One of the more interesting aspects to this story is the number of times that the former IRS chief visited the White House, and don't tell me he was having tea every nine days, I'm not buying it. I'm also not buying the story that they were working on Obamacare during all those visits. That's not credible.
There's likely something going on, and unless there was a secret gay love affair, the Tea Party has a right to ask a lot more questions about these numerous visits.
Karl Rove seems to think that the President will use his executive privilege to block any revelations as to what may really have been going on in some of those meetings, which means that we may never know.
In the old days, the President could go to J. Edgar Hoover to obtain valuable secrets on his enemies, in exchange for his own protection of course, but that's all changed. The FBI was tainted by Hoover, and would never again have the power to do what he did. However, there's one organization that could easily fill those shoes, especially after the Patriot Act, and that would be God.
This could be the real inside story here, which hasn't made history yet. At the 6:50 minute mark below, we may have part of our answer to what might have been going on in all those meetings at the White House, because we already know that the Tea Party was viewed as subversive; but more importantly, it was viewed as obstructionist, and that could easily be misconstrued as subversion. It would make perfect sense that the IRS would be the weapon of choice in this scenario, and it would go hand in glove with their work on Obamacare.
A special counsel who believes in fasting first, and prayer second, is the man you'll be looking for.
Edited by Raptor Witness, 31 May 2013 - 06:12 AM.