Paco sums up the Fifth Amendment Tactic nicely.
Hey, this is shaping up to be almost as interesting as the Kefauver hearings
- although the subject matter is different: one of these committees
pertains to the investigation of a massive criminal enterprise and its
corrupting influence on government and society, and the other pertains
to the Mafia.
He's right, ya' know.
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Lerner has to know her career at IRS is toast. All that's left now is to jockey for the best exit possible. Sooner or later she'll probably be offered a deal sufficient to get her to flip on her bosses. She has to decide whether she can get a better deal from Congress or a possible special prosecutor. She certainly knows where the bones are buried and should command a pretty sweet deal.
Her "bosses" may not be who you think they are. She was a Bush appointee. She knew what was going on but did not follow up to make sure that it had ended. Then she planted a question at a presentation a couple of weeks ago in order to expose the "evil-doers".
Things are not adding up.
This blog is not a Bush-worshipping entity. I don't care who appointed the slime; I want the slime drawn, quartered, and given NO PENSION.
What DOES "add up" is the Administration's all-pervasive hatred of Conservatives. Lerner was a tool, and it started in the White House.
"What DOES "add up" is the Administration's all-pervasive hatred of Conservatives. Lerner was a tool, and it started in the White House."
Prove it...where's your source other than Glen Beck?
Sorry. I don't listen to Glen Beck.
As to "proof": we call it "pattern of practice." You might have to look that up.
Thanks for the link!
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