Obama’s IRS Nominee Promises to Restore Faith in Taxation Enforcement Agency…(Can’t Be Done!!)
Obama and Senate work together to save government’s confiscatory agency
December 10, 2013
Obama has selected John Koskinen to head up the scandal-ridden Internal Revenue Service. Koskinen, who warms a seat on the board of American Capital and has experience running a government soccer foundation, told the Senate Finance Committee today he will restore faith in the IRS.
“In every area of the IRS, taxpayers need to be confident that they will be treated fairly no matter what their backgrounds or their affiliations,” Koskinen said. “Public trust is the IRS’ most important and valuable asset.”