My MSG to the DoJ

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My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Elise89 » Thu Apr 14, 22:11 2016

My name is Elise, I am 26 yrs old. I am e-mailing you b/c I am very concerned about the state of election dynamics within our great nation. America may be a Republic, however I believe a vote should still count. In many states, that is not the case. For anyone who may be reading this, I hope you will take me seriously. Fraud, no matter the form it chooses to manifest itself should not be allowed. By any means you have at your disposal, please expose any man or woman who has used weak points in our tax laws to gain an advantage in political runs. The most recent especially. Thank you for your time. Have a blessed day.

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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by rowan » Fri Apr 15, 8:49 2016

I don't think the DoJ is going to see this.
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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Bork » Fri Apr 15, 12:19 2016

I keep thinking this is about MSG...
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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Sonic# » Fri Apr 15, 13:03 2016

My monosodium glutamate to the dungeon of jelly beans!

More seriously, what do you mean by using weak points in the tax system? Do you mean someone that takes their legal deductions? Someone who has a political organization pronounced as a nonprofit religious organization for tax purposes? Someone doing seriously illegal stuff with their money? Without specifics, I'm not sure what you're asking me to care about.

Also, many of us are not Americans, so you're leaving a lot of people out by talking about "our great nation." And we're not being e-mailed.

Also also, should this be in Random?

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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Elise89 » Sun Apr 17, 2:54 2016

:( I don't think its very funny.....

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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Sonic# » Sun Apr 17, 6:49 2016

Agreed, which is why I also asked for you to clarify what you mean.

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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Nachos » Sun Apr 17, 14:33 2016

:tohell:
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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Isabella357 » Tue May 10, 13:50 2016

rowan wrote:I don't think the DoJ is going to see this.
I'm not sure why, but this comment just made me laugh harder than I should have.

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Re: My MSG to the DoJ

Post by Rainbow Dolphins » Wed Jun 8, 17:53 2016

I feel like the topic title could be the beginning of a rap song.
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