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Should the IRS be forced to reimburse taxpayers for the money spent on making videos?


It has been revealed that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service spent thousands of dollars of taxpayer money in making videos for employees. One video was a dance video, two others were parodies, one of Star Trek, the other of Gilligan's Island.Other activities enjoyed by IRS employees have also come to light, such as pricey conventions and bonuses. Do you feel the IRS employees that enjoyed these luxuries and those superiors that ordered/approved them should be forced to reimburse taxpayers?

 
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    Beth Perry (bethperry) 3 years ago

    jdw7979, I really wish I could choose two Best comments, because yours would be one of them. Thanks much for saying the plain truth!


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