The Obama administration has apparently decided it’s time to bury the IRS targeting scandal.
No more fake repentance.
No more expressions of concern for systematically violating the constitutional rights of American citizens.
Just end it. Move on. Pretend it never happened.
And why not? After all, President Obama won reelection, his base hates the Tea Party anyway (and believes conservatives deserve any punishment they get), and the media had moved on to covering national catastrophes – like lane closures in New Jersey.
So it was time to end the pretense. . . .
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