You have to read this to believe it!

Read the IRS letter to the Waco Tea Party. That any political advocacy group would be required to name family members, describe relationships, share minutes of strategy sessions and so forth is a travesty!

This is pure harassment and the stuff of dictatorships. Read this IRS letter and then try to convince yourself you live in a free country.

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11 Responses to You have to read this to believe it!

  1. Uke says:

    Dude, we’re a banana republic. I didn’t think it would have happened in my lifetime, but it’s a sad reality.

  2. fubar says:

    WHY did this come out now?

    is this deflection from Benghazi?
    deflection from all the other failures ?

    is there something WORSE they are trying to hide?

  3. fubar says:

    >>is the CIA tossing the missles to the syrian mooslum brotherhood

  4. A Guy says:

    Read, and still cannot believe.

    • Jim22 says:


      They got caught. This little dustup does not mean that the IRS will stop doing it. After all, it’s how the game of politics is played in Chicago.

      • A Guy says:

        There is no doubt that is a load of crap. Besides, does an apology really work towards amending the wrong doing of a federal agency breaking federal law?

  5. Jim22 says:

    During this period of indignation about the Internal Revenue Service harassing people who don’t support the Obama administration, remember this: The IRS is the service that was made responsible for enforcement of Obamacare.

    And another thing: Blaze has this: “Senior IRS Officials Knew Conservative Groups Were Being Targeted in 2011”

    Might want to read it. As they say, “Yesterday it was ‘Low level officials. Today it’s top-level IRS officials”.

    Liars. Every one of them.

  6. Jim22 says:

    Oh, and there is this. John Hayward, AKA Doctor Zero, has always had a way of cutting through the crap and boiling things down. Today he has a column with this title: “The IRS just admitted that it targets dissidents”.

    Find it here: