Trump stiffs the IRS

highfigh

highfigh

Audioholic Overlord
It is well known rich and specially filthy rich don't pay their fair share of taxes.

In case of Trump he is the definition of FILTHY!
I know someone who has a bunch and one day, we were talking about 'things' and she said "Well, if I'm paying a big tax bill, it means I made money". I would like to see everyone come to that conclusion.
 
highfigh

highfigh

Audioholic Overlord
Here is why I “kick you”.

People are free to support and vote for who they like. Win or lose close to half of the population will vote for Trump.
I hate intellectual dishonesty.

You have proven to be above average intelligence, with incredible reasoning, logic, and skill in debate.

Yet you easily and cleverly sit that acumen aside to justify your support for Trump.

You are free to support him. But like I tell my Evangelical Christian friends, you are not free to support him and maintain the appearance of righteousness.

Trump was never qualified to be President of the United States by any measure. By electing him and supporting him regardless, America’s soul has been exposed, and it’s not pretty.

I have never advocated removing him from office. We vote every four years and live with the will of the people.

In for a penny, in for a pound.
A news report isn't proof, unless it contains the info that caused the accusations and since someone's tax return can't be made public, we won't see it but he does look like crap in the article.

You wrote that you never advocated for his removal- so, what's the point, trying to get others to see that he's a turd? What we need is the ability to prosecute an incumbent POTUS. I have heard "Nobody is above the Law" all of my life- what a load of shyte that is.

The DNC and GOP need to see that we hate this process and they're doing a shytti job of forcing candidates on us. Last time, the GOP rolled out a clown car and this time, it was the DNC. It's almost like the saying "Throw something at the wall and see what sticks".
 
GO-NAD!

GO-NAD!

Audioholic Ninja
A news report isn't proof, unless it contains the info that caused the accusations and since someone's tax return can't be made public, we won't see it but he does look like crap in the article.

You wrote that you never advocated for his removal- so, what's the point, trying to get others to see that he's a turd? What we need is the ability to prosecute an incumbent POTUS. I have heard "Nobody is above the Law" all of my life- what a load of shyte that is.

The DNC and GOP need to see that we hate this process and they're doing a shytti job of forcing candidates on us. Last time, the GOP rolled out a clown car and this time, it was the DNC. It's almost like the saying "Throw something at the wall and see what sticks".
Trump, instead of repeating the "fake news" nonsense he tosses out when news reports are unfavourable, could easily refute the NYT article by simply releasing his tax forms. The fact that he continues to refuse says a lot.

As far as I can tell, it isn't the GOP or DNC forcing any candidates upon the electorate. The electorate chooses the candidates through primaries, don't they?

Are you saying Biden is the DNC equivalent to Trump? While probably not the ideal candidate, I can't see him being anything less than an improvement over Trump.

He'll likely listen to experts in the administration.
He won't cozy up to dictators, while alienating allies.
He'll likely bring some stability to the office, by not continuously hiring and firing.

He doesn't need to be Washington, Lincoln or FDR - all he needs to do, is demonstrate a modicum of competence and it'll be an improvement.
 
Trell

Trell

Audioholic General
Compared to a Socialist, I probably am but here, I'm not. Just stop- you don't understand this country as well as you think you do.
Says the man who thinks that the Conservative German Chancellor Merkel is a liberal, and also says that he hates Trump and is not a supporter. I don't think anyone believes that.
 
Swerd

Swerd

Audioholic Spartan
Tuesday, 29 September, I voted. Who got my vote? Three guesses, and the first 2 don't count. (The candidate's name rhymes with Bye Don.)

I dropped my mail-in ballot directly into a Board of Elections drop box. I didn't have to get out of my car, stand in line, or depend on the US Mail, contaminated by Trump's sabbotage.
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Trell

Trell

Audioholic General
Why pick on the dead when we have a living/breathing a$$hole that should be modeling a new jumpsuit, Facebook's Zuckerberg, another piece of ...
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Much safer as dead men don't send NASTY tweets to show their displeasure with FAKE NEWS ;)
 
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WookieGR

Junior Audioholic
BTW, this Trump tax story is something the NYT conveniently recycles for the elections:
Trump supporters have selective or poor memories so it's good to try and remind them from time to time what they are fighting for. Criminals and frauds.
 
mtrycrafts

mtrycrafts

Audioholic Slumlord
Tuesday, 29 September, I voted. Who got my vote? Three guesses, and the first 2 don't count. (The candidate's name rhymes with Bye Don.)

