That appears to be how the Vacationer-In-Chief thinks about the Constitution. It’s so terribly time-consuming to have to wait for Congressional action when you’re occupied full-time getting ready for your next all-important time off from playing cards while a some tedious, rampaging mob attacks a consulate. Twice.
Heretofore, we have been told an obscure You Tube video was to blame. Perhaps this time, we’ll discover the Absentee of the Oval Office has been completely absorbed by a particularly challenging game of Angry Birds.
The IRS scandal has garnered an unusual amount attention, with certain groups complaining they have been subjected to intrusive and irrelevant questions in order to qualify for tax-exempt status. The IRS has responded with inconsistent answers, so the facts of the matter have remained unclear. Until now, however, no one has produced an actual “abusive” letter from the IRS. Our indefatigable reporters have managed to uncover one, and we present it here for the first time.