Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Obama has done nothing about the IRS scandal.

Wasn't it weird that Obama's fierce response to the corruption of the IRS was to ask for the resignation of the "acting commissioner" who had only been in that position since November and had nothing to do with the problems?

Well, here's the answer. 

Steven Miller, the now resigned acting commissioner of the IRS, is telling staff that the abuse scandal is not the reason he’s leaving.
It is with regret that I will be departing from the IRS as my acting assignment ends in early June,’ Miller wrote. “This has been an incredibly difficult time for the IRS given the events of the past few days, and there is a strong and immediate need to restore public trust in the nation’s tax agency.”
Basically, he’s saying that he’s just leaving a couple weeks early, no big deal. Incredible.
The president’s big statement today was a big nothing as far as accountability goes. The only head that has rolled was already scheduled to roll even if the scandal had never come up. It now looks like Obama came out with that statement for two reasons: To look like he was doing something useful, and to bully Republicans not to aggressively pursue the scandal.

Our President thinks we are all idiots.

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