10 Crazy Things The IRS Asked Tea Party Groups


The IRS needs to be put out of business. Once we have a fair, flat, simple tax code this will be possible.
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The Internal Revenue Service admitted Friday to improperly targeting conservative groups for aggressive applications processes for tax exempt status in 2012, using the terms “Tea Party” and “patriot” as flags. Here are some of the things they wanted to know about those groups.

1. We’re gonna need all your direct and indirect communication. “‘Direct and indirect communications’ is profoundly chilling of First Amendment rights, ” said David French, senior counsel for American Center for Law & Justice, which has been representing 27 conservative organizations met with IRS inquisitions. “It’s so vague as to be impossible to comply with.”


2. What do we need to know about your members? Nothing much. Just ALL THE THINGS!



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