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May 23 2013

Tea Party Lays Siege to Cincinnati IRS Office

By targeting the Tea Party for oppression through taxation, Obama’s IRS has taken a tiger by the tail. This was the scene outside the infamously abusive Cincinnati office on Tuesday:

The Tea Party lives!

Compliments of Karl Ushanka.



11 Responses to “Tea Party Lays Siege to Cincinnati IRS Office”

  1. Xavier says:

    Delicious: Government attempt to quash slumbering Tea Party revives same.

  2. Flu-Bird says:

    Wait for them to be labled as Extremists and Radicals by the media reptiles and the DEM-A-RATS especialy SCARY HARRY REID

  3. dan says:

    No tar and feathers,burning in effigy…not even pitchforks or shotguns…yet
    but good music and good peeps in Cincy

  4. DavidD says:

    Does nobody else see the irony in the IRS targeting groups from the Taxed Enough Already party?

  5. True Blue says:

    Oh, I’m sure it will be all okay -just have them investigate themselves like the AG is doing;
    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/05/obama-orders-doj-review-of-leak-investigations/

  6. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Tell me this.
    Why in hell are IRS agents allowed to unionize in the first place ?
    A major conflict of interest.

  7. Bo Jangles says:

    Cincinnati? The Tea Party should be protesting nationwide as they did when they first started. Every city in every state. It was that tactic that brought great fear to the Left. Now is the time to be aggressive. If not, they can hang up their signs and flags and go down the drain with the republican party.

  8. Jester says:

    DON’T TREAD ON ME!!

  9. Karl says:

    Thanks for posting the video MoonBattery!

    Dan, it was too hot Tuesday for tar and feathers, but I like where your head’s at. Check back this Fall!

    Karl

  10. Son of Taz says:

    @Bo Jangles, I’m not making any excuses here, but Tea Party are the producers in what’s left of our economy. Taking time off to protest is something we should do, but we must attend to our business needs too. As employers, we not only have a responsibility to ourselves, but to those we employ.

    The protests must continue. Members will have to find a balance work and politics because if we don’t, there won’t be any work.

  11. the bestest winnar gov evarz says:

    Dear Leader Messiah is omnipotent except when it comes to rogue agents in teh Cincinnati office comrade.

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