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(ProPublica)   ProPublica: The IRS unit that went fishing in conservative groups' business also sent us a whole mess of confidential documents from those groups. Lately it's been more difficult to reach the IRS for comment, though. Can't imagine why   (propublica.org) divider line 5
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2013-05-14 11:10:31 AM  
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When I see Crossroads GPS as an approved social welfare group, it makes me think the entire process is shaite.  They spent millions on political ads, and did diddly for social welfare.

Maybe someone at the IRS woke up to the fact that all these groups were being approved for tax exempt status, when they shouldn't have been and tightened up restrictions on groups like them to ensure the process was correct.

Guess the Tea Party folks don't like it when they are the ones being profiled.
2013-05-14 10:00:30 AM  
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tenpoundsofcheese: Remember also:

Reid said R-money paid no taxes for 10 years - where did he get that info?


It's nice that you're finally acknowledging Romney's tax scam.
2013-05-14 09:43:48 AM  
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The IRS gave extra, systematic scrutiny to tax-protest groups filing for tax-exempt status? Good heavens.
2013-05-14 09:35:08 AM  
1 votes:
Oh now everyone hates transparency.
2013-05-14 09:32:10 AM  
1 votes:

neversubmit: It's almost as if the unit

Bush-appointed head of the IRS wanted to create a scandal.
 
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