LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Lawlessness, cover-ups weaken Constitution

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It was the cover-up that brought down the players in the Watergate scandal. The IRS scandal is no different in that it is a deliberate concealment of incriminating evidence. Why else would the IRS and the White House go through such twisted machinations to conceal it?

Numerous scandals, including Benghazi, Fast and Furious, the NSA’s domestic spying, the deceit and corruption in Obamacare, and now the IRS debacle, have been covered up by this administration. It is an obvious abuse of power and an obstruction of justice with the intent of criminal evasion for lawless actions.

The administration’s abuse of power has rendered Congress irrelevant and has weakened the Constitution. Despite all this, our so-called representatives cower at the thought of defending the Constitution. If we continue to do nothing, an oppressive government will prevail, and America will be brought to its knees.


Fairfax Station

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