March 22, 2011 at 7:00 pm in INFORUM
The North Dakota U.S. Attorney’s Office says a Fargo man’s lawsuit against Sen. Byron Dorgan lacks merit for multiple reasons and ought to be dismissed. Continue Reading
Tags: Byron Dorgan, Government 7 Comments »
Only asking for a million? Why not ask for a billion? Trillion?…..what an idiot….wait, what’s that? I’m now getting sued???
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Somebody should sue Stibbe and his attorney for wasting everybody’s time with such a ridiculous case.
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This is not Dorgan’s lawsuit, Dorgan didn’t bring it, Gary A. Stibbe’s did, so it is his suit.
Anyway, if I ask help from my congress critter and I don’t get the help to my satisfaction, I can sue? Yeah, OKkkkeeee.
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So this man has a mountain of student loan debt that he is apparently having trouble paying off(I am only assuming that is why the IRS is intercepting it) and he wants to sue Dorgan for a million dollars because he did not intercept it? Get your priorities straight. This is Stibbe’s problem and no one else.
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I googled this man, nothing but Stibbes vs (next victim). What a waste of tax payer dollars, he should be paying for these frivolous law suits out of his pocket, our judicial system is screwed up enough without his help.
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I googled him too, out of curiosity. The one case that stuck out was he sued his parents. This is some piece of work. This man apparently sues anyone and everyone he comes in contact with. I, perhaps, shouldn’t comment on this subject as we all might become targets some day, as well.
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While it has been a long time since I ever had a student loan, I am pretty sure there was some wording in the paperwork that the government could use tax refunds as recourse if they are not currently up to date in payments on the loan. What was Dorgan supposed to do?
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