Twitter laughs: Safe names for non-profits to avoid IRS targeting

Obama laughsThere isn’t a comedian on earth funnier than fellow Americans when challenged to take a shot at an ongoing Obama administration scandal.

And as Twitchy showed, in this case, it’s coming from the Twitter hashtag “SafeC4Names,” where people have come up with hilarious “safe names” for non-profit groups to use to avoid IRS targeting, harassment, and holding up of applications for 501(c)4 tax-exempt status.

We continue to learn more and more about the ongoing targeting by the IRS of conservative groups with names that included “tea party” and “patriot.”

Now, take a look at what people say would be “safe” non-conservative names to use to avoid IRS scrutiny:

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And then this guy just banged out a bunch of names:

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Do you have a favorite, or even a name of your own? Share with us in the comments section!

H/T: Twitchy


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