You can’t take your eyes off these devious swine for a second:
A new bill passed by the Democrat controlled Senate and now headed to the House would give the IRS broad new powers that watchdogs say include revoking gun rights and passports.
The bill, S.1813, is a reauthorization of the federal highway aid, safety, and construction program. But Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-NV, and Senator Barbara Boxer, D-CA, added a major provision to the bill regarding the IRS.
The two Senators apparently want the IRS to have the power to revoke the gun rights of citizens and their right to travel if they owe more than $50,000 in back taxes.
But the problem is that the IRS would not be required to prove that a citizen owes $50,000. All it would take is for the IRS to accuse a citizen of owing that amount. Watchdogs say IRS to revoke gun rights and passports
Just this one provision of the Desert Rat’s—which, of course, has nothing whatsoever to do with federal highways—would seem to violate at least half of the protections guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, but what the heck, that’s never stopped the Democrats before. As San Fran Nan herself once said regarding Constitutional limits to Congressional authority:
“Are you kidding? Are you kidding?”