Smidgen of Corruption



Usually when a politician is asked about a particular scandal he stonewalls and says he’d love to set the record straight but he just can’t because an investigation is ongoing. In a refreshing change of pace President Obama told Bill O’Reilly there’s “not a smidgen of corruption” at the IRS.

George Will has said the IRS scandal should be treated like Watergate.

Lois Lerner was the head of the IRS division that grants tax exemptions to non profit groups. During a speech to the American Bar Association she arranged for a planted question so that she could account for increased scrutiny the IRS was giving to conservative groups, compared to liberal groups, seeking tax exempt status.

When asked about this by Congress Lerner pleaded the fifth.

Well, Maybe a Smidgen of Corruption

Cleta Mitchell, a respected attorney representing grass roots conservative groups, says the IRS contuse to target them to this day.


One Response to Smidgen of Corruption

  1. Bob says:

    It’s back to the old saying ” The First Liar, Doesn’t have a chance.” He couldn’t document anything. He lives in a utopia of Socialism.

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