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  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 Oct 21, 2013 8:16 PM Flag

    Re: Oregon Tea Party founder hasn't paid his mortgage in three years

    They obviously feel that being political radicals who shaft the educated, productive part of the country out of Billions with each new budget cycle compensates for being unable to meet their own personal financial obligations?

    I haven't yet heard about a single software multi-millionaire or successful entrepreneur of any stripe who runs around calling himself an inbred Tea Party cretin.

    While U.S. Rep. Tom Graves was calling for fiscal responsibility in Washington his attorney was arguing in a lawsuit that a North Georgia bank is at fault for issuing Graves a $2.2 million loan the bank knew he could not repay.

    Graves was fighting a lawsuit along with business partner Chip Rogers, the state Senate majority leader. The two Republicans, through a limited-liability company, used the loan to purchase and renovate a Calhoun motel that quickly went under.

    The bank sued, alleging the two defaulted on the loan. The politicians filed counterclaims against the bank, accusing it of improperly declaring the loan in default after reneging on a promise to refinance it at more favorable terms. Both parties dismissed their claims Wednesday, a day before they were scheduled to attend a hearing on the case in Calhoun. Graves said through a spokesman that the case has been “fully resolved in an equitable and fair manner.” An attorney for the bank declined to comment.

    Far from being an undecided voter carefully weighing the issues, Samuel Joe Wurzelbacher was a registered Republican who had voted in the party’s primaries. Most scandalously of all, he owed more than $1,000 to the state of Ohio in unpaid property taxes – hardly the conscientious grafter held up to the nation as an example of how Barack Obama’s tax plan would shatter the American dream.

    Even the very claim which elevated him to national prominence was debunked. The plumbing company he planned to buy wasn't making the $250,000 that would see his taxes

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    • "Washington County court records show Kuzmanich is more than three years behind in mortgage payments on a Beaverton duplex."

      So he's been collecting rent and not paying the note all this time. That's about as Republican as Enron, isn't it?

      How can people who blow off their most basic obligations every month for years on end like this baboon, or Joe Walsh or Christine O' Donnell, how can they really have an issue with paying too much in taxes?

    • Speaking of self-serving red state ret@rds:

      McGinniss reports that the Palins told the original owner that they were going to cut a path through her property. "Todd told her, very plainly, that Sarah was mayor and they could do whatever they wanted, and it would be a mistake for her to try and stop them." The Palins even put up a fence with the ugly back side facing the neighbor's house.

      She can't cook $nit. She couldn't do grilled cheese. She'd burn water." John Bitney, the husband of a woman who took care of Palin's kids, notes that when Todd was out, "I'd walk into that kitchen and Bristol and Willow would be sitting there with a burnt pot of Kraft Mac and cheese on the stove and they'd be trying to open one of those Ramen noodle packs, and Sarah would be up in her bedroom with the door closed saying she didn't want to be disturbed."

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