RedDawn

RedDawn 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Daily Post to change procedure for commenting

When I read this I laughed so hard I almost fell out of my chair. As one of the chief insulters and demonizers, I guess you will stop commenting now.

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RedDawn 9 months, 2 weeks ago on ROBINSON: We can handle the truth

You might want to look above where Say that again "hijacked" the post. They already listed "the oil industry, the NRA, big pharmaceuticals and the Koch brothers." I thought it appropriate to actually document that 2 of the largest business mouths for paying more taxes own companies that rarely, if ever, pay them. Corporate welfare is wrong for any company. Say that again is the one that politicized this.

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RedDawn 9 months, 2 weeks ago on ROBINSON: We can handle the truth

Perhaps getting the companies owned by liberals to actually pay taxes would be a start. Warren Buffet's company owes over a billion dollars in back taxes. According to the Huffington Post, "companies such as Microsoft and Apple quietly dodge billions of dollars in taxes each year with potentially illegal schemes to move their profits offshore, according to a Senate subcommittee report." Meanwhile Bill Gates is on record as saying that he should pay more taxes.

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RedDawn 9 months, 2 weeks ago on Economy adds nearly 200K jobs in June

That doesn't count the number of people that quit looking for work, because a huge majority of the "new" jobs are minimum wage. Hooray for the great economic recovery!

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RedDawn 9 months, 3 weeks ago on BREMER: Immigrants keep Georgia's economy running

Perhaps when you and all your buddies start paying restaurant servers at least the minimum wage, the rest of us might listen. Until then your "care" for workers rings rather hollow.

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RedDawn 10 months, 2 weeks ago on KING: Will Georgia's U.S. Senators vote 'YES' on amnesty again?

On August 15, 2012 Floyd Lee Corking II, posing as a prospective intern, entered the Family Research Council building with nearly 100 rounds of ammunition with the purpose of “killing as many people as possible.” He told investigators he considered making a bomb but did not have the patience to learn how. If not for building manager Leo Johnson, who was shot trying to subdue him, Corking may have murdered dozens of innocent people. His reasoning for this is that the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies the Family Research Council as a “hate group.” He has confessed to one count of committing an act of terrorism with the intent to kill, one count of intent to kill while armed, and one federal count of crossing state lines with guns and ammunition. The government dropped seven additional charges. The only people the Southern Poverty Law Center is concerned about are themselves and their ability to fundraise. This SPLC that is tied to domestic terrorism is a tax exempt organization. So according to the IRS, groups promoting domestic terrorism are good while prolife and other conservative groups are bad.

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RedDawn 10 months, 4 weeks ago on THOMAS: Tyranny is no longer 'lurking'

Nice try. Thanks for playing though. New York Governor Cuomo has talked about gun confiscation. A hot mic in the New Jersey State Senate picked up a senator or staffer saying, we need a bill that is going to "Confiscate, Confiscate, Confiscate." These are but a few of the available quotes. You may remember that after Hurricane Katrina guns were confiscated without warrants.

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RedDawn 11 months ago on MCCULLOUGH: The police state grows

Anyone who grew up in a 200 mile radius of Chicago from the late sixties on has seen one or both Mayor Daleys operate in the same fashion. Like the Daleys, we will likely never make anything stick long enough to indict the person at the top of the heap. Of course the Daleys learned these tactics from another famous Chicagoan named Al Capone. The only thing they were able to stick to him was tax evasion. The main difference now is that the current gangsters actually own the IRS.

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RedDawn 1 year, 1 month ago on County expects thousands to appeal value due to new car title tax

Governor Deal is a political crap weasel. He was a Democrat before he became a Republican. He left Congress due to ethics problems, and the low information voters of Georgia voted him into office.

When will you people figure this out. It's not Republicans against Democrats. It is the political class against "we the people." American politics is a joke, and we are the punch line.

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