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The IRS is said to have targeted conservative and Tea Party–affiliated groups for tax scrutiny, seeking out organizations that focused on the national debt and those that aimed to influence citizens regarding “how to make America a better place to live.” What do you think?

  • “People might have a hard time liking the IRS after this.”

    Juan Marquez
    Electrode Cleaner
  • “Look, if you’re running around saying you want to make America a better place to live, you’ve got to expect some backlash.”

    Cathy Swain
    Acupressurist
  • “Well, if there’s one group that can laugh off an abuse of power by the federal government and move on, it’s the Tea Party.”

    Brendan Rutter
    Unemployed