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Little Suzie Newsykins:

Yaaaay!  I'm almost out of school . . . and I've got the perfect summer job lined up!

I'm going to be head of the I-R-S "Determinations Unit," which is in charge of determining whether or not a non-profit has to pay taxes!  Heeheehee!

See, the IRS got into trouble recently when they targeted Tea Party and other conservative groups using certain search keywords.  Hmph!

Good thing they didn't just expand the search beyond those little Tea Party groups-- they might've made it harder for billionaires to secretly give money to shadowy non-profits, conservative or liberal!

These non-profits are like super-secret Super PACs-- except they don't have to tell anyone where their money comes from!  And they're not supposed to be political.

(But really lotsa' them are.)

And who's supposed to decide if they really are non-political, non-taxed, non-profits?  The IRS!  Who's of course not supposed to be in the business of politics.

But whatever they did-- it's a covered-up scandal!  

And we've got to find out what Obama knew and when he knew it!  And if he didn't know it, we've got to find out why he didn't know it!

Because he should've  been in the know.  Ya' know?

Ahem.  Soooo . . . these supposedly non-political political groups have been rakin' in the tax-free dough and spending half a billion dollars on political ads!

And now that the IRS is afraid to investigate any of them . . . the billionaires will have the elections to themselves!

So soon, the "Determinations Unit" will be tasked with the job of . . . doing nothing at all.

Which sounds like just the job for me!  Heeheehee!

Originally posted to Comics on Fri May 24, 2013 at 06:50 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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