Skip to comments.IRS, White House officials that shared confidential taxpayer info had 155 White House meetings
Posted on 10/11/2013 12:00:14 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Embattled IRS official Sarah Hall Ingram made 155 visits to the White House to meet with a top Obama White House official with whom she exchanged confidential taxpayer information over email.
Of Ingrams 165 White House meetings with White House staff, a staggering 155 of them were hosted by deputy assistant to the president for health policy Jeanne Lambrew, according to a June Watchdog.Org analysis of White House visitor records.
Ingram exchanged confidential taxpayer information with Lambrew and White House health policy advisor Ellen Montz, according to 2012 emails obtained by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. (RELATED: White House, IRS exchanged confidential taxpayer info).......
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Ok Issa, put up or shut up..how much more do you need?
If he pussyfoots through this, then it truly is just kabuki.
Is there any doubt in your mind?
Explains why the republican efforts against this guy/party seem so incredibly inept.
And after doing this the Obama Regime is openly blaming the Tea Party supporters for the govt shutdown. The ongoing intimidation is chilling.
YOU CAN NEVER VOTE FOR A RAT!......they are all alike....
money speaks...I can’t believe that certain records could be bought.....
Of course, even if you are our traitor President, recalling the furloughed NPS guards would have been cheaper, but it's all in the noise, isn't it?
And it was also on the Senate floor, which is why Dingy can't be sued for it.
The problem comes when Republicans take them seriously, following their advice and their lead over the cliff and into the political abyss.”
Rubin is an idiot. The Tea party activists/Conservatives gave Republicans the majority in the House and in many states as well while Mushers like Romney lost to the likes of Obama.
"I would just say it's been mischaracterized all along," said Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., a House freshman and former small-business owner whose North Carolina district, once held by Democratic Rep. Heath Shuler, is 91 percent white and includes some of the state's most conservative communities.
"There are a lot of guys here who have nothing to do with the Tea Party that are supporting this effort because people back home are asking them to do that," Meadows told the Washington Examiner.
Democrats and many Republicans see Meadows as a primary architect of the GOP's fight against any government spending bill that funds Obamacare.
It was Meadows who in August circulated a letter to fellow Republicans asking them to join him in demanding that House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., "affirmatively defund" the health care law in any spending measure, even a short-term, temporary bill aimed at preventing a government shutdown.
Eighty House Republicans signed on, forming the core of the group that influenced Boehner and his leadership team to dig in and insist that the health care law be limited or delayed in the budget bill. To pressure their leaders, the group simply refused to support any spending bill that didn't limit Obamacare in some way.
The group has also been influenced heavily by Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Mike Lee, R-Utah, who are leading the opposition to Obamacare in the Senate and who have pressured conservative House GOP members to stand firm............................"
Nixon was almost impeached for lesser crimes than crimes committed by Obama
My tag line says it all.
Sarah Hall Ingram
If the roles had been reversed, the Democrats would already have TENS of people in PRISON!!
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