Hypocrite IRS Union That Wants To Force All OTHER Americans To Purchase ObamaCare Demands Opt-Out FROM ObamaCare

The dishonesty, hypocrisy and arrogance of the government elite class stands fully revealed.

What was ObamaCare ever about?  It was all about making massive, all-powerful, all-controlling liberal fascist government even more massive and even more powerful and give it even more control over every detail of the peoples’ lives.  Before the beast of the Book of Revelation comes to finish the government-as-god job Obama started.

Obama wanted one nation, under Government.  And liberals crawled from every corner to help him attain that.  ObamaCare is a mess (even DEMOCRATS know that!) and everybody knows that it is a complete disaster.  But health care was never their goal; control was their goal and they got what they wanted.

So now the union that represents the IRS – and which overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama AND his demonic ObamaCare takeover of our health care system – demands that they not be held accountable to the stinking pile of ObamaCare “train wreck” that they massively grew to impose on all other Americans.

Let’s get this straight: this is an INCREDIBLY partisan union that overwhelmingly supported Obama in 2008 and again in 2012:

As the Washington Examiner’s Tim Carney and others have pointed out, the agency’s employees are heavily engaged in politics and lean considerably to the left. Records show that IRS employees in 2012 donated more than twice as much to the Obama as to the Romney campaign. Nearly two-thirds of all employee contributions over the last three elections cycles have gone to Democrats.

Sweetness and Light reports the press releases of this heavily partisan and biased union for heavily partisan and biased IRS employees.  This is a group of people who worshiped Obama and took his mark on their right hands or their foreheads.  But they won’t accept the signature achievement of the turd they supported.  Because that’s fecal matter that only LITTLE PEOPLE should have to be forced to eat.

Here’s the story from Forbes:

7/26/2013 @ 10:55AM |76,660 views
IRS Employees Union Is ‘Very Concerned’ About Being Required To Enroll In Obamacare’s Health Insurance Exchanges
Avik Roy Avik Roy, Contributor

In the private sector, many workers are concerned about losing their employer-sponsored health insurance coverage, and being dumped into Obamacare’s subsidized insurance exchanges. Two weeks ago, representatives of three large labor unions fired off a harsh letter to Democratic leaders in Congress, complaining that Obamacare would “shatter…our hard-earned health benefits” and create “nightmare scenarios” for their members. Today, we learn that the National Treasury Employees Union—the union that includes employees of the Internal Revenue Service—is asking its members to write letters to their Congressmen, stating that they are “very concerned” about legislative efforts requiring IRS and Treasury employees to enroll in the Obamacare exchanges.

“I am a federal employee and one of your constituents,” the letter begins. “I am very concerned about legislation that has been introduced by Congressman Dave Camp to push federal employees out of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) and into the insurance exchanges established under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).”

Rep. Dave Camp (R., Mich.), the representative referred to in the letter, is chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, the committee in the House that is responsible for tax legislation. (Obamacare’s insurance subsidies are technically tax credits.) In April, Camp introduced legislation to put all federal employees on the exchanges, in response to reports that members of Congress and their staff were seeking an exemption from the provision in Obamacare that requires them to enroll in the exchanges.

“If the ObamaCare exchanges are good enough for the hardworking Americans and small businesses the law claims to help, then they should be good enough for the president, vice president, Congress, and federal employees,” said Camp’s spokeswoman in a statement at the time.

There is one legitimate issue regarding members of Congress and their staff enrolling in the exchanges. Today, federal employees are offered subsidies, or vouchers, which they can use to shop for insurance on the popular federal employees’ exchange, called the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program. Because Obamacare was drafted so hastily, it’s not clear whether the law allows similar subsidies to flow to federal employees on the Obamacare exchanges.

We’re still awaiting a ruling from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management on that front. For inexplicable reasons, OPM has not clarified whether or not the government will be allowed to funnel subsidies through the Obamacare exchanges.

