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Democrat Who Said IRS Scandal Was Solved Backtracks: It's Not Solved

Topazinator Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:12 AM
Isn't this poor soul, Cummings, a strong candidate for dumbest member of the Congress?
Buck O Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 12:16 PM
Is Cynthia McKinney still in Congress?
The Artist Formerly Known as Bill Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:20 AM
Nah. I'd still give it to Hank ("Guam may capsize") Johnson.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:23 AM
Don't rule out the "Lee Sisters", Sheila Jackson Lee and Barbara Lee. Between the two of them, if their brains were gasoline there wouldn't be enough to power an ant's go kart once around the inside of a fruit loop.
The Artist Formerly Known as Bill Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:25 AM
Okay, Lars, but you pulled out a tag team there.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:29 AM
Sorry. I did use a tag team. My bad. My favorite tag team was the Road Warriors who once said, "There's only one thing we don't do. We don't care!". I'm not sure that some of these liberals care, about the truth, that is.
Mike4166 Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 10:54 AM
My vote still goes for "The Pearl of Los Angeles" Maxine Waters of "Evil Investment firm of Solomon Barney Frank," and "I've talked with Mr. Bernanke, and he assures us that sequestration will result in the loss of up to 270 million jobs" fame.

Last weekend, top Democrat and Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee Elijah Cummings, said the IRS scandal was "solved" and that we need to move along. Cummings cited an anonymous "conservative Republican" working in the IRS who supposedly came forward to say the White House wasn't involved in the targeting of conservative tea party groups.

Cummings then detailed an unreleased interview last week with an anonymous IRS manager who labeled himself a “conservative Republican.” The manager essentially said it was he who started the targeting of the groups and — contrary to GOP allegations — said that the...