Thursday, May 16, 2013


 Except that it's not really unbelievable.

I've avoided blogging about the IRS scandal, mostly, because others are doing it better and more thoroughly, and I can't keep up; but this one really takes the cake.

The woman who actually oversaw the IRS section that  oversaw the awarding of tax exemptions during the time the Tea Parties were being stalled was recently put in charge of the IRS supervision of Obamacare; a promotion.  The man who resigned was her replacement.  The next resignation was a man who had been appointed to the position just days previously.  A flaming skull from Ace:

Ace's Flaming Skull
Official In Charge of Tax-Exempt Division During Scandal Now Head of ObamaCare Enforcement Division
The woman actually in charge of the tax-exempt division during the scandal, who oversaw the political persecution of Tea Partiers?

Now the head of the IRS' ObamaCare enforcement division.
Sarah Hall Ingram served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. But Ingram has since left that part of the IRS and is now the director of the IRS’ Affordable Care Act office, the IRS confirmed to ABC News today.

So she gets a promotion, and her successor, who knew about the scandal and didn't tell anyone but did not actually oversee it, takes the fall.

And another Fall Guy has been offered, too-- the current commissioner of the tax-exempt division is now resigning.

But he was appointed to this position just eight days ago.
A tough day for pawns.
We don't know yet if this is a complete farce, but it sure looks like one.

The worst case scenario is if he was just promoted to a higher position so that Obama could announce "Another high-ranking official has been asked to resign."

We don't know yet what he was promoted from. But we do need to know.

So this guy, who may have been promoted to the position just to be fired from it, takes the fall, while the woman actually responsible for the regime is now enforcing ObamaCare.

How many flunkies are going to be made to fall on their swords to avoid the call for the resignation of Sarah Hall Ingram?
 She must do good work; she received over $100,000 in bonuses from 2010-2012.

Will the MSM buy this, even after the AP snooping episode?  Probably... 

1 comment:

  1. So... the IRS should not audit a group of people that publicly declare they should not pay taxes