Nonetheless, it would be a very good thing for some federal employees to eat their own cooking, especially those who work for Congress, the IRS and the Department of Health and Human Services. They’re the ones who are writing the Obamacare regulations; they’re the ones who, in many cases, wrote the law itself. The IRS enforces Obamacare’s individual mandate and eligibility for the exchange subsidies, among other provisions.

They should be required to enroll in the same Obamacare exchanges that tens of millions of private citizens will have to. They should have to experience the same premium increases and limited flexibility that other Americans will endure there. Maybe then, we’ll start to build a constituency for market-based reform.

Here’s what the NTEU (The National Treasury Employees Union that represents the IRS employees who savagely and fascistically targeted Obama’s political enemies said of their efforts for their messiah Obama:

Press Release
NTEU Leader Applauds Obama Victory; Turns Immediate Focus to Upcoming Lame-Duck Session
Wednesday, November 7 2012

Washington, D.C.—The leader of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU) today applauded the re-election of President Barack Obama.

“NTEU supported the re-election of President Obama as being in the best interests of our country and of the dedicated men and women of the federal workforce,” said NTEU President Colleen M. Kelley. “NTEU is also pleased that so many of our candidates for Senate seats and our staunchest supporters in the House won their races.”

NTEU’s efforts on behalf of President Obama and key candidates spanned the country. “Our 2012 election plan has been in place since the beginning of the year,” said President Kelley. “Many chapters and members were actively involved educating and organizing various types of activities around the country including candidate nights and volunteering for campaigns.”

NTEU’s efforts focused on battleground states where races for the presidency, Senate and House seats were competitive and where the union has substantial numbers of NTEU members including Virginia, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana.

In the days before the election, NTEU members volunteered for phone-banking and canvassing, with a particular focus on contacting other NTEU members and urging them to vote for candidates who support federal employees and federal employee issues.

“Federal employees heard our message loud and clear that everything about the lives of the federal workforce is determined by those elected to office,” said Kelley.

Unlike his opponent in the presidential election, Kelley said, the president is keenly aware of the risks to the effective delivery of vital government services posed by proposals to sharply reduce the federal workforce and cut the budgets of federal agencies.

“In a very real sense, these are make-or-break issues for our country,” Kelley said. “Federal agencies simply must have the resources and personnel they need to carry out their missions,” she added, noting the effective work of the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the wake of the storm that battered the east coast in late October.

Of course, these dishonest government cockroaches who want to impose by raw government power that which they arrogantly and hypocritically refuse for themselves doesn’t mention that part of their electioneering activities for their messiah included targeting Republican candidates, Romney campaign donors, more than 500 conservative and Tea Party groups, Christian organizations, Pro-Israel Jewish organizations, and pretty much anybody who didn’t worship their messiah Obama.  If you don’t believe that Obama sicked the Internal Revenge Service on these groups out of pure partisan hatred, you are pathetically stupid and please don’t waste my time with your idiocy.

They also dishonestly failed to mention that “candidates who support federal employees and federal employee issues” wanted ObamaCare – which they now say is evil.  Nor do they want the government “to carry out their missions” of imposing that evil, demonic ObamaCare on the unions that so ardently worshiped Obama and helped impose his evil agenda on the rest of America.

These people are roaches crawling on the most rancid dung pile.  They are from the government, and they are here to hurt you.

This is the essence of liberal socialism: they use other people’s money to impose other people’s healthcare on other people – as long as they be exempted from what they want to impose on other people.

Pardon my language here, but this is the bottom line: you people who cooked this vile shit up, you need to eat it too.

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9 Responses to “Hypocrite IRS Union That Wants To Force All OTHER Americans To Purchase ObamaCare Demands Opt-Out FROM ObamaCare”

  1. AKA John Galt Says:

    Reblogged this on U.S. Constitutional Free Press.

  2. truthunites Says:

    Liberal Pharisees. Jesus condemned the Pharisees.

  3. Michael Eden Says:


    I’d say that the SADDUCEES (whom Jesus very much ALSO condemned) were more like our liberals. They were the big government secularists of the day.

    What I find interesting is the connection (and that Boston terrorist punk being romanticized on the cover of liberal Rolling Stone is an example of this) is the link between the Taliban-Muslim-jihadist-fanatic types and LIBERALS.

