Discussion in 'Current Events' started by White knight, Oct 29, 2004.
Of course they do. For the NAACP - ANY action against them is PURELY racially motivated...any action they take against anyone else is 'in the interest of equallity'.
Ugh, the NAACP is quickly turning into the KKK of the 1930s. They attempt to control politics to get their racially motivated agenda passed. It's sick. Next thing you know, they'll be lynching white people (who aren't gay, of course) and burning crosses in their lawns.
I know you're young Hobbit...trust me, this ain't new, it's been going on for 20+ years.
Jesse should spout off any day now, too.
yuppers--gotta get the blacks inflamed and voting---my apologies to the blacks who already are wise enough to recognize the same old routine.
The only thing in that article that "doesn't pass the smell test", is the same old stale rhetoric coming from the primier racist group of the century.
perhaps the IRS is just concerned that the NAACP has been paying its employees in crack and therefore hasn't been all above the board on its taxes??? just a thought...
well, if the NAACP is innocent, and they know it, they have nothing to be worried about, as long as they are able to prove it
wanna take bets as to how long, and that he will blame Bush AND whitey all in one speech?
True. The reason it takes the Rehvurend Jackson a bit longer to respond is that he has to work up a rhyming phrase first.
The NAACP enjoys a tax exempt status under the same statute which covers churches. There is a provision in that statute which states that these institutions must not actively engage in political campaigning in order to be exempt from taxes. Sort of the "no taxation without representation" concept in reverse.
So when churches or the NAACP start meddling in elections, then they should have to pay for that right by coughing up taxes just the same as the rest of us.
And I have to indulge a gratuitous insult - Julian Bond is the black answer to John Kerry.
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