Why the IRS has gone silent
The IRS has gone silent. Surprised?
Isn’t it interesting the “don’t talk to the press” rules are invoked (and followed) when it’s convenient to the IRS while other rules and even laws (regarding discrimination and/or special treatment) are ignored when no one’s thought to be watching.
They’re no doubt trying to get their story straight, all the way, it seems, to the White House.
So far, the President has gone Sergeant Schultz. While that may carry the day for the all-in Obamaphiles, it may not have the desired effect on the rest of the traditional media. After all, this thing’s too big—and too serious—to ignore.
Unless you’re the IRS. Then you try and ignore it: don’t answer the mail, don’t pick up the phone, don’t open the door.
Even then, people will figure things out. And they are.