    Both want complete control of the government. Both want to use raw government power to impose their will on the people. Both are rabidly intolerant of any opposition (examples including the food and soda bans the left loves so much along with the incredibly harsh attacks against those who believe that marriage is the union between one man and one woman). The rest of it (using God versus making the STATE God) is merely a means to an end.

    In the end, the Pharsisees and the Sadducees were willing to become partners against Jesus. In doing so, they proved that they were both very much the same. Much the way the most rabid elements of both the Taliban and the left would gladly join forces to destroy the Judeo-Christian Tea Party/conservatives today.

  4. Dog Walker Says:

    I am going to look kind of ugly when I make the remark I have pertaining to your IRS union article. Familial loyalty… you got to be loyal to your family members to be able to make any claim to humanness right? But it is family members that that really give us the insight of what the inner workings of our society and institutions are all about. I mean you can hear something from a family member that you will never hear from a propogandist or a Journalist. Therein lies the greatest insight.

    I kind of told you elements of this story before. My sister is a member of that Union. First off I think I will say something on the upside. Those IRS guys pay into Social Security. You talk about “tax collectors” getting exempted from ObamaCare. My big peeve is Tax Collectors getting exempted from Social Security. But at least IRS doesn’t violate my principle of “equal taxation” on that level.

    I come from a long line of Democrats. My pa was a Union president. My brother is a die hard union man. My sister is a union tax collector. In principle, other than Public Sector, I am not opposed to unions. In reality I have a different story.

    First story is my sister.

    Guess what she did before she became an IRS employee? She worked in the mortgage business. Essentially her job was to sell mortgages to investors. Yeah. You know when. Part and parcel with that of course was the misrepresenting of the quality of those mortgages. She straight up admits it but she exculpates herself by way of, well, she was forced to do it. She had to do it in order to keep her job.

    But in my mind I have trouble with a fundamental degree of separation from…um, you got money to do it. You took money for doing it. You knew you were doing something wrong, immoral or unethical yet you excuse yourself because you had to do it to keep your job? Keep the money?

    It was big money.

    Somehow I am incredulous. I have quit jobs before when I figured I was involved with people who were making money by way of an exploitation. Am I sanctimonious in expecting someone to be satisfied with less money and to subsist in a world of practical honor.

    The irony of the story. You will never be able to convince my sister that it wasn’t Bush who ruined the economy.

  5. truthunites Says:

    Hi Mike,

    In this particular case, I think the liberals are more like pharisees. #1, They’re hypocrites. #2, they put heavy burdens on others that they themselves are unwilling to shoulder.

  6. Michael Eden Says:


    Those are pretty good points.

    You point out that Pharisees were hypocrites who put heavy burdens on others that they themselves were unwilling to shoulder. I pointed out that Sadducees were secular humanist worshipers of big tyrannous government.

    You know what I think after considering both Sadducees and Pharisees in light of modern progressive liberalism?

    I think the liberals of today actually manage to pull of the very worst of BOTH the Sadducees AND the Pharisees. They are like the “greatest hits” of everything Jesus stood against and condemned.

  7. truthunites Says:

    “First story is my sister.”

    Are there more good stories, Mr. Walker?

  8. Dog Walker Says:

    There are more good stories. I get to looking at your blog readership. There are like international guys reading this blog. I can communicate without using profanity. Small step, giant leap eh? But this is a serious blog. In one of your remarks you mention “it is not about me.” I think about Journalism in that context. So I ain’t much of a journalist. You do pretty well.

    But hey, I can talk about me and what I see. My brother is a die hard union man. I can tell you about his perspective.

    I gotta do it on the back pages of your blog though. Put another couple on top of this one and I’ll give you some more insight.

  9. Dog Walker Says:

    Mr. TruthUnites,

    More good stories…. Sorry Mr. TruthUnites. I replied to your question thinking you were Mr. Eden. So if it seemed incoherent, well yeah, it was.

    My father was a union man. I like to think that he had a spec of integrity and that he imbued a bit onto me. I think he raised me up good and that in those days the unions were good or at least not as bad.

