Several days ago I wrote a post linking to comments by the Commissioner of the IRS predicting a miserable tax filing season coming up because they don’t have enough money to hire enough people to answer the phone. I pointed out that they seem to have enough money to give bonuses of cash and time off to employees who don’t pay their taxes.
I should have also noted that the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, adopted by the IRS less than six months ago, lists as right #2: “The Right to Quality Service.” That promise is no longer operative, I guess.
Some promises seem to have a pretty limited shelf life these days. Or as the Instapundit puts it, they seem to always have an expiration date.
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