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> From: [email protected]
> Date: Mon, 22 Sep 1997 02:31:12 -0400
> Subject: irs_1.html
> "These people have horrendous power, granted by (Congress)...it's
> legitimate, but that's a big amount of power," a committee source, who
> spoke on condition of anonymity, said.
> "To be able to take a residence on nothing more than a couple of
> signatures," the source said, referring to the IRS's authority to
> confiscate cars, homes and other property from people who owe taxes.
> An IRS spokesman said the agency carried out the law as written by
> Congress and that if mistakes were made, it tried to correct them.
> "We deal with millions of taxpayers every year, and in the vast
> majority of cases taxpayers feel that they are treated courteously and
> professionally," he added.
Talk about clueless....
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