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(May 22) Today's Top Headlines IRS official invokes her Fifth Amendment rights

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  • John Flanagan posted at 11:30 am on Wed, May 22, 2013.

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    How far does anyone think taking the fifth will get you if the IRS is prosecuting you for an alleged tax error or oversight? Even if you are guilty of a tax violation, your refusal to answer them will put you in jail as quickly as the system will allow. But, according to Lerner and other Obama operatives, the lack of transparency and integrity of this sordid and corrupt administration trumps decency.
    True to their roots, the Democrats and their cronies in the media will simply say this whole matter should be dismissed as a partisan Republican witch hunt. More years of Democratic power in America will make the years of Caesar's excesses seem benign, because we shall have a land no better than those totalitarian empires of the past.

     

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