*Other* QotD, I Almost Admire The IRS’s Chutzpah edition.

You have got to be kidding me:

New IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel appeared on his 34th day on the job to brief the [House Ways and Means] committee on his review of the agency’s activities, but he didn’t add much to the conversation — other than asking for a bigger budget, which prompted scorn from Paul Ryan.

I’m surprised Congressman Ryan didn’t throw his dry eraser at Werfel’s head.  I mean, that was just stupid of the new commissioner.  And if Werfel thinks that he’s having a bad day now, just wait until 2014 when he’s suddenly the scapegoat for every bad thing that happens with Obamacare’s implementation – which is to say, everything about Obamacare’s implementation.

I’d feel bad about that, except that nobody made him take the job.

4 thoughts on “*Other* QotD, I Almost Admire The IRS’s Chutzpah edition.”

    1. FairTax FairTax FairTax FairTax FairTax.

      The one tax plan that pretty much scraps the entire IRS.

      1. Got a good URL? I want to read up on it *again* to see if I still hate it or just dislike it a great deal.

      2. I don’t think we are ever going to get rid of IRS. What does need to happen is:
        1>Tax code needs to be simplified to eliminate tricks.
        2>Everyone needs to have to pay something. There can’t be any free riders.
        3>IRS authority needs to be very limited.

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