Rep Mike Kelly addresses the IRS Commissioner John Koskinen regarding Obama's statement on O'Reilly that there is "not even a smidgen of corruption" in the IRS:
"Nobody can stand before you and tell you this is clear, that there's absolutely not one smidgen of evidence that proves it's not there. The investigation isn't done. It isn't done. Those type of answers add to the gap between what people trust and what they have faith in anymore. Because the answer is never a direct answer. It's an end run. Whe I come out of church after mass on Sunday, when I'm in a Wal Mart, when I'm in a K-Mart, when I'm down at my little coffee shop, you know what they keep saying:
'How do we know we can trust you? How do we know we can trust the government anymore?' That's a heck of a position to be in in this country in this time because overwhelming data that we've looked at is that they can't trust us and we've given them every reason not to."