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President Obama is -- a new IRS commissioner who is sits and what to expect that the weekly standard's John McCormack joins cents a -- It's -- OK so who's -- lucky man or woman who's getting in the hot seat head of the -- So I was in shock us getting here is a -- has a lot of experience some of the private sector and the government he's -- as a turnaround artist.
It's very -- that President Obama has said that he is someone who you can count on.
To restructure an agency is in trouble.
Or put someone in place -- in checks and balances on one hand the president's is that they're so these are phony scandals on the other hand he says he disappointed someone.
Who can go and put you checks and balances and -- -- what is that I mean there is just a phony scandal or does he needs some restructuring and an.
And and it turned around and the IRS.
Okay this is -- agree is that this have a lousy job would you grade they had the IRS at this point it can't be very fond of this this gentleman the appointee.
Has worked -- Freddie Mac he's been the deputy mayor in the District of Columbia so he's had some tough jobs in the past.
He's touted as a turnaround artist but there is really much evidence is that is that -- turned things around.
Is there any indication that in terms of minute turnaround artist one of the first -- -- -- was ordered his employees.
To cooperate fully even after you've seen some of the -- redacted documents that got sent to Capitol -- response to questions about the Arizona -- -- I have and Kennedy's projected average -- -- -- why.
Pages that they sent obvious he seemed appalled at that.
I mean we don't really know too much about him yet and one troubling signs that he's actually seems to be a loyal Democrat he's given tens of thousands of dollars to democratic candidates political candidates over the years.
And he really hasn't donated much Republicans so.
It kind of raise the question just whether or not at this moment you want someone who has -- partisan allegiances there.
When the IRS is accused of extreme partisanship and targeting you know -- political opponents.
That definitely raising questions.
President Obama didn't even notified -- top Republican.
On the Senate Finance Committee who have to a -- approve this gentlemen I'd be appointed.
Is this -- -- -- set like proto Communist and in this is the president's choice and the president can choose whoever he wants -- -- it's it's it's his -- it's his his -- but is -- -- -- -- going to be the senator Orrin -- to be the one that -- -- -- -- -- a courtesy -- the center.
Hatch says Anderson he says he's going to have an open mind that he was frustrated that he wasn't given a heads up that he didn't have a chance really.
Take a look at this nominee before he was officially nominated.
I I just have to defend that illustration that -- is whether or not he really is gonna get tough to sort of you know ferret out all the problems in in the IRS music.
He made it -- it really was dishonest to say there's just a couple of -- people in Cincinnati in -- it was actually dishonest and that sort of that.
The routine they had were -- -- -- -- the question.
Two days before the report came not to detect -- to try to cover -- we did a lot of -- are really crummy stuff for men.
-- -- -- The -- we really need someone who wants to wants to go for the fast yeah I'm not sure why you put that some who donated so much money in their place -- -- -- -- -- lady and she asked him a pass on that MMI abhorrence and whether or not not mention how much is given -- -- -- whether he really is committed to making sure that we -- the fact that we use.
-- know they have that'll be found out during committee hearings and in the months to come and have a solid readjusting.
Indeed it will be priced SE a picture of.
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