» News

Treasury Inspector General in the C. Steven Tucker Case Says His Audit Was a Mere Coinkydink

Home - by - December 6, 2013 - 13:25 America/New_York - 14 Comments

A Treasury Inspector General met with Tucker’s attorney in Tucker’s home this Friday morning.

The IRS employee stated that the letter informing Tucker, a healthcare broker and Obamacare critic, that there was an irregularity on his taxes ten years ago had nothing at all to do with Tucker’s participation in aiding an outspoken Obamacare critic who had recently lost coverage during his cancer treatments. The fact that the cancer patient received an audit on the very same day Tucker received his letter left the efficient IRS agent unfazed.

Tucker cocks his head quizzically, as does the national coalition of non-progtards.

“They took my statement and advised me to resolve this issue with the IRS as soon as possible. If not, I will be visited again by the IRS and they could garnish my wages or put a lien on my home,” Tucker reports.

As Tucker has said in the past, “paging Darrell Issa, Darrell Issa. Pick up the Red, White and Blue courtesy phone, please.”

 

» 14 Comments

  1. Eleanor in Hell

    December 6th, 2013

    Sure, like that December Sunday in 1941. :-(

    Noteworthy Comment Thumb up +11

     
  2. Racist

    December 6th, 2013

    I thought we lost Issa a while back to Amnesty or Islam or some other issue that he decided to go all Peter King/Chris Christie/ John McRINO on. BTW, is it Ice-uh or Iss-uh?

    Thumb up +5

     
  3. F.D.R. in Hell

    December 6th, 2013

    Yo! Babs, ix-nay on the earl-Pay arbor-Hay.
    “What difference, at this point, does. it. make?”
    :evil:

    Noteworthy Comment Thumb up +10

     
  4. Eleanor in Hell

    December 6th, 2013

    Well, Franklin, you might want to fly under the radar tomorrow (12/7), or you’ll find out “what difference it makes” that you let 24-hundred souls die to whip America into World War Two. Bastard. :eek:

    Noteworthy Comment Thumb up +11

     
  5. joe6pak

    December 6th, 2013

    How in the hell can they go back 10 years? And who thinks Darrell Issa will do anything other than make some noise early in the game and then disappear? I can’t believe how there can be so many issues that are jeopardizing our well being as a country and how incapable our leaders are to address them! I can’t believe the IRS can go back 10 years like that!

    Noteworthy Comment Thumb up +10

     
  6. Bob

    December 6th, 2013

    @Eleanor, lol “under the radar” just like they flew past the SCR-270 radar on Opana Point, Oahu

    http://www.campevans.org/_CE/html/pearl.html

    Thumb up +6

     
  7. J Frank Parnell

    December 6th, 2013

    If I were a cancer victim and some piece of monkey shit IRS tyrant came to my house threatening to take my wages and home as a result of communist official oppression, [redacted].

    Red Dawn would be a fucking frilly cotillion in comparison.

    Thumb up +8

     
  8. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    December 6th, 2013

    Isn’t there a seven-year statute of limitations? If they make a case over an issue within the SoL, then I believe they can go back as far as they want.

    Thumb up +6

     
  9. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    December 6th, 2013

    Kinda like the short-lived law that disallowed police from issuing citations for seat-belt infractions alone, but if you were cited for something else, he could tack on the seat-belt ticket.

    Thumb up +5

     
  10. Tim

    December 6th, 2013

    C’mon – did anyone, ANYONE, expect them to say:

    “Yep, you caught us doing felonies, again! My bad!”

    Thumb up +8

     
  11. Brian

    December 6th, 2013

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. They safest place in the world to be is either an Obama domestic appointee or being subpoenaed in front of an Issa committee.

    He has not accomplished squat. Ever. Period.

    I agree with the other thread. He should contact Mark Levin or Rush Limbaugh or somebody to raise awareness of his case. The Kulaks will be liquidated before the media reports on that funny smell coming from the chimney stacks.

    Thumb up +3

     
  12. […] iOWNTHEWORLD reports that an IRS employee visited C. Steven Tucker, Friday morning. […]

    Thumb up +1

     
  13. Carlos The Jackal

    December 6th, 2013

    OR, if this were 1776, revenue agents could start disappearing…

    Thumb up +4

     
  14. […] iOWNTHEWORLD reports that an IRS employee visited C. Steven Tucker, Friday morning. […]

    Thumb up 0