Obama is politically manipulating federal agencies

2013-07-21T00:00:00Z Obama is politically manipulating federal agencies nwitimes.com
July 21, 2013 12:00 am

Washington has betrayed us.

Too many members of Congress merely grow our federal government and raise our taxes to give themselves more power and more money to spend.

We find the National Security Agency recording all phone and Internet messages sent by everyone in our country, and even in other countries.

This is clearly unconstitutional, but Congress does nothing.

The Internal Revenue Service, sworn to be impartial, attacks conservative groups and individuals, causing great financial and political harm.

The IRS overspent on lavish travel and meetings and refused to answer to a congressional committee.

We should shut down the IRS.

President Barack Obama, sworn to be politically impartial, ordered members of the Justice Department to Florida to arrange protest marches against George Zimmerman, who shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense.

Thus does Obama, an experienced community rabble-rouser, manipulate all his agencies.

- Bess Brennan, Munster

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