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2014-07-18 10:02:49 AM  
This isn't a sign of incompetence, it's a sign that they're only pretending to take you idiots seriously at all.

/Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*
 
2014-07-18 10:06:44 AM  
No, It's just you subby.
 
2014-07-18 10:09:47 AM  
They're busy laughing at the stuff the NSA collected on you, subby.
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2014-07-18 10:10:24 AM  
It's just you.
 
2014-07-18 10:14:25 AM  
It's you.
 
2014-07-18 10:15:16 AM  
People who live in the conservative bubble of Fox, Rush, Drudge and the Daily Caller wonder why libs and other elitists have *no idea * what is *really* going on!
 
2014-07-18 10:15:49 AM  
The President should be advised and made aware of every hard drive failure.

This is at least as bad as Bush ignoring terror alerts prior to the attacks of 9/11.
 
2014-07-18 10:17:06 AM  
Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator
 
2014-07-18 10:20:14 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator


yep. next week he's the tyrant whose NSA spy network knows when you need to take a dump before you even do!
 
2014-07-18 10:23:16 AM  
DOJ has allegedly been conducting a widely-mocked investigation into the IRS conservative targeting scandal for more than a year...

Are you sure it's the DOJ's investigation and not the largely imaginary "IRS targeting scandal" that people are mocking?
 
2014-07-18 10:39:17 AM  
you
 
2014-07-18 10:40:40 AM  

IgG4: No, It's just you subby.



I just wonder how subby got a job in the Obama Administration.
 
2014-07-18 10:42:09 AM  

FlashHarry: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

yep. next week he's the tyrant whose NSA spy network knows when you need to take a dump before you even do!


Can I get as copy of that? It will really help me plan my weekend.
 
2014-07-18 10:42:14 AM  
Subby, please tell us you've clicked on the daily whiner ironically and not because you're into that sort of stuff.
 
2014-07-18 10:54:02 AM  
"So you actually read about it in the press and nobody in the IRS ever went to the Justice Department to give you a heads-up, knowing you were conducting the investigation that some evidence may have been destroyed?," Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis ventured.

"Not before the 13th of June," Cole replied.


yup, that investigation sounds legit.  just like that free candy van.
 
2014-07-18 10:56:46 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator


No.  He's just lying.
 
2014-07-18 10:57:49 AM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.


Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing
 
2014-07-18 10:59:33 AM  

dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*


75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.
 
2014-07-18 11:00:55 AM  
by darrel issa's neckbeard!
 
2014-07-18 11:05:22 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing


he's hoping threads like this get deleted and Farkers will pretend it never existed.
 
2014-07-18 11:06:35 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing


and yet it amazes me that supposedly intelligent people like you are so blinded by partisanship you can't see that.

that it just so happened that the six particular hard drives the GOP subpoenaed information from happened to crash and get destroyed, yet the IRS was able to get the emails from the hard drives from everyone else in the IRS that those people corresponded with.  so 100% success rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did not subpoena and a 100% failure rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did subpoena.  What are the odds of that happening?  impossible.
 
2014-07-18 11:07:58 AM  

SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.


They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).
 
2014-07-18 11:10:10 AM  

SkinnyHead: 75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.


Now go ask those 75% to explain a single thing about the "scandal" beyond what was included in the loaded question they were asked.
 
2014-07-18 11:10:11 AM  
Conservatives on Obama:
"To the last, I grapple with thee; From Ayn Rand's heart, I stab at thee; For potato's sake, I spit my last breath at thee."
 
2014-07-18 11:10:59 AM  

ManateeGag: MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing

he's hoping threads like this get deleted and Farkers will pretend it never existed.



There's deleted, and there's
static.rcgroups.net
 
2014-07-18 11:14:37 AM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing

and yet it amazes me that supposedly intelligent people like you are so blinded by partisanship you can't see that.

that it just so happened that the six particular hard drives the GOP subpoenaed information from happened to crash and get destroyed, yet the IRS was able to get the emails from the hard drives from everyone else in the IRS that those people corresponded with.  so 100% success rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did not subpoena and a 100% failure rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did subpoena.  What are the odds of that happening?  impossible.


You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.
 
2014-07-18 11:18:15 AM  

SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.


42% of those 75% are in fact cats and not people.  A further 37% were also found to want an investigation into swiss cheese and where the cheese in the holes goes.  The remaining 21% of the 75% were unable to be located and appear to have been imagined by either the cats or the cheese.

Please proceed though as your wanking motions always bring a little more happiness into the world.
 
