A big list of current total coincidences from Ace of Spades HQ by way of Nice Deb:

Coincidence: Hollywood’s only conservative group is getting close IRS nonprofit scrutiny

Another Coincidence: James O’Keefe Group Being Audited by NY. Again.

Yet Another Coincidence: Dinesh D’Souza Indicted For Election Fraud

Still Another Coincidence: IRS Proposes New 501(c)(4) Rules That Just Happen to Cover Most Tea Party Groups

Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin’s ‘John Doe’ Subpoenas

And it’s probably just another coincidence that this is all happening while Democrats are getting more openly vocal in their call for thug tactics worthy of the finest banana republics.

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3 Responses to “Coincidences aplenty”

  1. sizemorew on January 24th, 2014 6:16 pm

    Come on. Those have to be coincidences. A liberal in power would never use political agencies to harass and bully conservatives in an attempt to shut them up.

    …Suddenly, I need to take a long shower after typing that BS. Ugh.

  2. Marshall_Will on January 24th, 2014 11:04 pm

    Your, ahem; "Year of Action" folks. And what a year it's shaping up?

    Kinda' noticed that. Additionally Barbara Boxer naturally thinks there's no call to investigate the EPA based on the actions of fraudster/loony John Beale. So the EPA has directors indoctrinating reg. sup's to "lop a few heads off and the rest will fall into line" while another clown parades around as a high level CIA operative and no clear pattern of abuse emerges..?

  3. Marshall_Will on January 24th, 2014 11:10 pm

    Overall, I'm highly encouraged. Practically every person I run into asks me "if it's time to cash out of their 401k". We will see mass liquidations across the board as people from all walks ( not just 'preppers' and gold bugs ) make for the exits.

    Good LUCK keeping the shell game/ruse alive without OPM to trade off of fellas. Those not eligible for rollover status are simply cashing out and facing the premature withdrawal penalties. Or not. The DOW shows signs of tech weakness.

    Buckle up. There's more than one way to vote w/ your wallet.

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