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(USA Today)   While the IRS central scrutinizer was singling out right-wing groups for nitpicking, they were waving through liberal groups' applications. In other news, Tea Party changes its name to Mother Gaia's Nuanced Vegans for Appeasement   (usatoday.com) divider line 321
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2013-05-15 12:14:48 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: inner ted: LasersHurt: inner ted: so the IRS is apologizing for nothing then?

I don't know what you mean. The targeting of conservative groups was bad, and most people (including most liberals)  lolno - seem to admit that.

That does not automatically lend validity to this article, with these new claims.

there is an awful lot of downplaying by lots of folks here when Obama gets a black eye for things like this.

mystery drone strikes
privacy issues
closing gitmo
not being real honest about benghazi
irs targeting his opponents

any of these, if during W's years, would have been a freaking uproar by the other side.  and rightfully so.

What a rich fantasy life you lead. The ones that actually would make sane people angry (the first three) DO get complaints from the center and left.


Well, Rush O'Hannity never mentions that the left is upset about these issues, so Real Americans™ think all liberals are OK with them.
 
2013-05-15 12:15:15 PM  

LasersHurt: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

See now here is where you lose me, is the assumed motives and party alignment.


I'm going to go out on a limb and make that assumption, yes.
 
2013-05-15 12:15:21 PM  

SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.


Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.
 
2013-05-15 12:15:38 PM  
The IRS made themselves lapdogs of the left.  Make them pay.  Make them squirm.

Above all they are:

torreyshannon.com
 
2013-05-15 12:15:53 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: And I don't know for certain, but the CPA probably is - and should be - tax exempt.


If you mean the CPUSA, they are not presently a 501 or 527 organization.
 
2013-05-15 12:16:43 PM  

Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

See now here is where you lose me, is the assumed motives and party alignment.

I'm going to go out on a limb and make that assumption, yes.


When Bush used the IRS to target liberal groups
 
2013-05-15 12:17:29 PM  

Fart_Machine: Scerpes: Muta: The IRS gives churches a free pass.  Where is the outrage regarding this?

You mean like when they give unions a free pass?

Citation needed.


http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/eotopica88.pdf
 
2013-05-15 12:18:03 PM  

I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.


So you're going to run with this? Really? Which buildings did Occupiers blow up? Which cities did we "loot, rape and pillage"?
 
2013-05-15 12:19:35 PM  

I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.


Knowingly voting republican is socially and economically destructive. If your country depends upon being socially and economically stable, supporting something that makes it less so is against the better interests of your country.

Hence, Republicans and the teahadists they nurture being cancer.
 
2013-05-15 12:20:02 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.

So you're going to run with this? Really? Which buildings did Occupiers blow up? Which cities did we "loot, rape and pillage"?


I think he got OWS mixed up with 10th century Vikings? Maybe?
 
2013-05-15 12:20:48 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: A Dark Evil Omen: I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.

So you're going to run with this? Really? Which buildings did Occupiers blow up? Which cities did we "loot, rape and pillage"?

I think he got OWS mixed up with 10th century Vikings? Maybe?


I don't even own a battleaxe.
 
2013-05-15 12:22:39 PM  
IRS Sent Same Letter to Democrats That Fed Tea Party Row

"One of those groups, Emerge America, saw its tax-exempt status denied, forcing it to disclose its donors and pay some taxes. None of the Republican groups have said their applications were rejected."
 
2013-05-15 12:22:55 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Debeo Summa Credo: thereby reducing the projected deficit referred to in BMulligan's link.

Uh, yeah maybe in the previous estimate. This current CBO estimate is reduced from that one. I.E the sequester was factored in, and then the deficit was reduced even further due to increased taxes and a growth in the economy, mainly.

Do you get it now?


The current projected deficit factors in the sequester. FY 2013 deficit will be lower thanks to the sequester. Had the sequester not happened, the deficit would have been higher. Part of the reduction from the FY 2012 deficit to the FY 2013 deficit is the $85b in sequester cuts (or whatever portion of those fall in FY 2013). Do you get it? Thank you sequester!!!

If you want to argue that other factors have affected the projected deficit, then I'd agree completely.
 
2013-05-15 12:23:34 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

Filling out some forms is now "borderline harassment"

Do you even know what status they were applying for?


