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IRS not only agency in disarray

This is probably the tip of the iceberg ("Report finds disarray at IRS," May 15). Most government employees believe in large government where can you work and get a pension that you do not pay into and have health care that you do not pay into as well as paid vacation, sick time, lots of holidays and never have the department that you work in audited or held accountable for your performance because your union protects you.

I am sure if someone looks deep into other government organizations that they will find that more than the IRS discriminates against conservative groups because we believe in a smaller government.

Joe Heming

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