The Regime's IRS Scandal Was Timed

Saturday, May 18, 2013
Does anyone not realize the exact release of the IRS scandal was planned? Benghazi was lighting up, the heat was on. Hearings were going to be re-held, whistleblowers were standing in the wings and havoc was about to unleashed upon an inept group of buffoons, the Obama Regime.

 

I have no doubt that within the Halls of Power in Washington, the gig was already out on the IRS long before, since it was doing the bidding of the Obama Administration anyway. Us Bible and Gun totters deserve another look if we are organizing, right?  In the words of Rahm Emanuel, “Never let a good Crisis go to waste.

” The Regime knew that Benghazi was going to be Obama’s possible Watergate. The absolute sacrifice of our Ambassador and other brave Americans was going to expose the Regime more than any other Scandal has.

When the temperature was reaching boiling point, The IRS Temporary Commissioner fell on his sword,like a good solider, for the good of those in power.

 

The bright lights of exposure have now been directed to the IRS scandal as the script reads. Does anyone actually believe that it just appeared out of the blue ?

 

Not me and I doubt any of you who see throught this nonsense as well. The IRS is just another example of the “Chicago Way”. They made Americans' life a nightmare because they were organizing against the Regime.

 

The Americans killed and wounded in Benghazi were an example of the inability to react to an attack on a U.S. compound. Oh yeah, does the date September 11 not ring a bell? Our locations around the world, especially in a Muslim country, should have been armed to the teeth, period. Hillary said it might have been a group going for a walk, I cannot believe these people.

 

The saying “Remember the Alamo” has been replaced with “Remember Benghazi”.

Well, I am sure I am probably on some list somewhere because of my opinions too. Well, why not. I don’t make enough money to file taxes, ha.

Mitch Thurmer 


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