Breaking: IRS Apologizes for Targeting Tea Party and Patriot Groups
Finally, for those of you have not seen it, the IRS today admitted that they unfairly targeted conservative tax-exempt organizations for further review during the 2012 election cycle. As many of you know, organizations that included the words "tea party" or "patriot" in their tax-exempt applications to the IRS were targeted for additional review and required to submit unnecessary and private information. This is another example of extreme overreach by this Administration and the Tea Party Patriots is rejecting the apology of Lois Lerner, who oversees tax-exempt groups at the IRS. The apology comes 6 months after one of the most important election cycles, and it is quite clear that this was deliberate harassment of the Tea Party Patriots and other organizations with similar missions, orchestrated by IRS officials who have, thus far, not been fired. The Tea Party Patriots will continue to push for more transparency about what took place last year, and we are urging the IRS to fire all individuals who took part in this illegal harassment.
EXCERPT: "Just months after being slimed by President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, Mitt Romney supporter and businessman Frank VanderSloot was informed that he was going to be audited not only by the Internal Revenue Service, but by the Labor Department as well."
The Obama campaign stated about VanderSloot that was one of the: ”wealthy individuals with less-than-reputable records.”
Now even WITH the new liberal math of 2+2 = whatever makes your self-esteem feel good, Obama outs this guy, his CAMPAIGN outs this guy, and then he gets audited by the IRS AND the Dept of Labor! This has the fingerprints of Obama, Axlerod, and Valerie "Rasputin" Jarrett, all from Chicago, all over it.