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Obama donor leading IRS investigation

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http://www.washingto...c9b2_story.html

The most corrupt administration in history uses their own political cronies to investigate themselves and shocker, no charges are expected.

http://online.wsj.co...318983271821584

At this point, why not just have Barack and Holder conduct the "investigation" and let them claim nothing illegal was done.  It will have the same level of rigour.

:lanekiffin: me the republic is dead.  1000 years from now historians are going to look back and name the election of Barack Obama as the turning point that lead to the destruction of a great nation, just like historians seen Ceasar becoming consul with his aggregation of power as the death knell for the Roman Republic.

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I don't trust any of them.

If it's Christie vs. Clinton, I'm not voting. I'm not voting for one party government.

And if one damn person tells me if I didn't vote then I don't have a right to bitch, I'm going to make them read these Nikes.

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View PostA10Rebel, on 14 January 2014 - 09:54 AM, said:

I don't trust any of them.

If it's Christie vs. Clinton, I'm not voting. I'm not voting for one party government.

And if one damn person tells me if I didn't vote then I don't have a right to bitch, I'm going to make them read these Nikes.

Seriously though, if you don't vote, don't bitch.

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View PostHothotz, on 14 January 2014 - 10:54 AM, said:

Seriously though, if you don't vote, don't bitch.

that is a phrase that has no bearing any more in these times. It was valid at one point, it no longer holds any water. If there was an honest difference in those who represent the people I would agree. I don't believe that. It's a profession now not a privilege and those in Washington haven't represented my interests in a long time.

Let's see do I want to vote for a democrat or a republican? Well they only differ in name. so if those are my choices then no thanks.

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View PostHothotz, on 14 January 2014 - 10:54 AM, said:

Seriously though, if you don't vote, don't bitch.

I'd like to take a moment and paraphrase the late, great George Carlin's thoughts on this line of thought...

You're telling me that I can't complain about a mess that you made, that I had nothing to do with? Where's the logic in that?






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