Jack Lew's Dazzling Lack of Curiosity
Carol Platt Liebau
7/28/2013 10:27:00 PM - Carol Platt Liebau
Amazingly, Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew doesn't think it's "appropriate" for him simply to ask the IRS's chief counsel (and President Obama's political appointee) William Wilkins what he knows about the targeting scandal. Obviously, it's much easier to continue to insist that there's "no evidence" of wrongdoing if one goes far out of one's way to avoid learning any potentially unwelcome facts.