Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

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    Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    I guess he thought that stiffing one of the lower 98% was no big deal .

     
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    Who is Gabriel Gomez and is he due to be the next librul boogyman?

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    Does he not pay ANY bills?

     
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    I think this shows the desperation of the left, jumping on a contested case, and convicting Gomez before the case is settled.

    Markey, on the other hand, Lives in Maryland, and the Globe is not even willing to investigate if Markey really lives in this state.

     
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    .....that's a liberal trait...maybe we need to take a closer look at him...

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

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    Politico

    There’s no evidence that Gomez — now the Republican Massachusetts Senate nominee in next month’s special election — violated the law.

    While federal tax law allows homeowners to obtain a tax deduction for giving up control of the exterior of their homes to certain non-profit groups, the Internal Revenue Service had considered such a move one of its “Dirty Dozen” scams in 2005, saying: “A ‘contribution’ of a historic facade easement to a tax-exempt conservation organization is another example.”  

    Now why should the IRS fix this atrocity?  Because it isn't one, as was pointed out thusly in a letter to the IRS, calling the program:

    “a helpful tool for preserving historic structures across the country.” - Senator John Forbes Kerry    

    Poof

     




     

    The only 'poof' is what's coming out of your backside.

    The thread relates to Gomez not paying his bills to people who did work for him.

    Ya keep going off on these tangents and ya keep getting proven wrong.

    When Republican US Senate nominee Gabriel E. Gomez was seeking a lucrative historical tax deduction for his Cohasset home, he rejected the first appraisal he received because it was too low and then refused to pay the appraiser’s bill, according to a claim filed this week.

    That appraiser, Shaun Fitzgerald, said Gomez hired him in late 2005 to determine the amount he could deduct on his federal tax return in exchange for agreeing not to alter the home’s facade. But Fitzgerald said Gomez then failed to pay the $1,000 appraiser’s fee.

    Fitzgerald filed a small claims complaint in Quincy District Court Tuesday. In it, he requested payment and attached his appraisal report that estimated the value of the deduction at $245,640.



    So apparently now it's PLURAL. Typical Airborne fashion. 

    Funny how this happened eight years ago but suddenly it's an issue for Fitzgerald. 

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

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    There’s no evidence that Gomez — now the Republican Massachusetts Senate nominee in next month’s special election — violated the law.

    While federal tax law allows homeowners to obtain a tax deduction for giving up control of the exterior of their homes to certain non-profit groups, the Internal Revenue Service had considered such a move one of its “Dirty Dozen” scams in 2005, saying: “A ‘contribution’ of a historic facade easement to a tax-exempt conservation organization is another example.”  

    Now why should the IRS fix this atrocity?  Because it isn't one, as was pointed out thusly in a letter to the IRS, calling the program:

    “a helpful tool for preserving historic structures across the country.” - Senator John Forbes Kerry    

    Poof

     




     

    The only 'poof' is what's coming out of your backside.

    The thread relates to Gomez not paying his bills to people who did work for him.

    Ya keep going off on these tangents and ya keep getting proven wrong.

    When Republican US Senate nominee Gabriel E. Gomez was seeking a lucrative historical tax deduction for his Cohasset home, he rejected the first appraisal he received because it was too low and then refused to pay the appraiser’s bill, according to a claim filed this week.

    That appraiser, Shaun Fitzgerald, said Gomez hired him in late 2005 to determine the amount he could deduct on his federal tax return in exchange for agreeing not to alter the home’s facade. But Fitzgerald said Gomez then failed to pay the $1,000 appraiser’s fee.

    Fitzgerald filed a small claims complaint in Quincy District Court Tuesday. In it, he requested payment and attached his appraisal report that estimated the value of the deduction at $245,640.

     



    So apparently now it's PLURAL. Typical Airborne fashion. 

     

    Funny how this happened eight years ago but suddenly it's an issue for Fitzgerald. 

     




    You idiots are hilarious!!!

     

    Just keep coming up with your excuses, that's all ya got.

    Let us know what you hypocrits say is a good time frame, especially after asking for college transcripts from a few decades ago.



    Excuses? HAHAHAHA. He didn't pay ONE bill. Not billS. ONE bill. Why do you think it's ok to lie?

    I never asked for a college transcript. I could care less what Obama got for grades. 

    But it doesn't seem suspect that ALL of a sudden this guy cares about an unpaid bill (singular) from EIGHT fri99in years ago. 

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

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    Politico

    There’s no evidence that Gomez — now the Republican Massachusetts Senate nominee in next month’s special election — violated the law.

    While federal tax law allows homeowners to obtain a tax deduction for giving up control of the exterior of their homes to certain non-profit groups, the Internal Revenue Service had considered such a move one of its “Dirty Dozen” scams in 2005, saying: “A ‘contribution’ of a historic facade easement to a tax-exempt conservation organization is another example.”  

    Now why should the IRS fix this atrocity?  Because it isn't one, as was pointed out thusly in a letter to the IRS, calling the program:

    “a helpful tool for preserving historic structures across the country.” - Senator John Forbes Kerry    

    Poof

     




     

    The only 'poof' is what's coming out of your backside.

    The thread relates to Gomez not paying his bills to people who did work for him.

    Ya keep going off on these tangents and ya keep getting proven wrong.

    When Republican US Senate nominee Gabriel E. Gomez was seeking a lucrative historical tax deduction for his Cohasset home, he rejected the first appraisal he received because it was too low and then refused to pay the appraiser’s bill, according to a claim filed this week.

