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Who files the income tax forms in your household?

  1. I do
  2. We do
  3. Friend/relative
  4. Hire a professional
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animal

Apr-04-14 2:26 AM

you better know what you are doing! The dictators storm troopers will come for you.

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 7:13 AM

Don't have time for such nonsense. You have to hire a tax service.

If you hire somebody who can read all of the words on the tax forms and understand them, then it is very easy to file your taxes.

I'm too lazy to do all of the work involved with it and somebody who does the work for a living can have it done in about an hour. With a computer, the job is done in a jiffy.

I can go drink beer and forget about it, which is what I do.

It was a filthy, dirty, no good Democrat in the Oval Office that signed the income tax into law.

Like Barry Goldwater said, the income tax created the biggest criminal class ever.

Any of you Democrats out there want to provide some answers to those questions I have been asking?

Did the current administration have an involvement with weapons trafficking into Mexico?

Looks like I'll have to wait a long time for an answer, but I'll keep asking.

Have a great day.

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 8:32 AM

Ever wonder why the very wealthy always complain about taxes. If taxes were so high, how did they become very wealthy.

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 8:34 AM

Q. weapons trafficking into Mexico?

A. yes sir for 14 years.

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 8:39 AM

Payroll employment increases in March (+192,000); unemployment rate unchanged (6.7%)

Oh the horror!

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MarkHighwater

Apr-04-14 9:06 AM

More tax cuts for the ubber rich....BUSH/CHENEY 2016

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 9:06 AM

bus. services up 57,000 food services up 30,000 construction up 19,000 health care up 19,000

and again Government down 9,000

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 9:16 AM

If brains were taxed, liberals would need to be subsidized 100 percent.

Lotsa luck to them, they need plenty of it, all bad.

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minotroses

Apr-04-14 9:53 AM

There are five of us that share Turbo Tax and we rotate who has to buy the program every year. We have been doing this for almost 10 years now.

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 9:59 AM

I need an answer that has more specific information. Information that will show evidence that the current administration was never involved will be fine. The current administration will be exonerated. If indeed it is innocent, a court of law can determine that. Fat chance. Misguided fools like in the current administration are wreaking havoc in America and the world over. So cool, and you get to pay for it all, every penny of it, the interest on the debt too.

I will ask for forgiveness for being so accusing and pigheaded about it all. So sorry, however, I doubt that any liberal out there has any compassion for humanity, just ill will, no forgiveness, just condemning words, one after another. That's how liberals do things, they can't help it. They're read right here, those words.

No doubt, these liberals are jack rabbits running scared.

Great metaphor, ain't it?

I won't repeat the question, just, please, answer the question.

tapping foot

waiting patiently

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 10:03 AM

awww girl poor is gonna kick and scream until she gets the answer that she wants.

What are you so worried about? Issa is on the case!

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BillGarr2016

Apr-04-14 10:05 AM

I need a answer!!!!!

Mom!!!!!!! Make them give me the answer I want!!!!!!!

I'm done with breakfast. Come down and get my plate!!!!

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JackAaah

Apr-04-14 10:33 AM

Willies2016....I was so offended when Obama got in, and with the help of his total control of Congress, took those Boooosh tax cuts that expired, and rammed through his own 'Obama Tax Cuts For The Rich'....

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animal

Apr-04-14 12:52 PM

MEANWHILE: another home invasion in minot! You think we need a new sheriff? We all know the MPD is only interested in getting working people who have had 1 or 2 beers after work so they can pat themselves on the back. They don't want anything to do with the filth around Minot, they might fight back!Everyone load your guns we are on our own!

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 2:29 PM

muleskinner Apr-04-14 9:59 AM

"I need an answer that has more specific information"

I go back to animal asking, what the @#%@ has happened to you muleskinner? Good question!

Self inspired propagandist with Drone like tendencies? Target marketing for beer anytime capitalists?

Or, half in, half baked, half & half sense & sensibilities with Putinlike reflexes.....All good & mostly sunny in Minot with temps below average.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 2:53 PM

E. I?don't file. (who knows what the ? is for)

Because ND has a few heroes still getting their glass raised.....Here's one;

Anti-tax protester and Posse Comitatus member Gordon Kahl (see 1967 - 1973), after two years spent preaching the virtues of Christian Identity and anti-tax ideology to his fellow West Texas oilfield workers, joins five fellow protesters in giving a television interview in Midland, Texas. They declare their opposition to income taxation and encourage viewers to do the same.(History Archives)

Seems since the discovery of oil in the early 1900's it grew a pair large enough to attract a few "Bush's" and a few obnoxious weeds saved in satchels from the Civil War.....

