I was told there would be no math. ~ The IRS
— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) May 10, 2013
Oh dear. First a spokeswoman for the IRS claimed there has been no disciplinary action for the “low-level workers” who targeted conservative groups in 2012. Then she decided, um , wait, no comment. But she wasn’t done yet. She also took the opportunity to completely humiliate herself with this admission: “I’m not good at math.”
The senior IRS official briefing the press just said: "I'm not good at math."
— Zachary Goldfarb (@Goldfarb) May 10, 2013
Evidently she’s not too skilled at being a spokeswoman either.
OH. MY. GOD. RT @hmfearny: Sigh. RT @Goldfarb: The senior IRS official briefing the press just said: "I'm not good at math."
— Mary Chastain (@mchastain81) May 10, 2013
Why not replace IRS employees with the talking Barbie that says #MathIsHard ?
— LMR (@LilMissRightie) May 10, 2013
Looks like we need some immigrants good at math to do jobs the IRS can't do
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) May 10, 2013
Good thing the tax code is simple. #OhWait RT @ByronTau: This actually just happened: IRS administrator says: "I'm not good at math."
— David (@DavidsWriting) May 10, 2013
If I ever get audited by the IRS, I'm going with the "I'm not good at math" defense.
— Ed Frank (@frankstrategies) May 10, 2013
Can I use this next time I'm audited? RT @Goldfarb: The senior IRS official briefing the press just said: "I'm not good at math."
— Paul Singer (@singernews) May 10, 2013
IRS spox who said she wasn't good at math, in fairness, is a lawyer and not an accountant.
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) May 10, 2013
Blah, blah, blah. She’s an IRS spokeswoman and said math is hard. That is all.
Go home IRS spokeswoman, you're drunk.
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) May 10, 2013
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