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Donnie Diapers attacks "loser teachers" at El Paso rally


Donnie Diapers warmed up the crowd in El Paso last night, just minutes before his father took the stage and violent attacks broke out, by encouraging supporters to fight against American teachers whom he referred to as "losers".

Said an unashamed Diapers, who's goal is to Make America Great Again:

“Keep up that fight, bring it to your schools. You don’t have to be indoctrinated by these loser teachers that are trying to sell you on socialism from birth. You don’t have to do it.”

Those at the rally who agree with Diapers can take their incredibly low tax refunds this year, and send their kids off to St. Andrews Episcopal School in Maryland, an elite private school where they can get a fine education along side his younger brother.

#MakeAmericaHateAgain

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The cheeto doesn't fall far from the bag.

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Maxine Waters told her constituents to “ push back “ on republican senators and republicans were beside themselves thinking she promotes violence.

Diapers tells Americans to bring the fight to school and not one republican called him out.

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This is why I'm an independent--too much hypocrisy on both sides.

As an independent, if you really pushed me against a wall and asked me to make a choice, I would choose a democratic president because, as of now at least, they are the lesser of two evils. The modern day republican party has turned into something resembling and extremist cult. The modern dem party isn't too much better with the PC getting out of control to the point of breeding militant feminists, abuse of the #MeToo views (potentially innocent celebrities being blacklisted before their guilt or innocence has even been proven), too many "I'm offended" people, etc.

Still, even considering all that, I would still choose a democratic president over republican right now and the reason why is simply because the current modern republican party seems to be embracing the stone age, archaic racist views, Christian Sharia Law-type policies, etc.

Really, I just want an independent president. It's about time for one.

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Did you see how many more people showed up at his rally over that homo Beto? Was awesome to see the voters rejecting liberal lunacy..

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So much wrong with your post that it makes my head spin.

I also love the irony inherent in you calling out liberal "lunacy" while DEFENDING lunacy at the Trump rally.

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Is "homo" still a slur anyone with an IQ higher than 70 still uses?


Apparently not.

I guess that's why Galliguy isn't upset about the tax screwing. Got to have income to pay an income tax.

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Have you seen the backlash on Twitter from educators all over America? Diapers best run for cover these days.

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From who? The teachers or Mueller? Last I checked, he's in the cross-hairs of both.

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Trumpers are as juvenile as their cult leader.

Yeah, watching the Trumpers defend the tax screwing is quite embarrassing. They're literally tripping over each other in article comments, trying to defend it. Some of them are even saying: "President Trump DID lower our taxes! That's why we're getting smaller refunds! Because we were taxed less as President Trump promised!".

Yeah, they're actually saying that.

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To be fair, there is a case to be said that taxes did go down but they were frontloaded instead of in the form of a bigger refund.

Let me try and explain:

Let's say you used to get...100.00 a pay period out on taxes and a 5000.00 refund (nice even numbers!). Under Trumps plan, you now got 95.00 dollars a pay period out. This is because the amount that was deducted because of the allowances you selected on your W-4 (and which should be reviewed and adjusted by you when things change in your life....but most people don't unless it's something big). The government, in it's wisdom, adjusted those deductions for the allowances so that you got more back in your paycheck. The problem is two fold with this.

Problem 1: With the NON-tax changes people with jobs have constantly in their paychecks (IRA/401K contributions, pre-tax commuter allowances, pre-tax benefit deductions, etc.), a LOT of people don't have a take home pay that is as....consistent as we're used to. For example, if you contribute to your IRA or 401K and you hit the maximum yearly investment in...let's say October...your take home pay for November and December will be higher because those deductions are no longer happening. So, using the example above, while you're getting $5.00 less in taxes taken out each pay period, it may not be as noticeable and is definitely not showing as a windfall. It is probably getting overlooked in most cases.

Problem 2: You refund is exactly that. Based on how you file your taxes and what deductions you claim, the IRS looks at what you should have paid for what you claim and what you did pay over the year. If you paid less taxes over the year, the difference between what you should have paid and what you did pay will be different. Depending on how you file and what is no longer deductible, you can end up with quite a difference ( for example if you had a home equity loan, there is no longer a deduction for that).

It's "pay me now or pay me later"

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Mine is a very standard 1040ez, so I'm quite curious how mine will turn out.

My wife and I always choose the "Married but withhold at a higher single rate" option as that seems to take more tax out.

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This year many exemptions one was able to claim for business (travel, supplies, etc.) has been eliminated. I believe the standard deduction (for those who didn't itemize) was also wiped out with the new tax reform - therefore, hurting many who earn under $75K.

Correct me if I'm wrong....

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You're wrong. The standard deduction went UP to 12,000.00 for individuals and 24,000 for married.

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Great - glad I'm wrong on this one. Got the incorrect information this week.

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You're in New England, right? In a non-New Hampshire state?

There have been changes to the SALT deductions - they've been reduced.

Because of this - the reduced SALT deduction, (State & Local Tax Deductions) even though you paid $30,000 in state and local taxes, only $10,000 of this amount is deductible. Previously, there was no limit & you could get the entire $30K back.

https://smartasset.com/taxes/trumps-plan-to-eliminate-the-state-and-local-tax-deduction-explained

This is mostly going to harm blue states like MA, CA, NY, MD, NJ, etc. - states with the highest standards of living in the US, best schools, most educated people.

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Yes, I'm in Rhode Island. I think this was what I was actually thinking of in my post above. Thank You for clarifying for us!

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So you're saying there was a big crowd of people listening to Diapers encourage them to fight their loser teachers?

Beautiful.

By the way, do give us an accurate, factual report on the violent attacks which took place on innocent people at O'Rourke's event, and how many of his speakers went on stage and encouraged supporters to go out and fight against 'loser American teachers'.

We'll wait.

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So much fear mongering on the right. Remember when they thought Obama was born in Africa? LOL!

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Those were the 'good ol' days' compared to the present.

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But will Donnie Diapers leave the country if he believes socialism is implemented? Only time will tell.

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He may want to leave the country once his federal prison term is implemented.

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The hateful tribalists deserve a voice, I guess, even if only for others in their lives to spot them and school them or abandon them.

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