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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- This on the heels of revelations about yet another conference held in 2008 that costs about two and a half million bucks.
Catered by food -- Wolfgang Puck the -- featured employees dressed as Olympic athletes complete with torches.
Which makes sense if there -- an Olympic event for ripping you off the IRS would get the gold -- the Michael Phelps of bleeding you dry.
But the perfect symbol of the -- is.
Often relayed from one athlete to the next during opening ceremonies that torch is now being transferred from the IRS to you.
And the light is no longer cast on your income every April 15 but on there's every single day it would be a shame to let that flame -- Because what is accountability without punishment or change the IRS is collecting more money than ever and spending about -- even a drunken frat boy wouldn't buy.
All with your money they're lavish parties reveal an arrogance and a carefree mockery of your own helplessness.
They're the largest weaponized collection agency in the world and they're laughing at you as you powering your -- hoping they never come knocking.
Last week we may have lost the great James Gandolfini by Tony Soprano lives on and only you can put behind bars.
Bobby is -- the big lesson here that conferences are a bad idea shouldn't let beat that beat the person that goes -- If I went ahead of a department or agency I -- -- out a memo right away all conference is going to be on the second floor in the -- answer yes.
They and you know here's the thing they're combing through every Irish meeting there is right to go back and by the 200 the last of these agency.
I think this guy seems to be were policies to be a pretty good straight shooter maybe.
He'll get the idea but it's always amazes me how long it takes between the catch up with the -- there's been stories about about department and agencies lavishly spending money going back.
For -- river.
He seems to be just went say okay will be the cafeteria that -- -- -- hurt you like to dress up they do this is the -- to be like costumes.
And they like to police.
They like to have like to thank.
Like that but not those employees thought.
In my data -- moderates are -- that -- -- I think got -- got have you as my campaign manager.
I didn't think yeah a lot of yeah that's true and even electronic shoulder when you -- your -- that is true you can write me around like a little Campbell in the park what -- -- -- -- -- -- One conservative groups that's in the RS.
Kimberly whip what's the what's the end result sometimes I love the law yet they had -- coming.
Yeah you know I think is just scratching the surface -- where things in a find out about the -- IR rats you know.
One unity one office that was one of their aims at -- -- -- -- so that it -- it's a federal lawsuit be right.
Cancer does -- judge make all the football together into one suit and do it is that haven't forty separate ones.
They are -- our state has -- grace yes they are doing that and that's going to be very difficult for the IRS and hopefully we're getting a lot more information is ending the American people should.
Find out this is back I mean this whole agencies to go by the wayside at this and.
What what -- what should what can you iris is due to use -- -- -- like restore any confidence does not yet here's what could happen.
That we can get a perp walk with that's exactly what we needed for all these scandals iris DOJ they got.
We need someone.
In handcuffs going to jail for doing something wrong when the private sector does it they go to jail Dennis Kozlowski spent a million bucks of his money added a million bucks of the company's money back and I think.
2006 I'm not sure what you're was WorldCom if I'm not mistaken.
He went to jail for that -- he did the exact same thing that -- -- arrested he's spending six or seven years in jail is someone needs to go to jail for this is.
It's a -- two and -- million bucks on pornography and torches and Roman.
Is ass and it is someone -- reports of their Wall Street -- yourself -- -- you did see you saw people smarter not to do that anymore AIG did it they got something like a hundred billion dollars of taxpayer money that they went and did that stupid conference being in California.
And they got -- port people got in trouble for they got -- what they got.
-- -- No -- the only way to get RS to put apology even into the half of that dollar oh wait there half a billion dollar data Q and did you follow that -- I think what that something called strong castle.
They have been on yet another -- -- adding that -- 52 answer is it's not a partisan issue that happened in 2008 this is a bureaucratic issue true but I -- -- made -- -- me for saying that this.
Culture is baked into the -- of the bureaucracy but it's everywhere it is on the IRS is not the only government agency that has conferences like this can answer you say we should -- and -- at -- that's -- she was talking amateur route network and a cup dedicate that you -- -- Duane -- entering for the 500 effort and yeah.
-- Stan there's so many good things you can get at the drugstore.
That -- -- -- -- -- one of them live in the you can live in the drugstore index it to get the coconut -- you get the Vicks 44 night.
Just put it over the top and then light it now.
-- set to go too far don't you.
Think it's it's teens let's not on now.
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