Skip to comments.IRS Commissioner: We Follow the Law ‘Wherever We Can’
Posted on 09/10/2014 5:02:11 PM PDT by Nachum
In responding to a question from the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee Wednesday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said he and his department follow the law wherever we can. (Video) House Ways and Means Committee Chair Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) asked Koskinen Will you be following the law, in collecting money for a certain type of healthcare subsidy. After Koskinen ducked the question, Brady asked again. Koskinen then admitted: Yes, wherever we can, we follow the law. A discouraged Brady chuckled while admonishing the commissioner saying, I encourage you to follow the law in all instances. Im sure
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More like whenever you want to. And you never do when persecuting conservatives. /spit /not directed at the FReeper OP
IRS Commissioner: We Follow the Law Wherever We Can
Isn’t that the exact attitude of this administration and congress?
I hope the new GOP House and Senate remembers this turd.
Of course, for most people, following the tax code 90% of the time gets you a trip to the penitentiary.
Koskinen then admitted: Yes, wherever we can, we follow the law.
Funny how the arrogance just seems to seep out of those people.
Spending is constitutionally controlled by the House of Representatives. It is time for them to dramatically reduce IRS funding. Start with 50%. Promptly. Money talks. The IRS leadership needs to walk.
Can I do the same with taxes?
I wonder why this hasn’t happened in the past years of GOP control of the House...
Sounds like there's a BIG BUT in there from the Smirking Weasel.
BTW , how many times has B.O. broken the law now?
Crime, Inc., ladies and gentlemen.
reptards won’t do it. at the end of the day this is all kabuki and we’ll all be al-taqiyaa’d - again - by people supposedly on our side. hundreds of different flavors of rationale why they can’t do it.
leadership on both sides don’t want to give up the power over people the tax code gives them.
the thugocracy at work
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