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  • scumtracker2002 scumtracker2002 May 16, 2013 10:24 PM Flag

    Why should any of these tea party groups be "tax exempt" ?

    Beccause by and large they are inbred rubes who went "all-in" in the Bush Ponzi Economy, got completely cleaned out and still don't know what hit them when it comes to their personal finances.

    (In other words, "exempt" or not there's really no income to be taxed! Why do you think Koch can lead them around by the nose like he does? They are complete luzers in every aspect of adult life and their airhead hero Sarah Palin proves that much in spades too.)

    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.

    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.


    It turns out that O’Donnell is a deadbeat. She stopped paying her mortgage in October of 2007 while the bank filed the papers in March of 2008 to seize the house. She refused to contest the case and a summary judgment of foreclosure was entered against the property in May. According to a Lexis-Nexis search, the foreclosure was “stayed” – the house had been foreclosed but the sheriff sale had not commenced – when she sold the house to her boyfriend and legal counsel who then paid the outstanding balance as well as more than $2,000 in interest and legal fees.

    Scott Ashjian is the Tea Party Senatorial candidate for Nevada’s 2010 election. He is uniquely plagued by persistent financial woes and has one incident of check fraud (sending a bad check of $5,000) and tax liens on $200,000 of IRS debt.

    Scott Ashjian has now filed for bankruptcy online over Memorial Day weekend. His bankruptcy filing pertains to his business.

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