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Marco Rubio Humiliates Himself By Demanding That the Non-Existent IRS Commissioner Resign

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In a letter to Treasury Sec. Jack Lew, Sen. Rubio (R-FL) wrote, “Furthermore, it is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively (sic) immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.”

First of all, Rubio’s letter has a big typo in it. I think he meant effective immediately, not effectively immediately. Things get even worse for Marco, when you realize that he just asked for the resignation ofsomeone who doesn’t really exist. That’s right, Rubio is so busy plotting his 2016 presidential campaign that he never bothered to check to see if there actually was an IRS commissioner.


It turns out that the previous IRS commissioner was appointed by Bush, and he resigned last November.

Wait a minute, the IRS scandal that the Republican Party is blaming Obama for happened while a Bush appointee was in charge. This really does keep getting worse for Rubio.

It is impossible to see Sen. Big Gulp as serious presidential material when he and his staff are so sloppy.

The mainstream media has reacted to Rubio’s latest attempt to run with his shoelaces tied together by giving him a free pass. They are pushing the headline that Rubio is calling for the IRS chief to resign, and then mentioning later in their stories that there really is no IRS chief. What they fail to note is that only an idiot who is more concerned with making political hay while the sun is shining would bother to send a letter to the Treasury Secretary that contained typos and was factually inaccurate.


All in all, Rubio’s latest comedy of errors is another kick to the gut for his fading 2016 presidential hopes.

http://www.politicususa.com/marco-rubio-humiliates-demanding-non-existent-irs-commissioner-resign.html

by on May. 13, 2013 at 6:26 PM
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sweet-a-kins
by Emerald Member on May. 15, 2013 at 7:33 PM
In a letter to Treasury Sec. Jack Lew, Sen. Rubio (R-FL) wrote, “Furthermore, it is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively (sic) immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.”

First of all, Rubio’s letter has a big typo in it. I think he meant effective immediately, not effectively immediately. Things get even worse for Marco, when you realize that he just asked for the resignation of someone who doesn’t really exist. That’s right, Rubio is so busy plotting his 2016 presidential campaign that he never bothered to check to see if there actually was an IRS commissioner.



It turns out that the previous IRS commissioner was appointed by Bush, and he resigned last November.

Wait a minute, the IRS scandal that the Republican Party is blaming Obama for happened while a Bush appointee was in charge. This really does keep getting worse for Rubio.

It is impossible to see Sen. Big Gulp as serious presidential material when he and his staff are so sloppy.

The mainstream media has reacted to Rubio’s latest attempt to run with his shoelaces tied together by giving him a free pass. They are pushing the headline that Rubio is calling for the IRS chief to resign, and then mentioning later in their stories that there really is no IRS chief. What they fail to note is that only an idiot who is more concerned with making political hay while the sun is shining would bother to send a letter to the Treasury Secretary that contained typos and was factually inaccurate.


Quoting pvtjokerus:

Every agency has an acting:  Steven T. Miller is the current acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue.




Quoting lga1965:


 sidesplittinglaughteroh boy, this cracks me up! Poor Marco.




 

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pvtjokerus
by Platinum Member on May. 15, 2013 at 9:44 PM
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 And guess what......the acting was FORCED TO LEAVE today.  Soooooooooo?????


Quoting sweet-a-kins:

In a letter to Treasury Sec. Jack Lew, Sen. Rubio (R-FL) wrote, “Furthermore, it is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively (sic) immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.”

First of all, Rubio’s letter has a big typo in it. I think he meant effective immediately, not effectively immediately. Things get even worse for Marco, when you realize that he just asked for the resignation of someone who doesn’t really exist. That’s right, Rubio is so busy plotting his 2016 presidential campaign that he never bothered to check to see if there actually was an IRS commissioner.



It turns out that the previous IRS commissioner was appointed by Bush, and he resigned last November.

Wait a minute, the IRS scandal that the Republican Party is blaming Obama for happened while a Bush appointee was in charge. This really does keep getting worse for Rubio.

It is impossible to see Sen. Big Gulp as serious presidential material when he and his staff are so sloppy.

The mainstream media has reacted to Rubio’s latest attempt to run with his shoelaces tied together by giving him a free pass. They are pushing the headline that Rubio is calling for the IRS chief to resign, and then mentioning later in their stories that there really is no IRS chief. What they fail to note is that only an idiot who is more concerned with making political hay while the sun is shining would bother to send a letter to the Treasury Secretary that contained typos and was factually inaccurate.


Quoting pvtjokerus:

Every agency has an acting:  Steven T. Miller is the current acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue.


 


Quoting lga1965:


 sidesplittinglaughteroh boy, this cracks me up! Poor Marco.


