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Article posted: 6/17/2013 4:40 AM

Obama uses IRS as it suits him

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Obama uses IRS as it suits him

Well now that we all know the government is collecting data on people across the nation, the left seems to want to argue that the Bush administration started it all, but there is a big difference between now and then.

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When President Obama ran for the senate seat from Illinois he used court sealed personal documents to run his opponent (Jack Ryan) out of the race. He has also used the IRS to intimidate opponents of his policies as we all now know.

So while it is necessary to track phone calls and look for code words to determine whether or not someone is planning terror attacks, this president has already proven he is willing to cross the line in order to push his agenda further and to try and destroy any opposition that stands in his way. Beware people.

Martin J. Uttich

Carol Stream

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