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George Will: Why the IRS Case Merits a Special Prosecutor
« on: June 24, 2014, 12:12:17 PM »
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Re: George Will: Why the IRS Case Merits a Special Prosecutor
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2014, 07:22:02 PM »
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George Will: Why the IRS Case Merits a Special Prosecutor

Merits my A$$! Demands is the proper word George!

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Re: George Will: Why the IRS Case Merits a Special Prosecutor
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2014, 07:50:34 PM »
Merits my A$$! Demands is the proper word George!

I agree with every single point he makes, and in Spades...but I think George is being overly cynical at the end when he says it will not happen.  I think the continued arrogant appearances on Capitol Hill by the IRS Commish is boiling a lot more blood in flyover country than the people inside that White House bubble are willing to realize.  This is one issue that every single American who has ever had dealings with IRS can clearly understand, and the posturing, outright lying, and ongoing lying by omission are things people understand they can never get away with with the IRS, and those people are not going to let the IRS off the hook on this one.

I think the Obama Administration is stupid, arrogant and disconnected enough to allow this issue to fester through the entire campaign season.  I think they know they cannot end this in their own favor, hence the extensive attempts at a coverup.  Not only will this be an issue during the upcoming Midterm elections, this is going to continue over into the next Congress when it is very likely the Democrats will be in such a minority in both Houses that they can no longer obstruct anything on behalf of Obama.

There are still 2 more years to go of Obama.  He thinks he can tough things out and openly defy Congress on everything.  Americans understand that too, and will not tolerate a self-styled King.

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