The IRS now claims that the government official who willfully accessed confidential tax records illegally was not an IRS employee.


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O goody: The IRS now claims that the government official who willfully accessed confidential tax records illegally was not an IRS employee.

How does this make anything better? Instead of an IRS official rummaging through confidential tax records for political purposes, they apparently let others in government do it directly.

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  • R. Cotour

    Its all so, so wrong.

  • Publius 2

    There is no longer any doubt that this administration has corrupted every federal agency. The United States is now in the hands of a criminal conspiracy. How much longer will people of honor stand still for this, particularly those who were elected — and swore an oath — to protect the Constitution? Is there no one? Is there not one single soul who will resist this evil force?

  • R. Cotour

    It is reasonable to conclude that both party’s, in a perverted way exist to create this situation and it is also reasonable that they are bent on further destroying the Constitution . This is all about the government being in and remaining in control of the people to a degree that is blatantly counter to the intent of the founders and their document.

    Is this the New World Order? Is this the way that this must evolve, leaving the tenets of the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights behind?

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