The IRS is out of control.
-It intentionally and maliciously targeted conservative groups and leaked confidential taxpayer information to Leftist allies;
-IRS officials threw lavish parties for themselves, spending millions of dollars even as Americans struggled to keep their jobs and pay their taxes;
-Pro-life and Christian groups report extreme and intrusive demands, including one reported demand that a pro-life group promise not to picket Planned Parenthood;
-The IRS conducted mass-scale audits of adoptive families, auditing 100,000 in 2011 alone – simply because they adopted a child.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. New investigations reveal new abuses every day.
It’s time to reform the tax code. It’s time to abolish the IRS.
Members of Congress,
The IRS is institutionally incapable of governing itself. It’s time to reform and simplify the tax code so that the IRS is no longer necessary. The IRS has proven that it cannot be trusted with the power you’ve given it. End the IRS.
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