A look at the seven IRS officials whose computers crashed.


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A look at the seven IRS officials whose computers crashed.

The bottom line is that every single one of them was involved with IRS division that planned and instigated the harassment of the political opponents of Barack Obama and the Democratic Party.

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2 comments

  • DK Williams

    When government officials flaunt the law successfully, society breaks down. We have a generation of Democrats who view our legal system as a tool for ruthlessly suppressing political opponents. Unless the public wakes up and elects honest people, we are headed for a political and economic disaster. I am cautiously optimistic that the November elections will reverse this trend.

  • PeterF

    I believe the word you were meaning to use is “flout” not “flaunt”. Similar sounding but basically opposite meaning.

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