As Plain as the Nose on His Face

24 May

Pinocchio (courtesy of Google Images)

Pinocchio (courtesy of Google Images)

An IRS Commissioner is grilled by a Congressman.  This “Comisar” may be great at “just following orders,” but I doubt that he could bluff very well at poker. It’s just kinda funny to watch this guy “tell the truth”.  He’s ridiculous.

It’s even more ridiculous that he’ll probably get away with telling such obvious lies–presumably, while he’s under oath.

video   00:05:02


Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Income Tax, IRS, Lies, Video


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2 responses to “As Plain as the Nose on His Face

  1. Yartap

    May 25, 2013 at 1:08 PM

    A 501c3 organization is a means for the gov-co. to control the political field. That’s all it is.

    What’s funny and sad at the same time is that for these groups to get what they want (tax exemption, tax deductions for members, not reporting to the gov-co and so on), all they have to do is think outside the box.

    What do I mean…. They need to become a NEWS ORGANIZATION. They can question and inform politicians, give money to advertizing anything, take subscriptions (donations, which are tax deductible, and one is not limited to how many subscription one may have), web sites, letters, news letters, radio and TV advertising (“Subscribe now! We were the news organization that pointed out how bad Congress was…. etc.”) and so on. To be tax exempt, all they have to do is spend all the income and/or return money to subscribers. That 1st Amendment even stops licensing from gov-co.

  2. Anthony Clifton

    May 27, 2013 at 7:43 AM

    I liked the part when the IRS “TARE” {erist} says to Aaron…”You know “Yiddish”…”

    that one scene in the unforgettable film… Freedom to Fascism ….says soooo much….


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