Palin: Going Rogue in the Wrong Direction

2013 May 22
by bc3b

Sarah Palin speaks out on the scandals in Washington. Once again, the pretty woman is right:

As more information about the IRS scandal trickles out daily, the White House’s involvement is becoming clearer. Those of us who’ve been warning about the demise of freedom with Barack Obama’s efforts to “fundamentally transform” our great nation are about to witness some sad vindication. Will awakened Americans finally join us in saying “enough is enough”?

The president would like us to believe that he only learned about the IRS corruption from watching the news. But we recently learned that the White House was actively working with the IRS on how to roll out the story of this scandal. So, Mr. President, how can you have your staff work on the roll out of the biggest controversy since Watergate, and yet claim that you only heard about it by watching the news with the rest of us?

For the president to deny any knowledge of what was brewing and to claim to know nothing about the Benghazi cover-up or anything about anything White House-related lately, he’s either a liar or a hugely incompetent CEO. You decide.

Yesterday, we also learned that the top IRS official involved in the targeting scandal is planning on pleading the Fifth during her Congressional hearings. That’s keen – she’ll be able to enjoy her Fifth Amendment rights in a hearing about how her intimidating organization denied Americans the ability to fully exercise their First Amendment rights.

Keep in mind that the IRS considers you guilty until proven innocent when they audit you. The Fifth Amendment doesn’t apply.

This scandal is not just about the IRS targeting Americans to deny them tax-except status or subjecting them to harassing retaliatory audits. The IRS also leaked to left-wing reporters the confidential application information submitted by conservative groups.

The IRS claims that their leaking of information was “inadvertent and unintentional disclosures by the employees involved.” They at first blamed the entire IRS scandal on a couple of employees who “went rogue,” but we soon found out that this was just more malarkey coming from the president’s spokesman. But even if these were “inadvertent and unintentional disclosures,” is that supposed to make us feel better? With the IRS running Obamacare, what are the chances that our confidential information and medical records will “inadvertently” and “unintentionally” be disclosed? Please remember that some of us warned America about the dangers of having the IRS play such a big role with the administration of Obamacare. We were laughed at and mocked relentlessly back then. It sure doesn’t seem funny now, does it?

This IRS scandal is especially terrible because Americans live in fear of the IRS like no other entity because this monstrous bureaucracy has the power to take your hard-earned money. Your wages are the sum of your labors; hence, the IRS has the power to steal the fruits of your labors. Average Americans live in fear of making an error on their tax returns that could cost them massive amounts of money, plus their reputation and good name. If a small business makes a mistake, the IRS can shut them down and send them to jail.

The IRS has always been the face of intimidating and controlling big government. Now it’s the face of corrupt big government that actively attacks the people it is supposed to serve. This isn’t the change America was hoping for, Mr. President, but it certainly is transformative.

Average everyday Americans like my dad and his non-political buddies are outraged by this IRS scandal, perhaps more so than all the other White House fiascos that are making the radical Left’s intentions crystal clear. It’s because this IRS cluster hits close to home for everyone. It’s tangible proof of how a corrupt government can intimidate and target a person’s record, reputation, and life, and make them feel helpless.

These Obama administration scandals are a sad and stark reminder that only limited government can ensure liberty. At our core, we Americans just want to be left alone to live freely, peacefully, and productively.

Last year the Obama campaign told us that government is something we all “belong” to. I guess they’re right because when the government is powerful enough to target, intimidate, and harass us, we do “belong” to them. The real question is: Will we stand for this?

These atrocious government actions are bigger, uglier, and much more dangerous than “a few rogue employees.” It’s time for all Americans to stand together and join in the growing outraged chorus that looks at our out-of-control government and says, “Enough is enough!”

Hat tip: Breitbart

18 Responses leave one →
  1. 2013 May 22 4:37 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

  2. 2013 May 22 4:44 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Senile Old John McCain has a problem with Ted Cruz. Yahoo Readers Seem to Have a Problem with John McCain:

    http://news.yahoo.com/john-mccain-latest-senior-senator-had-enough-junior-214525064.html

    Readn the comments.

  3. 2013 May 22 5:12 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Yet the GOP is frothing to get the Hispanic vote — http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2528730 — 5% more whites and Obomo would have been toast. GOP, get the message????

  4. 2013 May 22 5:18 pm
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    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Poverty levels within the United States are at record highs. Nearly 50 million Americans are now dependent on government-subsidized food stamps for their survival. Nearly 100 million Americans receive welfare (or Social Security) in one form or another from the establishment. That is almost one-third of our entire population that relies on the system for at least a part of their sustainment.

    If Obamacare is fully realized, millions more Americans will also be conditioned to become dependent on government-designated healthcare providers.

    The point is not to pass judgment on those people who get money or services from the government, only to make clear our progression away from freedom and into centralized servitude.”

    http://personalliberty.com/2013/05/21/is-americas-economy-being-sovietized/

  5. 2013 May 22 5:31 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    WEC #4 –

    Wait until we have 33 or more million poor via amnesty and family reunification.

  6. 2013 May 22 8:36 pm
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    Now that she’s spoken out queue up the press to start downplaying everything and moving on along with some criticism of her from the “establishment”, after all they can’t be on the same side as Palin on something right? 😉

  7. 2013 May 22 8:46 pm
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  8. 2013 May 23 1:44 am
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    You’re Mitt Romney and it’s October 31, 2012 and a witch comes to you and says, “I can help you win 72 percent of the Hispanic vote or give you an extra 4 points of the white vote.” Which one do you pick?
    http://jonathanlast.com/trick-question/
    http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2528730

    I’m sure anwser is obvious to most here.

  9. 2013 May 23 3:52 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Post #8, meet Post #3 🙂

  10. 2013 May 23 4:00 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Well some of the MSM are finally figuring out what most of us knew 4 years ago. — http://freebeacon.com/cbs-reporter-first-time-presidential-administration-treating-reporting-like-a-crime-and-a-reporter-like-a-criminal-suspect/ — Obama is a liar.

  11. 2013 May 23 4:09 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    For KH,

    Numbers are key for product ecology — http://venturebeat.com/2013/05/23/zend-survey/ — but developer’s hearts are essential for product development. Open standards win that hands down.

  12. 2013 May 23 5:20 am
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    COMMIE

  13. 2013 May 23 5:43 am
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    JustMary permalink

    #14 Allllllmost there.

  14. 2013 May 23 6:12 am
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    TLS permalink

    I’m a thread behind, so sorry if this has already been posted:

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/05/22/doj-invoked-espionage-act-in-calling-fox-news-reporter-criminal-co-conspirator/

    DOJ invoked Espionage Act in calling Fox News reporter criminal ‘co-conspirator’

    The Justice Department did more than seize a Fox News reporter’s emails while suggesting he was a criminal “co-conspirator” in a leak case — it did so under one of the most serious wartime laws in America, the Espionage Act.

    It’s the same law used by the Nixon administration to go after The New York Times and Daniel Ellsberg over the leak of the Pentagon Papers. It’s the law used to charge the Rosenbergs, American communists, for allegedly passing secret information to the Soviet Union — they were executed for the offense in 1953.
    (snip)
    The administration has come under criticism before for using the Espionage Act to prosecute leakers and whistle-blowers. Under the Obama administration, federal prosecutors have used the act six times.

  15. 2013 May 23 6:22 am
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    justrand permalink

    TLS…and the ham-handed way in which they did was intentional. They WANT the media to be afraid…VERY afraid!

  16. 2013 May 23 12:07 pm
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    “Post #8, meet Post #3 ” oops .. it was late. 🙂

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