Skip to comments.Giant octopus: IRS has 8 offices to enforce Obamacare
Posted on 05/24/2013 11:51:35 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Internal Revenue Service, charged with implementing the biggest change in tax laws in 20 years due to Obamacare, has created eight offices and special "teams" to handle the chore, way more than initially revealed.
Besides the top office headed by the woman in the middle of the IRS-Tea Party scandal, there are seven others and a special enforcement team that make up an organization chart that mirrors the organization of the IRS itself, according to a Treasury Inspector General's report.
The June report focused on concerns that the IRS, which is filling the Obamacare offices with 2,137 agents and officials to make sure citizens and companies comply with the new health law or pay a fine, isn't clear on its new role and how many new workers it will actually need. For example, the IRS will be in charge of analyzing hospital "community benefit activities," which it has never done before.
But in that report was the organizational chart revealing the series of Obamacare offices. They are led by a steering committee that coordinates Obamacare implementation across the IRS. It is led by the agency's deputy commissioner for services and enforcement, the office linked to the IRS scandal. Ousted acting IRS Commissioner Steven T. Miller recently had that job.
Other branches include three program management offices, four services and enforcement offices, and services and enforcement exchange working teams....
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
“a special enforcement team...”
A special enforcement team = 350-pound, 70 IQ slugs squating and farting at their desks, stuffing their chubby cheeks with boxes of frosted doughnuts. This is obuma’s army. If you’re scared, go dig a hole, crawl inside and bury yourself.
Don’t believe me? Take a tour of your local IRS office.
What Good Can a Handgun Do Against An Army?
How will IRS handle denial of coverage matters and resulting enforcement against the taxpayer and family? It happens now. What about the future?
They'll never do it, and here's why: being that most of these bureaucratic 'laws' are very unpopular, the congress likes having the executive branch enacting them... it is simply their dodge away from accountability.