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Obama Dismisses IRS Targeting of Conservative Groups as Non-Issue, Complains About "So-Called Progressives" Who Thought It Was

President Obama rejected the notion that the IRS’ targeting of Tea Party groups was illegal — or even improper — during his interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Thursday.

Obama was at American University to sell his flailing health care law to the young people upon which the insurance exchanges heavily rely. As promised, Matthews allowed him to make his pitch with no tough questions or pushback.

Source: Daily Caller. Read full article. (link)

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  • Sevo||

    Obo says that evidence doesn't matter, 'cause he says.

  • Jeff||

    Progressives like himself? "Let me be clear: nobody is angrier about this than I am!"

  • Pied Piper||

    headline "tricked" us

  • Libertarius||

    "Progressives" make a crudely obvious Orwellian usage of that term; "progress" consists of returning to the absolute state and licking boots.

    Fuck you, Obozo and the leftoids.

  • Rufus J. Firefly||

    Dismisses it?

    Didn't say he was angry and was going to get to the bottom of it?

    Perhaps the most cynical and aloof leader around?

  • Gilbert Martin||

    How dare you compare what Obama says today to what he previously said about this (or any) subject!

    The great one is simply above being held to that kind of (or any) standard!

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