Review of 5,500 Irs E-Mails Found No Political Targeting

Jul 12, 2013 Full story: www.bloomberg.com 9

An inspector general's review of 5,500 e-mails among Internal Revenue Service employees found "no indication" that their scrutiny of Tea Party groups was politically motivated, according to documents being released today by Democrats.

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radiofreeamerica

Tarpon Springs, FL

#1 Jul 12, 2013
If the biased targeting of conservative groups was done by only a couple of employees working in the Cinncinati office-like obamas administration has claimed- I would think you could review thousands of emails done by hundreds of employees and find nothing since the vast majority was left out of it-as they say.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#2 Jul 12, 2013
radiofreeamerica wrote:
If the biased targeting of conservative groups was done by only a couple of employees working in the Cinncinati office-like obamas administration has claimed- I would think you could review thousands of emails done by hundreds of employees and find nothing since the vast majority was left out of it-as they say.
So you don't think they reviewed the emails of the people at that Cincinnati office?
Water for ducks

United States

#3 Jul 12, 2013
More laughable BS. So Lois Lerner took the fifth for no reason at all? Right.
How desperate are the Dems to cover their corruption of the IRS?

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Since: Jul 08

Jacksonville, FL

#6 Jul 13, 2013
If not political, what was the motivation to target TEA party groups?

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Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#11 Jul 13, 2013
It's gratifying to know that the IRS treats everyone with equal shabbiness.

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Since: Jul 08

Jacksonville, FL

#13 Jul 13, 2013
Pasadena Handyman wrote:
<quoted text>Same sex marriage and gays. It was to stop the funding and support from religious groups and conservatives
Sure sounds political to me.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#14 Jul 13, 2013
Pappa wrote:
If not political, what was the motivation to target TEA party groups?
easy...the tea party says they have no social agenda, so any group with a tea party name should have to show that the vast majority of their work is social, as that would be against the tea party name...

this is just common sense...

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Since: Jul 08

Jacksonville, FL

#15 Jul 14, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>easy...the tea party says they have no social agenda, so any group with a tea party name should have to show that the vast majority of their work is social, as that would be against the tea party name...
this is just common sense...
So, you admit it WAS political. Did the moveon groups garner the same scrutiny? How about acorn?
Sheik Yerbouti

Furlong, PA

#16 Jul 14, 2013
The investigations into teabagger groups should continue. They are posing as non profit 'social welfare' groups which they are not! All of these fraudulent groups should be targeted both liberal and conservatard!

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