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Former IRS Commissioner Visited White House 118 Times During Tea Party Targeting

caspr Wrote: May 22, 2013 1:29 PM
IRS refused to respond to Camp's & Levin's demand for info a week ago... "The letter that Camp and Levin sent to the IRS a week ago Tuesday asked the agency to answer thirteen questions about its targeting of conservative groups and, where relevant, provide all internal agency documents and communications substantiating its answers." IMHO they should be asking the IRS for the same things those thugs asked the conservative groups for: where they ate dinner, who they spoke with and when, where they went to the restroom, all tweets for the past 50 years (ok, maybe we could give a little grace on that since we haven't been tweeting that long), all emails sent and received, whose daughter their son dated, what schools their kids attended, what meetings they went to and all other attendees of those meetings... what comes around goes around. :)
walls1 Wrote: May 22, 2013 1:35 PM
ROFLMAO! Great idea! Of course - it would fruitless to ask these atheists the content of their prayers ...

According to Republican Rep. Jim Jordan and White House visitor logs, former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman visited the White House 118 times in 2010 and 2011. This is the same time period when Tea Party groups were inappropriately targeted and intimidated by the IRS.

Testifying in front of lawmakers on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Shulman admitted that many of the meetings with the White House were to discuss how to implement ObamaCare.

"The IRS has a major roll in the money flow," Shulman said.

Shulman denied ever discussing 501c(4) groups with White House officials and failed to name...