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What Does Trey Gowdy Call Citizens Who Lie Like Barack Obama’s IRS?

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Posted: July 25, 2014

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Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) is on the warpath against the IRS. Earlier this week, he went nuclear on the IRS commissioner who was complaining about “low morale” among those partisan hack IRS employees.

This time, during his one minute floor speech on Thursday, he was looking for things that unite us all as Americans. And I think he found them!

Americans agree the IRS should never target citizens.

Americans agree that government should tell us the truth.

Gowdy, a lawyer and former Prosecutor, knows the law very well. And he has a name for those people who change their story as frequently as the IRS:

If we, Madam Speaker, changed our story to government eight different times, we would be called inmates. We can’t lie to government. Therefore, government should never be able to lie to us.

The story keeps changing, as those announcements of a few messages being found here and there are distractions from the real incriminating messages that have to exist but were clearly dangerous to President Barack Obama’s presidency. No one – not even IRS bureaucrats or the President- should be above the law.

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