EvilEgg: No laws were broken. Laws were just enforced more rigorously on some groups than others, that isn't a crime.
LasersHurt: Jail? Incarceration? For PAPERWORK?You can go eat a dick, John. I don't care what party you like to stroke off to, there's nothing jailworthy that happened here. Fired, yes, sure.
jehovahs witness protection: Ovomit belongs on the chain gang along with every other scumbag in his circle.
jehovahs witness protection: Ovomit
stoli n coke: jehovahs witness protection: Ovomit belongs on the chain gang along with every other scumbag in his circle.For breaking what law? Contrary to you and the alcoholic weeping cheeto, hurting the Tea Party's feelings isn't a crime.
Ring of Fire: stoli n coke: jehovahs witness protection: Ovomit belongs on the chain gang along with every other scumbag in his circle.For breaking what law? Contrary to you and the alcoholic weeping cheeto, hurting the Tea Party's feelings isn't a crime.LOL
phaseolus: jehovahs witness protection: Ovomit belongs on the chain gang along with every other scumbag in his circle.Kindly point me to the criminal statute that Obama violated, please, willya?
Jackson Herring: oh, vomit
Poopspasm: If anyone can identify a criminal statute that was violated, I'd be happy to see some of the employees responsible for this brought up on charges, but absent some proof that this was done at the direction of the POTUS, just STFU about Obama already.
FlashHarry: bush and cheney murder tens hundreds of thousands of innocent people: AWESOME
FlashHarry: bush and cheney murder tens of thousands of innocent people: AWESOMEa government agency under a bush appointee profiles anti-tax groups seeking tax-exempt status: ZOMG HANG THE PRESIDENT FOR TREASONthis is what republicans believe
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ring of Fire: I think the republicans will make continue to make a huge deal out of this for at least 6 to 9 months. Because 1: They hate the IRS and if the can tie this to Obama even better. And 2: The most important and less obvious is that it will allow right wing groups to operate with impunity in the future. If they can get the American public to think that the IRS only goes after right wing groups because of partisan reasons they can complain and raise hell each and every time one of the groups gets in trouble. Any perceived slight will be made into some kind of giant scandal. The right is hoping they can use that to stop any inquiries into right wing groups activities.
SuburbanCowboy: Who is going to jail over the false claim of WMDs and the subsequent wars that resulted in the deaths of over 4,000 American soldiers, and the death and displacement of countless numbers of innocent Iraqis?Who is going to jail over the financial collapse?
DamnYankees: I won't say no laws were broken, since I don't really know, but I'd like someone to specifically state what they think people should be going to jail for.
quizzical: The real question here, given that no applications were denied, is whether needing to take the time and submit the documents necessary to meet the IRS investigation requirements qualifies as harm.
A Dark Evil Omen: Oh, I hope. I hope so much. Not that it's going to happen or that this is anything but pandering to the mental defectives that make up the Republican base and leadership but if the Repubs actually set the precedent that the appearance of impropriety anywhere in the government hierarchy was an arrestable offense for those at the top?
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