May 17, 2013

IRS tells pro-life applicants: "Please detail the content of your prayers"


Aaron Schock questions the IRS on the targeting of anti-abortion groups.

8 comments:

Angelus De Parousia said...

Thomas Jefferson - "When the people fear the government there is tyranny, when the government fears the people there is liberty."

Osusanna said...

Mind blowing.

catholic2 said...

BUTTT!!! This is the party of compassion, understanding and audacity of hope. Belief in God is superstitious and a sin sgainsst the Government. Abortion is a virtue. Too bad so many vote the way they do only because parents, eventhough dead, will be hurt and offended unless they vote for thee party of FDR.

eastyorker said...

Were the groups given the tax-exempt status they wanted? I guess thats the real question. The people whining about these questions are probably supportive of the forced trans-vaginal ultrasounds.

Diane C said...

Whining????????????????????
You're kidding.....right?

Daniel Plunkett said...

@ Eastyorker. The point is they were NOT given that status in time for the 2012 elections in order that they may not raise funds for republicans. Also, if the IRS started abusing the tax returns of planned parenthood you'd be screaming. Do I support forced trans-vaginal ultrasounds, no. Do you support forced abortions? which is worse?

Ted said...

Can't comment on this because I can't read it. What happened to the content?

Don Mahoney said...

"Please detail the content of your prayers." My answer to the IRS: The prayer of Saint Macarius the Great: "Be pleased to deliver me from the snares of the evil one, O Lord, and save my...soul...Send to me an angel of peace...that he may deliver me from my enemies."