I wrote it that way since you now live in the gracious south (unless you are in one of the snowbird enclaves of South Beach)
Taar=TIRE (I was spelling it phonetically so you can see the shortcomings of the phonetic system between folks)
And I suppose you and Parados believe that liberal oriented c-4s are all about social welfare.
It amazes me that anyone can be so partisan as to dismiss the IRS targeting of groups and individuals based on political viewpoint, because their ox wasn't gored.
I am not surprised you think by selecting mainly conservative groups and "harassing " them is all OK with you .
So long as the discrimination and silencing of opinions you may disagree with is going on, you are just OK with it.
What is the political goal of Planned Parenthood?
You do realize an issue is not a candidate, don't you?
Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF)
Engages in educational and electoral activity including public education campaigns, grassroots organizing and legislative activity.
September 2004 — Planned Parenthood Action Fund (PPAF), the "political arm" of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, combined with other Planned Parenthood affiliates to spend several million dollars during the last five weeks of the 2000 general election campaign to broadcast two ads criticizing George W. Bush’s record on abortion rights.1
The ads, which were broadcast in seven battleground states, questioned Bush's record on abortion rights in Texas and predicted that Bush would nominate anti-abortion judges to the Supreme Court if he were elected.
In the 2002 election cycle, PPAF funded direct mail and telemarketing campaigns supporting pro-choice candidates in several closely contested U.S. House and Senate races. The group distributed more than 200,000 pieces of literature and made 190,000 phone calls supporting Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Minn.) against Republican challenger Norm Coleman. The group subsequently distributed 200,000 e-mails supporting Walter Mondale, who became the Democratic nominee after Wellstone died in a plane crash.
I am not surprised you think by selecting mainly conservative groups and "harassing " them is all OK with you . So long as the discrimination and silencing of opinions you may disagree with is going on, you are just OK with it.
Because Planned Parenthood's overall structure includes a 501(c)(4) entity, a 501(c)(3) entity, a federally regulated PAC and a 527 organization, it is difficult to determine which pots of money paid for which ads.3
So this commingling of PP funding streams and advertising budgets would seem to be an ideal area for the IRS to audit, however, it seems to have been focused elsewhere for the past few years...