Skip to comments.IRS Leaked Christine O’Donnell’s Info the Day She Announced Her Senate Candidacy
Posted on 07/19/2013 7:41:03 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
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“Rogue” IRS agents are everywhere, not just in Cincinnati.
Kinda Doofy or not she IS knda cute!
To tell the truth, I almost wonder whether a certain “Republican” advisor was possibly in on this?
If anyone in America seems intent on opposing the progress of women candidates, in particular GOP women candidates.
It is that certain “Republican” advisor.
Just saying. He shall remain unnamed, but just wondering.
Of course it could be that Dems are responsible, not trying to necessarily change the topic.
This stopped being a joke a long time ago.
It is a criminal conspiracy and Chuck the Schmuck Schumer is knee deep in it.
People need to go to prison over this, but what the hell people should have gone to prison over Benghazi, and F&F.
The only thing that caused a stir was when the Journalists got their phones tapped, but that was just because it was their dog that got bit.
Our Media doesn’t care about anything but keeping their commie friends in office,
The IRS did not leak the information. The IRS is an organization.
A PERSON working for the IRS released the information. We need to find out who that person is and “Go Alinsky” on their ass.
I think what we’ve proven with mounting evidence....is that we can no longer run an income tax system. It’s too prone for abuse with the data involved. So the only alternate idea? A plain flat tax or sales tax, period.
I don’t see we avoid going that direction now. Too many people have massive data files that will be reviewed by dozens or hundreds or thousands. The IRS is now just a collection of data.....to benefit one party over another.
And keep in mind, this was done to protect Mike Castle’s prospects for the REPUBLICAN nomination. So that whoever got the nomination of either party, either way, a liberal would get elected. O’Donnell’s victory over Castle threw a wrench into that plan, so Rove and Perino and the establishment went all out to destroy her, with the Witch commercia, etc.
Campaign consultants exist to advance liberals and the liberal state. They should not be hired by any real conservative.
I’ll take “Tokyo Karl Rove” for $1000 Alex.
We aren't laughing. We are preparing for Politics by Other Means.
Um ... no comment.
A plain flat tax or sales tax, period.
I would be on board with this big time. I would not even mind a 3 percent National Sales Tax. A VAT Tax of 3 percent that goes to the debt. A state tax of 3 percent on every purchase (nothing exempt) and a 1 percent local tax on all items for every person buying an item in various counties. That is a total of 10 percent tax on EVERY Item you buy. Sure it will go up and up and up, but I highly doubt it will get up to 40 percent or more that we pay today on all taxes (at least not for many generations).
Corruption runs deep in local, state, and federal governments, and Democrats are responsible for a lot of it. I don’t doubt Republicans, especially GOPe/RINOs, do their share, too. Government has taken a lot of power from We the People these days. It doesn’t surprise me in the least to find out that corrupt politicians use that power against their opponents. They have many, many tools at their disposal to make an opponent’s life miserable—everything from code violations to IRS audits and worse.
BTW, for all her quirks, we would be better off today with Christine ODonnell in the Senate. I still blame the GOPe for that loss.
hOW ABOUT DC???????????????????????
I think that's quite possible. The establishment will do anything to keep power.
Joe Miller / Lisa Murkowski redux.
You’re right. The GOPe is just as opposed to change as the left. They despise the tea party upstarts as much, if not more than, as Democrats. That’s fine with me, because we now know who we’re waging political war on. They’ve revealed themselves.
The Republican Party hates conservatives. There I said it.
BTW, for all her quirks, Christine ODonnell would have made a much, much better senator that that Castle piece of political excrement. It’s difficult to do worse than a Mike Castle.
a rove in advisor?
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