forming a pac?!?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by DCortez, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. DCortez

    DCortez TGT Addict

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    I wish I was smarter, I'd form a political action committee. Hell, I wish I was smart enough to form a not for profit grass roots group.
     


  2. MadMo44Mag

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    Well maybe there will be enough interest here of "Not so smart people" that we can figure it out - LOL!
    I'm in so there's you a start.
    We can be known at the NSSP" group fighting for America.
     
  3. hk boy

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    I think a "not for profit" group will make more profit
     
  4. thorkyl

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    501(c)(4)

    Political Non Profit Corporation is what I believe they are called.

    You form the corporation and then apply to the I.R.S. Mobsters for the 501c4 status
     
  5. biglucky

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    Yeah then you get some a-hole millionaire douchebags to give you a ton of money to lash out against everything that this country is all about.... oh wait.. that is what liberals do..

    I am all for you "NSSP" PAC.. sign me up and let me know what you want me to do... :)
     
  6. MadMo44Mag

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    Now this a grass roots!!!!
    Folks that know little about a lot can accomplish great things IMO!
     
  7. kurt

    kurt Well-Known TGT Supporter

    Be sure you pay VERY close attention to the monthly reports and filings. Failure to dot every "i" and cross every "t" by the required monthly deadline can get expensive quickly, to tune of $500 per incident. The donation and collection rules are a nightmare to comprehend and follow.
     
  8. Starker

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    I've actually thought a good deal about this type of thing. I don't have any experience with it, but I can always learn. The problem with a not-for-profit is that you have to be careful about political actions and endorsements. It all comes down to what your purpose and goals are.
     
  9. MadMo44Mag

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    This is very interesting as we progress in this thread.
    Are we not already acting like
    and are also
    I'm just saying because of what little has already been said.
     
  10. DCortez

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    I can't even spell 501(c)(4) :gotme:


    Let's see ... we have 5,000 members, most love guns, a few hate America (we know who you are), some are twice as lazy as me ... however ...
     

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