Hey, I'm no fan of Tea Party types but you really should look a little closer. Borderline was being generous.

If you can tell me everyone who applied for that status received such a letter I will apologize.
 
2013-05-15 12:24:16 PM  
 
2013-05-15 12:24:26 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: cameroncrazy1984: A Dark Evil Omen: I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.

So you're going to run with this? Really? Which buildings did Occupiers blow up? Which cities did we "loot, rape and pillage"?

I think he got OWS mixed up with 10th century Vikings? Maybe?

I don't even own a battleaxe.


Guys? It was me - even though I wasn't physically at any of the OWS protests (I had a 9-5 and a commute from hell), I bank with CapitalOne.
yourtruthdiet.files.wordpress.com

// Occupy Svaaalblaaadoningsburg!
 
2013-05-15 12:28:36 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: Lionel Mandrake: And I don't know for certain, but the CPA probably is - and should be - tax exempt.

If you mean the CPUSA, they are not presently a 501 or 527 organization.


I'll be damned...do you know if they ever applied?
 
2013-05-15 12:29:11 PM  

Witty_Retort: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

See now here is where you lose me, is the assumed motives and party alignment.

I'm going to go out on a limb and make that assumption, yes.

When Bush used the IRS to target liberal groups


Good ol' Bush, he makes everything OK.
 
2013-05-15 12:29:46 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: So you're going to run with this? Really? Which buildings did Occupiers blow up? Which cities did we "loot, rape and pillage"?


You might ask him.  Your anger is for him.  Though you do seem a tad defensive.  Which did you do, rape or pillage?
 
2013-05-15 12:30:04 PM  
So "conservatives" are only against profiling when it is against them.  What a surprise.
 
2013-05-15 12:30:07 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: A Dark Evil Omen: Lionel Mandrake: And I don't know for certain, but the CPA probably is - and should be - tax exempt.

If you mean the CPUSA, they are not presently a 501 or 527 organization.

I'll be damned...do you know if they ever applied?


No clue. They're incompetently run, though; I have no doubt that if they did apply they would fark it up.
 
2013-05-15 12:31:00 PM  
Man, only Epoch_Zero can read.  +1 for him.
 
2013-05-15 12:32:11 PM  

Cletus C.: Good ol' Bush, he makes everything OK.


Well, nobody seemed to care til it happened while a blah man was President.
 
2013-05-15 12:32:43 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: cameroncrazy1984: Debeo Summa Credo: thereby reducing the projected deficit referred to in BMulligan's link.

Uh, yeah maybe in the previous estimate. This current CBO estimate is reduced from that one. I.E the sequester was factored in, and then the deficit was reduced even further due to increased taxes and a growth in the economy, mainly.

Do you get it now?

The current projected deficit factors in the sequester. FY 2013 deficit will be lower thanks to the sequester. Had the sequester not happened, the deficit would have been higher. Part of the reduction from the FY 2012 deficit to the FY 2013 deficit is the $85b in sequester cuts (or whatever portion of those fall in FY 2013). Do you get it? Thank you sequester!!!

If you want to argue that other factors have affected the projected deficit, then I'd agree completely.


"Thank you sequester" implies that it's mainly due to the sequester that the deficit is lower. As that is not the case, according to the CBO, that's the problem with your characterization.
 
2013-05-15 12:35:37 PM  

I_C_Weener: Man, only Epoch_Zero can read.  +1 for him.


LIES
 
2013-05-15 12:41:45 PM  
God forbid this be anything but left-vs-right, when either way it's  about blatantly political groups circumventing campaign finance law by filing as 501(c)(4)'s in the wake of Citizens United.
 
2013-05-15 12:42:53 PM  

Cletus C.: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

Filling out some forms is now "borderline harassment"

Do you even know what status they were applying for?

Hey, I'm no fan of Tea Party types but you really should look a little closer. Borderline was being generous.

If you can tell me everyone who applied for that status received such a letter I will apologize.


I'm sorry, I'm still not seeing the harassment here. The only requirement for it not being harassment is that everyone should have gotten one? I don't think the IRS has the money to do that.
 
2013-05-15 12:43:28 PM  

Witty_Retort: Cletus C.: Good ol' Bush, he makes everything OK.

