Obama starts counter punching by knocking out the IRS commish and releasing Benghazi emails that show U.S. intelligence is not smarter than the average bear

With things getting so hot within the White House that the silverware is melting, and don’t you just hate when that happens?, Barack Obama started firing back.

Granted, so did Davy Crockett at the Alamo and what good did that do him?

Steve Miller, the acting IRS commissioner, was forced to resign today after the agency was found to have inappropriately targeted conservative groups’ applications for tax-exempt status.

I guess he will return to fronting the Steve Miller Band.

Obama said he was angry and would not tolerate that kind of behavior. He stopped short of saying that henceforth in protest he will never again file his personal income taxes.

On the Benghazi front, the Obama administration belatedly tried to convince the media that it really is open and transparent by releasing more than 100 pages of emails this afternoon in a bid to quell critics who claim that Obama and his aides played politics with national security following the deadly attack.

The administration early on insisted that the attack was the result of a spontaneous demonstration over an anti-Muslim film that was produced in the United States, a movie so minor that not even Joan Rivers appeared on the red carpet at its premiere.

What the emails reveal is that our intelligence community is not very intelligent. In fact, these folks evidently have to be briefed every morning on how to eat their cornflakes.

Four days after the 9/11 anniversary attacks in Benghazi, the U.S. intelligence community knew very little about who did it, how it happened, and whether it was planned or not.

That undoubtedly will help you sleep well tonight.


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