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  • "The prevailing conspiracy in this matter is that of the Republicans' desire to stir their base, tie the problem to the White House and keep up this drum beat until the November election," said Rep. Sander M. Levin of Michigan, the ranking Democrat on the committee.

    IRS commish: No apologies for losing Lerner emails →

  • "I don't understand why you are doing this Mr. Chairman," Mr. Levin said in a prepared statement he was unable to deliver. "You have hand selected information that you believe proves your case from the about 700,000 documents provided during this investigation. You have given Members 24 hours to look at it. And, you have not provided them the necessary authority to look at any other documents, beyond what is included in the notebooks, so that members could reach a conclusion on their own."

    IRS employees, offices found where Obama, Democratic support was 'commonplace' →

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