The political joke of the week

The IRS has been found to be asking religious groups questions about their religion and practices

in order to get a tax-exempt designation.

Christian groups are objecting to be asked any questions about their religion when applying.

Therefore, religious groups, separated from the government,

should never be asked any questions about their religion when applying

for the blessing of not paying taxes to the US government.

Anyone can apply for a religious exemption without being examined by the IRS is the hope.

Get your applications now.


It's the new don't ask, don't tell rule.


Give it time for Congressmen to figure out how to give out tax-exemptions to religious organizations without asking them about the religion to find out if it really is one or not.

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  1. Neighsayer

    and, anyway, human sacrifice has a long and illustrious tradition! What’s it to you?

    May 20, 2013
    1. livelonger

      Nuthin, I’m neither IRS nor applying for exemption.
      Butt …
      maybe I’ll apply now if they aren’t going to ask anything.

      May 20, 2013
  2. jillsthoughts

    The House of Jillsthoughts just opened its doors. Send me your money. Instead of holding our hands to our hearts, we will be in a handstand. Instead of praying, we will be chanting. Instead of recognizing God, we will pour our adoration unto a picture of me in my wheel pose.
    How dare the government question my religious practice! After all, I am ordained!

    May 20, 2013
    1. livelonger

      In my organization we don’t chant – we rant.

      May 20, 2013
      1. jillsthoughts

        LOL! Whatever! How dare the government question your religious status.

        May 20, 2013
  3. Neighsayer

    They’re still laughing their asses off about Citizens United, they can’t believe that worked. Now all bets are off.

    May 20, 2013