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Could Jamie Casino Find ‘A Smidgen’ Of Corruption At The IRS?

Posted on | February 4, 2014 | 10 Comments

by Smitty

Via Brietbart and Instapundit, we may have found just the guy who can help our poor, beleaguered, yet supremely self-assured Rodeo Clown-in-Chief. Clearly, #OccupyResoluteDesk needs help to track down that non-existent smidgen of corruption so dreadful in its purely fanciful form that it caused Lois Lerner to take the 5th.

This blog sees a Chief Executive in a jam, and raises the call to get that man some assistance sorting all this. Say, an electoral tsunami on the first Tuesday in November.



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  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    Jamie Casino’s ad reminded me of the scene in “Used Cars” when they take over the Jimmy Carter’s speech feed.

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  • CrustyB

    Obama should have waved his hand at O’Reilly when he said that.

    “This isn’t the corruption you’re looking for. He can go about his business. Move along….”

  • Quartermaster

    A blind pig could find corruption at the IRS. The IRS has been corrupt since its beginning.

  • Adjoran

    The obvious follow-up was if Obama only read about it in the papers and didn’t even remember Shulman, and the DOJ says the investigation is ongoing so they can’t talk to Congress, how does he know there is no corruption? Is the fix in?

    Also, the simple but devastating Benghazi question: “Where were you and what were you doing after you were first notified of the attack?” So far, the White House has refused to answer that question, but no one asked Obama directly.

    O’Reilly gets credit for being the most challenging of Obama interviewers to date, but he is not a particularly sharp questioner, and he isn’t half as smart as he thinks he is (which put him on a level with Obama).

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  • smitty

    I though O’Reilly did a creditable job.

  • Adjoran

    I’ll grant he did a better job than any of Obama’s other interviewers. But the guy allows real questioning so rarely, it’s a shame to let him squirm away from responsibility when he gets in front of someone who isn’t concentrating on licking his boots.