Motley: GOP Not Pushing IRS Probe Because it Dislikes Tea Party

Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 06:34 PM

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There's a reason Republicans are not as gung-ho as they might be on probing the IRS' scrutiny of conservative groups: they dislike one of its targets, the tea party, a Newsmax panel on "The Steve Malzberg Show'' concludes.

"My concern is, and I hate to pick this nit, but I think it’s a pretty big nit, I don't think the leadership of the Republican Party is particularly interested in investigating the IRS scandal," said Seton Motley, founder of Less Government.

"They don't like tea party a whole lot more than Democrats do and this administration does.''

Economist Peter Morici, a professor at the University of Maryland, said that "unfortunately," House Majority Speaker John Boehner and the tea party, "can't get along when they should get along."





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