Thursday, May 16, 2013

Acting IRS Comm Allegedly Fired by Obama was TEMP; Assignment Ends June; BHO Donor/Director Ofc Rulings/Agreements Unscathed.







Steven Miller, the acting Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service who was allegedly terminated by Barack Obama in what boils down to yet another Obama illusion was leaving anyway.  Miller’s assignment ends in June.
“President Barack Obama has thrown his acting IRS commissioner overboard, making Steven Miller the highest-ranking political casualty thus far in a series of scandals that have swept his administration in recent weeks….
…But in an email to IRS employees, Miller claimed he would only be leaving next month because his assignment would be over….
….'It is with regret that I will be departing from the IRS as my acting assignment ends in early June,' Miller wrote. 'This has been an incredibly difficult time for the IRS given the events of the past few days, and there is a strong and immediate need to restore public trust in the nation’s tax agency….'”

It is going to take more than the alleged termination of IRS Acting Commissioner, Steven Miller, an illusion to right the wrongs.  Moreover, Obama never really terminates anyone, he just shuffles them about as one would a deck of cards.
According to National Review, Holly Paz, director of the Office of Rulings and Agreements, which oversees the determinations of tax-exempt organizations, donated $2,000 to Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign.
“…An inspector general’s report released yesterday concluded that the IRS improperly targeted Tea Party and other conservative groups for undue scrutiny, and Paz heads the office in which the wrongdoing is said to have occurred. National Review Online reported earlier today that agency officials are currently copying the hard drives of every employee on Paz’s watch. That data will be made available to investigators working on a second IG investigation focusing on the potential criminal activity individual agency employees….”

Holly Paz is one of the names submitted by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Affairs yesterday in a letter requesting that five employees in the IG audit be made available for transcribed interviews by committee staff.


The revelation that IRS employees are collectively donors to Obama from top down, as reported by PublicIntegrity.org rivals the level of distress that one experiences when interacting with the IRS.
“…Obama collected more than $110,000 from employees of the Internal Revenue Service during his 2008 and 2012 campaigns….
… Overall, rank-and-file IRS employees donated more than $840,000 to federal candidates and committees from 1989 to 2012, according to the Center's analysis. Democrats and liberal-leaning organizations received about two-thirds of this sum….
The top organizational beneficiary of money from IRS employees is the National Treasury Employees Union, which accounted for more than $102,000 in donations….”
Since IRS staff and unions are huge Obama donors, correction Progressive donors, why would any American trust the investigation of the IRS or any other government agency by one of their own?


“…boiling this scandal down to just two employees is a little hard to believe.
It’s even more difficult to imagine that this was all the work of two people given the fact that at least four IRS Cincinnati agents who may have been involved in the scandal have supposedly been identified by FOX19.
‘Those four employees — whose names we have chosen to withhold until they have been officially confirmed — Have each worked in the IRS Exempt Organizations Department,’ the report claims.
‘This is the same department that has admitted publicly to sending letters to Tea Party and other conservative organizations…”


More news on the IRS scandal:

IRS official Lerner speedily approved exemption for Obama brother’s ‘charity’

Husband of 'apolitical' IRS official is partner at firm that hosted Obama campaign organizing meeting, employed Obama ambassador

IRS sued for improperly seizing the medical records of 10 million Americans

WEINSTEIN: What about the other potential IRS scandals?  

IRS building “largest personal information database the government has ever attempted”

IRS exec got $42k in bonuses in three years

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