Asked about the slow pace of approval, the IRS auditor on the case, Diane Gentry, said the application was taking so long because auditors were supposed to give special scrutiny to groups "connected with Israel." Ms. Marcus says Ms. Gentry further explained that many applications related to Israel had to be sent to "a special unit in D.C. to determine whether the organization's activities contradict the Administration's public policies."Sadly, this will only be seen as a positive by the vast majority of our brothers and sisters who will continue to vote Democat and thank Washington for reining in the "extremists" among us. I could write about this stuff day in and day out, but it's a bracha l'vatala.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
The Wall Street Journal headline wonders, "Did the tax agency [the IRS] also target groups that support Israel?" In one case: