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‘Cause of Action’ investigates tax exempt status of Obamacare advocacy group ‘Enroll America’

21st Century Wire says…

I’ve got no patience with it. I will not tolerate it.”

Barack Obama said this during the initial wave of IRS misconduct, after it was revealed that both Conservative and Tea Party-related groups were unfairly targeted for their political connections.

Flashing-forward to just this week, Obama was seen trying to deflect from the growing list of scandals labeling them as “Phony” showing the schizoid nature of the politically untouchable…

The non-profit, nonpartisan government accountability group, Cause of Action, is investigating the tax exempt status of Enroll America, a non-profit that has been tasked to push the new health care provisions under the “Affordable Care Act” otherwise known as Obamacare.

According to Cause of Action, Enroll America should not have received tax exempt status due to the potential “conflict of interest” as they look to secure new business for insurance companies.

Dan Epstein,  Executive Director of Cause of Action, further explained the investigation into Enroll America:

An organization that has been granted tax deductible status but is actually depriving the American people of taxable revenue warrants an investigation.”
continuing he added: 

If Enroll America is designed to benefit insurance companies instead of the American public, then its charitable status no longer applies.”

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been under intense scrutiny by the The House Energy and Commerce Committee since the spring for her role in securing donations for Enroll America.

Sebelius  has been linked to a host of controversial healthcare moves, including an over-the-top propaganda campaign to vaccinate children by using Sesame Street’s Elmo.

Committee Chairman Rep. Fred Upton, stated this about the inquiry: “There was a clear insinuation by the administration that the insurers should give financially to the nonprofits.”


IMAGE: Obama with another partner in crime – Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

The IRS has been under an intense investigation after it was revealed that several conservative groups across America were targeted for their political affiliations. This latest revelation of unbalanced political treatment underscores another failure within the taxation system, the very system which is slated to enforce the new health care provision.

How will the IRS be unbiased as the strong-arm of Obamacare, when there have already been so many complaints filed against them ? 

Today it was revealed that more conservative groups have come forward with unfair audit claims, stating they too were targeted unjustly by the IRS.

All this and Obamacare will have their very own “Navigators” to pry with unlimited access into personal information.

How will the IRS use the information compiled by the Obamacare Navigators?

In a recent Forbes article by Matt Kibbe, a contributing of FreedomWorks and Reason  magazine weighed in on a recent proposal by Representative Dave Camp concerning Obamacare:

Rep. Dave Camp, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, proposed that all federal employees be subject to the same exchanges as their constituents. The Michigan Republican recently introduced a bill, H.R. 1780, that would prevent top federal officials, his fellow members of Congress, the president, and his cabinet from exempting themselves and their staffs from provisions in Obama’s Affordable Care Act.”

This begs the question, if Obamacare is so great, why have the political elite given themselves an exemption from it?

Watchdog requests the IRS review of a group that is promoting ObamaCare

The Hill
By Sam Baker

A watchdog group is asking the IRS to review the tax-exempt status of a organization crucial in helping to promote ObamaCare.

Cause of Action has asked the IRS to investigate Enroll America, a nonprofit that is encouraging people to enroll in new coverage options under the healthcare law.  

The watchdog group said Enroll America should not have received tax-exempt status because its work helps secure new customers for insurance companies.

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