If you expect people to be rational, you aren't being rational.
USAToday: RS gave liberals a pass; Tea Party groups put on holdIn the 27 months that the Internal Revenue Service put a hold on all Tea Party applications for non-profit status, it approved applications from similar liberal groups, a USA TODAY review of IRS data shows.
As applications from conservative groups sat in limbo, groups with obviously liberal names were approved in as little as nine months. With names including words like "Progress" or "Progressive," these groups applied for the same tax status and were engaged in the same kinds of activities as the conservative groups.
irs internal review---independent of tigta: "significant problems," "substantial bias"
Internal IRS probe cited same problems with approach to conservative groups in May 2012 - The Washington Post
that is, the irs says the irs discriminated
why do you think doj launched its criminal investigation?
if you're not familiar with nancy j marks, you really don't know the story
but that won't stop you from prejudging
knock yourself out
the gray lady (nyt), february:
501c4 ofa is "an extension of the administration stocked with alumni of obama's white house and campaign teams devoted solely to the president's second term agenda," "whose goal is to harness its resources in support of obama's priorities," "not unlike the super pacs obama once deplored," whose half million dollar donors are invited to attend white house quarterly meetings
that's some pretty prices social welfare
irs on the irs: "substantial bias"
depends on if he ponied up the half milhow did the GOP operative fit into this
So in spite all your blather about accountability, I'm not at all surprised that you don't want to hold Issa, and the other republicans in congress, accountable for all the lies they have told because I've known from the get-go that your blather is dishonest.