On the 40th anniversary of the first Watergate hearings, Acting (until next week) IRS Commissioner Steve Miller was put in the hot seat and grilled over the IRS targeted of conservative groups who applied for tax extent status.
Under oath and with the same arrogant attitude we've come to expect from all in the Obama administration, Miller refused to answer pertinent questions put to him by Republican members of the House Ways and Means Committee during Friday’s committee hearing on the IRS scandal. The Obama appointee, soon to be former acting head, said, "I don't know" on most questions asked of him and that he couldn't recall on many others...spewing words that gave new meaning to the infamous words 'I don't remember...I don't recall'
Stuttering and stammering during this first congressional hearing, and obviously trying to dismiss the entire issue as NO big deal, Miller's testimony was paramount to stonewalling, for by refusing to disclose pertinent information, like naming those directly responsible, Miller, in a blatant in-your-face attempt, tried to mislead Congress. And even when he finally did admit that 'some errors' were indeed made because, according to him, employees wanted to "expedite the process and be more efficient due to an increase in the workload" and that those organizations in question were grouped for "consistency and quality" and NOT for political reasons, we know this NOT to be true because Miller oh so conveniently left out that the 'expediting' was done only to Conservative, Christian, and pro-Israel groups asking for tax-exempt status and NOT done to any liberal leaning groups or pro-Obama groups at all.Add a comment