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bobhurt wrote:You might appreciate these links about the law of Government-paid bribes to public employees:
So far I have not succeeded in getting anyone to show me evidence of the bribe payments. I guess the bribe targets, amounts, and reasons comprise a national secret.
But the law and rules seem quite public:
We have no way of determining, through FOIA request, audit, or any other tool outside stealthy private investigation, how much money IRS agents, DOJ attorneys, or US judges receive as secret cash award bribes for persecuting favorite targets of the Executive or Judicial Branch, and apparently the Legislative Branch likes it that way.
Today they persecute so-called "tax protesters."
Nikki wrote:When you consider that these "secret bribe payments" go to people like computer repair technicians, librarians, employees at National Park Service gift shops, and smoke-jumpers, it becomes necessary to question the number of functional inter-neuron linkages possessed by the original poster.
Brandybuck wrote:Yup, many government agencies give out bonus for employees who perform their functions above and beyond the level of their peers. This is not a conspiracy in any way. Not even when the IRS does it. That these bonuses provide incentives that lead to perverse consequences is a problem, but that still doesn't make it a conspiracy.
Doktor Avalanche wrote:
What's the square root of intellectually lazy?
illiterati wrote:I don't really even understand your post bmielke, and can't really even tell if you're responding to my post, but I love your kitty. Your kitty rocks. I'm not sure if I've ever said that to anyone before this moment.
illiterati wrote:Thank you Bob for posting this important information. It certainly will serve as a "heads up" to those who are not "in the know" like you are. The "sheeple" that read the postings in this forum will likely not believe it is true though. Keep up the "good fight" though, and please post more of these "revelations". Obviously the government must resort to these so-called "awards" to keep the entire "judiciary" from admitting that compensation for personal labor is not "taxable" and that only "federal employees" are subject to "income taxes". If only someone like you could hold these black robed tyrants accountable and "hold their feet to the fire" and "pierce the corporate veil" that protects them. Keep trying though. We're with you out here!
The first time I read this and followed it up with my snarky comment, I took it as you were an "adoring fan" of Bobhurt, rereading it, I think I got that wrong, I apologize.
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