Some think Barry is just woefully misinformed about the way the federal government is supposed to work. Too much golf; too many vacations; and too many celebrity parties to have time to study up on it, apparently.
Or else the First Adolescent is simply evading responsibility for his latest “screwup,” as he has about everything else since 2009. With him it’s always someone else’s fault. Just like a 12-year-old.
I think Kimberley Strassel has the goods on President Choom: The IRS Scandal started at the top, with him. He instigated it and he knew very well what he was doing. For instance:
“Mr. VanderSloot is the Obama target who in 2011 made a sizable donation to a group supporting Mitt Romney. In April 2012, an Obama campaign website named and slurred eight Romney donors. It tarred Mr. VanderSloot as a ‘wealthy individual’ with a ‘less-than-reputable record.’ Other donors were described as having been ‘on the wrong side of the law.’
“This was the Obama version of the phone call—put out to every government investigator (and liberal activist) in the land.
“Twelve days later, a man working for a political opposition-research firm called an Idaho courthouse for Mr. VanderSloot’s divorce records. In June, the IRS informed Mr. VanderSloot and his wife of an audit of two years of their taxes… Mr. VanderSloot, who had never been audited before, was subject to three in the four months after Mr. Obama teed him up for such scrutiny.”
It was similar to 2008 when Schoolyard Barry gave Shillary the finger on CNN by pretending to scratch his face with his middle finger. His backers in the audience hooted. They knew what he was doing. Just like the IRS knew what to do to Mr. VanderSloot.
Only fools would ever again trust our partisan federal bureaucrats.