I dropped my mail-in ballot directly into a Board of Elections drop box. I didn't have to get out of my car, stand in line, or depend on the US Mail, contaminated by Trump's sabbotage.
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Where are the guards with heavy weaponry? Trump's thugs are coming to collect those boxes. ;) :D
 
Swerd

Swerd

Audioholic Spartan
Where are the guards with heavy weaponry? Trump's thugs are coming to collect those boxes. ;) :D
This location is the main office of the County Board of Elections. I assume there was video surveillance. And, there was a police car, parked visibly near the entrance to the parking lot.
 
mtrycrafts

mtrycrafts

Audioholic Slumlord
This location is the main office of the County Board of Elections. I assume there was video surveillance. And, there was a police car, parked visibly near the entrance to the parking lot.
Oh, super great. ;) Now I feel secure. :D
 
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stalag2005

Junior Audioholic
Okay, I will point out a couple of things. If what was done was legal and part of the law, maybe instead of blaming Trump we should blame Congress. To fix a law, the legislature needs to do it's job. As long as the tax breaks are there, and someone has enough money to pay the tax lawyers to find the loopholes, you will get the result of little to no taxes paid. Pure and simple eliminate the loopholes in the law, and you will raise the effective rate on the wealthy. This is not the fault of the president but of congress that this shameful state of affairs exists at all.
 
Ponzio

Ponzio

Audioholic Samurai
Okay, I will point out a couple of things. If what was done was legal and part of the law, maybe instead of blaming Trump we should blame Congress. To fix a law, the legislature needs to do it's job. As long as the tax breaks are there, and someone has enough money to pay the tax lawyers to find the loopholes, you will get the result of little to no taxes paid. Pure and simple eliminate the loopholes in the law, and you will raise the effective rate on the wealthy. This is not the fault of the president but of congress that this shameful state of affairs exists at all.
Your right, it’s not Trump’s fault that he’s a thieving opportunist.

Poor Donnie … so misunderstood.

Reminds me of what my parents taught me, as a young man.

When a fish starts to stink, it starts at the head.
 
mazersteven

mazersteven

Audioholic Warlord
I love how people push their Agenda's on others. That's why ballots are Private. Keep your Political Opinion to yourself.
 
GO-NAD!

GO-NAD!

Audioholic Ninja
Okay, I will point out a couple of things. If what was done was legal and part of the law, maybe instead of blaming Trump we should blame Congress. To fix a law, the legislature needs to do it's job. As long as the tax breaks are there, and someone has enough money to pay the tax lawyers to find the loopholes, you will get the result of little to no taxes paid. Pure and simple eliminate the loopholes in the law, and you will raise the effective rate on the wealthy. This is not the fault of the president but of congress that this shameful state of affairs exists at all.
You might be completely correct. However, I don't think there is any way to make him look good here. If all the deductions and credits he's claimed are in strict compliance with the rules, it just shows that he is far from the brilliant businessman he wants everyone to believe.
 
Alex2507

Alex2507

Audioholic Slumlord
If all the deductions and credits he's claimed are in strict compliance with the rules,
What kind of hallucinogenic drug have you taken? Be honest so we can try to help you. :D

Didn't a Trump advisor go on record, stating that Trump was INCAPABLE of not purgering himself?
 
GO-NAD!

GO-NAD!

Audioholic Ninja
What kind of hallucinogenic drug have you taken? Be honest so we can try to help you. :D

Didn't a Trump advisor go on record, stating that Trump was INCAPABLE of not purgering himself?
I was being gracious. :rolleyes:
 
Ponzio

Ponzio

Audioholic Samurai
What kind of hallucinogenic drug have you taken? Be honest so we can try to help you. :D

Didn't a Trump advisor go on record, stating that Trump was INCAPABLE of not purgering himself?
Yep! John Dowd.

Veteran journalist Bob Woodward said that President Trump’s former attorney, John Dowd, concluded that the president is “disabled” and unable to “tell the truth” following a practice interview earlier this year meant to prepare Trump for a sit-down interview with the special counsel.

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/406003-woodward-lawyer-told-trump-hes-disabled-and-cant-tell-the-truth
 
lovinthehd

lovinthehd

Seriously, I have no life.
What kind of hallucinogenic drug have you taken? Be honest so we can try to help you. :D

Didn't a Trump advisor go on record, stating that Trump was INCAPABLE of not purgering himself?
Oh he does some massive purgering I'm sure with that diet of his. probably clears out whole floors of the WH. Perjury he's got a lifetime of practice with, too. :)
 
Irvrobinson

Irvrobinson

Audioholic Spartan
You might be completely correct. However, I don't think there is any way to make him look good here. If all the deductions and credits he's claimed are in strict compliance with the rules, it just shows that he is far from the brilliant businessman he wants everyone to believe.
No one with a tax return of the complexity of Trump's does their own taxes. In fact, I would guess it takes a pretty sizable team of people, and I can't imagine how much it costs. Over $100K perhaps?
 

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