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In today's House hearings a Cincinnati IRS will confirm that the unconstitutional attacks launched against conservative political groups from 2010 - 2012 were actually being run from Washington DC. The agent will testify that as far back as March 2010, he was ordered to block applications from conservative groups and then send flagged applications to Washington DC. He said sources in Washington DC wanted to review the flagged cases. Gee...think they wanted to compile a list of names?

 

Of course, the resigned IRS Commissioner who last week was forced to admit that he went to the White House 118 times in less than two years has nothing to do with this, right? And poor put upon Obama had nothing to do with it because he claimed the frist he heard about all this was when he read the iRS IG's report in the papers.

 

Given that there is no example in our history of an IRS Directors/IRS Commissioner ever visting the white house more than a few times a year at best, we'll assume that the resigned IRS Commissioner was just a popular guy at the Obama white house...what other explanation could there be for 118 visits to the white house in less than two years, right?

 

 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/03/interviews-with-irs-agent-suggest-tea-party-targeting-came-from-washington/

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I sure he will produce a written document that instructed him to do so. NOT. Hahahahahahahahahha

 

The only people who have lied about this scandal are Obama, the leftist hag who took the 5th and the Ex-IRS Commissioner.

 

The people exposing this scandal by peeling back the layers are telling the truth so far...facts are on their side.

 

This agent has more credibility in is big toe than the entire corrupt obama administration...guess who the american people are going to believe...might want to check the latest "legitimate" polls on this, loser.

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I sure he will produce a written document that instructed him to do so. NOT. Hahahahahahahahahha

Why is written documentation required? This testimony was under oath, and we know that this was happening all over the country.

Do you think that separate groups just happened to all come up with the same new requirements/procedures at the same time?

 

As much as you liberals want to dismiss this, it's not going away.

 

 

 

The only people who have lied about this scandal are Obama, the leftist hag who took the 5th and the Ex-IRS Commissioner.

 

The people exposing this scandal by peeling back the layers are telling the truth so far...facts are on their side.

 

This agent has more credibility in is big toe than the entire corrupt obama administration...guess who the american people are going to believe...might want to check the latest "legitimate" polls on this, loser.

 

 

I just read the other day that the ex-commissioner's wife runs a liberal lobbying group.

I'm sure that he had absolutely NO input into the targeting of Republicans and the TEA Party. :rolleyes:

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In today's House hearings a Cincinnati IRS will confirm that the unconstitutional attacks launched against conservative political groups from 2010 - 2012 were actually being run from Washington DC.

 

WTF?? What was "unconstitutional" about it dopey?

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I just read the other day that the ex-commissioner's wife runs a liberal lobbying group.

I'm sure that he had absolutely NO input into the targeting of Republicans and the TEA Party. :rolleyes:

 

Well...let's see...the Ex-IRS commissioner testified that one of his 118 trips to the white house was for an Easter egg roll. Maybe all the other trips were for his wife's lib-leftie lobbying group. See...no trips regarding planned IRS attacks on conservatives...it was all in our minds...no biggie.

 

 

Issa's claims are substantiated how ???

 

 

 

You don't even know what his claims are. First...you lay out his claims and then I will deal with you.

 

 

 

WTF?? What was "unconstitutional" about it dopey?

 

 

 

Using the IRS to launch a coordinated attack on americans for their political beliefs, azzhole! Find me some support for that in the constitution? Last time I checked, that same kind of sh*t (a taxing authority going after the political belief system of americans) is what got King George III and his troops kicked out of this country and ushered in the constitution.

 

Take this matter before the u.s. supreme court and you will find out very quickly how unconstitutional this is.

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Using the IRS to launch a coordinated attack on americans for their political beliefs, azzhole! Find me some support for that in the constitution? Last time I checked, that same kind of sh*t (a taxing authority going after the political belief system of americans) is what got King George III and his troops kicked out of this country and ushered in the constitution.

 

No dumb fk, you didn't answer the question I asked. I asked, what was unconstitutional about it?

 

Now admit you fking lied to everybody here, as usual. You are getting as bad as Issa about lying. Tsk! :D

 

Corruption starts at the top and rolls on down....barry sent his jackbooted IRS thugs after Conservatives...time for his sorry ass to go.

And here is another LF board liar. Prove it fk face, or STFU!! LMAO!!! Stupid fk.

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I'll wait for the written instructions from "WHOM EVER" that told the office of tax exempt status to use search terms like patriot or tea bagger to "target" Unless you think that person actually called all 400 people in the department with that message.

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No dumb fk, you didn't answer the question I asked. I asked, what was unconstitutional about it?

 

Now admit you fking lied to everybody here, as usual. You are getting as bad as Issa about lying. Tsk! :D

 

And here is another LF board liar. Prove it fk face, or STFU!! LMAO!!! Stupid fk.

Disprove it you shit swallowing socialist.

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You don't even know what his claims are. First...you lay out his claims and then I will deal with you.

 

 

To educate you, since you don't know that it's all over the net

 

 

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa on Sunday released partial transcripts from new interviews with Cincinnati-based IRS employees, arguing they suggest higher-ups in Washington played an active role in the choice to target conservative groups seeking tax exempt status .

