The Republicans, it must be said, are deeply guilty of this travesty as well, although they have, as usual, outwitted and outwitted the clumsy and out of touch Democrats to take the brunt of the anger. It was the Republicans, let us remember, who rejected a provision in an earlier version of the bill that would have increased the IRS execution budget. This would have made it easier for the agency to investigate the high-end tax cheats that really matter. According to the Congressional Budget Office, it would have brought in about $ 2.50 for every dollar the IRS increased budget, without sweeping away new supervisory powers.
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