Again, side issue here...The IG's audit found that conservative groups were targeted for undue scrutiny. That is a fact.Was it warranted?
Again, not the point. Do you think that harassment of political opponents is justified in an election season, using a agency like the IRS?Let's take Rove's Crossroads group, clearly a partisan political group ... was its 501(c)(4) status revoked?
Obviously, from what I quoted from you above, as well as in this very sentence, in brackets, shows this statement to be untrue.... I'll wait until everything is in to make a judgment (I just wish Issa wasn't involved since anything he touches is dirty)
Is it wrong in an investigation to try and get to just how high this might have gone? Don't the American people deserve to know that? Or is it just this President you want to put 'off limits' to this oversight?And let's be honest, this too is about Obama, and Issa is trying hard to connect him to it.
No. I would find that disappointing, and further evidence to why I consider Bush to have been a "progressive", only within the Republican party.Wouldn't it be funny if we find that under Bush liberal groups were scrutinized more closely than conservative groups?
Weak man.....You're not taking sides, just name calling, and using pejorative defense....mmmmmm k, got it.... even if the evidence in the end contradicts you and your friend Grand Theft Auto Issa, it won't matter will it?
Ah well, as long as it is against some group you don't like, all's good.Anyway, while there appears to be bias in who was targeted by the IRS...
Now there is some real irony right there....You're judging "bias", while displaying bias yourself in doing so....I'm willing to wager that conservative groups are more likely than liberal groups to violate their status.
"They did it too" justifications are never an excuse. Why are you not willing to look at the here, and now?We'll see what happens, and I'd be interested in knowing whether there had been periods when liberal groups were unfairly targeted
You don't mean that at all, as evidenced by to body of your post proceeding this sentence...-- neither of which would be right, as it would not be right to give this status to groups who do not deserve it.
I can't speak for Fenton, but I have learned that we have yet another progressive poster, that makes it clear with avitar's, and posts that he is a progressive, spews progressive talking points, but yet hides their lean, and then thinks they are clever. That would not be clever sir, but disingenuous.Have a good day, and I hope you've learned something from my post
The house does not have authority to make a legal determination. That's what the judiciary is for. The Legislature makes laws, the Judiciary interprets the law, and the Executive branch enforces the law.