Moore or Less, Cont.

Kiss Jeebus on the lips.

US Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is seeking the seat long held by the pride of Alabama Jefferson Beauregard ‘Stonewall’ Sessions, is learning that big, dirty secrets could have a big dirty result: Moore could become the first U.S. Senator to be under indictment before being sworn in. You see, his charity, the hilariously-named the Foundation for Moral Law, which allegedly promotes Xristian values, might also be a tax evasion scheme.

How Xristian!

Moore claims that his  work for the charity was pro bono. His tax returns list no income from the foundation. However, it turns out that he forgot to tell the IRS about $1M Ameros  ($180,000  Ameros a year in payments for six years).  Oopsie!


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5 Responses to Moore or Less, Cont.

  1. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Pro bono – Pro as in professional, professionals get paid. And bono as in bonus, that means you get paid a lot! So yeah, his work was pro bono. As for paying taxes, well… Hair Furor say that taxes are for dummies and losers.

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  2. Oh it was because their accountant was really sick, yeah, that’s the ticket! (why does the entire GOP always sound like a bad Jon Lovitz SNL skit?)

    Too bad it won’t ACTUALLY mean anything.

    As the GOP has found out, you can get away with breaking the law so long as enough congresscritters are willing to mob the IRS (see: Lois Lerner, eleventy jillion RW 504C orgs currently breaking the law) 500 (unreported to the IRS!) quatloos on Moore getting away with it scot-free.

    The IRS will back down and go concentrate on the real criminals, poor people who made $3 too much to qualify for their earned income tax credit.


  3. Pharmakeusubik says:

    Moore will be put in charge of escorting the money changers into the temple, starting with Andersen Accounting.


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