Are Republicans Jealous of the Poor?

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    Why do they keep repeating that the poorest people dont pay income taxes?
     
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    Non sequitur of the year!

    Great job!
     
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    Because they don't.--:cuckoo: The problem we have is that there are Americans that make 75K per year--and because they have 4 kids and a mortgage get out of paying a dime in federal income tax.

    Now I really wouldn't consider someone making 75K per year POOR.
     
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    And this folks needed a thread... Because the answer otherwise can't be found by this OP.

    Skills, fucking mad crazy skillz.
     
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    You dont know what the word means. Great Job!
     
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    Formal fallacy.... precisely the meaning, in this case. Oh, and BTW, non sequitur is a term, not a word.

    Now run along....
     
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    And your thread is fucking stupid... Lets see, if you get support I predict the small bot army of Republican haters to post here are!!! Maybe it will just die off…

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    Good luck man!
     
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    non se·qui·tur (nn skw-tr, -tr)
    n.
    1. An inference or conclusion that does not follow from the premises or evidence.
    2. A statement that does not follow logically from what preceded it.

    Thanks for lying and proving you cant use the google :lol:
     
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    because they don't ...end of topic...the simple truth will either stop a lying liberal in it's feminine tracks or send it into a frenzy of desperation spouting even more lies to back up it's lies!!:eusa_hand:
     
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    I didn't need Google to know that in formal logic, a non sequitur is a formal fallacy. Non sequiturs are not just literary devices.

    Way to go there genius.

    :lol:
     

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