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Tea party would only agree if paid through registered Democrat taxes. The IRS said they have no record of a Democrat ever paying taxes. The IRS investigation continues.

I'm glad to see your record is intact. Of never posting an intelligent thread.

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COMPLAINT

Plaintiffs, by undersigned counsel, herein state their Complaint and Causes of Action against the United States of America; the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Jacob Lew, in his official capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of the Treasury; Stephen Miller, in his individual

 

capacity as former Deputy Commissioner, Services & Enforcement, and former Acting Commissioner of the IRS; Lois G. Lerner, individually and in her official capacity as the Director of the Exempt Organizations (EO) Division of the IRS; Holly Paz, individually and in her official capacity as former Acting Manager of the EO Technical Unit, former Acting Director of the Office of Rulings & Agreements, and Director of the Office of Rulings & Agreements; and Unknown Named Officials of the IRS (Unknown Named IRS Officials), individually and in their official capacities:

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INTRODUCTION

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Plaintiffs seek a declaratory judgment that the Defendants unlawfully delayed and obstructed Plaintiffs’ applications for a determination of tax-exempt status by means of conduct that was based on unconstitutional criteria and impermissibly disparate treatment of Plaintiffs in violation of Plaintiffs’ rights under the First and Fifth Amendments to the United States Constitution and the Administrative Procedure Act.

2.

Defendants unlawfully delayed and thereby effectively denied approval of Plaintiffs’ applications for tax exempt status by means of a comprehensive, pervasive, invidious and organized scheme that purposefully established unnecessary and burdensome inquiries and scrutiny of Plaintiffs’ applications based solely upon Plaintiffs’ political viewpoints (or Defendants’ assumption of Plaintiffs’ viewpoints, based on their organizational names). Defendants’ unlawful conduct included but was not limited to excessive scrutiny of Plaintiffs’ applications by requiring donor names, listing of issues important to Plaintiffs’ organizations, including their positions on such issues, the contents of communications between the organizations and legislative bodies, the applicant’s criteria for membership, volunteer names and the political affiliations of persons associated with the organizations, all in violation of Plaintiffs’ rights under the First and Fifth Amendments to the United States Constitution and the Administrative Procedure Act.

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Tea party would only agree if paid through registered Democrat taxes. The IRS said they have no record of a Democrat ever paying taxes. The IRS investigation continues.

 

oh golly gee, they had to hire an accountant and a lawyer to fill out tax paperwork, no one has ever suffered that indignity in our history.

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