Well, nobody seemed to care til it happened while a blah man was President.


So, going from Bush to the race card? Sweet.
 
2013-05-15 12:45:19 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: cameroncrazy1984: Cletus C.: LasersHurt: Cletus C.: Are we pretending the IRS singling out conservative groups was not political?

Define Political.

The IRS singling out a particular group for extra scrutiny and borderline harassment because its members advocate strong political positions in opposition to your favored party..

Filling out some forms is now "borderline harassment"

Do you even know what status they were applying for?

Hey, I'm no fan of Tea Party types but you really should look a little closer. Borderline was being generous.

If you can tell me everyone who applied for that status received such a letter I will apologize.

I'm sorry, I'm still not seeing the harassment here. The only requirement for it not being harassment is that everyone should have gotten one? I don't think the IRS has the money to do that.


What IF Obama said this was way wrong? Would you then care that the IRS was selectively targeting?
 
2013-05-15 12:51:31 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: lantawa: Lionel Mandrake: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents; that's what this issue boils down to. Unfortunately, an enormous unethical "cheating" culture has enveloped the current "command economy" government regime, and there is now an enormous backlash that is beginning to seek out balance between the two economic polarities. The IRS effectively altered election results through harassment methods. IRS "operatives," so to speak, working directly in tacit agreement with the Obama campaign, worked as thoroughly as possible (while on taxpayers' dimes) to divert resources and money away from conservative efforts to encourage citizens for the conservative causes and candidates. There's really no two ways about it.  that's what was done. End of story.
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Cute. Your goofiness is noted. Thanks for playing.

You're welcome.  Your paranoid insanity is my pleasure.

Tell me more about about the scary black man!!


Well, since grotesque examples of name-calling seem to be okay, let me explain to you that ad hominem attacks on people you disagree with is right out.....

Let me reiterate the entire theory to you, as follows:

Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents; that's what this issue boils down to.

Unfortunately, an enormous unethical "cheating" culture has enveloped the current "command economy" government regime, and there is now an enormous backlash that is beginning to seek out balance between the two economic polarities. The IRS effectively altered election results through harassment methods. IRS "operatives," so to speak, working directly in tacit agreement with the Obama campaign, worked as thoroughly as possible (while on taxpayers' dimes) to divert resources and money away from conservative efforts to encourage citizens for the conservative causes and candidates. There's really no two ways about it.  that's what was done. End of story.

---This theory is much more correct and relevant than any misguided and childish declaration that your conservative opponents are insanely paranoid and "afraid of the scary black man." Write something meaningful in response to me, or STFU.
 
2013-05-15 12:53:13 PM  

Cletus C.:
So, going from Bush to the race card? Sweet.

Well, nobody seemed to care til it happened while a Democrat was President. 

Revised for you delicate sensibilities. Still doesn't change your selective outrage.

Cletus C.: What IF Obama said this was way wrong? Would you then care that the IRS was selectively targeting?


Obama said it is wrong because everyone hates the IRS. He has nothing to lose in that.
The truth is that this is how the IRS works: it finds key words or deductions and determines those filings deserve extra scrutiny. Someone did some research and determined 501s with TEA or Patriot in the title had a higher chance of being fraudulent. There was a story about a liberal group with Patriot in the title being held up and asked for more paperwork.
 
2013-05-15 12:54:39 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents

Your a idiot.


No, U. That, free economy vs. command economy, is straight out of a college Economics course text book. But college isn't your thing, is it?
 
2013-05-15 12:55:00 PM  

Epoch_Zero: I_C_Weener: Man, only Epoch_Zero can read.  +1 for him.

LIES


images.fineartamerica.com

Who are you going to believe?  Me, or your lying eyes?
 
2013-05-15 12:56:10 PM  
Just to clarify for all the ignorant people: Auditing someone based upon their name is ILLEGAL. It doesn't matter WHAT THE NAME IS. /Can't believe I actually logged in to post this
 
2013-05-15 12:56:31 PM  

lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents

Your a idiot.

No, U. That, free economy vs. command economy, is straight out of a college Economics course text book. But college isn't your thing, is it?


You're asserting the Dems are in favor of a command economy. You are in your own weird world that has nothing to do with this one.
 
