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(Washington Post)   "A president actually in command of his administration would bring in a new chief of staff and new communications personnel, and figure out how to at least appear interested in getting to the bottom of these issues"   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 205
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2013-05-21 10:08:59 AM  

I alone am best: The questions that were asked had nothing to do with their request for tax exemption.


You haven't read the questionnaire have you.  It's available in PDF form.  Stop relying on Talk Radio.
 
2013-05-21 11:24:59 AM  

I alone am best: It has been happening since FDR from presidents to congressmen.


And apparently 501(c)'s have now been around from the 1930's instead of 1954.  Right.
 
2013-05-21 12:56:21 PM  

o5iiawah: why the IRS is suppressing free speech and bullying conservatives is fixing America


Free speech = using a 501(c)(4) to hide the donor list for your political organization.
 
2013-05-21 01:12:16 PM  

unlikely: Were I Obama, I'd be tempted to say "Get to the bottom of it? Like with your goddamn birth certificate obsession? Grow up, shut up, and hand in your press passes at the door on your way out. We'll give them to some real journalists and see if maybe that improves the country as a whole."


Like Dan Rather?  Does anyone trust journalists anymore?
 
2013-05-21 01:25:24 PM  

cousin-merle: o5iiawah: why the IRS is suppressing free speech and bullying conservatives is fixing America

Free speech = using a 501(c)(4) to hide the donor list for your political organization.


But they had to fill out a questionnaire.  A questionnaire!

trey101: Like Dan Rather?


Or ABC?
 
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