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The Internal Revenue Service official in charge of the tax-exempt organizations at the time when the unit targeted tea party groups now runs the IRS office responsible for the health care legislation.
Sarah Hall Ingram served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. But Ingram has since left that part of the IRS and is now the director of the IRS’ Affordable Care Act office, the IRS confirmed to ABC News today.
Her successor, Joseph Grant, is taking the fall for misdeeds at the scandal-plagued unit between 2010 and 2012. During at least part of that time, Grant served as deputy commissioner of the tax-exempt unit.
Originally posted by beezzer
reply to post by seeker1963
If you took a soiled diaper, wrapped in a road-kill raccoon, placed that in a landfill soaked in methane soaked fish carcasses;
It still wouldn't smell as bad as this administration.
Originally posted by seeker1963
Well here we go! It seems the fall guys whom are taking the hit, might not be the actual perpetrators!
Oh how the plot thickens!!!!! She was in charge during the time, and it seems she gets a promotion and is now in charge of Americans health care in relations to the actions of the IRS!!!!!
Seems like David Copperfield is in charge of shuffling jobs around at the Whitehouse!
What say you ATS?
edit on 16-5-2013 by seeker1963 because: (no reason given)
UPDATED: IRS tax exemption/Obamacare exec got $103,390 in bonuses; Did Obama OK them?
Ingram received a $7,000 bonus in 2009, according to data obtained by The Washington Examiner from the IRS, then a $34,440 bonus in 2010, $35,400 in 2011 and $26,550 last year, for a total of $103,390. Her annual salary went from $172,500 to $177,000 during the same period.
The 2010, 2011 and 2012 bonuses were awarded during the period when IRS harassment of the conservative groups was most intense. The newspaper obtained the data via a Freedom of Information Act request.
Originally posted by GenerationGap
Your child or grand child is born, and the doctor says his genetic makeup means he has a 73% chance of growing testicular tumors in his lifetime and therefore signs a paper recommending immediate castration. You tell the doctor to go to hell, and remove the child from the hospital to save his reproductive abilities, and your chances of extending your bloodline. The next morning, your wife and child awaken to you being thrown to the ground outside at gun point and these same gestapo members remove your infant from the house, and take him to the nearest hospital to receive the treatment that will not only potentially "save his life", but also save society the cost of treating his potential testicular cancer in 40 years.