Yes we did. You have a poor memory. You'd tried this same stupid talking point in another thread and got shot down there too.No, you didnt.
YesAre you calling me a liar, now?
No they didn't. You're a liar. This pathetic and desperate talking point has already been refuted. There is no comparison between the two. Secondly if this is the narrative you're going to run with to try and excuse this nonsense that speaks volumes. So we're supposed to forget about the IRS acting like the Gestapo since they targeted everybody now? Is that what you're trying to say? Congress shouldn't investigate this fraud and corruption since the IRS allegedly targeted everyone? You didn't think your talking point through very far.Yes, tea party groups got extra scrutiny but so did progressive groups....
The spokesman? HahahahaThe spokeswoman told NPR, which called back to verify the accuracy of the quotes, that the inspector general was only asked to look at the targeting of Tea Party groups. The letter now asserts that the scope was much broader. "We reviewed all cases that the IRS identified as potential political cases and did not limit our audit to allegations related to the Tea Party.".....<snip>.....The letter further muddles what had already become a mess of selective information releases, partisan bomb-throwing and rhetorical hyperbole. But it makes it clear the inspector general believes Tea Party groups did have it worse than progressives. It also makes it clear progressive groups were among those that got added scrutiny as potential political cases.
Inspector General Changes Tune On IRS Scandal : It's All Politics : NPR
At least 250 Tea Party and Religious Groups were targeted and had their requests held up. All of their requests were sent to a special technical group for scrutiny. No such scrutiny existed for liberal groups. There is no comparative example of that many liberal groups you or anyone else can provide to try and make this a morally relative issue. Secondly this is exactly why we need a thorough investigation. Lastly, how does any of this excuse or absolve the IRS of anything? Oh that's right. It doesn't. NPR is Government controlled propaganda anyways.
You and a handful of other posters have repeatedly defended Fascism. Shame on you.Shame on me for not ignoring your flame baiting. After this post I probably will.
Case in point. You defending Fascism. ^^^^^Conservatives applying for subsidized social welfare status is hypocricy at it's finest.
Sorry they weren't Conservative. Al Gore's Father, Bill Clinton's Political Mentor and Robert Byrd never left the Democrat Party. They all filibustered the Civil Rights Act. Both parties are corrupt phonies. The fact that you're still an Obama sycophant and have no shame is comical and embarrassing.A conservative by any other name is still a conservative. Prior to the Civil Rights Act most conservatives in the South were Democrats. But lately they've been switching to Libertarian, Independent, Centrist, Moderate....anything to distance themselves from the GOP Republicans. Apparently, the shame of having been a Republican was too overwhelming.