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Acting IRS Commissioner Doesn't Know Who's Responsible, Objects to "Targeting" as "Pejorative" Term

mary964 Wrote: May 17, 2013 1:45 PM
And the IRS are unionized. Guess which party they supported the most?
McGovern Wrote: May 17, 2013 1:56 PM
The Cincinnati office was, I believe I remember, about 75% Democrat.


Stephen Miller, the acting IRS chief who "resigned" this week despite being on his way out the door anyway, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee this morning to testify about his agency's documented malfeasance.  Here are the biggest take-aways so far:


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Miller repeatedly objected to the term "targeting" to describe the IRS' practices, which involved...targeting conservative groups for heightened scrutiny.  He said the term was "pejorative" and "loaded."  Miller later denied that conservative groups were even "treated differently," and faced no "litmus test."  Who believes this?  Both he and the Inspector General insisted there's no...