If … you’ve got an office in Cincinnati in the IRS office that I think for bureaucratic reasons is trying to streamline what
is a difficult law to interpret about whether a non- profit is actually a political organization that deserves a tax-exempt agency (sic) and they’ve got a list, suddenly, everybody`s outraged….
And by the way, Chris, I`ll point out that there`s some so-called progressives and — you know, perceived to be liberal commentators who during that week just were outraged at the possibility that these folks, you know, had been, you know, at the direction of the Democratic Party in some way discriminated against Tea Party folks.
Either Obama has forgotten, or hopes that everyone else has forgotten, that He Himself was one of those “so-called progressives” who professed — or more likely, pretended — to be angry about the IRS’s (not just “an office in Cincinnati) blatant discrimination against conservative groups, calling those actions “outrageous,” adding that “[t]his is something that I think people are properly concerned about.” The agency’s misconduct, he said on another occasion, was “inexcusable. Americans have a right to be angry about it, and I’m angry about it.”
Obama’s fake anger at the inexcusable behavior of his own administration is as sincere and as short-lived as his promise about keeping your insurance and doctor.