You can find it here. Unfortunately, this is not that big of a scandal — not really a scandal.
Here are some other facts. Of the 300 targeted groups, 75 were Tea Party. Not, Party, as in Political Party. Others were Democrats. If you look at the process, I have to agree with Scott Hodge of the non-partisan Tax Foundation when he said, speaking yesterday on Morning Briefing, that there is no crime, but at the most, some boundaries may have been stretched. Further, there is no connection established to the White House, unlike the last President. The problem is, is that we do profile expected problems. Duh.
Now, the Justice Department will investigate… unlike last President.
If you actually believe this is a scnadal, I pity you. The real scandal is how much you are ready to see this President fall.
Good luck, America.
- IRS Tea Party Scandal: White House Did Not Drive Investigation, Inspector General Says (huffingtonpost.com)
- Two IRS scandals hit Washington: One you’ve heard of, one you haven’t (tv.msnbc.com)
- The IRS, the tea party and money in politics (kansascity.com)
- How IRS Review of U.S. Nonprofits Erupted Into Scandal (bloomberg.com)
- Obama Allies See Lax Scandal Response Imperiling Agenda – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)