Rep. Issa and other Republicans have finally become agitated by attempts to label the IRS scandal a "phony scandal" by the White House, and the Treasury Department has been subpoenaed for documents pertaining to the IRS targeting scandal.
Remarks made by President Obama in recent speeches have some asking if he has lost some of his credibility, if not all of it. Obama's latest comments calling the IRS, Benghazi, AP and NSA scandals "phony scandals" haven't helped.
Fox News reports that President Obama has made three speeches in a row hammering this remark, "With this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, Washington has taken its eye off the ball."
Things haven't been good at the IRS lately since discoveries were made of the IRS spending scandals, targeting scandals, leaking private tax info, wacky videos, using Government credit cards for porn, and sending tax refunds to 23,994 unauth
Republicans are pushing to cut 3 billion dollars from the IRS's budget for the inappropriate actions of targeting political groups, most of which were conservative groups. If the bill passes it will also place more restrictions on spending at the Internal Revenue Service and prohibit employees from implementing the individual mandate in ObamaCare.
Monday night the IRS confirmed that they posted around 100,000 Social Security numbers by mistake on a government website. The Social Security numbers were added to an IRS database called 527s, which is for tax-exempt political groups.
A new government watchdog report has found even more inappropriate behavior by employees of the IRS. The report claims that government credit cards were used to purchase online pornography and 28 bottles of wine at the 2010 luncheon for tax officials from other countries.
A new CNN report says that President Obama's approval rating has dropped 8 points since last month, from 53 to 45 percent. This could be related to the NSA surveillance program that is gathering information of telephone calls, emails and internet habits of Americans, among other recent scandals.
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