Marty Rathbun on the secret IRS deal

Discussion in 'Independent Scientology' started by Anonymous, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    This thread it to track specific quotes mahty makes regarding one thing - what went down with the IRS. It's not to beat and thrash the blah blah blah just to make more blah blah blah blah, we have a whole subforum for that.

    Its merely to make sure he doesnt contradict himself on one key point - WTF happened with the IRS.

    I only remember offhand innuendo remarks in passing up until now (below), if anybody else remember any other signif commentary plox add to this thread, but let's stay on target with cutting the tiny kernals of possibly useful shit to look at closely, from the mounds of crapola.

    In Richard Reiss – Kha Khan
    March 21, 2011 Marty says in the main post...
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  2. Diablo Member

    Throwing up now!
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  3. subgenius Member

    So he engaged in this massive conspiracy, but he's a good guy.
    Cognitive dissonance.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    And, it turns out, Bill Clinton was a cocksucker as well as liking his cock sucked.

    The US hasn't had a good president since before Reagan
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  5. Anonymous Member

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  7. Anonymous Member

    From the condensed header, I thought this post was about Marty Rathburn praising "The Secret", which he did.
    martyrathbun09 | March 18, 2011 at 2:38 pm | Reply
    Also WH, ever read The Secret? Wonderful exposition on the law of Affinity
  8. Anonymous Member

    i'm way too lazy to find another thread to put this little thought in, but our old friend, Jeff Hawkins deserves some love.
    for all the buttfuckery of the M&M train, Jeff moves on, doin it rite. good blog he has going, too.
  9. Anonymous Member

    i see no reason to blame clinton for it - i think he had good intentions, and per his relating to his younger college days, he may have given these people the benefit of the doubt, in terms of buying the lies that they were themselves perpetrating- that of cultivating an image of being some modern extension of what goodness may have been found or experienced in the vestiges of the hippie movement.
    $cientology is to blame for its own hypocrisy which is now coming back to show them and their horseshit some confront.
  10. Anonymous Member

    the only way i can read anything Marrr-tayy has written without my eyes starting to bleed is if it has been efectively Pornolized.
  11. Anonymous Member

    maybe if one Democrat gave into their IRS demands, another certain Democrat can move to take them away.
    hit 'em, 'O!
  12. Anonymous Member

    Trying hard to impress your friends in the AARP, eh?

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  14. Anonymous Member

    The 1991 TIME magazine cover story on Scientology should have at least made Clinton question his "good intentions" and "benefit of the doubt" regarding Scientology.
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