You are just to stupid to handle the truth, serfs.

Honestly, these crooks didn’t mean to destroy evidence that would show how they targeted political enemies of this administration, because the trail might lead back to the top. It’s SOP to get rid of these records after 3 months anyway…

Convenient! It’s also just a coincidence that Christine O’Donnell, a Tea Party candidate that seriously scared the left in Delaware, has some unknown entity trigger the IRS to put a lien against property she didn’t even own anymore, costing her the campaign. Since O’Donnell ran on a platform that advocated fiscal responsibility, having her targeted by the IRS in such a fashion, sure gave the left a great excuse to undermine her campaign. And it worked like a charm. But we are to believe that this incident, and the many others that are not getting any coverage from the LSM, are pure coincidence, and that any of us that point out the abuse of power to help rig so many elections in favor of Team Blue, are just kooky conspiracist.

The IRS agents, with the documents that would prove them the political hacks and liars they are conveniently destroyed, want us to believe that they didn’t breach O’Donnell’s rights before they put the lien against her property. I call bullshit. These IRS agents sure as hell were quick to issue that tax lien against her. That they then went back to fish for more shit they could disclose to undermine her campaign is now being used to pretend they didn’t breach her rights in the first place. Granted, we are dealing with agents of the state and neither accuracy nor ethics matter to these scumbags, but there is no defense for what they did. There is something seriously wrong here, and if we do not see people not only fired, but incarcerated for these criminal acts, we can kiss voting in our republic goodbye.

This last election proved to me that we now live in a banana republic and that nothing, abso-fucking-lutely nothing, is beyond democrats and their lust for power and political office. But they did it because they mean well. They are progressives! They want what’s best for us all, and if that means they need to break laws and impose laws on us that leave us all serfs to the state, it’s all good.

As I told people when they told me how refreshing it was to finally get rid of evil and stupid Boosh; the democrats, once in power, will dissuade anyone of the stupid notion that republicans are the ones that are evil and stupid, with real evil and incredibly stupid acts. The sad thing is that while I get to say “I told you so” the cost to us all for that little pleasure is just staggering. Some day the truth will come out, and then we will find out the orders came from the very top.

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  1. TxAg94

    So the IRS tells us we should keep important tax records for at least 7 years, and the NSA is keeping the stuff they collect, even when they are “not” collecting it, for years. But the O’Donnell documents are just recently destroyed? I’m not buying it. I would demand to see dates for ALL tax documents that are currently on file. Something tells me an awful lot of it will be olde rthan 3 years.

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  2. Hal_10000

    I’m all for the investigation into the iRS over the matter but this is just silly:

    Convenient! It’s also just a coincidence that Christine O’Donnell, a Tea Party candidate that seriously scared the left in Delaware, has some unknown entity trigger the IRS to put a lien against property she didn’t even own anymore, costing her the campaign.

    Christine O’Donnell lost the general election by almost twenty points. Just a thought, but I think it might have been more than the IRS lien placed eight months earlier. She didn’t scare the left; she filled them with laughter. They were relieved when she won the primary because the knew a culture conservative would never win Delaware.

    Yes, it is possible to believe the IRS did something wrong but it didn’t make a difference in the election.

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  3. Seattle Outcast

    Wouldn’t putting a lien on property you don’t own actually be a problem for the person that does own it?

    It’s like coming after the previous owner of a car for the unpaid parking tickets accumulated after the sale – this isn’t making sense to me.

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  4. AlexInCT *

    Christine O’Donnell lost the general election by almost twenty points. Just a thought, but I think it might have been more than the IRS lien placed eight months earlier.

    When your main platform is fiscal responsibility, being shown not to be fiscally responsible only csoting you 20 points indicates to me that she would have kicked ass.

    She didn’t scare the left; she filled them with laughter.

    if I could use agents and agencies of government to destroy my political opponents, I would be laughing at them too…

    Yes, it is possible to believe the IRS did something wrong but it didn’t make a difference in the election.

