Busted me for lying? Pops said if you change your name, you can judge your own posts. Everyone give it a try. Then be sure to think about Free Pizza's derogatory comments about gays and read this...<quoted text>
I am guessing that after I busted you for lying that you are afraid of me huh.
What happened to you boy? You used to spew all over the page.
You used to be fun. You've become very disappointing boy.
Let me help you.
I was watching FOX news and saw this. Yes I said FOX NEWS.
Will IRS scandal lead all the way to Obama?
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/07/19/wil...
This is extraordinary, suggesting that it was the IRS chief counsel’s office, not rogue agents in Ohio, who engineered the key abuses in the targeting scandal, including the extraordinarily-intrusive questionnaires that asked conservative groups for donor lists, Internet login information, social media pages, and even the political and charitable activities of family members.
Hull went on to testify that he had not seen anything like that in almost 50 years of work at the IRS.
To be clear, IRS Chief Counsel William Wilkins is a political appointee, appointed by President Obama in 2009 – the top lawyer in the agency. The involvement of his office – as early as 2011 – represents a dramatic escalation of the IRS scandal.
The previous IRS explanation – a bureaucratic mistake, originating in Ohio – was bad enough. This explanation is much worse. With the involvement of the IRS’s top legal office more than two years ago, the questions now become eerily reminiscent of earlier Washington scandals.
What was discussed at the more 100 meetings between the IRS Commissioner and White House meetings?
Why was President Obama’s political operative, Stephanie Cutter, included in meetings with the IRS?