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I think this administration really enjoys the fact that most Americans already feared the power that the IRS has to turn lives upside down and that they are simply delighted that they’ve been able to take that natural fear and turn it into sheer terror for political dissidents who dare to speak unflattering truths about Obama and his cronies.
The Inspector General’s office charged with looking into the has denied Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests filed by The Hill pertaining to more than 500 correspondences between their office (known as TIGTA) and various Obama officials and IRS scandal players. Correspondent on the latest stonewall:
So in addition to the IRS certain communications attached to this scandal, the IG’s office is also blocking access to documents that do exist. I discussed these latest developments with AB Stoddard earlier today:
They point to “personal privacy” concerns. If only the IRS had been equally concerned about conservative groups’ privacy before leaking donor lists to hostile rival organizations. And if only the IRS were sufficiently committed to privacy that they did not hundreds of employees fired for cause, including improper use of taxpayers’ private…
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