Poor answer, 'Mr. IRS Man'
POSTED: Friday, May 17, 2013 - 3:48pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 - 4:12pm
Tyler, TX (KETK) — This morning during a hearing on Capitol Hill, the fired IRS chief, who was quitting in June, I know, it's a joke, told questioners, "Sorry, we did a bad job of customer service."
A bad job?
This ain't Sears!
I'm not bringing back a lawn mower that keeps rattling.
This is about the most powerful agency in the country and now we are finding out Conservative groups were and still are being disenfranchised from the political process and that's the best he can do?
We are now realizing the administration was keeping the Benghazi fracas in the background during the 2012 election because the administration has been chest-thumping Bin Laden was dead, and terrorism was gone because Barack Obama was in the White House.
And someone please bury those bodies before people talk.
Now, we find out this intimidation from the IRS was going on for years and no manager there had the guts to speak up and say there is something terribly wrong here.
This IRS mess was also kept in the dark because, quoting Lisa Meyers from NBC News, “This information about the IRS would have changed the landscape of the 2012 election.”
This, from NBC News.
Light is the best antidote to darkness.
And those in Congress need to keep the high-beams on, for months, until all three of the scandals, I know Jay Carney says these are not scandals, but, they're scandals, keep the bright light on these scandals until the truth comes out.
That's my point of view, what’s yours?