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|Subject: Re: It's pretty simple||Date: 5/17/2013 11:06 AM|
|Author: xLife||Number: 119133 of 139238|
You know you are discussing this with someone just totally dishonest
The member lists are desired to be able to harass the membership and intimidate.
Hilarious. You make shirt up and accuse me of being dishonest.
The ability to have formed the group in a timely manner and be able to participate in the 2012 section was directly attacked.
That's either a lie or you just don't know what you're talking about. You don't need 503c4 approval to form a group. You don't even need it to operate as a non-profit.
The message was sent to all who knew about this, that IRS intimidation was the coin of the realm.
Another lie. Asking groups with political names to prove they're not primarily political isn't intimidation. What was wrong here was that IRS focused mainly on conservative tea party groups. But the reason for that was that tons of tea party groups were applying in 2010-12.
The left has really showed themselves on this one. Anyone who was foolish enough to not see what they are and what they fully endorse should have been fully convinced the nature of these folks by now.
ODS causes paranoid delusions.
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