Issa contends that the interviews show the targeting was not done solely by the Cincinnati office and that officials in Washington requested that searches identifying applications by conservative groups be conducted and then asked to see certain files.

 

“As late as last week, the [Obama] administration was still trying to say there was a few rogue agents from Cincinnati, when in fact the indication is they were directly being ordered from Washington,” the California Republican said on CNN’s “State of the Union” shortly before the panel released the partial transcripts.

 

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/darrell-issa-irs-scandal-92123.html

 

 

 

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I'll wait for the written instructions from "WHOM EVER" that told the office of tax exempt status to use search terms like patriot or tea bagger to "target" Unless you think that person actually called all 400 people in the department with that message.

did the court ever come up with "written instructions" that led to watergate ?

 

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The right wingnut lunatic fringe might want to consider hiring CG to help them on these little fishing expeditions of theirs, as they the've been skunked time and again. But I doubt even he could recommend a set-up that would be productive in catching anything other than weeds and snags.

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did the court ever come up with "written instructions" that led to watergate ?

They used the tapes," Mr. Organ Grinder". Did you sleep through that too?

 

With a half dozen agencies investigating, I'm sure they will uncover some "instructions to target" , huh?

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did the court ever come up with "written instructions"

They used the tapes," Mr. Organ Grinder". Did you sleep through that too?

 

With a half dozen agencies investigating, I'm sure they will uncover some "instructions to target" , huh?

so that would be a big NO

 

dumbazz...

 

 

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So you are comparing a crook of a president instructing one of his right hand men to find a crew to break into the DNC Headquarters to someone that basically had to instruct an entire department of IRS agents to target certain groups, without a record of any kind of such instructions? Hahahahahahahahaha.......what a dumbass you are Mr. Organ Grinder.

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I'll wait for the written instructions from "WHOM EVER" that told the office of tax exempt status to use search terms like patriot or tea bagger to "target" Unless you think that person actually called all 400 people in the department with that message.

You've never worked for a corporation, have you?

If you had, you'd understand that information like this is filtered own from the bosses.

The CEO tells the VPs, the VPs tell the department managers, and the managers tells the employees.

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You've never worked for a corporation, have you?

If you had, you'd understand that information like this is filtered own from the bosses.

The CEO tells the VPs, the VPs tell the department managers, and the managers tells the employees.

Gosh....you would think that those at the bottom could point the finger upward at exactly WHO up the ladder gave them such instructions with six investigations currently going on, huh?

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No dumb fk, you didn't answer the question I asked. I asked, what was unconstitutional about it?

 

Now admit you fking lied to everybody here, as usual. You are getting as bad as Issa about lying. Tsk! :D

 

 

You dumb azz crab I did answer your moronic question...THIS is what was unconstitutional about it...quoting:

 

 

 

"Using the IRS to launch a coordinated attack on americans for their political beliefs, azzhole! Find me some support for that in the constitution? Take this matter before the u.s. supreme court and you will find out very quickly how unconstitutional this is."

 

 

What part of that don't you understand, moron?

 

I'll wait for the written instructions from "WHOM EVER" that told the office of tax exempt status to use search terms like patriot or tea bagger to "target" Unless you think that person actually called all 400 people in the department with that message.

 

What department? You think only 400 people were involved, moron?

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In today's House hearings a Cincinnati IRS will confirm that the unconstitutional attacks launched against conservative political groups from 2010 - 2012 were actually being run from Washington DC. The agent will testify that as far back as March 2010, he was ordered to block applications from conservative groups and then send flagged applications to Washington DC. He said sources in Washington DC wanted to review the flagged cases. Gee...think they wanted to compile a list of names?

 

Of course, the resigned IRS Commissioner who last week was forced to admit that he went to the White House 118 times in less than two years has nothing to do with this, right? And poor put upon Obama had nothing to do with it because he claimed the frist he heard about all this was when he read the iRS IG's report in the papers.

 

Given that there is no example in our history of an IRS Directors/IRS Commissioner ever visting the white house more than a few times a year at best, we'll assume that the resigned IRS Commissioner was just a popular guy at the Obama white house...what other explanation could there be for 118 visits to the white house in less than two years, right?

 

 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/03/interviews-with-irs-agent-suggest-tea-party-targeting-came-from-washington/

NO SURPRISE COMING FROM AN ILLEGAL PRESIDENT

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To educate you, since you don't know that it's all over the net

 

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/darrell-issa-irs-scandal-92123.html

 

 

 

 

As I expected...you don't have a clue what you are talking about when you say "claims." The above IS BUT ONE F--KING CLAIM, moron. You said CLAIMS! The above notes a NEW CLAIM purporting to show that the IRS scheme was actually being run from DC.

 

How is that supposed to be proved at this point given the agent is testifying on that claim as I type this?

 

How f--king stupid are you? You want a claim to proven before testimony on the claim has been given, azzhole?

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Gosh....you would think that those at the bottom could point the finger upward at exactly WHO up the ladder gave them such instructions with six investigations currently going on, huh?

I guess you missed lerner taking the 5th ?

 

maybe you should wait until all the witnesses have testified

 

lol

 

dumbazz...

 

 

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