Skip to comments.The IRS wants YOU - to share everything
Posted on 05/14/2013 5:53:33 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Internal Revenue Service asked tea party groups to see donor rolls.
It asked for printouts of Facebook posts.
And it asked what books people were reading.
A POLITICO review of documents from 11 tea party and conservative groups and the IRS scrutinized in 2012 shows the agency wanted to know everything in some cases, it even seemed curious what members were thinking. The review included interviews with groups or their representatives from Hawaii, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas and elsewhere.
The long-awaited report Treasury Department inspector general report released Tuesday says the agency itself decided some of its questions to conservative groups were way over the line especially the one about donors.
The report shows that top IRS officials put a stop to some of the questions in early 2012, including the ones that asked tea party groups who their donors were, what issues were important to them, and whether their top officers ever planned to run for office. And they told the investigators they planned to destroy the donor lists that had already been sent in....
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
So I guess if anyone receives an audit notice you can write back that the pig that sent the audit notice is nothing but a goofy and clueless “low level” toad and tell them to stop bothering you. If the IRS wants to audit you, send someone with some authority who knows what the hell they are doing.
I don't think that's a charge of which they are even remotely entitled to perform.
This is coming from Politico? They may want to check their telephones and break out a Little Orphan Annie decoder ring for sensitive communications.
Our activities have been consistent with our charter and the conditions of our 501(c)3 status.
Your questions are outside the scope of the authority of your agency and its charter.
We will continue operations as we always have, under the law.
You might consider those standards for yourself.
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Let’s get one thing straight. The IRS is filled with fat slob desk jockeys who couldn’t run 100 yards without an assist from a taxi cab. If you fear fat slobs than go away and crawl under a rock. Leave the job of cleaning up America to fit patriots.
We just have to get information to Muslims that due to sequester, the IRS is using pages of the Koran for toilet paper.
Sit back with a big bowl of popcorn and watch matter and anti-matter annihilate each other.