2014-07-18 11:22:38 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: lie about their taxes get more scrutiny


and boo farking hoo, they have to fill out an extra form.  so did the liberal groups and they didn't cry about it.
 
2014-07-18 11:22:58 AM  

dr_blasto: SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.

They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).


Actually, only 17% oppose the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the scandal.  They're a tiny minority far from the mainstream.  I won't call them left-wing dead-enders.  I'll just call them Farklibs.
 
2014-07-18 11:25:02 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.



Wait, the IRS is lying about the hard drive failures, but it is the Republicans that are obstructing?

LULZ.

The hearings and investigations could end tomorrow if they just produced the emails.  As long as they are clean.
 
2014-07-18 11:25:27 AM  
More boy who cried wolf.

*eye roll*
 
2014-07-18 11:27:49 AM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.


Wait, the IRS is lying about the hard drive failures, but it is the Republicans that are obstructing?

LULZ.

The hearings and investigations could end tomorrow if they just produced the emails.  As long as they are clean.


No they wouldn't.  Issa would just go after some other information and keep going after data until he found that one nugget of information that justified his existence.
 
2014-07-18 11:28:07 AM  
I refuse to believe that Administration's explanation.  In order for them to learn it from the press first, the press would have to be doing its job.  Since the press is pretty incompetent across the board, something is obviously fishy.

/SH and Sloth in the same thread.  Happy Freeper Friday!
 
2014-07-18 11:29:34 AM  

SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.


Wait, the IRS is lying about the hard drive failures, but it is the Republicans that are obstructing?

LULZ.

The hearings and investigations could end tomorrow if they just produced the emails.  As long as they are clean.


Just like the birth certificate.
 
2014-07-18 11:29:37 AM  
I think maybe they shouldn't have hired this guy for a cabinet position:

i2.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-18 11:30:09 AM  

SlothB77: The hearings and investigations could end tomorrow if they just produced the emails.  As long as they are clean.


Yeah... right

/want to buy a bridge?
 
2014-07-18 11:33:12 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing

and yet it amazes me that supposedly intelligent people like you are so blinded by partisanship you can't see that.

that it just so happened that the six particular hard drives the GOP subpoenaed information from happened to crash and get destroyed, yet the IRS was able to get the emails from the hard drives from everyone else in the IRS that those people corresponded with.  so 100% success rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did not subpoena and a 100% failure rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did subpoena.  What are the odds of that happening?  impossible.

You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.


The HDD fails sounds like bullshiat because it is bullshiat.

The IRS indicates they have approximately 2000 failures this year alone.

The entirety of the thing manufactured poutrage by impotent Republican morons in Congress. Lerner's drive failed in 2011. There's no evidence that isn't true, there's no evidence of some impropriety and, since it's convenient, the Republican douchebags constantly ignore the IRS doing the same exact thing to lefty groups.

The entire thing is bullshiat.
 
2014-07-18 11:36:51 AM  

SkinnyHead: dr_blasto: SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.

They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).

Actually, only 17% oppose the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the scandal.  They're a tiny minority far from the mainstream.  I won't call them left-wing dead-enders.  I'll just call them Farklibs.


17% of that 20%. Nobody who has any idea of what this is about gives a damn. People that paid attention are fully aware the entire "scandal" is just Republican bullshiat.

Likely none of those groups should have been granted 501(c)4 status. If there's a scandal, that's it. No honest accounting of their works would indicate they're anything but political groups specifically set up to get Republicans elected. There is NO other purpose.
 
2014-07-18 11:37:33 AM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: I refuse to believe that Administration's explanation.  In order for them to learn it from the press first, the press would have to be doing its job.  Since the press is pretty incompetent across the board, something is obviously fishy.

/SH and Sloth in the same thread.  Happy Freeper Friday!


It is potato day.
 
2014-07-18 11:37:54 AM  

dr_blasto: MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: SlothB77: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Holy sh*t

/is it empty suit week again?
//I could swear it's still evil muslim dictator

No.  He's just lying.

Thank you for your deep and insightful thoughts

/they're always amusing

and yet it amazes me that supposedly intelligent people like you are so blinded by partisanship you can't see that.

that it just so happened that the six particular hard drives the GOP subpoenaed information from happened to crash and get destroyed, yet the IRS was able to get the emails from the hard drives from everyone else in the IRS that those people corresponded with.  so 100% success rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did not subpoena and a 100% failure rate for IRS hard drives the GOP did subpoena.  What are the odds of that happening?  impossible.

You're right: the HDD fails sound like bullsh*t

/the bigger point though is that I don't really care if organizations that are likely to lie about their taxes get more scrutiny
//not to mention the general Republican obstructionism of endless hearings and investigations that have yielded absolutely nothing thus far but TV time for Issa and Co.

The HDD fails sounds like bullshiat because it is bullshiat.

The IRS indicates they have approximately 2000 failures this year alone.

The entirety of the thing manufactured poutrage by impotent Republican morons in Congress. Lerner's drive failed in 2011. There's no evidence that isn't true, there's no evidence of some impropriety and, since it's convenient, the Republican douchebags constantly ignore the IRS doing the same exact thing to lefty groups.

The entire thing is bullshiat.


If they use WD drives, I'm surprised the number is that low.
 
2014-07-18 11:42:10 AM  

SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.



There is no scandal.

So get back to this:

photos.imageevent.com
 
2014-07-18 11:45:10 AM  

SkinnyHead: dr_blasto: SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.

They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).

Actually, only 17% oppose the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the scandal.  They're a tiny minority far from the mainstream.  I won't call them left-wing dead-enders.  I'll just call them Farklibs.


How's that work, SH? Generic made-up-shiat template:

[high number]% of the people think [my unsubstantiated claim] and only [low number]% disagreed, but [tangential unsubstantiated claim], so they're obviously just [loaded word hated group].

[target of hate screed] is trying to [ignore/subvert/cover up] the [will/freedoms/scandal] of the [American people/entire world/the century].
 
2014-07-18 11:49:16 AM  

MrBallou: SkinnyHead: dr_blasto: SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.

They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).

Actually, only 17% oppose the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the scandal.  They're a tiny minority far from the mainstream.  I won't call them left-wing dead-enders.  I'll just call them Farklibs.

How's that work, SH? Generic made-up-shiat template:

[high number]% of the people think [my unsubstantiated claim] and only [low number]% disagreed, but [tangential unsubstantiated claim], so they're obviously just [loaded word hated group].

[target of hate screed] is trying to [ignore/subvert/cover up] the [will/freedoms/scandal] of the [American people/entire world/the century].


Remember to wash your hands now, because I have a pretty good idea where those numbers came from.
 
2014-07-18 11:51:37 AM  
Tell us who contacted them about it.
 
2014-07-18 11:52:29 AM  
To be fair, whenever the President learns about something outrageous from the media, he gets upset and vows to get to the bottom of it.  With a straight face.
 
2014-07-18 11:54:46 AM  

MrBallou: SkinnyHead: dr_blasto: SkinnyHead: dookdookdook: Oh, you want an investigation into why the IRS was doing it's job? *snicker* Sure Darrell, we'll get right on that. *wanking motion*

75% of the people want congress or a special prosecutor to investigate.  So when the administration answers back by mocking them and giving them a "wanking motion," as you so aptly put it, well, they're none too happy about it.

They probably want an investigation as to why all those political teabagger groups were actually finally allowed their 501(c)4 status when they're obviously and exclusively political groups (excepting, of course, the 20% or so right-wing dead-enders that still think Cheney shouldn't be tossed in The Hague).

Actually, only 17% oppose the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the scandal.  They're a tiny minority far from the mainstream.  I won't call them left-wing dead-enders.  I'll just call them Farklibs.

How's that work, SH? Generic made-up-shiat template:

[high number]% of the people think [my unsubstantiated claim] and only [low number]% disagreed, but [tangential unsubstantiated claim], so they're obviously just [loaded word hated group].

[target of hate screed] is trying to [ignore/subvert/cover up] the [will/freedoms/scandal] of the [American people/entire world/the century].


it's like a retarded version of Mad Libs (libs libs libs!)
 
2014-07-18 11:55:27 AM  
When I see Obama cruising around on a hoveround, telling everyone to buy gold and holding a sign that says we need to take our country back, then I'll believe he gets all his news from TV.
 
2014-07-18 11:56:07 AM  
submitter,

i.imgur.com
 
2014-07-18 11:58:55 AM  

dr_blasto: Three Crooked Squirrels: I refuse to believe that Administration's explanation.  In order for them to learn it from the press first, the press would have to be doing its job.  Since the press is pretty incompetent across the board, something is obviously fishy.

/SH and Sloth in the same thread.  Happy Freeper Friday!

It is potato day.




i865.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-18 11:59:32 AM  
When the GOP Reps disseminate their findings almost exclusively via bombastic press conferences, shouldn't it be weird that Obama learns anything directly from Congress?
 
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