 


 


 

DSamuels
by Gold Member on May. 15, 2013 at 9:57 PM
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Let's see, tonight the acting IRS commissioner resigned.

Now who's the fool? I'll give you a hint, it's NOT Rubio.

I doubt you'll get the right answer.

Quoting sweet-a-kins:

Have another drink fool


True story from our friends at @[479687202044787:274:DeadState].
Shared at @[108038612554992:274:Americans Against the Tea Party].


sweet-a-kins
by Emerald Member on May. 15, 2013 at 10:15 PM
In a letter to Treasury Sec. Jack Lew, Sen. Rubio (R-FL) wrote, “Furthermore, it is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively (sic) immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.”

First of all, Rubio’s letter has a big typo in it. I think he meant effective immediately, not effectively immediately. Things get even worse for Marco, when you realize that he just asked for the resignation of someone who doesn’t really exist. That’s right, Rubio is so busy plotting his 2016 presidential campaign that he never bothered to check to see if there actually was an IRS commissioner.



It turns out that the previous IRS commissioner was appointed by Bush, and he resigned last November.

Wait a minute, the IRS scandal that the Republican Party is blaming Obama for happened while a Bush appointee was in charge. This really does keep getting worse for Rubio.

It is impossible to see Sen. Big Gulp as serious presidential material when he and his staff are so sloppy.

The mainstream media has reacted to Rubio’s latest attempt to run with his shoelaces tied together by giving him a free pass. They are pushing the headline that Rubio is calling for the IRS chief to resign, and then mentioning later in their stories that there really is no IRS chief. What they fail to note is that only an idiot who is more concerned with making political hay while the sun is shining would bother to send a letter to the Treasury Secretary that contained typos and was factually inaccurate.


Quoting DSamuels:

Let's see, tonight the acting IRS commissioner resigned.

Now who's the fool? I'll give you a hint, it's NOT Rubio.

I doubt you'll get the right answer.

Quoting sweet-a-kins:

Have another drink fool


True story from our friends at @[479687202044787:274:DeadState].<br />
<br />
Shared at @[108038612554992:274:Americans Against the Tea Party].


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MelanieJK
by Silver Member on May. 15, 2013 at 10:24 PM

 

The leftwing smear folks seem unusually interested in Rubio....    could it be that they're afraid of him?    Using their conservatives are afraid of Hilary logic it would seem so.

DSamuels
by Gold Member on May. 15, 2013 at 10:32 PM
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Yeah, it went right over your head as usual.

In case you missed his press conference tonight, I guess you need to call your buddy Obama and tell him he just accepted the resignation of someone who doesn't exist. 

The typo? First, I doubt Rubio typed it himself. Second, if they ran a spell check, it wouldn't have pointed it out since it is a properly spelled word. Third, I've seen your posts, calling out someone's typo should be the last thing you do, but I'll remember in the future to call you out on each and every one of them. Okay?

Quoting sweet-a-kins:

In a letter to Treasury Sec. Jack Lew, Sen. Rubio (R-FL) wrote, “Furthermore, it is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively (sic) immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.”

First of all, Rubio’s letter has a big typo in it. I think he meant effective immediately, not effectively immediately. Things get even worse for Marco, when you realize that he just asked for the resignation of someone who doesn’t really exist. That’s right, Rubio is so busy plotting his 2016 presidential campaign that he never bothered to check to see if there actually was an IRS commissioner.



It turns out that the previous IRS commissioner was appointed by Bush, and he resigned last November.

Wait a minute, the IRS scandal that the Republican Party is blaming Obama for happened while a Bush appointee was in charge. This really does keep getting worse for Rubio.

It is impossible to see Sen. Big Gulp as serious presidential material when he and his staff are so sloppy.

The mainstream media has reacted to Rubio’s latest attempt to run with his shoelaces tied together by giving him a free pass. They are pushing the headline that Rubio is calling for the IRS chief to resign, and then mentioning later in their stories that there really is no IRS chief. What they fail to note is that only an idiot who is more concerned with making political hay while the sun is shining would bother to send a letter to the Treasury Secretary that contained typos and was factually inaccurate.


Quoting DSamuels:

Let's see, tonight the acting IRS commissioner resigned.

Now who's the fool? I'll give you a hint, it's NOT Rubio.

I doubt you'll get the right answer.

Quoting sweet-a-kins:

Have another drink fool


True story from our friends at @[479687202044787:274:DeadState].<br />
<br />
Shared at @[108038612554992:274:Americans Against the Tea Party].



Della529
by Matlock on May. 15, 2013 at 10:45 PM

He reminds me of "Mikey" in the movie "The Goonies".

 

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