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 4:12 PM

I'm not kicking and screaming. All that is necessary is to provide an answer, which, of course, no liberal is willing to do.

You can lead liberals to the bar, but you can't make them think.

An answer will help.

That's all that I ask and is necessary.

Ad hominems are jading, but if ad hominems make you feel better, have at it.

So, I will ask the question once again.

Did the current administration have any involvement with any weapons trafficking to Mexican drug cartels?

It is not a hard question to answer. Do a google search and please inform the readers and all those who want to know if it is true.

Still waiting, still tapping foot.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 4:35 PM

muleskinner Apr-04-14 4:12 PM

"I'm not kicking and screaming."

Well, you're certainly picking & choosing muleskinner.....

Just think of the beers you could have pondering the $$$,s Exxon has spent on their 50 yr quest for dollars for food(yeah)campaign abroad and the countries who aren't buying it anymore.

There's enough compost there to grow anything and from what I know.....

ExxonMobil became a finance arm of the Republican Party.....

Say it ain't so!

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 4:56 PM

muleskinner Apr-04-14 4:12 PM

"Did the current administration have any involvement with any weapons trafficking to Mexican drug cartels?"

No.

Has ExxonMobile spent billions over the last 50 years supplying monies for rebel loyalty in 23 countries for oil exploration knowing money for arms was always it's end goal?

"I won't repeat the question, just, please, answer the question.

tapping foot

waiting patiently"

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PoeticJustice16

Apr-04-14 5:49 PM

So, I will ask you people the question once again:

Did Jesus live during the same time when dinosaurs roamed the planet?

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:28 PM

"Did the current administration have any involvement with any weapons trafficking to Mexican drug cartels?"

Justaman sez "No."

Is this opinion? Or fact?

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 6:44 PM

Still refusing to answer the question. Stop asking a question in answer to a question, it doesn't do any good.

It is very plain to see, even my own lying eyes are able to see clearly that there is not one liberal willing to answer a very simple question.

Here goes, I will ask one more.

Is it true that the current US Administration has used armed drones in Afghanistan and Pakistan and the result is the loss of life of women and children?

a) true

b) false

Maybe we can get an answer to a question by eliminating the wrong answer.

Care to oblige to score 100 percent on the question? Or not?

It's your choice.

Kind of a history lesson, current events, and whether or not it is really moral, even though it is claimed to be legal.

Don't worry, it is a pass fail, nobody gets an 'A'.

I'm patient, I can wait for a long time, eternity, if that is what it takes.

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:47 PM

politifact . com/virginia/statements/2012/may/29/jim-moran/jim-moran-says-70-percent-traced-firearms-mexican

insightcrime . org/news-briefs/san-diego-university-study-mexico-gun-trafficking-us

From wiki: "Altogether, about 2,000 firearms were bought by straw purchasers during Fast and Furious. These included AK-47 variants, Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifles, .38 caliber revolvers, and FN Five-sevens. As of October 20, 2011, 389 had been recovered in the US and 276 had been recovered in Mexico. The rest remained on the streets, unaccounted for. As of February 2012, the total number of recovered firearms was 710. Most of the guns went to the Sinaloa Cartel, while others made their way to El Teo and La Familia." (138 different sources for this article)

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:50 PM

wiki...

"Gunwalking", or "letting guns walk", was a tactic of the Arizona Field Office of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), which ran a series of sting operations between 2006 and 2011 in the Tucson and Phoenix area where the ATF "purposely allowed licensed firearms dealers to sell weapons to illegal straw buyers, hoping to track the guns to Mexican drug cartel leaders and arrest them." These operations were done under the umbrella of Project Gunrunner, a project intended to stem the flow of firearms into Mexico by interdicting straw purchasers and gun traffickers within the United States. The Chambers case began in October 2009, and eventually became known in February 2010 as "Operation Fast and Furious" after agents discovered some of the suspects under investigation belonged to a car club."

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:53 PM

latimes . com/news/nationworld/nation/atf-fast-furious-sg,0,3828090 . storygallery

"A federal operation dubbed Fast and Furious allowed weapons from the U.S. to pass into the hands of suspected gun smugglers so the arms could be traced to the higher echelons of Mexican drug cartels. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which ran the operation, has lost track of hundreds of firearms, many of which have been linked to crimes, including the fatal shooting of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in December 2010."

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