    That appraiser, Shaun Fitzgerald, said Gomez hired him in late 2005 to determine the amount he could deduct on his federal tax return in exchange for agreeing not to alter the home’s facade. But Fitzgerald said Gomez then failed to pay the $1,000 appraiser’s fee.

    Fitzgerald filed a small claims complaint in Quincy District Court Tuesday. In it, he requested payment and attached his appraisal report that estimated the value of the deduction at $245,640.

     



    So apparently now it's PLURAL. Typical Airborne fashion. 

     

    Funny how this happened eight years ago but suddenly it's an issue for Fitzgerald. 

     




    You idiots are hilarious!!!

     

    Just keep coming up with your excuses, that's all ya got.

    Let us know what you hypocrits say is a good time frame, especially after asking for college transcripts from a few decades ago.

     



    Excuses? HAHAHAHA. He didn't pay ONE bill. Not billS. ONE bill. Why do you think it's ok to lie?

     

    I never asked for a college transcript. I could care less what Obama got for grades. 

    But it doesn't seem suspect that ALL of a sudden this guy cares about an unpaid bill (singular) from EIGHT fri99in years ago. 

     




    Swing and a miss.

     

    You're not very good at this debating thing.

    Can't wait for you to act tough and call me a coward.

    That is sooooo scary.

     

     

    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee



    What did I miss on?

    Is he accused of not paying A bill or muliple bills?

    You brought up college transcripts to which I said I could care less about. Talk about swing and a miss.

    It doesn't seem suspect to you that after EIGHT years this guy is making a big deal of the unpaid bill? I mean really...you have no idea why? None at all??? Wow.

     

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

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    Politico

    There’s no evidence that Gomez — now the Republican Massachusetts Senate nominee in next month’s special election — violated the law.

    While federal tax law allows homeowners to obtain a tax deduction for giving up control of the exterior of their homes to certain non-profit groups, the Internal Revenue Service had considered such a move one of its “Dirty Dozen” scams in 2005, saying: “A ‘contribution’ of a historic facade easement to a tax-exempt conservation organization is another example.”  

    Now why should the IRS fix this atrocity?  Because it isn't one, as was pointed out thusly in a letter to the IRS, calling the program:

    “a helpful tool for preserving historic structures across the country.” - Senator John Forbes Kerry    

    Poof

     




     

    The only 'poof' is what's coming out of your backside.

    The thread relates to Gomez not paying his bills to people who did work for him.

    Ya keep going off on these tangents and ya keep getting proven wrong.

    When Republican US Senate nominee Gabriel E. Gomez was seeking a lucrative historical tax deduction for his Cohasset home, he rejected the first appraisal he received because it was too low and then refused to pay the appraiser’s bill, according to a claim filed this week.

    That appraiser, Shaun Fitzgerald, said Gomez hired him in late 2005 to determine the amount he could deduct on his federal tax return in exchange for agreeing not to alter the home’s facade. But Fitzgerald said Gomez then failed to pay the $1,000 appraiser’s fee.

    Fitzgerald filed a small claims complaint in Quincy District Court Tuesday. In it, he requested payment and attached his appraisal report that estimated the value of the deduction at $245,640.

     



    So apparently now it's PLURAL. Typical Airborne fashion. 

     

    Funny how this happened eight years ago but suddenly it's an issue for Fitzgerald. 

     




    You idiots are hilarious!!!

     

    Just keep coming up with your excuses, that's all ya got.

    Let us know what you hypocrits say is a good time frame, especially after asking for college transcripts from a few decades ago.

     



    Excuses? HAHAHAHA. He didn't pay ONE bill. Not billS. ONE bill. Why do you think it's ok to lie?

     

    I never asked for a college transcript. I could care less what Obama got for grades. 

    But it doesn't seem suspect that ALL of a sudden this guy cares about an unpaid bill (singular) from EIGHT fri99in years ago. 

     




    Swing and a miss.

     

    You're not very good at this debating thing.

    Can't wait for you to act tough and call me a coward.

    That is sooooo scary.

     

     

    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee



    An uproven allegation.  Why don't we let the wheels of justice turn?

    Oh, BTW, when, exactly, is the former Senator Kerry going to pay his bill to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts?  you know, the boat excise tax?  I'm fairly sure we are still waiting.

    Or, when is the Senator from the Cherokee Nation going to show us her tribal membership?

    Glass houses...

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    FortySixAndTwo after 8 years Gomez finally paid the guy today. A former Navy SEAL should realize that it is considered an dishonarable act in the Military for not paying one's debts and is such a violation that is covered under the UCMJ .

    Celer,Selens,Mortalis

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    Now it has been reported that Gomez didn't pay a plumber who did work for him in 2007 . The company,Lundy Plumbing , has stated that they sent 2 bills and called Gomez several times about the bill before finally bring Gomez to court . The case was finally settled out of court .

     
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    Re: Gabriel Gomez won't pay his bills .

    In response to Sistersledge's comment:

    FortySixAndTwo after 8 years Gomez finally paid the guy today. A former Navy SEAL should realize that it is considered an dishonarable act in the Military for not paying one's debts and is such a violation that is covered under the UCMJ .

    Celer,Selens,Mortalis



    Oh I agree 100% he should have paid it off...eight years ago. I just find it suspect that eight years later it's suddenly an issue for this guy. That's all

     

     

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