Democrats Want to Give the IRS Even More $$ in Budget!

Even after the IRS has proven to be a tool of the left-wing attack machine instead of merely being a non-partisan taxing agency like it should be, after we’ve all learned that the IRS is a giant bottomless pit of wasteful spending, and after we’ve learned that the IRS has essentially become a satellite office of the Obama perpetual campaign machine, NOW we fid out that the Democrats want to make the IRS budget even bigger!

Well, I guess it makes perfect sense since it is the Democrat Party using the IRS like a part of its war machine aimed against the business sector, Republicans and the Tea Party, right?

So, according to The Hill newspaper, Democrats are pushing a Financial Services subcommittee bill to raise IRS funding to $12.07 billion. This is an increase of 276.6 million buckaroos.

That would be your money, Mr. and Mrs. America. Your tax dollars going to enlarge the budget of the very agency used like a weapon against you and against what many of you believe in.

Add this to loving hike in its budget, the thousands of IRS agents that abused government-issued credit cards, the millions of tax dollars the IRS spent on lavish parties for its employees, and the numerous other ways the IRS is abusing its powers, and we see an agency rife with corruption.

Fortunately, Senate Republicans are not pleased with the Democrat’s insistence on giving the rogue agency more money to attack us all with, but with the track record Senate Republicans have of stopping this sort of outrageous spending… well, let’s just say their being unhappy isn’t that much of an impediment to the Democrat’s plans.

Of course, Republicans in the House of Representatives have a better idea. They want to cut the budget of the IRS by 24 percent. That’s a bit better.

But I’d rather suggest cutting the IRS budget by 100 percent and eliminating the whole agency! Wouldn’t you? Tell us below.

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