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Friday, February 24, 2006

Did Bush Forget an Appointment?

One would think that Bush must have forgotten to stuff a crony at the top of the IRS. They've been investigating churches for violating their tax exempt status with political action. And suprise, suprise, a lot of them are guilty.

Let's see here. The 'born-again' killer pResident has the support of the born-again religious right-wing fascists. Those people are making no bones about supporting Bush, trashing anyone against him and trying to raise money for him - like that nut case in Colorado. So guess who got rapped on this? Bush's support is my suspicion. Of course, you noticed that the link doesn't provide the names of the guilty parties, didn't you? It's pretty sure bet that DeLay's 'Family' organization was one of them. And we can make some guesses as to the rest, can't we?
Among the prohibited activities, the examiners found that charities and churches had distributed printed material supporting a preferred candidate and assembled improper voter guides or candidate ratings.

Religious leaders had used the pulpit to endorse or oppose a particular candidate, and some groups had shown preferential treatment to candidates by letting them speak at functions.

Other charities and churches had made improper cash contributions to a candidate's political campaign.

The IRS said the cases covered "the full spectrum" of political viewpoints.

So they apparently found somebody who spoke directly against Bush as well. Equal opportunity.

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