IRS Scandal Update

September 20, 2013

Senior Treasury Dept Officials Knew of IRS Targeting in Spring 2012, Documents Suggest.

“New documents are raising questions about when senior Treasury Department officials, including deputy treasury secretary Neal Wolin and even former treasury secretary Timothy Geithner, learned about the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of tea-party groups. They suggest top brass at the Treasury Department may have been aware of the scandal in spring of 2012, a year before it became public.”

One can only presume that they knew, and but didn’t mind.



Do You Know What Day It IS?

August 16, 2013

It’s day 99 of the IRS Phony Scandal … Where things are moving right along, like a snail, but still moving.

Remember Nixon was impeached for crap like this, using the IRS to target his political opposition. I see no difference.

Some of today’s pickings …

What happens when they come for you …

The IRS Intervened in Tea Party Elections

July 22, 2013

Rigged elections? IRS and the people behind the curtain, were doing things only NIXON could dream about doing.

Did the IRS intervene in Federal election campaigns for Congress? According to the Washington Times, U.S. Treasury investigative special agent Dennis Martel has uncovered a new example of political abuse.

On March 9, 2010, Christine O’Donnell’s personal income tax records were illegally accessed by a Delaware public official. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) reports that a previously-undisclosed “back door” to the IRS computer system was used to invade the privacy of Christine O’Donnell’s tax records.

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We Know What You DID …

July 16, 2013

Is it time to impeach our Nixon wanna be??? I bet now we know who Harry Reid’s little friend is … And how the ran Mitt out of town!!!

Let us proposed a fix… Just tax everybody at the same rate!!!! Problem solved, eliminate the IRS, save money …

WASH TIMES: Personal tax records of politicians, donors improperly accessed at IRS..

Evidence surfaces…

The Treasury Department has admitted for the first time that confidential tax records of several political candidates and campaign donors were improperly scrutinized by government officials, but the Justice Department has declined to prosecute any of the cases.

Its investigators also are probing two allegations that the Internal Revenue Service “targeted for audit candidates for public office,” the Treasury’s inspector general for tax administration, J. Russell George, has privately told Sen. Chuck Grassley.


July 3, 2013

TWEET OF THE DAY: Obamacare was so popular it had to be passed in the dead of night and delayed until after two elections.

Why because we don’t want the cost increases interfering with our takeover of the House. John, feeling the heat, wish you had more Tea Party support now?

Lets play hide the costs … Dummy knows how to act like a trained seal. It’s clever, he can even balance the ball on his head …

Just WOW … aren’t you impressed?


Counting on your low information voters to not know anything. Got to win the House in 2014, if you want gun control and all our other good stuff … And this business destroying provision of Obamacare has to be hidden from people …

And the Republicans are doing what, exactly. Playing footsie with Hispanics. They’ll never learn!


Aren’t you supposed to go around the fence, not hit the fence ??? Sheesh, what career.

GOING ALL-IN FOR 2014: Sebelius Highlights New Medicaid Grants as Treasury Rolls Back Obamacare Implementation.

The White House will delay the implementation of the so-called “employer mandate” until at least 2015, well after the 2014 midterm elections, the Treasury Department announced Tuesday.

President Barack Obama’s landmark health care law includes a provision that would require employers with a staff greater than 50 to provide their employees with health insurance.

However, with today’s announcement, businesses don’t need to worry about being fined or penalized until after the midterm elections.

“The Administration is announcing that it will provide an additional year before the ACA mandatory employer and insurer reporting requirements begin,” the Treasury announcement reads.

Delaying the employer mandate, the announcement explains, will supposedly serve two goals.

“First, it will allow us to consider ways to simplify the new reporting requirements consistent with the law,” Treasury explains.

The BS just flows like water … IRS says they will have your rules directly. You think costs are goning to go down, think again.

“Second, it will provide time to adapt health coverage and reporting systems while employers are moving toward making health coverage affordable and accessible for their employees,” it adds.

Treasury promises that it will publish “formal guidance” next week explaining its plan for the transition.

It’s what Big Government does, for you of course, so we can get elected to control more of your lives, for your own good.


May 30, 2013

Just standard AP reports. No real information.

Why the committees don’t just subpoena the lirs I don’t understand. It would see to me that enough information was generated in the last hearing to know who to get for the next, like strat with the claimed employees from the Cincinnati office and go from there.

The AP is reporting …

At least two congressional panels are planning more hearings next week on the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status. Underscoring how the IRS controversy is spreading, 25 tea party and conservative groups filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday against the government, saying the IRS illegally obstructed their efforts.

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IRS tea-party Bloodbath Continues in Congress, as Evidence Emerges That IRS’s Own Internal Probe Ended in May 2012, Six Months Before Election, But Was Hidden From Congress

May 22, 2013

Tempers flared in a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing Wednesday, with members on both sides of the aisle castigating the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups with special scrutiny, and then hiding the practice from Congress.

Rep. Darrel Issa, the committee’s chairman, said that the committee learned just yesterday that the IRS completed its own investigation a year before a Treasury Department Inspector General report was completed.

But despite the IRS recognizing in May 2012 that its employees were treating right-wing groups differently from other organizations, Issa said, IRS personnel withheld those conclusions from legislators.


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