Skip to comments.Following tea party complaints, IRS admits 'mistakes'
Posted on 05/10/2013 6:38:00 PM PDT by tobyhill
Responding to a flurry of complaints from conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, the Internal Revenue Service admitted Friday it made "mistakes" in the last few years while trying to process those requests.
Multiple tea party groups reported significant delays and excessive questioning from IRS officials while trying to obtain 501(c)(4) status.
Asked when the IRS began looking into complaints, Lerner said she could not give a time frame. Pressed further on when senior IRS officials became aware of the situation, Lerner said she "did not feel comfortable answering."
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Wait until they’re in charge of healthcare.
Some Obamacrat will take a peek at yourfacebbok page to see if you have any conservative associations before approving your medical procedure.
Does this mean that the IRS is involved with Obama in Nefarious schemes?
You bet your Bippy it does.
Now this quote from Carney makes a whole lotta more sense:
“I.R.S. is an independent enforcement agency,” said Carney. “The — which I believe, as I understand it, contains only two political appointees within it. The individual who is running the I.R.S. at the time was actually an appointee from the previous administration.”
I want to know everyone involved in the process, from mailman to final stamp, and I want to know the political affiliation of all of them.
well to hide their crap use the standard “bush’s fault” line
“Some Obamacrat will take a peek at yourfacebbok page to see if you have any conservative associations before approving your medical procedure.”
Nah...that could never happen...Republicans are always paranoid about being targeted, by the IRS, for example...oops...uhhhh...
It is no accident that this was released on a Friday; of course, it backfired spectacularly, because these two stories - Libya and the IRS - are feeding on each other.
“Lerner said she “did not feel comfortable answering.”
Boston bomber: I “do not feel comfortable answering” why I did it.
Gosnell: I “do not feel comfortable answering” why I did it.
So, State Dept. shill: Too bad. Answer.
A mistake is losing your application or an incorrect address.
Sounds more like malfeasance
Wasn’t Nixon accused of using the IRS against his political enemies?
Well let's make her more comfortable then. I say start by burning her at the stake.
I want to know after requiring these groups turn over their donor lists, how many Individuals on those lists in turn were audited compared to the general public.
This could be Hugh AND series!
Actually the IRS is the endorsement arm of the U.S. Treasury Dept.
So Bagdad Jay lied again.
All sorts of levels need to be fired.
Tricky learned from JFK.