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(Federal News Radio)   Severe budget cuts are significantly impacting the ability of the IRS to persecute conservatives   (federalnewsradio.com ) divider line
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2014-02-06 09:26:09 AM  
6 votes:

dragonchild: Because I pay my goddamn motherfarking taxes.  I don't play games so I've never once had a problem with the IRS.
If the IRS lacks the resources to catch the cheaters, that either causes tax rates to go up  to compensate or destabilizes government and right now we're staring down both barrels.

You want the IRS to be underfunded, odds are it's because you're an "I got mine" greedy sociopathic cheater of a liar.
If you don't like our abominable tax code, take your grievances to the guys that write terrible bills.  The IRS are the poor slobs whose duty is to make Congress' gobbledegook work.


You don't seem to get it.  Taxes are used to pay for  other people's stuff.  The government steals money from me to repair roads I never use, teach children who aren't mine, put out fires at buildings I don't own, and prosecute criminals who didn't do anything to me.  I don't owe anything to this society I'm a part of, since when I was on welfare, did anyone help me?  No!  If I can't notice how much I rely on our infrastructure, that means I shouldn't be obligated to pay for it.

You just don't understand the basic, primal, visceral fear of spending money that may be used to benefit  other people.
2014-02-06 12:21:17 PM  
2 votes:

Summercat: In this thread, someone is arguing for a flat consumption tax as a sole tax with no others.

And I think only one person called him on it.

This leaves me sad.


Not everybody wants to confront the crazy homeless guy whose beating off at the bus station either.

It's an apt comparison.
2014-02-06 09:30:21 AM  
2 votes:

Trollomite: Epic Fap Session: The RNC's new slogan should be, "Always the victim."

I thought that was the NACCP's motto?


The National Acronym Confusion Committee Pinheads?
2014-02-06 09:16:58 AM  
2 votes:

Epic Fap Session: The RNC's new slogan should be, "Always the victim."


I thought that was the NACCP's motto?
2014-02-06 09:57:45 AM  
1 vote:

Kit Fister: The levels of hate and vitriol in this thread please the Great Master™


Torgo? Is that you?
2014-02-06 09:21:04 AM  
1 vote:

dragonchild: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: An underfunded IRS is a good thing for everyone.

jso2897: From the point of view of an antisocial psychopath, yes. A normal person, not so much.

dantheman195: Could you explain how this is bad for a 'normal person'?

Because I pay my goddamn motherfarking taxes.  I don't play games so I've never once had a problem with the IRS.
If the IRS lacks the resources to catch the cheaters, that either causes tax rates to go up  to compensate or destabilizes government and right now we're staring down both barrels.

You want the IRS to be underfunded, odds are it's because you're an "I got mine" greedy sociopathic cheater of a liar.
If you don't like our abominable tax code, take your grievances to the guys that write terrible bills.  The IRS are the poor slobs whose duty is to make Congress' gobbledegook work.


. . . Then again, I suppose an honest responsible citizen is the furthest thing from a "normal person" in this country these days, no never farkin' mind.


Dude - you are right. But, you are at about a 9.45 right now, and we need you at about a 6. Seriously - chill.
2014-02-06 09:11:38 AM  
1 vote:

EyeballKid: The Party of Tax Cheats rejoices.


www.fingersmalloy.com
2014-02-06 09:06:46 AM  
1 vote:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: An underfunded IRS is a good thing for everyone.


jso2897: From the point of view of an antisocial psychopath, yes. A normal person, not so much.


dantheman195: Could you explain how this is bad for a 'normal person'?


Because I pay my goddamn motherfarking taxes.  I don't play games so I've never once had a problem with the IRS.
If the IRS lacks the resources to catch the cheaters, that either causes tax rates to go up  to compensate or destabilizes government and right now we're staring down both barrels.

You want the IRS to be underfunded, odds are it's because you're an "I got mine" greedy sociopathic cheater of a liar.
If you don't like our abominable tax code, take your grievances to the guys that write terrible bills.  The IRS are the poor slobs whose duty is to make Congress' gobbledegook work.


. . . Then again, I suppose an honest responsible citizen is the furthest thing from a "normal person" in this country these days, no never farkin' mind.
2014-02-06 08:49:36 AM  
1 vote:
An underfunded IRS is a good thing for everyone.
2014-02-06 08:48:25 AM  
1 vote:
This just means that Job Creators won't be so unnecessarily burdened with abiding by trivialities like federal tax law.
2014-02-06 08:47:35 AM  
1 vote:
The RNC's new slogan should be, "Always the victim."
 
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