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Posted by taxguru on June 3, 2013

From Argus Hamilton:

The San Antonio Spurs swept Memphis to make the NBA Finals while the Miami Heat tried to hold off Indianapolis. All four playoff teams left fans bored by their slow pace and tight defense. If they had played any more conservatively they’d be targeted by the IRS.


The Quinnipiac Poll said Thursday that seventy-six percent of Americans want a special prosecutor for the IRS scandal. The people don’t understand the process. Just because you get a special prosecutor doesn’t mean that you get the details of the president’s sex life.


White House logs revealed IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman visited President Obama one hundred eighty times. We’re witnessing history. President Obama isn’t the first to use the IRS to go after political opponents but he is the first to put them on an Enemas List.



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Posted by taxguru on June 3, 2013

New IRS chief to face House as agency’s woes grow –  FoxNews


IRS controversy turns personal, nasty –  When the facts in a debate don’t work to one’s favor, use personal insults.  It’s right out of the DemonRat playbook.


Fear Begets Anger on IRS Scandal –  More on the personal attack strategy to deflect attention from the IRS crimes.


IRS woes grow with report of conference spending –  Minor diversion in a town where every government worker, including the Congress Critters, spend taxpayer money  like drunken sailors.


Some say the only way to prevent IRS abuses is to get rid of the IRS. Wrong – Jack Kelly


Obama’s Campaign Team Comes Out to Defend the IRS –  The future of ObamaCare depends on IRS having more power and authority, not less.


Full Dimensions Of IRS Scandal Emerge – From Dick Morris, who has plenty of personal experience with White House scandals.  


The Lois Lerner state – From Rich Lowry.  Ms Lerner has become the most famous IRS employee I can recall.  Under the new definition of celebrity in this country, we should soon be seeing her on shows like Dancing With the Stars.


Americans Deserve the IRS – Walter Williams chimes in. 


The Taxonomy of Scandals: Is Obama Nearing a Breaking Point? – Not likely considering that he has been given full blanket immunity from any wrong-doing because of the color of his skin.  


IRS may have targeted conservatives more broadly –  Not everyone feels comfortable admitting that IRS harassed them.  Obviously, many IRS victims fear additional retribution for disclosing the IRS abuses.


The IRS passes the buck – Dana Milbank comments on Lois Lerner.


An IRS Scandal Inseparable from Obamacare –  Ignoring the laws is becoming an increasingly used tactic by the BHO Regime.


IRS’s Shulman had more public White House visits than any Cabinet member –  and who knows how many private visits?


IRS Chief’s 118 White House Visits Must Be Explained –  We all know the real reasons.


Tax overhaul: Looking to IRS scandal for momentum –  If anything comes out of this scandal, it should be an increased desire to eliminate the IRS altogether.


IRS higher-ups requested info on conservative groups, letters show –  The harassment plans weren’t due to unilateral schemes by low level IRS flunkies; but from the top, as in the White House.


The process is the punishment – From Mark Steyn. 


IRS Taps Executive to Restore Integrity in Scandal’s Wake –  That will be a very tough job.


Conservative sites tie IRS controversy to liberal group –  Disclosing private tax data to outside groups is supposed to be a crime–  if done by a GOP administration.  It’s business as usual for the DemonRats.


Washington launches four different investigations into IRS scandal –  This pretty much guarantees nothing will happen as a result.  With four separate committees each looking at particular parts of the scandal, the public’s attention will be diluted and nobody will see the entire Big Picture.  We need one Watergate Sam Ervin style committee to investigate everything in one setting. 


Embattled IRS part of House GOP attack ad campaign –  Finally some Repubs using the kind of hard-ball tactics that the DemonRats excel at.


Watergate premonitions? See the YouTube video that lays out how Barack Obama is handling his scandals the same way Richard Nixon once did –  As much as the BHO Regime hates the comparisons to Nixon, they are too similar to ignore.  Unfortunately, we won’t have the same conclusion as we had in 1974.


Americans beware — ObamaCare expands how the IRS can hurt you –  They will help decide who lives or dies.  What could go wrong with that arrangement?



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