Tag Archives: scandal
Trey Gowdy exposes the new head of the IRS is Gilligan. He’s there to play a game, and everybody knows it.
It’s theater. They don’t want to solve it. Far too many people in politics, like Schumer, Durbin and Cummings are all over this mess. So this guy is simply there to be a punching bag. Gowdy reminds him some of … Continue reading
We need to dig up Richard Nixon and apologize. Apparently, we were wrong on where the threshold was!
An obvious heartfelt apology. “Sir, apparently we screwed up in getting excited over your little burglary/IRS/enemies list thingy. I hope you will enjoy the last two years of your Presidency and try not to be too harsh on us. It … Continue reading
Hillary teaches her assistant how to be a “good political wife.” Question is does Huma think she’ll be President one day?
Here’s the deal. Anthony Weiner has a problem. A problem which would have disqualified any Republican a hundred times over, but as a democrat with absolutely no conscience or sense or guilt inside a party which revels in having leaders … Continue reading
Here’s the video Why does he look like a guy headed for a federal lock up? Because as Issa’s team works through the abuse at the IRS they are running into criminal activity. WASHINGTON, June 26 (UPI) — The U.S. … Continue reading
“A twenty thousand dollar attorney holding a sign that says ‘Immunity offers taken here.'” Holly Paz looks for a way out.
There was a mystery afoot in the IRS scandal. Holly Paz, the second in command under Lois Lerner (the “I did nothing wrong but I plead the fifth” gal), disappeared off the map after giving testimony to Congress about the … Continue reading
They aren’t bad guys in the traditional “Sopranos” sense. But what they are is power corrupted. They are in positions where they wield power and authority without any real accountability and that tends to make people of weak will grow … Continue reading
Isn’t that the real question people ask when witnessing the outrageous behavior by this administration? It spends so much time trying to tamp down on leaks and people questioning their performance one wonders what they could be hiding. As I … Continue reading
National Review points out what some of missed. Lerner at the IRS may have released the story intentionally.
It was coming out. She knew it. So she had an “accidental” question asked so she could admit to the error AND EXPLAIN IT INNOCENTLY before the report came out. Nice. Very nice. Lie No. 1: Lois Lerner’s apology last … Continue reading