Monday, May 12, 2014

IS THIS OR IS THIS NOT TYPICAL OF THE ENTIRE ADMINISTRATION?



The acting deputy U.S. attorney general (David O'Neil) in charge of overseeing 'public integrity' prosecutions testified Friday that he doesn't know who's in charge of the criminal investigation of Lois Lerner.

I must not have understood. What I think I heard  was  that the person IN  CHARGE of overseeing 'PUBLIC INTEGRITY' prosecutions does not know who's in charge of the CRIMINAL investigation of Lois Lerner. Is that what I heard? Really? The man in charge of all of those in charge does not know who's in charge?

And we're supposed to believe that? Is he just an incompetent IN CHARGER, or is he trying not to answer a question?

Does it take more than 7 requests to get an answer to a question? Is that justifiable in the minds of liberals?

So, let's see if you can clear the air based on O'Neil's testimony. Is he involved in the investigating of the targeting of conservative groups? Is he? What did he say? (Hint: Finally, yes).

Is it OK to continue to pretend that you don't know the answer that you really know the answer to?

4 comments:

Xavier Onassis said...

I hope no one is leading the "investigation" and that no one is assigned to the case because it is a completely bogus issue that deserves no attention whatsoever.

The IRS did nothing wrong. They are not a rubber stamp for anyone seeking tax exempt status. And any group seeking tax exempt status who is, in any way, affiliated with the TEA Party, whose initials stand for "Taxed Enough Already", should absolutely get extra scrutiny!

The Republicans keep screaming about "IRS" and "BENGHAZI" because they do not have a single idea, principal or philosophy that resonates with mainstream America.

They reek of desperation. It is pathetic and embarrassing.

Craig said...

This is a typical example of political grandstanding by Rep. Jordan. David O'neal was there to testify at,

Committee on Oversight and Government Reform: Subcommittee on Government Operations held a hearing entitled ``Mixed Signals: the Administration's Policy on Marijuana, Part Three''

Is he involved in the investigating of the targeting of conservative groups?

More liberal groups were targeted than conservative.

Jordan could use a primer on the first amendment, reviewing a groups tax exempt status is not denying them their freedom of speech.

Should O'neal know who's leading the investigation? I don't know and neither do you. We aren't privy to the machinations at Justice. Maybe in a few months more of hearings and a couple hundred million $'s later, we'll have an answer to that burning question.

Duckys here said...

Nonsense, Joe. There was no scandal, there was no crime.

All we have is a woman being browbeaten by a bunch of Teabags much like Shirley Sherrod.

I can't wait till the Benghazi hearings start and we can watch Judge Jeanine's (your favorite) opinion.

Then we get to watch the Teabag clown car start filling for the presidential primaries.

Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi


Xavier Onassis said...

What Craig said: "This is a typical example of political grandstanding by Rep. Jordan. David O'neal was there to testify at,

Committee on Oversight and Government Reform: Subcommittee on Government Operations held a hearing entitled ``Mixed Signals: the Administration's Policy on Marijuana, Part Three'.

The idiot was trying to hijack a subcommittee meeting that had absolutely nothing to do with the trumped up, bogus "IRS scandal" and harangue a witness with abusive questions about something they knew nothing about and were not prepared to answer so he could make himself look like a bulldog on a highly edited youtube video for his idiot constituents.

Wow. Such leadership. Such statesmanship. What a classic example of why no one should ever vote for any Republican.

You must be SO proud of yourselves!