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lets see if this sonderkommando pipsqueak is willing and able to give his Blackwater equivalent personal security detail.
Be sure to point them to Chicago after this weekend.
well said.
yeah, video recording of gun sales will certainly solve the problem immediately. like, retroactive abortion.
Obviously the powers that be will care little for the Will of the People. In fact, they will obviously do whatever is necessary to subvert it. The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer. Kissinger.
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Louis206 Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 1:06 PM
thats good.
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Louis206 Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 1:03 PM
I have a template for that: Dear IRS: I am afraid that there is going to be a problem with filing my personal tax return this year. Now you guys have a lot of experience with situations like this, so I know that you will fully understand when I tell you that, yes, my hard drive crashed. My hard drive contained my tax return form/data and my income data. And somehow, inexplicably I know, but somehow my backup systems have failed as well. There is simply no way for me to retrieve any of the data. (Charles Schwab was unable to provide me with a backup copy of my 1099. It seems that problems with hard drive crashes and system backups are rather widespread these days, but of course you are already well aware of this. And fully understanding as noted below.) Now under normal circumstances, I would be both very worried and very apologetic over such a situation. But fortunately precedent has been set by none other than the IRS Commissioner John Koskinen himself in his testimony before Congress on June 29th 2014. The loss of my tax return information is attributable to “technical glitches” and so therefore not only is all well – no harm, no foul, no problem - but no apology is even owed. (Documentation enclosed.) Regarding next year’s tax return, I have purchased a new computer and will certainly be exploring more effective backup solutions. Thanks much guys for all the great non-partisan work you do on behalf of all Americans. Yours in “full and complete” understanding. Taxpayer X.
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Louis206 Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 1:01 PM
There is actually a much better cartoon out there. Did you hear the one about president obama telling a little girl a bed-time story? O: ……and because of a series of computer crashes, lois lerner and 6 of her staffers lost ALL of their emails from the relevant time period, FOREVER. The End. LG: what kind of a fool do you take me for?
I have started a petition to appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate the IRS scandal. Link to Change.org: http://www.change.org/petitions/united-states-attorney-general-eric-holder-holder-appoint-a-special-prosecutor-to-investigate-the-irs-targeting-and-lost-email-scandal Not getting much traction yet. Help!!!!
here is your 2014 Tax Return template. feel free to copy, and pass along to your friends. Dear IRS: I am afraid that there is going to be a problem with filing my personal tax return this year. Now you guys have a lot of experience with situations like this, so I know that you will fully understand when I tell you that, yes, my hard drive crashed. My hard drive contained my tax return form/data and my income data. And somehow, inexplicably I know, but somehow my backup systems have failed as well. There is simply no way for me to retrieve any of the data. (Charles Schwab was unable to provide me with a backup copy of my 1099. It seems that problems with hard drive crashes and system backups are rather widespread these days, but of course you are already well aware of this. And fully understanding as noted below.) Now under normal circumstances, I would be both very worried and very apologetic over such a situation. But fortunately precedent has been set by none other than the IRS Commissioner John Koskinen himself in his testimony before Congress on June 29th 2014. The loss of my tax return information is attributable to “technical glitches” and so therefore not only is all well – no harm, no foul, no problem - but no apology is even owed. (Documentation enclosed.) Regarding next year’s tax return, I have purchased a new computer and will certainly be exploring more effective backup solutions. Thanks much guys for all the great non-partisan work you do on behalf of all Americans. Yours in “full and complete” understanding. Taxpayer X.
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