First, as any Obamacrat will point out this woman is a Republican black hating racist and obviously incompetent and stupid if she has to deal with the IRS "every day"....instead of April 15th like honest Americans.
Second, this is propaganda.
Three, its all lies..
and four, it ignores the fact the first ever email on this originated in Cleveland..
five, Bush started it.
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
Cleta Mitchell to Newsmax: Holder Must 'Get Out of the Way' in IRS Probe
The U.S. Justice Department "has so many conflicts" in the IRS scandal that the only way to investigate the agency properly for targeting conservative groups is through a special prosecutor, top Washington attorney Cleta Mitchell told Newsmax.
"I just don't see how it's possible that they can conduct a proper investigation," Mitchell, who represented 10 groups were singled out for special screening in their applications for tax-exempt status, said in an exclusive interview. "It needs to be conducted and prosecuted by a special counsel.
"It's high time the Justice Department did what it should do: get out of way — and [Attorney General] Eric Holder needs to appoint a special counsel."
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said on Friday that the Republican-controlled House would vote next Thursday on whether to ask Holder to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Internal Revenue Service for singling out conservative, tea party and religious groups......snip~
Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com Cleta Mitchell to Newsmax: Holder Must 'Get Out of the Way' in IRS Probe
Last edited by MMC; 05-18-14 at 08:26 PM.
Yeah because she was the Attorney Representing 10 different groups. Which.....you only know of 2 or 3 of them that made the news, huh? From Post 93.
The politics of the IRS scandal.....
Yet, it seemed immediately apparent to me that the IRS story overwhelms the other two in terms of the potential danger posed to the administration. Why? Because any American can easily understand the unfairness and fearsomeness of using the taxing power for partisan political purposes.
But my confidence in these sorts of political assessments isn’t sky high these days. Thus, I was happy to read that Nate Silver also sees political resonance in the IRS scandal. He assesses the likely political fall-out from a scandal by asking the following five sensible questions:
The long-and-short of Silver’s analysis of these questions is that “the I.R.S. story scores relatively high, meaning it could have a substantial political impact.”
As to the first question, “simplicity seems to be on the Republicans’ side in the I.R.S. case in a way it hasn’t been on Benghazi.” As to the second, “the I.R.S. story has the potential to affect perceptions of the executive branch, the Democratic Party and the United States government as a whole, and Mr. Obama.” Similarly, as to the third, “when it comes to the grievances of Tea Party voters in particular, the I.R.S.’s actions could hardly be more substantively or symbolically resonant.”
Fourth, Republicans face little risk of a backlash when they press the administration on the IRS’s conduct. It will be difficult to portray concern about IRS abuses as a partisan squabble. President Obama and other Democrats sense this, as is clear from their initial public reaction.
Finally, does the IRS scandal arise in a slow news cycle? I would say no, given Benghazihate. But Silver argues that this puts Republicans in something of a no-lose position:.....snip~
The politics of the IRS scandal | Power Line
Big time trouble for the Demos, naughty naughty! .
to affect perceptions of the executive branch, the Democratic Party and the United States government as a whole, and Mr. Obama.....snip~
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