Hmmmm. So, let's see, if the IRS commissioner has a 15-minute "daily briefing", why did he only visit the White House 30 times? Your math doesn't support your theory.<quoted text>
Guess that's why the lazy bastard was supposedly unaware that his IRS Commissioner was persecuting his political opponents.
After his 15-minute daily briefing, WTF else does he do except play golf.
How about putting in a 15-hour day like any other CEO?
You are clearly unaware of management principles.
It really is only common sense that organizations applying for tax-exempt status that chose to use "Tea Party", "Patriots", "Israel", "progressive", "occupy", "9/12 project", "vote", "liberty" etc. in the name, undergo more intense scrutiny. And it only makes sense that groups that could be associated with the Tea party be placed in the "Emerging Issues" category and flagged for additional questioning. After all, those are emerging groups. A person would have to live in a cave not to not recognize that those groups may be engaged in activities that could be construed as political.
For example, "The Wetumpka Tea Party, from Alabama, sponsored training for a get-out-the-vote initiative dedicated to the “defeat of President Barack Obama” while the I.R.S. was weighing its application.
And the head of the Ohio Liberty Coalition, whose application languished with the I.R.S. for more than two years, sent out e-mails to members about Mitt Romney campaign events and organized members to distribute Mr. Romney’s presidential campaign literature."
Issa is a warlock. Plain and simple.