Miller thinks this is funny. Let’s make sure we have the last laugh.

What he said during the IRS congressional hearing was bad enough, but I’m particularly struck by the extraordinary smugness of this jackwagon. The look on his face reflects a perpetual sense of bored entitlement. It’s as though it’s beneath him to be answering congressional questions. A jackass of Obama proportions. No wonder Obama loves him. He’s not the only one, of course, this jerk is the illustration of the sort of person who staffs Obama’s gestapos. Their attitude confirms the corporate culture of government. Make sure your all your elected officials know you want these people prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Here are some highlights from today, video and links.

Tea Party groups prepare to sue IRS

NYT: Treasury Knew of I.R.S. Inquiry in 2012, Official Says

Report: IRS Deliberately Chose Not to Fess Up to Scandal Before Election

Lerner’s admission of IRS’s inappropriate behavior was pre-planned public disclosure, used ‘planted question’

IRS Commissioner: “I Don’t Remember” Who I Was Told Is Responsible For The IRS Scandal

‘We Provided Horrible Customer Service’ Yeah, so did that Egypt Air pilot who flew the airplane into the Atlantic. Horrible, horrible, customer service.

Steve Miller is shocked, shocked at the idea IRS divulged information on groups to other agencies

And the two best moments when the Jackwagon is called out for being, well, a liar.

Paul Ryan Grills Steven Miller

Rep. Mike Kelly Receives Standing Ovation at Ways & Means Hearing on IRS Scandal

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  1. Shifra says:

    via Mediaite, May 15:

    Eric Holder Blasts Rep. Darrell Issa For ‘Unacceptable,’ ‘Shameful’ Conduct During House Grilling

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/eric-holder-blasts-rep-darrell-issa-for-unacceptable-shameful-conduct-during-house-grilling/

    I guess the Obama regime believes that “the best defense is a good offense.”

    *I* believe that “the fish rots from the head down.”

  2. FrankRemley says:

    Wasn’t Miller originally appointed by poor ole Dubya during his administration and left in place by the DB?

  3. Alain41 says:

    I’m not a lawyer much less a constitutional lawyer, but I’ll wade in anyway. Miller’s testimony last year was to the 112th Congress. The 113rd Congress started 1/3/13. So I’m not sure that this 113rd Congress could charge anyone who lied to the 112th Congress, I think the charge has to be filed before the Congressional session ends.

  4. pamelarice says:

    These people are jerks. Perfectly understandable seeing as their president is a Jerk.
    I hate to have put my tinfoil hat on here, but the timing of this IRS scandal seems a bit too coincidental. At the time Bengahzi was starting to resonate with the public and more whistle blowers are wanting to come out, this IRS story just happens to be outted. Oh, and lets release another little squirel named the AP phone records grab. I’m certainly not saying that these scandals are not important at all! Quite to the contrary. But I think Obama and his thugs believe that they can still control the narrative, and the Benghazi one was slipping out of their control…just wondering out loud….Plus, as we are focused on this, just what kind of shinanagans might our congress be up to with amnesty or anything for that matter? I don’t trust most of those guys as far as I can throw them.
    Do the elite in Washington not understand that we can walk and chew gum at the same time? Well, at least conservatives can :/

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  6. strider says:

    Why can’t the house try some budget pruning? IRS would be a good place to start.

  7. Dave says:

    I think Tammy describes this man to a “T”….and why do so many Dems act this way, because its all part of the CULTURE of the POS….The DB….they all think ” who they are”, and yes, they need to be taken down 6 notches. ASAP.

    BOEHNER?????

    BOEHNER????

    TESTING 1-2 !!!!

  8. Dave says:

    I thought Steve Miller sang,”I’m a smoker,I’m a joker,I’m a midnight toker.” Oh this is a different Steve Miller.

    • Dave says:

      But you’re right, they both suck!
      I never liked the music of the other one. just MHO.

      This IRS guy…. needs the ” stripey hole” for 20 years,
      I hope he can keep that grin goin that long. Lets find out.

  9. Dave says:

    Why aren’t these rotten scum being indited for crimes? If I did anything like this I’d go directly to jail and would not pass Go to collect $2.

  10. Maynard says:

    Yeah, Mike Kelly cuts to the heart of it. For all the blather, we all know the IRS is power, naked power, the power to destroy, bigger than any of us. Taxpayers don’t have the rights that a criminal has; a criminal is protected against unlawful search, and a criminal is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The IRS has full knowledge of your finances and can probe you and anyone you do business with; the IRS can seize or freeze your assets, and you are assumed guilty until proven innocent. I once faced a situation where some random person had mistakenly submitted paperwork with my number on it. I couldn’t tell the IRS to ignore that and go after whoever filed the thing, no; I had to prove that I did not control the assets in question. And Miller just shrugs with the arrogance of power, pompous and self-assured. Untouchable. How did people like this come to hold such power over innocent citizens who have done nothing wrong? This is not supposed to be what America is about. It’s not a scandal, it’s a crime.

    As Obamacare kicks in, the Washington bureaucrats will be empowered not only to slow down the finances of the political opposition, but to restrict their access the healthcare. Not a good time to dissent.

  11. midget says:

    When I was caught doing something wrong & my mother interogated me, if I looked at her with that same smug smirk, I had to look for my teeth in the next room.

  12. Mary says:

    I was speaking with a friend that is a CPA, he is shocked about this IRS scandal; and that is a understatement to his state!

    We were discussing Obamacare and IRS. He told me about an article in BusinessWeek about how the law “expands workplace wellness screenings.” Essentially, these laws will give employers the right to screen their employees annually and if they’re not healthy enough, it make them pony up more for insurance that year. This will bring a whole new atmosphere to your annual checkup.

    He was telling me about one single change to the IRS rule due to Obamacare, the IRS sent him a 265 page booklet to cover that single rule change. There is said to be about 20,000 new regulations!

  13. Vintageport says:

    Tammy, can we get a promotion for Holder and Miller, please? Thanks in advance.

  14. Kitten says:

    Yeah, Miller looks smug, but after that verbal whipping from Mike Kelly, I bet he wet his undies. Jerk.

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