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With the passing of former Senator Howard H. Baker Jr. of Tennessee, Democrats have a chance to rise above partisanship and get serious about the IRS scandal.


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Are there any Senate Democrats today who would be willing to step up and assume an investigative role with President Obama similar to the role Howard Baker played with Richard Nixon? Does any Democrat dare to use the term cover-up? Is that word banned from Democratic talking points?

Is there any Democrat who is curious about the possibility that President Obama may have committed “high crimes and misdemeanors?”

Obviously not.

Currently, Texas Senator Ted Cruz has offered a resolution calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS scandal. Why won’t Democrats appoint one, akin to Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski?

Because they know they are guilty. 10 Democrat Senators have already been implicated in pressuring the IRS to attack Tea Party groups. The FBI is implicated. House Rep Cummings, the ranking minority member on the House Oversight committee investigating the scandal, is implicated. Possible links to the White House have been identified and covered up.

This entry was published Sun Jun 29 16:35:27 CDT 2014 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2014-06-29 16:45:49.0. [Tweet]

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