This aspect is certainly true.<quoted text>
Here's what happened in 2010 that you forgot to mention:
Karl Rove and his conservative American Crossroads Super PAC applied for tax exempt status as a non-partisan charity while spending $70 million on political attack ads for the mid term elections.
The IRS must be even more vigilant to protect against right wing tax cheats.
These types of tax exempts are not supposed to be political purposes. Their focus must be some form of social advocacy or social issues. They are allowed to do some political activities but these can not be the main focus.
When you form, Tea Party Patriots, is't the main focus is elections & candidate support?