few speeches from a conman saying that coal is awesome and we're gonna bring it back and they're happy (with him, I mean--not necessarily in life). Tangible action is boring.

    We had no choice but to bail out Wall Street. I'm with you on the foreign wars.

    :)
     
  4. JamesRussler

    JamesRussler You can call me Jimmy

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    Hmm... Proof of a generally held belief amongst a group of people? What, you want me to take a survey? I see and hear their mainstream views every day. Go talk to some Leftys and see for yourself.
     
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    JamesRussler You can call me Jimmy

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    Setting aside this issue about unequal enforcement of the rules, I agree with you. The government shouldn't be in the business of incentivizing political advocacy groups with tax breaks, subsidies, or anything else. There's enough money in politics anyway.
     

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