History shows that it is simply how the federal bureaucracy operates. The “smoking gun” is liberal politics as usual, and it stretches back to the Kennedy Administration.
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We are looking into a tyrannical abyss and it is time to be afraid, be very afraid.
Years of misbehavior, favoritism and outright criminal acts produced a view of government officials that ranks below that of used-car salesmen. No other group or institution is held in lower esteem.
Ignore it. Dismiss it. Dissemble it to death. Didn’t know about it. Point at others. Have others point at others. Have others suggest the criticism is really racial. Stay aloof. Stretch the whole thing out as long as possible. Then call every ensuing question old news, that you’ve discussed it many times. Hope the problem goes away. – IBD
If the government’s seizure of journalist files and the use of the IRS to harass individuals “unfriendly to the King” does not reawaken a new generation of Americans, then I cannot imagine what will. If Americans are not prepared to defend the principle of individual rights in the arena of First Amendment rights, then there will—very shortly—be nothing left to defend at all.
Obama protectors say he knew nothing about the IRS scandal, the Benghazi fiasco and the criminal gun smuggling to Mexican drug cartels. Reminds me of Sgt. Schultz in Hogan’s Heroes. “I know nothing!!”
Wake Up America Our Nation & Our Freedom In Danger!!! Bending The Rules – Obama Admin Uses Laws It Likes, Ignores Others – Prescription For INjustice – The tyranny is nearly complete
Progressives understand that Obama did not need to personally order this probe and are trying to discredit any reports or suggestions to the contrary.
IRS scandal could well be an abuse of power by the executive branch, reflecting one of the issues that was an article of impeachment drawn up for then-President Richard Nixon, before he resigned.
Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 72, one of Philadelphia’s oldest and wealthiest abortion doctors, of three counts of first degree murder and one count of involuntary manslaughter. The convictions were based upon the horrendous and extensive evidence presented by the prosecution