Thune: Democrats Move to Double the Size of the IRS, Jeopardize Taxpayers’ Privacy
“Democrats’ reason for this IRS expansion is to raise revenue to help pay for their tax-and-spending spree.”
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) today discussed the Democrats’ desire to double the size of the Internal Revenue Service in order to pay for their reckless tax-and-spending spree. Thune noted that the agency’s poor reputation and mismanagement of taxpayer dollars would further jeopardize the privacy of South Dakotans’ personal information.
8 thoughts on “Thune: Democrats Move to Double the Size of the IRS, Jeopardize Taxpayers’ Privacy”
Everyone knows the best tax is the one someone else pays. What better way to avoid improving tax collection than by continuing to starve the revenue department.
We can thank all the Trump hating Republicans who voted for the dementia-stricken Biden.
Crocodile tears when he and the other reps could have tried to stop this last January. We all knew this is what Biden et al had planned.
woulda coulda shoulda…
Gotta give white-collar criminals peace of mind, as embezzlement, bribery, money laundering, fraud, and identity theft are the crimes Thune couldn’t be softer on. Disgusting.
It’s a shame we don’t have a way to veto or kill the bill in the Senate.
Oh wait, John Thune was responsible for helping remove both of these protections to stop a recent spending spree in an era on the slide to inflationary disaster.
What is this doing to John Thune’s legacy?
Did you happen to catch minute 48 of the Lavin show where he lambastes Thune and Rounds? I mean .. both barrels.
They have both really brought some shade to SD, unfortunately.
His legacy is moving in a Cheney direction.
Democrats also moved to raise the debt ceiling without filibuster. John Thune voted to allow them to do this. Democrats also raised the debt ceiling provision. John Thune voted for that provision as well. It is nice to have at least on Democrat Senator in Congress. Senator Thune has become what we voted Daschle out for.
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