Three months after the IRS revealed their "enhanced interrogation" of conservative and "Tea Party" groups, here's the score. No one who wasn't scheduled to retire has lost their job. No one has been indicted. The IRS has provided less than 1% of documents requested by Congress, and many of those are redacted to the point of being unreadable.
One would have to assume that the White House isn't terribly interested in getting the people who committed these crimes to justice, and the best explanation for that is that whoever started this works in the White House.
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