House Democrats Scared Shitless at being labeled the ones sending 87000 IRS agents against Main Street

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2022 Aug 10, 7:48pm   2,133 views  30 comments

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The sheer amount of propaganda thrown against THE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT OF 2022 is astounding.

The Democrat weenies in the House are balking. Yellen is back pedaling what the IRS wanted to do (fuck with small businesses).

We, we, we didn't really mean we were gonna audit you. Fuck they were hiring 87000 agents, what the fuck are you going to do with them? Audit the banks? --- HA fuckin' ha

Well, here she is lying and trying to salvage the crap legislation.


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26   WookieMan   2022 Aug 13, 6:46am  

Who works 50 hours is my question? I promise you I could get through my daily work in under 50 hours 99% of the time. If you can't, you're not good at your work. And if your employer requests that, they're awful at management of all employees and I'd quit yesterday and get a new job. No one is working, there are plenty of jobs, many with bonuses. I'm also talking white collar jobs. Blue collar jobs, yes, you'll have to work 50+ hours a week.

For the life of me I don't know why you'd work for the IRS. It would be miserable. Pension is really the only reason. It will be middle class income and misery. No room to grow without brown nosing or sucking cock if you're a chick.
27   Hircus   2022 Aug 13, 9:32am  

"Specifically, I direct that any additional resources—including any new personnel or auditors that are hired—shall not be used to increase the share of small business or households below the $400,000 threshold that are audited relative to historical levels," Yellen wrote in the letter to Rettig. "

Notice the wording. "share of" and "relative to historical levels".

Its an intentionally vague statement IMO, and there's probably an interpretation of it which would be satisfied by just auditing everyone double or triple, so as to maintain the "share" of peasants audited vs big businesses.
29   just_passing_through   2022 Aug 13, 4:23pm  

I'm hoping this new bill doesn't cancel the Mega Backdoor Roth. I've been getting paid only $200/month the past 18 months as I've been dumping entirely into HSA, Roth, ESPP, 401K but mostly the mega back door roth - I max that shit out.

Plenty of savings to live on and so I'd like to keep doing this for a few more years.

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