Lois Lerner, the head of the IRS tax-exempt department, did a bad job overseeing employees and should have immediately told Congress about the targeting of tea party groups, but there is no evidence that the targeting was part of a political conspiracy, wrote Stephen Stromberg of the Washington Post. “Given what we know now, the story that best fits the facts is that IRS employees subordinate to Lerner – in Washington or elsewhere – were involved in some unforgivably stupid behavior, and those above them failed to keep an eye on it,” Stromberg wrote.
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