    Heh, one time, when i was a kid, I had a job at Shakey’s. Remember Shakey’s?

    I wasn’t particularly interested in or dedicated to the work. My performance more or less showed it. And of course I didn’t get along with my boss.

    Well one day my boss and I had it out. He gave me what for, I told him where to go. This was only like a few hours after I had been paid, so me and the guy agreed that I would settle for a couple of pizzas to square out whatever he owed me. I figure he got the short end of it on that deal and pretty much my whole employ.

    Well, I told my dad about the pizzas anyway. And either I didn’t tell it quite right or he took it all wrong… so my dad picks up the labor flag for me goes into a big ol’ huff. Dad insisted that that guy owed me cash money for every minute that I worked. I think that is true… but it ain’t so cut and dried. I don’t think I misrepresented the quality of my work to my father.

    So dad drags me down there and upbraids that guy. Dad was ready and willing to fight. I was embarrassed as hell on one hand. My dad would go to those lengths over a couple hours of my flaccid labor. Dang! I am kind of proud that my dad would fight for me … but that all turns kind of weird when you think about parents that enable their kids… in their societal dysfunctions.

    My brother… My brother is a union man in the same union my father spent his life in. He hates his bosses and supposes that they are Communists. Pretty weird. I happen to know that they are the very definition of Capitalists, but my brother didn’t graduate high school so I guess the subtlety of that is lost on him.

    The reason he hates his bosses is because they make him carry one of them GPS phone computer tracking things. You seen them. UPS has got them as part of their tracking system.

    Well, to me it is obvious why they have them. My brother runs a service route for complicated transportation machinery. He is expensive labor as in upwards of six figs annual. Hi billing rate is like 250 per hour. Of course that includes overhead. These guys are expensive so it is important to the managers that the service contracts are satisfied.

    Previously managers were up against service guys taking off in the middle of the afternoon to pick up their kids from school. At 250 dollars per hour, as a customer, I don’t want to pay for that. Not only that, after picking up the kids my bro would spend the afternoon in kind of a slack mode lounging about the house for like a second lunch.

    But hey, we shouldn’t quibble over a couple of hours per day of slack time for the guys right? Get this… the service contract specifies preventative maintenance. That maintenance is supposed to keep the stuff from breaking. When it breaks guess what? The guys dearly love to go “after hours” to fix it.

    So, on shift that is for picking up the kids. After hours that’s for overtime! You think that guy is expensive regular time. Try calculating and paying his overtime!

    Did I say picking up the kids. One time my bro painted his house while he was on the clock.

    Be nice to your brother… be nice to your brother…
    My brother’s body is wearing down. It is hard to imagine that it wore out because of the work he done. Possible I suppose.

    I have always suggested to him that he should hire a helper. Nothing doing. He ain’t gonna part with any portion of his scale and there ain’t no way the contracts can bear up under any additional expense.

    I briefly entertained going in competition with these guys as non-union company. Guess what? To buy parts for this specialized equipment your name has to be on a list. To be on the list, you have to be not only a journeyman, but you have to have been one for a minimum number of years. There ain’t no non union competition.

    So they got GPS tracking on the guys and the guys figure their bosses for Communists. Heh!

    Weird eh?

    I don’t know. I am looking uglier by the minute. I better stay away from mirrors today.

    I got a lot of resentment against my brother. You can suppose it is jealousy if you want.

    Every time I have ever talked to my brother… every conversation… he has boasted of his money. He spends more on his family’s cell service than a similar sized family spends on food.

    He gets raises in increments of minimum wage. In other words he gets a raise, it is 8 bucks an hour.

    Oh, and for all that, while running his service route he come up with the idea that he could run a side business. So while he is out supposedly fixing your machine he is peeling off “a bit” of time to run his sideline.

    His “sideline” came with startup costs and operating expenses. Guess what? It or he went bankrupt. So here is this guy who makes more money than you can imagine… goes bankrupt. As in he don’t gotta pay his creditors. Pretty weird eh? And he still brags about his money.

    How is that for a story?

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