With the plethora of untoward national distractions, one must wonder if there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Regarding the current situation with the nonpolitical/nonpartisan Internal Revenue Service, casual observation of the bevy arrogant and defiant IRS employees and management is a sight to behold despite the glib protestations of President Barack Hussein Obama of "not a smidgen of IRS corruption."
History shows that 40 years ago, an outraged mainstream media scurried to report all of the news - good and bad. President Richard Milhous Nixon, who had many faults, including an attempt to enlist the IRS and CIA to cover up Watergate, displayed true leadership - pono (do what is right) - by placing country above himself and resigned. And, justice being served, several individuals were held accountable for their actions.
Possibly, an unbiased mainstream media may surface during the alleged (and phony) IRS scandal to show, by comparison, that Watergate was a mere afternoon tea party.
Is the United States of America poised for an instant replay of history? Probably not because that requires transparency, facts, truth and accountability as well as true leadership - pono.
Regardless of this bump in the road, this stalwart Republic will re-erect and restore once again despite current efforts of overreaching and thrashing of our Constitution by the very individual who professes to be the authority on said document.
Roger A. Rowehl