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In this sad world, GOP / RW seem to not want to discuss this thread, that they themselves started? Why is that? What they seem to not know or even acknowledge that the TPer's were the only 501c4's that were asked for more information.
Shocking as it seems, none of those groups were actually denied their status of 501c4's and yet in their unabashed denial they are really to unfocused to talk about this topic - but have moved to another topic that has it's very own thread.
Please continue, I have lots more information on this topic that will prove that you haven't a clue about the facts and will continue to ask why can't you bother to actually find the correct thread.
In Response to Re: IRS APOLOGIZES FOR TARGETING TEA PARTY GROUPS:
I truly feel sorry for the RW blogger's here. I don't know if it is the inability to read or their ignorance, but they seem oh so determined to continue their ranting - that they seem to not care where they post a statement.
Why post a comment about Topic A to a post on Topic B?
Thinking about the IRS problem - if one takes a moment to think about it - how did they learn this was a problem? Oh yeah, the IRS sent them a letter telling them about the problem and the plan to assure that it doesn't happen again. You folks here should recognize this as transparency - you know, the FED self-identifies a problem and investigates said problem and comes up with potential solutions.
The entire report is available on-line, but it is 54 pages long, which I will assume fits the TL:DR criteria that is so often why the RW bloggers keep digging - they only like "facts" that are generated by their own PR folks - that haven't diddly to do with reality, but all to do to "sell their brand".
What is hysterical is that if the IRS had done this in GOP administration - how many here believe that any group would have been given an after the fact letter from the FED?
Sad, but typical, the RW seems to ignore that they were actually a minority of the cases - because it is an affront to their sensibilities / dream - of being the majority.
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