2013-05-15 12:57:02 PM  

I_C_Weener: Epoch_Zero: I_C_Weener: Man, only Epoch_Zero can read.  +1 for him.

LIES

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Who are you going to believe?  Me, or your lying eyes?


Hey! Get my head out from between those scissor blades, stat!
 
2013-05-15 12:58:38 PM  

Vindibudd: Just to clarify for all the ignorant people: Auditing someone based upon their name is ILLEGAL. It doesn't matter WHAT THE NAME IS. /Can't believe I actually logged in to post this


I can't believe you did either considering that nobody was audited.
 
2013-05-15 12:59:02 PM  

Vindibudd: Just to clarify for all the ignorant people: Auditing someone based upon their name is ILLEGAL. It doesn't matter WHAT THE NAME IS. /Can't believe I actually logged in to post this


Not people, but what about organization?
 
2013-05-15 12:59:19 PM  

Epoch_Zero: I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.

Knowingly voting republican is socially and economically destructive. If your country depends upon being socially and economically stable, supporting something that makes it less so is against the better interests of your country.

Hence, Republicans and the teahadists they nurture being cancer.


Well, yeah that's just your opinion.
 
2013-05-15 01:01:48 PM  

Fart_Machine: Vindibudd: Just to clarify for all the ignorant people: Auditing someone based upon their name is ILLEGAL. It doesn't matter WHAT THE NAME IS. /Can't believe I actually logged in to post this

I can't believe you did either considering that nobody was audited.


Hey, man, my real name is Freedom Patriot TEA Party MacDonald and I got the shiat audited out of me. I'm pretty sure it was because of my name, and maybe also the tax evasion.
 
2013-05-15 01:02:45 PM  

Fart_Machine: Vindibudd: Just to clarify for all the ignorant people: Auditing someone based upon their name is ILLEGAL. It doesn't matter WHAT THE NAME IS. /Can't believe I actually logged in to post this

I can't believe you did either considering that nobody was audited.


Singling people out based on their politics, be they groups of people or individuals to slow walk their applications for tax exemption or audit them based upon political beliefs is illegal. Does that cover everything?
 
2013-05-15 01:02:58 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents

Your a idiot.

No, U. That, free economy vs. command economy, is straight out of a college Economics course text book. But college isn't your thing, is it?

You're asserting the Dems are in favor of a command economy. You are in your own weird world that has nothing to do with this one.


From Merriam:  an economic system in which activity is controlled by a central authority and the means of production are publicly owned

Dear Omen, yours is the weird world. Go take some economics courses, please, before you make a further fool of yourself.
 
2013-05-15 01:03:16 PM  

Witty_Retort: Cletus C.: Good ol' Bush, he makes everything OK.

Well, nobody seemed to care til it happened while a blah man was President.


It honestly doesn't matter in this case that Obama is black. It's that he's a Democrat; him being black is a handy bonus for the kind of people Republicans have been courting for the last half-century. And they know it.

To put it as bluntly as possible, the kind of amoral tools who would actively seek out and associate with racists, Christian jihadist-equivalents and lunatics just to win the Big Game are the kind of people who would happily ignore their team cheating- then squeal their little pig faces off when they saw the other team do so much as burp in an offensive manner. And in continually distorting political discourse like this they then have the unbelievable, unforgivable gall to be upset when the other side has to resort to acting like them just to keep them from cheating their way to victory.

They sat silent while precedent was set, never being intelligent enough to understand checks and balances. Never being intelligent enough to realize that any power you give yourself in a democracy will someday be wielded by your political enemies. They sat on their hands while their side changed the rules, and now they're objecting to the rules having been changed. fark `em.

And sadly, while a lot of what's going on is obviously reprehensible on either side, the team-sports paradigm wins the day. The alternative to ignoring Obama's crimes is to call him on them and end up with the Republicans in power again. And the Republicans are worse. Demonstrably worse. On every subject that matters to me and most of the people I know.

So yeah: the Republican Party broke democracy. Best part is? Eventually our elected government will be so damn dysfunctional that somebody's brand of fascism is going to sound like a swell idea because shiat will actually get done. We're pretty close now, the only question is who's sitting in the chair when the music stops...
 
