In recent weeks, the White House has been under siege from all sides for its stewardship of the nation’s executive authority. The Obama administration has been accused of eavesdropping on journalists, of unfairly targeting conservative nonprofits, and of botching (and belatedly trying to cover up) national security crises.
The newly released IRS dance video has already begun to raise the disgust for the IRS to a whole new level. This time the heat is coming down on the agency not for despotically targeting groups and individuals who oppose the president’s ideology, but for getting its groove on to the “Cupid Shuffle” on the taxpayers’ dime.
Last week, I wrote on the Tea Party experiencing an increase of support in the wake of the IRS scandal, but now AEI has jumped on board as well.
Although it is terribly normal for Americans to be disengaged from the latest Obama scandals, unfortunately there is a clear partisan divide. One must wonder if we are not seeing either a selective hearing or selective answering phenomena in the study conducted by Pew Research.
Commentary From the Blogger: In my latest column, I discussed the transformation of the American political ideology of Reagan conservatism, which is one of skepticism toward government, to the modern Obama progressivism that is far less understanding of the nature of government. Perhaps, I am correct in my assumption that Americans can in fact reach a critical mass.
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