A brief who's who in the IRS scandal.

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    Re: A brief who's who in the IRS scandal.

    "Daniel Werfel worked to establish Recovery.gov, a federal Web site that tracked how billions of dollars were being distributed as part of the 2009 economic stimulus program."

    Part of the stimulus propaganda efforts?  A bazillion jobs created or "saved"?

    We should all feel much better now <snark>...

     Maybe he will assure us that  all conservative groups' application for nonprofit status  were actually approved or "saved" by the IRS!!

     
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    Re: A brief who's who in the IRS scandal.

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    Here's the interesting thing, the majority of the key players joined the IRS during Bush administration.

    Lois Lerner: Oversaw tax-exempt groups at the IRS, started at the IRS in 2001.

    Douglas Shulman: The former IRS commissioner was appointed by George W. Bush.

    Steven Miller: The acting IRS commissioner since November and was the first to announce his resignation at the behest of President Obama on Wednesday.

    Joseph Grant: Commissioner of the IRS’ tax exempt and government entities division, joined the IRS in 2005

    J. Russell George: The Treasury inspector general for the tax administration, was appointed in 2004 by then-President George W. Bush.

    Daniel Werfel: President Obama said Thursday that he would assign Werfel, who’s currently the controller of the White House Office of Management and Budget, as his new acting IRS Commissioner. Werfel served under former President George W. Bush on the Federal Accounting and Standards Advisory Board.



    You do understand none of that matters right?

    If, I take a job running a company say the size of Exxon/Mobil and 4 years later they find that during my tenure things have went really wrong. Do I get to say: wait I didnt know anything about that aspect of the company and those dept heads were there before me so, I have nothing to do with it?

     
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    Re: A brief who's who in the IRS scandal.

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    Here's the interesting thing, the majority of the key players joined the IRS during Bush administration.

    Lois Lerner: Oversaw tax-exempt groups at the IRS, started at the IRS in 2001.

    Douglas Shulman: The former IRS commissioner was appointed by George W. Bush.

    Steven Miller: The acting IRS commissioner since November and was the first to announce his resignation at the behest of President Obama on Wednesday.

    Joseph Grant: Commissioner of the IRS’ tax exempt and government entities division, joined the IRS in 2005

    J. Russell George: The Treasury inspector general for the tax administration, was appointed in 2004 by then-President George W. Bush.

    Daniel Werfel: President Obama said Thursday that he would assign Werfel, who’s currently the controller of the White House Office of Management and Budget, as his new acting IRS Commissioner. Werfel served under former President George W. Bush on the Federal Accounting and Standards Advisory Board.




    You do understand none of that matters right?

    If, I take a job running a company say the size of Exxon/Mobil and 4 years later they find that during my tenure things have went really wrong. Do I get to say: wait I didnt know anything about that aspect of the company and those dept heads were there before me so, I have nothing to do with it?

     
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    Why ain't the SCOTUS being blamed for this mess ?

     
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    Don't you think that it's a bit ironic to deny the ownership of a press outlet to someone who's ideas represent somewhere around 50% of the population in the name of "free the press?"

     

     
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    Diversity! (but only if you believe in the exact same things that I do!!!)

     
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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

    Don't you think that it's a bit ironic to deny the ownership of a press outlet to someone who's ideas represent somewhere around 50% of the population in the name of "free the press?"

     




    To my other 0311 friend .... maybe about 40 % of the population but not 50 % 

     
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    uh oh!!!

    WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department’s inspector general told senior Treasury officials in June 2012 he was investigating allegations that the Internal Revenue Service had targeted conservative groups, disclosing for the first time on Friday that Obama administration officials were aware of the matter during the presidential campaign year.

    Shlt just got real

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/18/us/politics/irs-scandal-congressional-hearings.html?_r=0

     
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    To my other 0311 friend .... maybe about 40 % of the population but not 50 % 

    Okay then!

     

    And BTW, I was originally a 4033. The DIs had no idea what it was when they were telling us where we were going just before graduation.

     
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    Re: A brief who's who in the IRS scandal.

    In response to FortySixAndTwo's comment:

    In response to tvoter's comment:

     

    uh oh!!!

    WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department’s inspector general told senior Treasury officials in June 2012 he was investigating allegations that the Internal Revenue Service had targeted conservative groups, disclosing for the first time on Friday that Obama administration officials were aware of the matter during the presidential campaign year.

    Shlt just got real

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/18/us/politics/irs-scandal-congressional-hearings.html?_r=0


    It's still Bush's fault



    Obama last week "I heard about this from the news just like you guys did yesterday"

    BOOOM!!!!

     
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