Monday, May 13, 2013

I wonder, how high does this go?

At various points over the past two years, Internal Revenue Service officials singled out for scrutiny not only groups with “tea party” or “patriot” in their names but also nonprofit groups that criticized the government and sought to educate Americans about the U.S. Constitution, according to documents in an audit conducted by the agency’s inspector general.
The documents, obtained by The Washington Post from a congressional aide with knowledge of the findings, show that the IRS field office in charge of evaluating applications for tax-exempt status decided to focus on groups making statements that “criticize how the country is being run” and those that were involved in educating Americans “on the Constitution and Bill of Rights.”


  1. Anonymous5/13/2013

    It will be as shocking to the nation as the second president to be impeach, that being Bill Clinton.

  2. Anonymous5/13/2013

    Congratulations Obama voters. China, Afganistan, Pakistan, Russia, Irag, Iran and North Korea Love You! When you get done with the constitution they've won and didn't have to fire a shot.

  3. Anonymous5/14/2013

    We need a full investigation of this, followed by prosecution.

  4. Anonymous5/14/2013

    Obama Recruited by a guy named Kellman from NYC and enters Roseland to be a community organizer and another New Yorker,Axelrod orchestrates a presidential bid. . The former trained by an Alinsky mentee and the latter
    had a mama who was a Marxist. Please fill in the blanks friends

  5. Anonymous5/14/2013

    Just thought of something. Reninds me of summer of 73 home from the Army,.collecting unemployment and watching Sam Ervin and the select Watergate C'Tee all day everyday. Now 40 years later we get to watch Hilary, and minions etc. squirm on C-Span this summer.