2013-05-15 01:04:32 PM  
Has anyone provided a non-hilarious description of the charitable/non-political activities performed by Tea Party groups?
 
2013-05-15 01:04:35 PM  

lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents

Your a idiot.

No, U. That, free economy vs. command economy, is straight out of a college Economics course text book. But college isn't your thing, is it?

You're asserting the Dems are in favor of a command economy. You are in your own weird world that has nothing to do with this one.

From Merriam:  an economic system in which activity is controlled by a central authority and the means of production are publicly owned

Dear Omen, yours is the weird world. Go take some economics courses, please, before you make a further fool of yourself.


Ha ha, look at you, you really believe the Dems are communists.
 
2013-05-15 01:05:10 PM  

gimmegimme: Has anyone provided a non-hilarious description of the charitable/non-political activities performed by Tea Party groups?


Here's one:
 
2013-05-15 01:05:26 PM  

Anonymous Bosch: Witty_Retort: Cletus C.: Good ol' Bush, he makes everything OK.

Well, nobody seemed to care til it happened while a blah man was President.

It honestly doesn't matter in this case that Obama is black. It's that he's a Democrat; him being black is a handy bonus for the kind of people Republicans have been courting for the last half-century. And they know it.

To put it as bluntly as possible, the kind of amoral tools who would actively seek out and associate with racists, Christian jihadist-equivalents and lunatics just to win the Big Game are the kind of people who would happily ignore their team cheating- then squeal their little pig faces off when they saw the other team do so much as burp in an offensive manner. And in continually distorting political discourse like this they then have the unbelievable, unforgivable gall to be upset when the other side has to resort to acting like them just to keep them from cheating their way to victory.

They sat silent while precedent was set, never being intelligent enough to understand checks and balances. Never being intelligent enough to realize that any power you give yourself in a democracy will someday be wielded by your political enemies. They sat on their hands while their side changed the rules, and now they're objecting to the rules having been changed. fark `em.

And sadly, while a lot of what's going on is obviously reprehensible on either side, the team-sports paradigm wins the day. The alternative to ignoring Obama's crimes is to call him on them and end up with the Republicans in power again. And the Republicans are worse. Demonstrably worse. On every subject that matters to me and most of the people I know.

So yeah: the Republican Party broke democracy. Best part is? Eventually our elected government will be so damn dysfunctional that somebody's brand of fascism is going to sound like a swell idea because shiat will actually get done. We're pretty close now, the only question is who's sitting in the chair w ...


In short, cheaters calling cheaters cheaters is cheating. Cheat.
 
2013-05-15 01:05:27 PM  

Vindibudd: Epoch_Zero: I_C_Weener: SithLord: Epoch_Zero: Liberal groups usually aren't a threat to the very existence of the country.

Bill Ayers ring a bell?  Occupy Wall Street ring a bell?  I don't recall any Tea-Party types blowing up buildings, or looting or raping or pillaging the cities they staged marches in.

Look, they voted Republican.  That's like...ultra-destructive and anti-American and something.

Knowingly voting republican is socially and economically destructive. If your country depends upon being socially and economically stable, supporting something that makes it less so is against the better interests of your country.

Hence, Republicans and the teahadists they nurture being cancer.

Well, yeah that's just your opinion.


Nope. Deficits, debt, social mobility and economic growth are all worse under Republican administrations. They are literally bad for this country. A resident malignancy, if you will.
 
2013-05-15 01:05:49 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: You're asserting the Dems are in favor of a command economy. You are in your own weird world that has nothing to do with this one.


You'll have to go easy on him. They don't have reality in Beckistan.
 
2013-05-15 01:06:40 PM  

A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: A Dark Evil Omen: lantawa: Free economy proponents vs. command economy proponents

Your a idiot.

No, U. That, free economy vs. command economy, is straight out of a college Economics course text book. But college isn't your thing, is it?

You're asserting the Dems are in favor of a command economy. You are in your own weird world that has nothing to do with this one.

From Merriam:  an economic system in which activity is controlled by a central authority and the means of production are publicly owned

Dear Omen, yours is the weird world. Go take some economics courses, please, before you make a further fool of yourself.

Ha ha, look at you, you really believe the Dems are communists.


It's a scale, moran. Each side leans towards one or the other extreme. Get it?  Jeez.
 
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