    So let me get this straight. Your point is that we shouldn’t worry much aboout governmental abuses because, and this is according to you, O’Donnell never had much of a chance to begin with? Then again, since you seem to feel cheating only affects close elections anyway, and they never tend to be that, are you going to counter argue we shouldn’t have worried about the abuse if the race was close either? Shit, how do you argue against logic like that….

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  5. CM

    But the O’Donnell documents are just recently destroyed?

    No, according to the article “the records showing when their investigators accessed Ms. O’Donnell’s tax records” were not kept beyond the standard three month period. So that would have been in 2010, not recently.

    When your main platform is fiscal responsibility, being shown not to be fiscally responsible only csoting you 20 points indicates to me that she would have kicked ass.

    Yeah, I’m sure none of the dumb shit scattered throughout this made any difference…….

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  6. Hal_10000

    So let me get this straight. Your point is that we shouldn’t worry much aboout governmental abuses because, and this is according to you, O’Donnell never had much of a chance to begin with?

    No, we should.

    My point is that it didn’t cost her the election. The idea that she would have “kicked ass” with 20+ more points of support in a Democratic state if not for vague IRS allegation that she refuted is laughable. The IRS thing wasn’t even the most damaging allegation that year. I followed O’Donnnell’s campaign pretty closely that year and I never even heard it brought up by the time the general election rolled around.

    This is yet another in the long line of excuses for why Republicans keep losing elections. it’s not the candidates or their philosophy or their record. It’s ACORN, it’s the media, it’s the IRS, it’s Chicago politics, it’s voter fraud. No way on Earth could it be the radical culture conservative running in a blue state who started a campaign ad saying “I’m not a witch.”

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  7. AlexInCT *

    My point is that it didn’t cost her the election.

    Who the fuck cares about that? My focus is that these fucking crooks did what they did for political gain. Are we to wait until it costs someone the election before we can point out that what they did is illegal, violates the constitution, and shows why this big government shit needs to be fought tooth & nail?

    Seriously Hal, it is insane to make the argument you are making. They did something criminal, and now they are trying to hide the depth to which they are willing to sink to rig elections: that should be the focus.

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  8. Hal_10000

    Alex, the entire point of your post is that this was a vast conspiracy to use the IRS to win elections. Your evidence of this is that … um, records were destroyed three months later in keeping with standard IRS procedure and the IRS put a lien on Christine O’Donnell eight months before she got massacred in an election. The Obama people didn’t target Scott Brown or anyone who won or lost *close* elections. They didn’t target Romney. No, what the REALLY feared, the person they pulled out all the stops for was the batshit crazy anti-masturbation freak from Delaware who wasn’t a witch. Because she was talking about fiscal responsibility, an issue that no one else in either party was talking about.

    Using the IRS for political purposes had a long and ugly history. As I have said a million times with the Tea Party targeting, this is not a trivial issue and serious investigation is mandatory. But this particular piece of speculation is not exactly a smoking gun.

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  9. Mississippi Yankee

    . No, what the REALLY feared, the person they pulled out all the stops for was the batshit crazy anti-masturbation freak from Delaware who wasn’t a witch.

    Christine O’Donnell’s primary win and senate campaign was a bit of an embarrassment for the Obama administration.

    It wasn’t only a very close neighbor to D.C. and most definitely blue as they come state, it was also the state where Tweedle Dum Biden had made his political bones. The LSM was relentless in attacking her. Especially after Bill Maher told his mindless morons that Ms O’Donnell had looked into witchcraft while in college. She got an awful lot of negative press for someone who ” filled them with laughter”.

    Like you, I also watched her campaign closely. It was my first foray into the “Tea Party”. But from my vantage point I saw a mini-Palinazation by both the left and pretty much all the left of center libertarians you like to quote so often. And yes the GOP gave her no campaign money nor political help what-so ever either. All the more reason to want to see the establishment GOP fail.

    But your comments here have displayed an ever increasing journalistic endeavor to 1) trivialize facts. 2) All but declare, “the ends justify then means” 3) “Rules are made to be broken” attitude.

    THESE are the things I see in almost all of your post for just about the past year now. And it’s NOT libertarianism, it’s dis ingeniousness bordering on dishonesty.

    ORA
    Don’t pick on my little Elphba!

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