The IRS Coverup Continues. Story ignored by the Liberal Press. Bravo Paul Ryan.

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  1. ncbullgator

    ncbullgator Well-Known Member

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    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...-claims-ahead-hill-hearing-on-missing-emails/

    Absolutely criminal. This scandal now eclipses Watergate. Unfortunately, the state owned media controlled by liberals refuses to admit the truth. The lying scoundrels running our government have effectively destroyed the evidence that could indite the immoral liberal regime.

    Can you imagine if Republicans committed this crime? Or for that matter, private corporations?

    Any liberal who supports this crime should have their citizenship revoked.
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    g8orbill Gators VIP Member

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    if a pub was prez their would be a feeding frenzy
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    orangeblueorangeblue Well-Known Member

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    Cleaning lady should be on the lookout for those emails.

    Anyway, I don't think there's anything in that story that hadn't happened last Friday.
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    here is the exchange with Paul Ryan

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    If anyone doubts this isn't a huge scandal, I really have to question their intelligence. The emails could have vindicated Lerner and the IRS. It is the only thing that could. To allow this evidence to be destroyed is criminal in itself, but to allow it even by accident is stupid the the nth degree.

    There are THOUSANDS of employees at IRS. To lose emails of ONLY the handful of people who have had their email records subpoenaed?? Come on!! Who in the hell believes that?
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    I still think the NSA has these emails
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    orangeblueorangeblue Well-Known Member

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    I could excuse denial up to the "dog at my emails" excuse.
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    First they testified regarding the emails and no mention of them being lost.. When the pressure was put on them to produce them, they claimed they were destroyed. Why no mention of that at the time they were requested. In essence, they lied about the emails .
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    "lost" not "destroyed"

    Get your coverup right.
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    gatorman_07732 Well-Known Member

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    Except for the IRS boss being a bald face liar
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    Did the hard drive get "destroyed" while looking for the "lost" emails?
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    orangeblueorangeblue Well-Known Member

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    Not according to them, no. They claimed it was unrecoverable data due to a crash.
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    I have never heard of any email system that would be affected by someones computer system crashing and it is very very difficult to believe that the IRS who has the ability to go back years on each of us does not have a server that stores all their emails-1 or 6 computers crashing would not affect this
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    Reminiscent of this, don't ya think?

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    Yeah, the thought that this could happen, like 50 times in the exact same spots on the tape, is almost as plausible as "losing hundreds of emails."
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    correct CHF
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    orangeblueorangeblue Well-Known Member

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    From a technical standpoint the idea is absolutely ludicrous. Backups of individual machines, of exchange servers, of originating SMTP servers ... the liklihood that these emails are "unrecoverable" is 0.
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    Uh, we're not taking about one hard drive but six hard drives. This is like all the planets aligning on one fateful day.
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    orangeblueorangeblue Well-Known Member

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    Yes. And?
  19. gatorman_07732

    gatorman_07732 Well-Known Member

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    Don't you think this is a dog and pony show by the IRS? I mean the head of the IRS blatantly lied today don't you think? Seems to me the question is at this point is how does congress get the emails.
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    I have worked with Koskinen, he is truly a decent and honorable man - when he said it was the first time in his life someone had said they didn't believe him, that is probably true. He is someone I have a tremendous amount of respect for.
    Now what happened below him I cannot say, there could very well have been something shady...but on the flip side, does anyone really believe a government bureaucracy wouldn't be dumb enough or inefficient enough to not keep something they were supposed to?

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