In an online *article on October 31, 2014, Politico.Com headlined “The Tea Party Isn’t Giving Up Against The IRS, By Mark Meckler, we read how a District of Columbia district court judge, Reggie Walton, dismisses lawsuits protesting the IRS’s targeting of conservatives. But, as Meckler reminds us, the fight will continue.
Judge Walton dismissed almost all counts in two major lawsuits brought by conservative groups against the IRS. We are informed by the author that Walton is an appointee of President George W. Bush, and he asks why the judge would make that decision.
Meckler goes on to say that in a ‘believe it or not’ fashion the judge ruled “that claims for injunctive relief are moot because there is “no reasonable expectation” that the IRS would continue to target conservative organizations based on their viewpoint.”
The judge may honestly believe what he says…
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