Trumps Taxes

bga1

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Oh man, the Forever Trumpers are really pooping themselves right now. This bad news, right before the debates, seems perfectly timed to drive the debate narrative. A 1-2 punch.
And in the corner to our left to deliver the punches......Joe Biden. Whoops! :)
 

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Not the ignore list, how will I go on with my life, reading you posts is like manna from heaven


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Let me be the first to offer you my congratulations! Section2 must have put me on his ignore list since I've had no discussions with him in a month or so after being constantly pestered by him for months before that. I'm delighted to have no more interactions with that despicable twit.

No KGF (who ignored me earlier after going one round with me), no Section 2, and no more Livingat45north. That's like a gift from heaven. There are more right wing assholes remaining, of course, but those are 3 of the biggest ones.
 

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You cannot post without lying. I did not say he worked with the mafia, I said he helped the feds against them. Good grief you are so dishonest.
How does one gain knowledge of the Mafia's actions without working with them?

 

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How does one gain knowledge of the Mafia's actions without working with them?

I am going to try and take you seriously here...
Oh, perhaps building huge hotels in NYC and New Jersey might help you run across certain unions....
Maybe running casino hotels would cause the mob to think they should be horning in on the action.
 

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If he’s broke and losing money, why would he pay income taxes?
Is it possible for a person who is drowning in bank debt to simultaneously have a large tax debt? If so, would it be possible that said person might attempt to cheat on his taxes?

Asking for an orange friend of mine. Maybe it never happens.
 

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Let me be the first to offer you my congratulations! Section2 must have put me on his ignore list since I've had no discussions with him in a month or so after being constantly pestered by him for months before that. I'm delighted to have no more interactions with that despicable twit.

No KGF (who ignored me earlier after going one round with me), no Section 2, and no more Livingat45north. That's like a gift from heaven. There are more right wing assholes remaining, of course, but those are 3 of the biggest ones.
Thanks - feels good to be part of this illustrious club and I mentally feel healthier already.

When do I get to learn the secret handshake?
 

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Why is it only righties who are such snowflakes.
I am going to ignore you..... ROTFLMAO
Its like you stole their blankie...
I have been asked many times by people on the board to not engage in idiotic pissing contests. He’s not hurting my feelings, he’s just spouting nonsense and is unable to argue a point or offering anything but insults. So he gets ignored. The board benefits when we ignore people who we can’t have a reasonable conversation with.
 

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Is it possible for a person who is drowning in bank debt to simultaneously have a large tax debt? If so, would it be possible that said person might attempt to cheat on his taxes?

Asking for an orange friend of mine. Maybe it never happens.
How could anyone have a large tax burden if they’ve lost money every year for a decade?
 

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To the righties:

Do you think it would be good to have a President who runs the country like Trump apparently runs his businesses?
 

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To the righties:

Do you think it would be good to have a President who runs the country like Trump apparently runs his businesses?
Well, we've been in absurd debt for some time. (because tax revenue isn't as high as it should be)
 

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Thanks - feels good to be part of this illustrious club and I mentally feel healthier already.

When do I get to learn the secret handshake?
I don't know. Maybe I'll have to google "secret handshakes," look at the diagrams, and pick one!
 

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I'm really enjoying the left not understanding what tax avoidance is. The "he's literally avoiding taxes, why isn't he locked up" stuff is phenomenal.
Hahaha. CRG knows this is bad. Really bad. Like, probably not recoverable bad. CRG is desperate.

Trying to rebrand it as "tax avoidance."

Thats not going to sell. We both know that.
 

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I have been asked many times by people on the board to not engage in idiotic pissing contests. He’s not hurting my feelings, he’s just spouting nonsense and is unable to argue a point or offering anything but insults. So he gets ignored. The board benefits when we ignore people who we can’t have a reasonable conversation with.
Just because you can't follow or refute the logic of my posts doesn't mean they aren't valid. Either that are you an anti-snugger/hugger.

Your playbook is just like Trump's and the rest of the righties - try to discredit the person who is making you look incompetent.

Sorry that I embarrassed you (by your post count I realize what an intricate role the board plays for you).

No hard feelings bro and here is one for the road -

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Let me be the first to offer you my congratulations! Section2 must have put me on his ignore list since I've had no discussions with him in a month or so after being constantly pestered by him for months before that. I'm delighted to have no more interactions with that despicable twit.

No KGF (who ignored me earlier after going one round with me), no Section 2, and no more Livingat45north. That's like a gift from heaven. There are more right wing assholes remaining, of course, but those are 3 of the biggest ones.
You are not on ignore. I find your rage kind of endearing. You are definitely not a stocker.
 

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Let me clue you in. If Trump really wanted to make a lot of money He could have played President, played nice, kissed up to Democrats, kissed up to the establishment, and they all would have looked the other way on anything he wanted to do. The route he’s chosen is the absolute wrong route to take if you were right about anything. Your theories are completely nuts.
 

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Let me clue you in. If Trump really wanted to make a lot of money He could have played President, played nice, kissed up to Democrats, kissed up to the establishment, and they all would have looked the other way on anything he wanted to do. The route he’s chosen is the absolute wrong route to take if you were right about anything. Your theories are completely nuts.
What theories? It's out in the open, in plain sight. He's been carrying around an armful of smoking guns for 30 years.
 

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An evil clown who rapes kids, but yeah
Not a clown, but definitely an entertainer. The most lucrative, successful thing he ever did in his "career" was portraying a real businessman on The Apprentice.

Now he's... The President, and he's playing the role in a pretty similar way.
 

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To the righties:

Do you think it would be good to have a President who runs the country like Trump apparently runs his businesses?
The president doesn’t run the country. It’s not a ceo position. But our country has for a long time been run like one of Trumps businesses.
 

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The president doesn’t run the country. It’s not a ceo position. But our country has for a long time been run like one of Trumps businesses.
Mmmm...

Has your guy Trump, from his office in the White House, made that situation any better?

Surely you'll admit that many of your fellow Trumpers have said, in effect, that we need a President who will run the country like a CEO runs a company.
 

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What theories? It's out in the open, in plain sight. He's been carrying around an armful of smoking guns for 30 years.
It’s not. You are taking tiny snippets of information and using it to weave a giant narrative.
 

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Mmmm...

Has your guy Trump, from his office in the White House, made that situation any better?
Better? No. He has not. There is no escape from our debt bubble. We have to take the pain. But people like you and many on the right are under the impression that there is a pain free way out. I’m not under that delusion
 
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