Why I’m Not a Victim of the IRS Scandal

I’m not a victim.

I am not a whistle-blower.

I don’t care.

I can’t afford to get any more lawyers.

I’m a lawyer, I’m a human being.

But it is a very, very strange situation.

We are a very secretive and opaque organization.

We have a lot of people who have been working on it for years and years and are still trying to figure out what’s going on.

We’ve got to figure it out.

We have no way to know exactly what the IRS is doing.

And there’s no way for us to know who’s doing it.

We just have to trust the system.

And the way we trust the government is to believe that it is acting in good faith.

We trust that they’re not doing this to benefit themselves or any of their employees.

It’s not a conspiracy theory.

I have to be careful what I say about the IRS because there’s a lot going on with the IRS.

There is a lot at stake.

It could be devastating.

There’s a whole bunch of questions that need to be answered.

It may even cost us our jobs.

If you’re a lawyer who’s involved in the civil case of someone who is in jail or on the streets, you know there’s so much money involved.

You’re talking about millions of dollars.

I just think that it’s important to understand the scale of the problem and that the government can’t do this to us.

I’m telling you right now, this is the most sensitive situation that we’ve ever had with the government, because of the size of the cases.

It takes a lot to get a civil case, and they don’t have a way to get these kinds of cases to a jury, which is the best way to hold the government accountable.